2020 Qualification Standings and Rules

QUALIFIED TEAMS

WOMEN’S TEAMSMEN’S TEAMS
UNITED STATESCHINA
RUSSIARUSSIA
CHINAJAPAN
FRANCEUKRAINE
CANADAGREAT BRITAIN
NETHERLANDSSWITZERLAND
GREAT BRITAINUNITED STATES
ITALYTAIWAN
GERMANYSOUTH KOREA
BELGIUMBRAZIL
JAPANSPAIN
SPAINGERMANY

QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS

WOMEN’S INDIVIDUALSMEN’S INDIVIDUALS
Flavia Saraiva (BRA)Carlos Yulo (PHI)
Giulia Steingruber (SUI)Manrique Larduet (CUB)
Georgia Godwin (AUS)Ludovico Edalli (ITA)
Diana Varinska (UKR)Milad Karimi (KAZ)
Lee Yun Seo (KOR)Loris Frasca (FRA)
Zsofia Kovacs (HUN)Robert Tvorogal (LTU)
Martina Dominici (ARG)Alexander Shatilov (ISR)
Alexa Moreno (MEX)Ferhat Arican (TUR)
Danusia Francis (JAM)Artur Davtyan (ARM)
KIm Su Jong (PRK)David Huddleston (BUL)
Aneta Holasova (CZE)Bart Deurloo (NED)
Marcia Vidiaux (CUB)Daniel Corral (MEX)
Maria Holbura (ROU)Artem Dolgopyat (ISR)
Elisa Hämmerle (AUT)Rhys McClenaghan (IRL)
Anastasiya Alistratava (BLR)Cyril Tommasone (FRA)
Farah Ann Abdul Hadi (MAS)Ibrahim Colak (TUR)
Mandy Mohamed (EGY)Marco Lodadio (ITA)
Nazli Savranbasi (TUR)Samir Ait Said (FRA)
Barbora Mokosova (SVK)Shek Wai Hung (HKG)
Filipa Martins (POR)Le Thanh Tung (VIE)
Yeo Seo Jeong (KOR)Marian Dragulescu (ROU)
Ana Derek (CRO)Ahmet Onder (TUR)
Caitlin Rooskrantz (RSA)Tin Srbic (CRO)
Jonna Adlerteg (SWE)Tyson Bull (AUS)
Gabriela Janik (POL)Rene Cournoyer (CAN)
Simona Castro (CHI)Rasuljon Abdurakhimov (UZB)
Lihie Raz (ISR)Marios Georgiou (CYP)
Julie Erichsen (NOR)Ivan Tikhonov (AZE)
Ariana Orrego (PER)David Rumbutis (SWE)
Oksana Chusovitina (UZB)Andrey Likhovitskiy (BLR)
Ting Hua Tien (TPE)Sofus Heggemsnes (NOR)
Marina Nekrasova (AZE)
Tan Sze En (SGP)

INDIVIDUAL APPARATUS WORLD CUPS

The individual apparatus world cup series for Olympic qualification runs from November 2018 until March 2020, comprising 8 events in that span. Ranking points will be awarded for performances at these events, and at the end of all 8, each athlete’s best 3 showings on each apparatus will be taken (with the rest dropped) to determine the final standings. The winner of the series on each apparatus qualifies to the 2020 Olympics. 

Athletes who participated in the qualification of a team to the Olympics cannot earn individual apparatus Olympic qualification spots, and while they may compete at these individual apparatus world cups, they cannot earn Olympic ranking points and will be skipped over in awarding those points. This was also done retroactively for those who eventually qualified with a team or as an individual at the 2019 world championships—so the ranking points awarded at the early events changed following the results of 2019 worlds.

Ranking points are awarded on each apparatus by the following system:

In the standings, each competition is denoted by number.

1 = Cottbus #1, November 22-25, 2018
2 = Melbourne #1, February 21, 24, 2019
3 = Baku #1, March 14-17, 2019
4 = Doha #1, March 20-23, 2019
5 = Cottbus #2, November 21-24, 2019
6 = Melbourne #2, February 13-16, 2020
7 = Baku #2, March 12-15, 2020
8 = Doha #2, March 25-28, 2020

MEN’S FLOOR EXERCISE

NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  
1. Rayderley Zapata (ESP) 25 30 30         85
2. Emil Soravuo (FIN) 18 25 25         68
3. Chris Remkes (AUS) 18 18 18         54
4. Casimir Schmidt (NED) 30 20         50
5. Rok Klavora (SLO) 16 7 14         37
6. Hibiki Arayashiki (JPN) 30         30
6. Heikki Saarenketo (FIN) 14 16         30
8. Murad Agharzayev (AZE) 20 8         28
9. Felix Remuta (GER) 25         25
9. Jonathan Vrolix (BEL) 5 20         25
11. Julien Gobaux (FRA) 9 14         23
12. Takumi Sato (JPN) 10 12         22
13. Marcel Nguyen (GER) 20         20
14. Jorge Vega Lopez (GUA) 16         16
14. Colin Van Wicklen (USA) 16         16
16. Bram Verhofstad (NED) 14         14
17. Antonios Tantalidis (GRE) 12         12
17. Luka Terbovsek (SLO) 12         12
17. Akim Mussayev (KAZ) 12         12
20. Zhou Ciasong (CHN) 10         10
20. Vladislav Poliashov (RUS) 10         10
22. Andres Martinez (COL) 9         9
23. Hung Shih-Tung (TPE) 8         8
23. Denis Sanuvonh (BLR) 8         8
25. Maksym Vasylenko (UKR) 7         7
25. Tomas Gonzalez (CHI) 7         7
25. Jake Jarman (GBR) 7         7
28. Yahor Sharamkou (BLR) 6         6
28. Slavomir Michnak (SVK) 6         6
28. Daniel Villafane (ARG) 6         6
28. Dmitriy Patanin (KAZ) 6         6
32. Pavel Bulauski (BLR) 5         5
32. Valgard Reinhardsson (ISL) 5         5
32. Alexey Rostov (RUS) 5         5

**Note that there is still some discrepancy over the application of ties and awarding of points. The FIG’s rules state that gymnasts who tie on both D and E will have the ranking points for the two spots added and then divided by the number of gymnasts who have tied, which I have done here. On the FIG’s own standings, however, they are not following those rules and are awarding the point total for the tied ranking to both. Stay tuned.

WOMEN’S VAULT

NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  
1. Jade Carey (USA) 25 30 30         85
2. Tjasa Kysselef (SLO) 12 20 18 14         52
3. Maria Paseka (RUS) 20 25         45
3. Coline Devillard (FRA) 25 20         45
5. Dipa Karmakar (IND) 20 16         36
6. Paula Mejias (PUR) 18 16         34
7. Teja Belak (SLO) 16 7 8         31
8. Rebeca Andrade (BRA) 30         30
8. Yu Linmin (CHN) 30         30
10. Ayaka Sakaguchi (JPN) 25         25
11. Tijana Tkalcec (CRO) 8 12         20
12. Jade Barbosa (BRA) 18         18
12. Emily Thomas (GBR) 18         18
14. Asuka Ogawa (JPN) 16         16
15. Denisa Golgota (ROU) 14         14
15. Valeria Osipova (UKR) 14         14
15. Nancy Taman (EGY) 14         14
18. Wu Sing-Fen (TPE) 6 7         13
19. Georgia Rose Brown (AUS) 12         12
19. Anastasia Bachynska (UKR) 12         12
21. Michelle Timm (GER) 10         10
21. Ofir Netzer (ISR) 10         10
21. Anina Wildi (SUI) 10         10
24. Angelina Radivilova (UKR) 8         7
25. Wiktoria Lopuszanska (POL) 7         6
25. Soyoka Hanawa (JPN) 6         6
27. Agnes Suto-Tuuha (ISL) 6         5
27. Aruna Budda Reddy (IND) 5         5
27. Kim Son Hyang (PRK) 5         5

 

POMMEL HORSE

NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  
1. Weng Hao (CHN) 30 30 25         85
2. Saeedreza Keikha (IRI) 25 18 20         63
3. Kohei Kameyama (JPN) 30 30         60
4. Filip Ude (CRO) 12 16 14         42
5. Kaito Imabayahi (JPN) 14 25         39
6. Harutyun Merdinyan (ARM) 20 18         38
7. Nariman Kurbanov (KAZ) 12 20         32
8. Thierry Pellerin (CAN) 20 10         30
9. Robert Seligman (CRO) 16 12         28
10. Tomomasa Hasegawa (JPN) 25         25
11. Wang Junwen (CHN) 18 5         23
11. Abdulla Azimov (UZB) 8 8 7         23
13. Bram Louwije (NED) 18         18
13. Alexey Rostov (RUS) 12 6         18
13. Vasili Mikhalitsyn (BLR) 10 8         18
16. Akim Mussayev (KAZ) 16         16
16. Steven Nedoroscik (USA) 16         16
18. Matija Baron (CRO) 14         14
18. Saso Bertoncelj (SLO) 14         14
20. Carlo Macchini (ITA) 6 6         12
21. Jacopo Gilozzi (ITA) 10         10
21. Hibiki Arayashiki (JPN) 10         10
23. Chris Remkes (AUS) 8         8
24. Michael Tone (AUS) 7         7
24. Ivan Rittschik (GER) 7         7
24. Slavomir Michnak (SVK) 7         7
27. Hung Shih-Tung (TPE) 6         6
28. Kirill Prokopev (RUS) 5         5
28. Jakov Vlahek (CRO) 5         5
28. Ri Wi Chol (PRK) 5         5

UNEVEN BARS

NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  
1. Lyu Jiaqi (CHN) 25 25 30         80
2. Fan Yilin (CHN) 16 30 30         76
3. Martina Rizzelli (ITA) 12 14 18 20         52
4. Anastasia Iliankova (RUS) 25 25         50
5. Georgia-Rose Brown (AUS) 20 20         40
6. Rebeca Andrade (BRA) 30         30
7. Daria Spiridonova (RUS) 20         20
8.Kelly Simm (GBR) 18         18
8. Romi Brown (AUS) 18         18
8. Yumika Nakamura (JPN) 18         18
11. Lisa Hill (GER) 16         16
11. Valeria Osipova (UKR)   16         16
11. Anastasia Bachynska (UKR) 16         16
14. Argyro Afrati (GRE) 14         14
14. Yuki Uchiyama (JPN) 14         14
14. Emily Thomas (GBR) 14         14
17. Zoja Szekely (HUN) 12         12
17. Eom Do Hyun (KOR) 12         12
17. Emma Nedov (AUS) 12         12
20. Demet Mutlu (TUR) 10         10
20. Lorrane Oliveira (BRA) 10         10
20. Soyoka Hanawa (JPN) 10         10
23. Tutya Yilmaz (TUR) 8         8
23. Juliette Bossu (FRA) 8         8
23. Liu Jieyu (CHN) 8         8
26. Elvira Katsali (GRE) 7         7
26. Rosanna Ojala (FIN) 7         7
26. An Chang Ok (PRK) 7         7
29. Phoebe Jakubczyk (GBR) 6         6
29. Denisa Golgota (ROU) 6         6
29. Ofir Netzer (ISR) 6         6
32. Lilian Langenskiold (FIN) 5         5
32. Wiktoria Lopuszanska (POL) 5         5
32. Marta Pihan-Kulesza (POL) 5         5

STILL RINGS

NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  
1. You Hao (CHN) 25 25 18         68
2. Courtney Tulloch (GBR) 18 18 30 16         66
3. Liu Yang (CHN) 30 30         60
4. Ali Zahran (EGY) 16 16 16 18         50
5. Nikita Simonov (AZE) 12 25 10         47
6. Artur Tovmasyan (ARM) 20 25         45
7. Vahagn Davtyan (ARM) 14 20         34
8. Lan Xingyu (CHN) 30         30
9. Denis Abliazin (RUS) 20 8         28
10. Alexey Rostov (RUS) 12 14         26
11. Dennis Goossens (BEL) 14 7         21
12. Kazuya Takahaski (JPN) 20         20
13. Federico Molinari (ARG) 12 7         19
14. Vinzenz Hoeck (AUT) 10 8         18
15. Casimir Schmidt (NED) 7 10         17
16. Daniel Villafane (ARG) 8 6         14
16. Ryan Oehrlein (CAN) 14         14
18. Kentaro Yunoki (JPN) 12         12
19. Mahdi Kohani (IRI) 10         10
20. Rakesh Patra (IND) 8         8
21. Hung Shih-Tung (TPE) 7         7
22. Michael Tone (AUS) 6         6
22. Reza Farina (IRI) 6         6
22. Tarek Shalaby (EGY) 6         6
25. Andrea Cingolani (ITA) 5         5
25. Wei An Terry Tay (SGP) 5         5
25. Rayderley Zapata (ESP) 5         5
25. Li Guan-Yi (TPE) 5         5

MEN’S VAULT

NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  
1. Jorge Vega Lopez (GUA) 20 10 30         60
1. Chris Remkes (AUS) 20 20 20         60
3. Hidenobu Yonekura (JPN) 25 30         55
4. Tseng Wei-Sheng (TPE) 16 7 25         48
4. Andrey Medvedev (ISR)   18 12 18         48
7. Yahor Sharamkou (BLR) 12 18 12         42
6. Shin Jea-Hwan (KOR) 25 16         41
8. Denis Abliazin (RUS) 30 10         40
9. Qu Ruiyang (CHN) 18 16         34
10. Huang Minqi (CHN) 30         30
11. Courtney Tulloch (GBR) 6 14 6         26
12. Colin Van Wicklen (USA) 25         25
13, James Bacueti (AUS) 8 8         16
14. Hamza Hossaini (MAR) 16         16
14. Felix Remuta (GER) 14         14
14. Konstantin Kuzovkov (GEO) 14         14
17. Rick Jacobs (NED) 7 7         14
18. Jake Jarman (GBR) 14         14
18. Valgard Reinhardsson (ISL) 12         12
20. Pavel Bulauski (BLR) 10         10
20. Emil Soravuo (FIN) 5 5         10
20. Heikki Saarenketo (FIN) 10         10
23. Mohamed Moubarak (EGY) 8         8
23. Lin Hsin-Chih (TPE) 8         8
25. Jose Toro (COL) 7         7
26. Reyland Capellan (PHI) 6         6
26. Adelin Kotrong (ROU) 5         5

BALANCE BEAM

NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  
1. Emma Nedov (AUS) 25 30         55
2. Li Qi (CHN) 18 30         48
3. Mana Oguchi (JPN) 20 25         45
4. Lai Pin Ju (TPE) 10 16 6 10         36
5. Rebeca Andrade (BRA) 30         30
5. Zhao Shiting (CHN) 30         30
5. Adela Sajn (SLO)   5 25         30
8. Lara Mori (ITA) 12 16         28
9. Lyu Jiaqi (CHN) 25         25
10. Varvara Zubova (RUS)   7 14         21
11. Yumika Nakamura (JPN) 20         20
11. Sophie Scheder (GER) 20         20
11. Anastasia Bachynska (UKR) 20         20
11. Coline Devillard (FRA) 12 8         20
15. Soyoka Hanawa (JPN) 18         18
15. Yurika Yumoto (JPN) 18         18
15. Elena Chipizubov (AUS) 18         18
18. Denisa Golgota (ROU) 16         16
18. Marta Pihan-Kulesza (POL) 16         16
20. Katarzyna Jurkowska-Kowalska (POL) 14         14
20. Eom Do Hyun (KOR) 14         14
20. Elvira Katsali (GRE) 14         14
23. Valeria Osipova (UKR) 12         12
23. Csenge Bacskay (HUN) 12         12
25. Vanessa Ferrari (ITA) 10         10
25. Georgia-Rose Brown (AUS) 10         10
27. Tutya Yilmaz (TUR) 8         8
27. Angelina Radivilova (UKR) 8         8
27. Aida Bauyrzhanova (KAZ) 8         8
31. Jimena Moreno (MEX) 7         7
31. Emily Thomas (GBR) 7         7
33. Axelle Klinckaert (BEL) 6         6
33. Phoebe Jakubczyk (GBR) 6         6
35. Cassandra Loustalot (MEX) 5         5
35. An Chang Ok (PRK) 5         5

PARALLEL BARS

NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  
1. You Hao (CHN) 20 30 25         75
2. Mitchell Morgans (AUS) 16 25 8 25         66
3. Vladislav Poliashov (RUS) 30 30         60
4. Dinh Phuong Thanh (VIE) 20 18         38
5. Julien Gobaux (FRA) 25 10         35
6. Matteo Levantesi (ITA) 18 16         34
7. Marcel Nguyen (GER) 30         30
8. Oskar Kirmes (FIN) 18 5         23
9. Hibiki Arayashiki (JPN) 20         20
9. Vasili Mikhalitsyn (BLR) 20         20
11. Carlo Macchini (ITA) 8 10         18
11. Mikhail Koudinov (NZL) 18         18
13. Akim Mussayev (KAZ) 16         16
13. Nikolaos Iliopoulos (GRE) 16         16
15. Hamza Hossaini (MAR) 14         14
15. Tomomasa Hasegawa (JPN) 14         14
15. Du Yixin (CHN) 14         14
15. Ri Wi Chol (PRK) 14         14
19. Epke Zonderland (NED) 12         12
19. Kaito Sugimoto (JPN) 12         12
19. Valgard Reinhardsson (ISL) 12         12
19. Michel Bletterman (NED) 12         12
23. Rakesh Patra (IND) 10         10
23. Bram Louwije (NED) 10         10
25. Nils Dunkel (GER) 8         8
26. Yerbol Jantykov (KAZ) 7         7
26. Jossimar Calvo (COL) 7         7
26. Mohammadreza Khosronezhan (IRI) 7         7
29. Michael Sorokine (ISR) 6         6
29. Manuel Martinez (COL) 6         6
29. Kentaro Yunoki (JPN) 6         6
32. Harvey Humber (NZL) 5         5
32. Randy Leru (CUB) 5         5

WOMEN’S FLOOR EXERCISE

NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  
1. Jade Carey (USA) 18 30 30         78
2. Lara Mori (ITA) 20 25 25         70
2. Vanessa Ferrari (ITA) 30 20 20         70
4. Marta Pihan-Kulesza (POL) 25 18         43
5. Emma Nedov (AUS) 18 16         34
5. Varvara Zubova (RUS) 18 16         34
7. Paula Mejias (PUR) 25 8         33
8. Jade Barbosa (BRA) 30         30
9. Coline Devillard (FRA) 12 14         26
10.Adela Sajn (SLO) 8 10 7         25
11. Lai Pin Ju (TPE) 16 8         24
12. Zhao Shiting (CHN) 20         20
13. Axelle Klinckaert (BEL) 16         16
14. Valeria Osipova (UKR) 14         14
14. Leah Griesser (GER) 14         14
14. Anastasia Bachynska (UKR) 14         14
17. Denisa Golgota (ROU) 12         12
17. Aida Bauyrzhanova (KAZ) 12         12
17. Phoebe Jakubczyk (GBR) 12         12
20. Emily Thomas (GBR) 10         10
20. Kate Sayer (AUS) 10         10
20. Kelly Simm (GBR) 10         10
23. Mana Oguchi (JPN) 8         8
26. Ioanna Xoulogi (GRE) 7         7
26. Angelina Radivilova (UKR) 7         7
28. Yurika Yumoto (JPN) 6         6
28. Ofir Netzer (ISR) 6         6
28. Kim Son Hyang (PRK) 6         6
31. Liu Jieyu (CHN) 5         5
31. Juliane Tøssebro (NOR) 5         5
31. Yumika Nakamura (JPN) 5         5

HORIZONTAL BAR

NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8  
1. Epke Zonderland (NED) 30 25 30 16         85
1. Hidetaka Miyachi (JPN) 25 30 20 30         85
3. Carlo Macchini (ITA) 18 16 20         54
4. Zhang Chenlong (CHN) 20 18 12         50
5. Mitchell Morgans (AUS) 18 25         43
6. David Vacsernyes (HUN) 20 6 12 10         42
7. Alexey Rostov (RUS) 7 18         25
7. Randy Leru (CUB) 25         25
9. Edgar Boulet (FRA) 16 5         21
10. Julien Gobaux (FRA) 10 6         16
10. Valgard Reinhardsson (ISL) 16         16
12. Bram Verhofstad (NED) 14         14
12. Maksim Sinichkin (RUS) 14         14
12. Colin Van Wicklen (USA) 14         14
12. Daisuke Suzuki (JPN) 14         14
16. Marvin Kimble (USA) 12         12
16. Hung Shih-Tung (TPE) 12         12
18. Lincoln Liqht Man (SGP) 10         10
18. Nikolaos Iliopoulos (GRE) 10         10
20. Matthias Schwab (AUT) 8         8
20. Marco Pfyl (SUI) 8         8
20. Mikhail Koudinov (NZL) 8         8
20. David Jessen (CZE) 8         8
24. Yerbol Jantykov (KAZ) 7         7
24. Lim Kae-Son (SGP) 7         7
24. Anton Kovacevic (CRO) 7         7
27. Franz Card (FIN) 6         6
27. Michael Sorokine (ISR) 6         6
29. Jacob Buus (DEN) 5         5
29. Andres Martinez (COL) 5         5
29. Filip Ude (CRO) 5         5

If, at the end of the series, there is a tie for the Olympic qualification spot on an apparatus, we currently believe the tie will be broken as follows:

The first tiebreak is the better cumulative finishing position from the three counting events. Example: Athlete A and Athlete B both tie for first place on 70 points each. Athlete A did that with two 1st places and an 8th place, while Athlete B did that with two 2nd places and a 3rd place. The spot would go to Athlete B because Athlete B has a better cumulative finishing position (2 + 2 + 3 = 7) than Athlete A (1+1+8 = 10).

If that doesn’t work, the next tiebreak is the total score from the three counting routines. If there is still a tie at that point, the same process is undertaken, but with execution scores only.

But wait, there’s also this tiebreak that has been published by the FIG and is different than that other one also published by the FIG. Because of course.


All athletes qualifying through this route are eligible to compete the all-around at the Olympics, so they need only qualify on one event. Should an athlete place first on more than one event, the tiebreak is the better cumulative finishing position across all events participated in (not just the counting three).

This same tiebreak is used if two or more country-mates finish first on their respective events, since each nation can only secure one spot per gender through this route.

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