Event Finals Qualifiers - 2018 Junior Pan American Championships

Below are the gymnasts who qualified for the individual event finals at the 2018 Junior Pan American Championships, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The finals will be held Friday, June 15. The top eight gymnasts on each event, with a maximum of two gymnasts per country, qualify for event finals. 


1. Tori Tatum, USA - 14.45

2. Leanne Wong, USA - 14.075

3. Hillary Heron Soto, PAN - 13.6

4. Sabrina Cortes Medrano, COL - 13.575

5. Mia St. Pierre, CAN - 13.4

6. Luisa Sa Silva, BRA - 13.275

7. Imogen Paterson, CAN - 13.25

8. Luna Fernandez, ARG - 12.975

*Jordan Bowers scored a 14.05 but does not qualify for finals due to the two per country rule.


1. Jordan Bowers, USA - 13.7

2. Zoe Allaire-Bourgie, CAN - 13.6

3. Leanne Wong, USA - 13.15

4. Olivia Araujo Bagu, ARG - 12.4

5. Imogen Paterson, CAN - 12.1

6. Paulina Vargas Facio, MEX - 11.65

7. Abigail Magistrati, ARG - 11.65

8. Christal Silva E Bezerra, BRA - 11.55

*JaFree Scott scored a 12.8, Tori Tatum a 12.7, and Emma Spence a 12.1 but did not qualify due to the two per country rule.


1. Leanne Wong, USA - 13.7

2. Jordan Bowers, USA - 13.2

3. Zoe Allaire-Bourgie, CAN - 13.15

4. Emma Spence, CAN - 12.95

5. Ana Luiza Araujo Dos Santos, BRA - 12.75

6. Louise Lopez Sanchez, MEX - 12.65

7. Abigail Magistrati, ARG - 12.6

8. Luisa Da Silva, BRA - 12.3

*JaFree Scott scored a 12.55 and Imogen Paterson scored a 12.4 but did not qualify due to the two per country rule.


1. Jordan Bowers, USA - 13.2

2. Zoe Allaire-Bourgie, CAN - 13.1

3. Tori Tatum, USA - 12.8

4. Paulina Vargas Facio, MEX - 12.5

5. Luna Fernandez, ARG - 12.45

6. Mia St. Pierre, CAN - 12.4

7. Daniela Briceno Nieves, MEX - 12.15

8. Brisa Carraro, ARG - 12.1

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Dear USA Gymnastics Community:I am writing to tell you that USA Gymnastics President and CEO Kerry Perry informed our Board of Directors last night that she will resign effective immediately. On behalf of the board, I want to thank Kerry for her leadership under very difficult circumstances. As you know, USA Gymnastics has been in the midst of a difficult and painful transition to ensure that the safety and interests of our athletes remain at the heart of our mission. While much as been accomplished over the past several months to stabilize the organization, we still face tremendous challenges as we all work to achieve fundamental changes to move our sport forward. We look forward to bringing in new leadership to build on the progress to date, and the board will immediately begin the search for an interim CEO. In the meantime, it has established a management committee to provide organizational oversight to maintain continuity in the day-to-day operations until an interim CEO is named. Additionally, the board is in the process of forming a search committee made up of board members, as well as athletes and others from the gymnastics and NGB community, to find our next permanent leader. Board member and Olympian Brent Lang, president and CEO of Vocera, will chair the committee. We will keep you informed as we work through our urgent leadership issues. I want to assure you that this board is determined to take the necessary steps to support a safe and competitive environment where every athlete can grow, learn life lessons, have fun and succeed. We know the last few years have been very difficult for everyone involved with USA Gymnastics, and we thank you for your patience and support through these challenging days. The athletes, parents, coaches, judges, volunteers, gym owners and USA Gymnastics staff are the heart and soul of USA Gymnastics, and we will do everything in our power to ensure that our athletes and everyone involved with our great sport and movement achieve their fullest potential. Sincerely,Karen GolzChair, Board of DirectorsUSA Gymnastics