National Team Rankings – June 2018

How It Works
Taking into account all scores recorded at competitions in the last six months, each nation is given a team total based on how its best-scoring group of five senior gymnasts would do in a hypothetical 3-up, 3-count team final.

Each individual’s best scores may come from any official competition (they need not all be from the same meet), and whichever group of five gymnasts would produce the highest score is the one selected.

Countries that have not shown enough senior routines in the last six months to fill a 3-up, 3-count team on each event are not included.

Rankings will be updated on the first of each month, and scores will expire after six months in order to provide the most up-to-date snapshot of where nations are at the current moment. The current rankings include only scores from December 2017–May 2018.

Leaving the rankings this month were Ukraine, Poland, and the Dominican Republic temporarily without three scores on each event in the last six months. (Ukraine would be ranked #36 even without the full complement of routines, but has only two bars scores in the last six months.) Rejoining the rankings this month were Denmark, Slovenia, Ireland, Taiwan, and Greece, and joining for the first time were Algeria and Namibia following the African Championship.

Last month’s ranking is in parentheses.

Previous rankings
May 2018
April 2018
March 2018
February 2018
January 2018
December 2017

 

1. (2) UNITED STATES – 172.184
Ragan Smith 13.800 14.567 14.200 12.933
Morgan Hurd 14.650 14.600 13.800 14.033
Jordan Chiles 14.700 13.750 13.300 13.650
Kara Eaker 13.350 12.250 15.100 13.550
Emma Malabuyo 14.467 13.267 14.300 14.167

172.184

43.817 42.917 43.600 41.850
The US regains the top spot this month and increases its overall total by a few tenths because of the massive beam score for Eaker at the elite qualifier. It’s a number so much higher than what anyone else has right now that it gets her right into the best-scoring five. Also, it’s hard not to start playing “if you put Simone in” with this US team… (Note: replacing Jordan Chiles with Marz Frazier in the above team yields the exact same score.)
2. (1) RUSSIA – 171.347
Viktoria Komova 14.400 14.533 13.366 13.666
Angelina Melnikova 14.633 14.666 14.033 14.500
Varvara Zubova 13.167 12.700 14.250 13.600
Angelina Simakova 14.833 13.900 13.066 13.833
Irina Alexeeva 13.800 14.250 13.650 13.766
171.347 43.866 43.449 41.933 42.099
Russia lost some significant ground this time around because Kharenkova hasn’t put up a usable beam score in the last six months, and no comparable scores have emerged to replace that. Her spot instead goes to Alexeeva, though you could put Ilyankova in that position for the exact same total and Mustafina in for just .001 lower. June brings Russian Cup, so expect some new fancy numbers to appear next time we do this. Those Zubova and Alexeeva spots will likely default to whoever has the best Russian Cup, though Mustafina’s injury continues to complicate things since it really should be her in one of those spots.
3. (4) CANADA – 170.984
Brooklyn Moors 14.100 12.534 13.767 14.600
Shallon Olsen 14.900 12.700 13.200 13.800
Brittany Rogers 14.550 14.200 12.250 0.000
Ana Padurariu 11.850 14.267 14.234 13.734
Ellie Black 14.400 14.400 14.033 13.833
170.984 43.850 42.867 42.034 42.233
So yeah, this is happening. Ellie Black’s massive scores from the Canadian Championship have elevated Canada to third in the rankings. The thing is, some of these scores are absolutely fictional, but no more fictional than scores on here from most of the other top countries. In reviewing the Canadian Championship, I floated the Rogers conundrum for Canada when it comes to team selection, and right now, the Rogers team outscores the Onyshko team by about two tenths overall.
4. (3) JAPAN – 170.797
Asuka Teramoto 14.633 13.866 13.600 13.566
Mai Murakami 14.800 13.866 13.600 14.766
Kiko Kuwajima 14.366 12.750 14.500 12.500
Sae Miyakawa 15.000 12.033 11.700 14.000
Hitomi Hatakeda 14.266 14.400 13.800 13.400
170.797 44.433 42.132 41.900 42.332
Despite enjoying the opportunity of the NHK Cup to record some new scores in May, Japan dropped a little ground this month as some of the more fanciful numbers from last November’s team championship dropped off the rankings. As mentioned in previous editions, the Kuwajima beam score from WOGA Classic is keeping her in the five, but that’s probably Sugihara’s spot in real life to round out Japan’s most competitive team.
5. (9) CHINA – 170.666
Chen Yile 13.700 14.400 15.000 13.300
Lyu Jiaqi 0.000 14.833 12.933 0.000
Zhang Jin 14.550 12.466 14.500 13.300
Liu Tingting 13.550 14.550 14.600 0.000
Liu Jinru 14.400 12.150 10.350 13.533
170.666 42.650 43.783 44.100 40.133
China used the opportunity of Chinese Championships to pick itself back up to a more realistic ranking and nestle in with Japan and Canada, but boy is floor still a concern this year if China is going to find its way onto a podium at worlds.
6. (5) FRANCE – 169.715
M De Jesus Dos Santos 14.600 14.533 13.933 14.200
Lorette Charpy 13.800 13.900 14.000 13.550
Marine Boyer 14.000 13.100 14.200 13.650
Juliette Bossu 0.000 14.600 0.000 12.933
Coline Devillard 14.550 11.850 12.200 12.650
169.715 43.150 43.033 42.133 41.400
France drops a spot in the rankings this month because China pulled itself back together, but France also increased its total by a full point after the showing at the French Championship. That creates some actual distance between France and the remaining challengers. Depending on who GB and Germany are able to get healthy, France is looking more and more like a team podium threat at Euros.
7. (6) GREAT BRITAIN – 167.400
Amy Tinkler 14.700 13.700 13.200 13.850
Taeja James 13.900 13.000 12.750 14.100
Lucy Stanhope 14.700 12.100 13.050 12.700
Georgia-Mae Fenton 14.050 14.600 13.800 12.500
Alice Kinsella 14.300 13.600 13.700 13.150
167.400 43.700 41.900 40.700 41.100
8. (13) AUSTRALIA – 166.475
Emily Whitehead 14.350 13.650 13.100 13.250
Alexandra Eade 0.000 0.000 11.566 13.500
Talia Folino 14.300 13.775 13.175 12.750
Georgia Godwin 14.000 14.575 13.625 14.525
Rianna Mizzen 13.950 14.300 12.675 12.775
166.475 42.650 42.650 39.900 41.275
The disclaimer about Australia’s numbers here is that I typically remove internal D-score bonuses from scores, but the non-vault bonuses at Australian Championships were not noted separately in the results. So, those scores are here as is, and some of them might be a little Romanian Nationals. They still represent a significant step up for Australia.
9. (7) GERMANY – 164.999
Kim Bui 13.850 14.500 12.750 12.800
Tabea Alt 14.100 13.750 13.100 12.800
Leah Griesser 0.000 13.400 13.750 12.800
Sarah Voss 14.600 13.333 13.750 13.033
Elisabeth Seitz 13.600 14.800 12.000 12.966
164.999 42.550 43.050 40.600 38.799
Germany lost some ground as the absences of Alt, Schaefer, and Griesser in recent months are beginning to catch up with the team. Those three haven’t recorded competitive scores in a while, and most of the scores they do have come from December’s Bundesliga Final. Things are going to get a little interesting for Germany now as we move toward a Seitz-less Euros.
10. (12) BRAZIL – 163.667
Lorrane Oliveira 13.400 13.267 12.233 12.233
Flavia Saraiva 14.467 13.600 13.867 13.900
Maria Franca 0.000 0.000 13.267 12.325
Jade Barbosa 14.333 13.600 13.233 13.033
Carolyne Pedro 13.900 13.067 12.467 13.200
163.667 42.700 40.467 40.367 40.133
Huge bars and beam scores from Saraiva at the South American Games have allowed Brazil to jump up a couple spots to a ranking that begins to more accurately reflect where this team can be when all of the top contenders are healthy together.
11. (11) ITALY – 163.583
Giada Grisetti 14.100 13.700 12.450 12.200
Desiree Carofiglio 14.367 13.650 12.800 13.900
Elisa Meneghini 13.850 13.000 12.900 13.466
Clara Colombo 13.600 13.750 12.950 13.150
Lara Mori 13.650 13.250 13.200 13.750
163.583 42.317 41.100 39.050 41.116
12. (10) BELGIUM – 163.416
Axelle Klinckaert 14.000 13.200 12.500 13.333
Nina Derwael 13.600 15.350 13.500 13.000
Maellyse Brassart 14.100 13.000 10.450 11.900
Rune Hermans 0.000 13.833 13.200 13.500
Senna Deriks 13.900 13.000 11.350 12.650
163.416 42.000 42.383 39.200 39.833
13. (16) HUNGARY – 159.066
Zsofia Kovacs 13.800 13.900 13.900 13.000
Sara Peter 13.600 11.700 13.000 12.400
Noemi Makra 13.200 13.100 10.300 11.800
Boglarka Devai 14.000 0.000 11.700 12.033
Nora Feher 12.650 12.650 13.066 12.650
159.066 41.400 39.650 39.966 38.050
The veterans were good to Hungary in May. The return of something beginning to resemble a full-strength Kovacs bolstered the totals across all four events, and the comeback of Noemi Makra brought quite a necessary bars score to get her into Hungary’s top five. An actual team selection decision will have to be made this year when it comes to this group of five versus another competitive veteran who had a good May, Dorina Boczogo.
14. (20) ROMANIA – 157.516
Denisa Golgota 14.467 12.300 12.600 13.500
Carmen Ghiciuc 13.450 12.600 13.350 12.100
Carmen Glavan 13.400 11.050 13.200 12.200
Anamaria Ocolisan 13.650 12.250 11.800 12.866
Nica Ivanus 13.633 10.500 12.800 12.900
157.516 41.750 37.150 39.350 39.266
Romania does love an internal competition. May’s internal friendly against Finland provided an opportunity to hand out some 13s but also show that Romania is still somewhat in the vicinity of being a real team. The expectations have had to be adjusted quite a bit, but there’s no reason to think of Romania as just a team of 11s right now. Other than on bars. It’s still a semi-top, second-tier country.
15. (17) ARGENTINA – 157.225
Ayelen Tarabini 13.400 12.800 12.725 12.925
Augustina Pisos 13.167 13.100 13.050 11.933
Camila Bonzo 13.067 12.633 0.000 12.300
Matina Dominici 14.450 13.300 12.675 13.100
Mayra Vaquie 13.267 12.567 11.533 12.433
157.225 41.117 39.200 38.450 38.458
As I say too often, Argentina is a thing now. The South American Games provided another opportunity for Argentina to get some very competitive-looking scores and jump up another couple places in the rankings.
16. (14) NETHERLANDS – 156.981
Juliette Berens 12.650 12.300 12.300 12.300
Sanne Wevers 0.000 13.566 14.100 0.000
Tisha Volleman 14.166 12.500 12.500 12.700
Elisabeth Geurts 13.950 12.250 10.750 11.100
Vera van Pol 13.333 13.366 12.133 12.200
156.981 41.766 39.799 39.933 37.400
The Netherlands’ continued (fairly misleading) drop in the rankings is a function of simply not competing. Like, at all. It’s why Celine van Gerner’s participation at the Koper World Cup—which will be added to the rankings for next month—is important because it provides scores for a nation with very little depth, especially when it has been so long since we’ve seen Eythora or the Weverseseses. They usually do all the heavy lifting.
17. (21) ICELAND – 154.798
Dominiqua Belanyi 13.250 12.533 12.350 12.150
Agnes Suto-Tuuha 13.500 11.900 12.700 12.800
Lilja Olafsdottir 12.750 12.466 12.250 12.550
Irina Sazonova 13.250 12.850 12.650 12.733
Thelma Adalsteinsdottir 12.350 11.500 13.300 12.766
154.798 40.000 37.849 38.650 38.299
I mean, cool it Iceland. May’s GK Championship provided another opportunity for Iceland to chalk up some unexpected 12s on bars, and while these scores shouldn’t be taken too seriously, Iceland’s potential to qualify a full team in the top 24 at this year’s worlds should at least be given some thought.
18. (15) SWITZERLAND – 154.514
Ilaria Kaeslin 13.150 0.000 11.833 12.433
Giulia Steingruber 13.900 13.066 12.900 13.433
Stefanie Siegenthaler 0.000 11.900 12.300 11.867
Fabienne Studer 13.500 12.600 0.000 0.000
Leonie Meier 13.550 12.433 11.533 12.566
154.514 40.950 38.099 37.033 38.432
Steingruber is back at Koper, and none too soon. As usual, her routines should help cease this ranking plummet for a nation that really should be way better than the 11s it tends to get without Steingruber.
19. (18) SPAIN – 154.400
Carla Font 13.450 8.500 12.450 11.300
Nora Fernandez 13.550 12.950 11.050 11.800
Lluna Casanova 12.950 11.950 12.850 12.450
Paula Raya 13.100 13.350 0.000 0.000
Cintia Rodriguez 13.100 12.800 13.600 12.050
154.400 40.100 39.100 38.900 36.300
Spain is another nation that hasn’t competed its full-strength group in quite a while and needs to get its best gymnasts out there again to start receiving scores (especially on floor) more befitting the country’s actual level.
20. (23) SLOVAKIA – 153.400
Barbora Mokosova 13.700 13.800 13.850 12.900
Karolina Takacova 12.500 12.650 12.100 10.200
Chiara Bunce 13.200 11.700 11.600 11.900
Ema Kuklovska 13.000 9.650 12.200 10.300
Radoslava Kalamarova 12.100 12.100 12.600 11.500
153.400 39.900 38.550 38.650 36.300
21. (36) FINLAND – 152.633
Enni Kettunen 12.967 12.533 11.800 12.400
Maija Leinonen 0.000 12.533 12.850 0.000
Sani Makela 13.900 11.800 13.000 12.200
Viivi Nieminen 13.450 9.300 11.700 11.350
Helmi Murto 12.550 12.400 11.450 12.600
152.633 40.317 37.466 37.650 37.200
Finland was the big winner in May, with its national championship that provided brand-new scores for pretty much everybody on every event (12s on bars for everyone!) and allowed for a jump of 15 spots in the rankings.
22. (22) CZECH REPUBLIC – 151.850
Dominika Ponizilova 13.700 12.300 11.750 11.650
Veronika Cenkova 11.900 12.350 12.050 11.900
Sabina Halova 12.800 10.600 12.600 10.800
Lucie Jirikova 13.350 12.200 12.150 12.700
Aneta Holasova 0.000 0.000 13.200 12.600
151.850 39.850 36.850 37.950 37.200
23. (25) PUERTO RICO – 151.534
Andrea Maldonado 13.800 12.700 12.300 13.200
Karelys Diaz 13.700 10.834 11.600 12.700
Sofia Diaz 12.800 8.534 12.700 0.000
Paula Mejias 13.700 10.234 10.600 12.000
Bianca Leon 12.750 11.500 12.400 11.534
151.534 41.200 35.034 37.400 37.900
24. (33) EGYPT – 151.200
Farah Hussein 13.350 13.000 12.633 12.450
Farah Salem 12.700 12.350 12.200 12.150
Hana Kassem 12.700 11.250 12.200 11.850
Nancy Taman 13.967 11.950 11.350 12.250
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
151.200 38.650 36.200 33.400 36.300
Egypt was back at it in May, dominating the team standings at the African Championship and returning to the event world cups to pick up some useful scores. With veteran Nancy Taman returning to competition to join some of her younger upstart compatriots, Egypt is making a run at that top 24 this year. It will be very very tough to do, but it’s not impossible.
25. (40) PORTUGAL – 150.500
Mariana Marianito 13.100 10.000 12.800 12.700
Leonor Silva 12.500 11.350 11.250 12.500
Mariana Carvalho 12.800 11.850 11.900 11.900
Beatriz Dias 13.400 11.300 12.350 12.150
Filipa Martins 0.000 13.600 0.000 0.000
150.500 39.300 36.800 37.050 37.350
Once again, competing helps. Portugal hosted the International GymSport this month to get some actual scores to start bringing its ranking back up.
26. (26) TURKEY – 150.366
Goksu Uctas Sanli 13.400 12.100 12.700 12.700
Demet Mutlu 13.500 11.567 11.900 12.566
Ilyada Sahin 13.300 12.700 11.400 12.000
Doga Ketenci 13.333 9.667 10.000 12.433
Ayse Dilara Aydemir 13.000 9.500 11.467 11.400
150.366 40.233 36.367 36.067 37.699
27. (28) SINGAPORE – 149.863
Tan Sze En 13.733 13.000 12.800 12.566
Nadine Joy Nathan 13.333 11.633 12.166 12.533
Zeng Qiyan 11.700 12.233 12.100 12.066
Ng Le En 11.300 9.866 11.933 11.933
Caroline Radke 11.366 0.000 9.800 11.266
149.863 38.766 36.866 37.066 37.165
28. (19) COLOMBIA – 149.792
Melba Avendano 13.100 11.867 11.300 12.400
Dayana Ardila 13.633 11.267 9.867 12.267
Ginna Escobar 13.500 12.267 12.033 12.775
Valentina Pardo 12.867 11.767 12.350 12.067
Marcela Sandoval 0.000 12.300 11.050 0.000
149.792 40.233 36.434 35.683 37.442
Scores from last November’s Bolivarian Games came off the rankings for Colombia this month, a blow that not even participation at the South American Games could avert.
29. (29) SOUTH AFRICA – 148.948
Caitlin Rooskrantz 0.000 13.350 9.966 0.000
Naveen Daries 13.433 12.633 10.400 11.566
Angela Maguire 12.750 11.500 12.300 11.200
Gabriela Murray 12.900 11.650 11.550 12.233
Lukisha Schalk 12.600 11.750 12.250 12.233
148.948 39.083 37.733 36.100 36.032
30. (34) NORWAY – 148.800
Julie Soderstrom 12.950 11.450 12.750 11.900
Kristin Bjornbak 11.850 7.400 11.750 12.500
Sara Davidsen 13.150 11.350 12.700 12.350
Edel Fosse 12.800 11.550 11.000 12.350
Thea Nygaard 12.950 11.100 12.750 11.833
148.800 39.050 34.350 38.200 37.200
31. (31) CHILE – 148.725
Maria Del Mar Perez 12.633 12.300 11.633 11.533
Maria Del Sol Perez 11.867 12.300 12.500 12.333
Martina Castro 12.867 10.125 12.075 12.467
Simona Castro 13.067 11.450 12.433 12.300
Paula Carvajal 11.933 8.900 11.500 9.800
148.725 38.567 36.050 37.008 37.100
32. (NR) DENMARK – 148.581
Mette Hulgaard 12.900 13.133 11.600 12.450
Linnea Wang 12.833 12.150 11.766 12.550
Emilie Winther 13.400 10.733 11.066 11.200
Victoria Kajo 12.633 10.400 12.100 12.500
Victoria Gilberg 0.000 0.000 12.066 0.000
148.581 39.133 36.016 35.932 37.500
33. (27) AUSTRIA – 146.750
Jasmin Mader 13.550 13.100 11.900 11.600
Alina Schmoll 13.000 9.200 9.500 10.200
Marlies Mannersdorfer 12.950 11.350 10.150 12.500
Bianca Frysak 12.700 12.550 10.750 10.800
Elisa Haemmerle 0.000 12.150 11.900 0.000
146.750 39.500 37.800 34.550 34.900
34. (30) MEXICO – 145.701
Paulina Guerra 13.800 10.267 11.300 12.334
Nicolle Castro 13.100 10.550 10.500 11.100
Sandra Garcia 0.000 0.000 11.200 0.000
Jimena Moreno 13.400 12.375 12.250 11.800
Paulina Campos 12.800 8.550 12.275 12.250
145.701 40.300 33.192 35.825 36.384
35. (35) NEW ZEALAND – 144.098
Isabella Brett 12.750 9.200 11.900 12.000
Stella Ashcroft 13.166 10.000 11.750 11.500
Estella Matthewson 0.000 10.400 0.000 12.533
Charlotte Ryan 13.733 10.350 11.050 12.233
Maia Fishwick 12.500 12.033 11.250 11.566
144.098 39.649 32.783 34.900 36.766
36. (NR) SLOVENIA – 142.932
Tjasa Kysselef 13.800 0.000 12.500 12.750
Lucija Hribar 13.500 12.566 11.000 12.033
Tela Belak 14.100 0.000 11.433 0.000
Veronika Trobis 0.000 8.300 0.000 10.600
Carmen Horvat 0.000 9.400 10.500 11.550
142.932 41.400 30.266 34.933 36.333
The reason Slovenia struggles so much in team rankings is that despite having four world-class gymnasts who compete regularly (Kysselef, Hribar, Belak, and Sajn), only Hribar ever competes bars at these world cup events, meaning that Kysselef, Belak, and Sajn can’t all be on the same team of five because none of them have bars scores.
37. (NR) IRELAND – 142.597
Meaghan Smith 13.300 10.850 10.850 12.299
Aisling Fuller 12.150 10.399 11.700 11.600
Ellie Bowe 12.750 7.500 11.150 11.300
Rebecca Geddis 12.450 0.000 11.899 10.800
Casey Bell 0.000 11.650 12.400 0.000
142.597 38.500 32.899 35.999 35.199
38. (32) VENEZUELA – 142.154
Deborah Salmina 13.650 12.550 11.700 12.550
Pamela Arriojas 12.167 11.700 11.333 11.167
Johanna Sotillo 11.670 9.967 11.867 11.833
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
142.154 37.487 34.217 34.900 35.550
39. (39) PERU – 141.583
Angela Perez 12.400 9.667 10.200 11.100
Venere Horna 12.367 9.167 12.367 11.933
Nicole Espinosa 11.967 10.233 10.400 0.000
Ariana Orrego 0.000 0.000 11.233 12.500
Ana Karina Mendez 13.350 12.033 11.767 11.733
141.583 38.117 31.933 35.367 36.166
40. (37) MALAYSIA – 140.800
Farah Ann Abdul Hadi 13.550 12.550 11.550 11.900
Tan Ing Yueh 13.100 11.650 12.200 11.400
Nur Azira Aziri 11.450 10.450 9.850 11.150
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
140.800 38.100 34.650 33.600 34.450
41. (NR) TAIWAN – 139.382
Fang Ko Ching 13.400 0.000 0.000 12.033
Chuang Hsiu-Ju 12.800 9.850 10.166 9.900
Lai Pin Ju 0.000 0.000 12.266 11.633
Fu Chih Yi 12.150 9.200 12.050 10.850
Ting Hua Tien 12.300 12.050 10.250 11.550
139.382 38.500 31.100 34.566 35.216
42. (NR) GREECE – 137.431
Georgia Ananiadou 12.100 9.850 10.050 10.800
Maria-Eleni Makridou 11.950 9.450 10.200 11.000
Evelina Magia 12.650 10.966 11.733 12.566
Ioanna Xoulogi 0.000 0.000 12.233 12.733
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
137.431 36.700 30.266 34.166 36.299
43. (41) BOLIVIA – 135.366
Roxana Cruz 12.933 10.333 11.067 11.433
Dianne Soria 11.900 10.100 8.733 10.933
Diana Vasquez 13.467 10.333 11.167 11.867
Maria Arauz 12.600 9.300 9.133 9.267
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
135.366 39.000 30.766 31.367 34.233
44. (42) INDIA – 132.924
Pranati Nayak 13.533 9.775 9.400 10.250
Aruna Budda Reddy 13.666 10.200 10.150 11.550
Pranati Das 12.900 10.050 10.150 11.300
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
132.924 40.099 30.025 29.700 33.100
45. (24) SWEDEN – 132.699
Maja Sanfridsson 12.533 8.850 11.100 10.600
Jessica Castles 12.550 9.600 10.850 12.500
Maya Stahl 12.650 8.550 9.250 11.066
Lilia Meisel 12.450 10.250 10.150 10.300
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
132.699 37.733 28.700 32.100 34.166
46. (44) CYPRUS – 132.575
Eleni Eliades 12.200 8.900 10.850 11.100
Anastasiya Theocharous 12.650 7.050 11.200 11.400
Gloria Philassides 12.675 9.800 9.700 12.000
Tatiana Bachurina 0.000 10.100 0.000 0.000
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
132.575 37.525 28.800 31.750 34.500
47. (46) MALTA – 122.850
Kirsty Caruana 11.350 6.300 10.500 11.200
Sana Grillo 12.250 7.950 11.200 9.950
Suzanne Buttgieg 12.200 8.150 10.900 10.900
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
122.850 35.800 22.400 32.600 32.050
48. (NR) ALGERIA – 122.284
Chama Temmami 12.800 9.800 9.600 11.567
Lahna Salem 12.850 8.650 9.250 10.700
Fatina Mokhtari 12.500 7.300 8.967 7.550
Zineb Ayad 12.050 0.000 6.550 8.300
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
122.284 38.150 25.750 27.817 30.567
49. (45) ISRAEL – 119.532
Amit Klimi 11.100 4.433 6.050 8.733
Tamar Eyal 0.000 7.700 9.750 0.000
Andy Turiski 12.950 10.750 8.150 11.400
Maitar Levy 0.000 0.000 10.933 11.400
Ofir Netzer 12.233 0.000 0.000 0.000
119.532 36.283 22.883 28.833 31.533
50. (47) SRI LANKA – 108.600
Ridma Bengalage 11.850 8.250 8.700 9.650
Kaushini Gamage 11.600 6.900 7.000 8.350
Amaya Kalukottage 11.800 6.700 8.450 9.350
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
108.600 35.250 21.850 24.150 27.350
51. (NR) NAMIBIA – 100.200
Christel Thirion 10.450 8.333 9.200 8.700
Meike Mackensen 10.750 7.567 7.900 8.200
Natascha Pfaender 10.250 2.200 7.700 8.950
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
None 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
100.200 31.450 18.100 24.800 25.850
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5 thoughts on “National Team Rankings – June 2018”

  1. Egypt will be able to qualify a full team to the 2019 Worlds even if they don’t qualify within the top 24 in Doha.
    New FIG rules for continental representation ensure a full team from Africa will qualify. I don’t see any other team knocking Egypt out of that top spot at Worlds. Possibly South Africa if they decided to send a full team. But you never know with RSA.

    It will be interesting if Egypt does make it into the top 24 though.

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  2. Hey you didn’t put Saraiva’s best UB. She got 13.950 at EF (5.4 D 8.550 E). Good job putting up with these every month anyway!

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  3. Would love to see a European Team preview shortly. Same scenario, but with athletes that won’t be competing out completely (Lieke Wevers, Mustafina)
    Maybe once rosters are out?

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