Watch Guide: 2019 City of Jesolo Trophy Gymnastics Competition

The 2019 City of Jesolo Trophy gymnastics competition will be held March 2-3 in Lido di Jesolo, Italy. Top international elites will gather, many making their 2019 debuts.

Once again, FloGymnastics will be bringing you exclusive coverage of training leading up to the competition, as well as live and on-demand coverage of the meet! Fans located in Italy can watch the competition through Volare, but for the rest of the world, the competition will only be available right here on FloGymnastics!

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Feb. 27-March 1


Saturday, March 2

9:30 a.m.: Junior individual all-around final, team final and individual event finals qualifications

4 p.m.: Senior individual all-around final, team final and individual event finals qualifications

Sunday, March 3

2 p.m.: Junior and senior event finals

*all times local to Jesolo (GMT+1)

Video Coverage

We will be filming and posting videos on our site for on-demand viewing on training days Feb. 27-28. 

For the official training day on Friday, March 1, we will have a live stream per each apparatus, and videos will be archived on our site for on-demand viewing. 

For the competition days on Saturday and Sunday, March 2-3, there will be a live stream for each apparatus as well as FloZone, our highlight stream with commentary. Individual routines and the full-event replay will be archived on our site for on-demand viewing.


Eight countries are expected to attend this top-level competition. View the rosters here, but note that they are nominative and subject to change.


Junior and Senior Individual All-Around Competition (March 2)

All gymnasts compete for the individual title.

Junior and Senior Team Competition (March 2)

Four gymnasts are allowed on each country's team. All four gymnasts are allowed to compete on each event and the top three scores on each event will count toward the team score. If a country is sending more than four seniors, they must designate the four who make up their team and the other individuals may compete for the all-around title.

Event Finals (March 3)

The top eight gymnasts per event (with a maximum of two gymnasts per country) qualify to event finals. For the event finals competition, senior gymnasts will start on vault and junior gymnasts will start on beam.

Live Scores

The Italian Gymnastics Federation will have live scoring and the link will be posted here once available.

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