2010 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

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The 2010 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships was held at the Ahoy Rotterdam indoor sporting arena in the Netherlands from 16 to 24 October 2010. In this year's championships, there was a total of 73 participating federations with 615 gymnasts (343 men and 272 women). 53 men's and 44 women's teams competed.[1]

Competition schedule[edit]

The competition schedule was as follows (Local time, CEST):[2]

Participating Countries[edit]

Some of the countries that participated.

Gymnasts[edit]

More than 70 countries were expected to compete in the event.[3]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Men Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Ping Chien Hsu Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 08/10/94 16 years
Oldest Espen Jansen Norway Norway 13 December 1968 41 years
Women Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Anna Dementyeva Russia Russia 28 December 1994 15 years
Oldest Oksana Chusovitina Germany Germany 19 June 1975 35 years

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
Team all-around
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 China
Chen Yibing
Feng Zhe
Teng Haibin
Yan Mingyong
Lü Bo
Zhang Chenglong
 Japan
Kōhei Uchimura
Koji Yamamuro
Koji Uematsu
Kazuhito Tanaka
Kenya Kobayashi
Tatsuki Nakashima
 Germany
Philipp Boy
Fabian Hambüchen
Thomas Taranu
Evgenij Spiridonov
Sebastian Krimmer
Matthias Fahrig
Individual all-around
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 Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)  Philipp Boy (GER)  Jonathan Horton (USA)
Floor
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 Eleftherios Kosmidis (GRE)  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)  Daniel Purvis (GBR)
Pommel horse
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 Krisztián Berki (HUN)  Louis Smith (GBR)  Prashanth Sellathurai (AUS)
Rings
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 Chen Yibing (CHN)  Yan Mingyong (CHN)  Matteo Morandi (ITA)
Vault
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 Thomas Bouhail (FRA)  Anton Golotsutskov (RUS)  Dzmitry Kaspiarovich (BLR)
Parallel bars
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 Feng Zhe (CHN)  Teng Haibin (CHN)  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)
Horizontal bar
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 Zhang Chenglong (CHN)  Epke Zonderland (NED)  Fabian Hambüchen (GER)
Women
Team all-around
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 Russia
Ksenia Afanasyeva
Aliya Mustafina
Tatiana Nabieva
Ksenia Semenova
Ekaterina Kurbatova
Anna Dementyeva
 United States
Rebecca Bross
Mackenzie Caquatto
Bridget Sloan
Mattie Larson
Aly Raisman
Alicia Sacramone
 China
Jiang Yuyuan
He Kexin
Sui Lu
Huang Qiushuang
Deng Linlin
Yang Yilin
Individual all-around
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 Aliya Mustafina (RUS)  Jiang Yuyuan (CHN)  Rebecca Bross (USA)
Vault
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 Alicia Sacramone (USA)  Aliya Mustafina (RUS)  Jade Barbosa (BRA)
Uneven bars
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 Beth Tweddle (GBR)  Aliya Mustafina (RUS)  Rebecca Bross (USA)
Balance beam
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 Ana Porgras (ROU)  Rebecca Bross (USA)
 Deng Linlin (CHN)
none awarded
Floor
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 Lauren Mitchell (AUS)  Aliya Mustafina (RUS)
 Diana Chelaru (ROU)
none awarded

Men's results[edit]

Team all-around[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Yang Hak-Seon South Korea South Korea 06/12/92 17 years
Oldest Evgenij Spiridonov Germany Germany 02/04/82 28 years

The top three scores from each country for each apparatus was counted towards the total. In the qualifying round, the top four were counted. In all, 45 nations entered the qualifying round. Unlike the women's team event,[4] there was more inconsistency in the strengths and weaknesses of the team. China qualified first overall; they came first in the parallel bars, second or third in three apparatuses, but tenth in the floor. Japan qualified second, 1.082 behind. They came first in rings, second or third in three disciplines and 11th in floor. The US were third, more than four points behind. They came first in high bar, but 13th in pommel horse, and between fourth and sixth in the other events.[5] They were ahead of Great Britain by only 0.059. Great Britain came first in floor and pommel but were only ninth and tenth in parallel bars and rings respectively. Germany was fifth, followed by Russia, who came first in vault but were eighth or worse in three disciplines. The last two teams to qualify were Korea and France, the latter denying Romania qualification by 0.150, or 0.04%.[5] Italy, Spain and Puerto Rico were all within 1.1 points of qualification.[5] The hosts came 17th, more than six points outside qualification.[5]

After qualifying in last place, France improved to finish fifth in the final, while Great Britain regressed from fourth to seventh.[4]

Rank Team Gymnastique au sol.svg Cheval d'arçon.svg Gymnastique aux anneaux.svg Saut de cheval.svg Barres parallèles.svg Barre fixe.svg Total
1st  China 44.333 43.099 46.800 47.999 46.733 46.033 274.997
Chen Yibing 16.000 15.866
Feng Zhe 14.700 16.100 15.900 15.133
Teng Haibin 15.466 15.633 15.000
Yan Mingyong 13.200 15.600
Lü Bo 14.700 14.433 15.200 16.033 15.200
Zhang Chenglong 14.933 15.900
2nd  Japan 44.198 44.633 44.532 48.183 46.624 45.599 273.769
Kōhei Uchimura 15.266 14.733 16.250 15.633 15.133
Koji Yamamuro 15.366 16.400
Koji Uematsu 14.766 15.533 15.533 16.033
Kazuhito Tanaka 14.166 15.458 14.433
Kenya Kobayashi 14.800 15.000
Tatsuki Nakashima 14.166 15.100
3rd  Germany 44.032 43.132 44.857 47.799 45.333 46.099 271.252
Philipp Boy 14.866 14.566 14.658 16.166 15.400 15.800
Fabian Hambuechen 14.933 15.333 15.933
Thomas Taranu 15.266
Evgenij Spiridonov 14.100 13.600 14.366
Sebastian Krimmer 14.966 15.533 14.600
Matthias Fahrig 15.066 16.100
4  United States 43.566 40.032 44.833 47.566 45.016 46.999 268.012
Christopher Brooks 13.466 15.833 15.116 15.533
Christopher Cameron 13.100 13.800
Jonathan Horton 14.000 15.500 15.500 15.200 15.633
Steven Legendre 15.266 16.233
Danell Leyva 13.466 14.700 15.833
Brandon Wynn 14.300 15.533
5  France 42.132 43.598 43.399 46.357 44.483 43.499 263.468
Hamilton Sabot 14.266 14.400 15.075 14.900
Cyril Tommasone 12.766 15.466 14.808
Arnald Willig 13.866 14.633 15.258 14.600 13.733
Thomas Bouhail 14.833 16.066
Gael da Silva 14.533 14.366 15.033 14.866
6  Russia 42.466 42.599 44.374 46.899 44.566 41.266 263.170
Sergey Khorokhordin 14.233 14.866 14.900 13.533
Maxim Devyatovskiy 14.466 15.233 14.966 13.300
David Belyavskiy 13.100 14.800 15.700 14.700 14.433
Anton Golotsutskov 14.900 16.133
Igor Pakhomenko 14.566 14.275
Andrey Cherkasov 15.066
7  Great Britain 41.775 43.899 41.932 47.899 42.932 42.666 261.103
Kristian Thomas 13.200 14.333 14.333
Daniel Purvis 14.850 13.533 15.933 14.766 14.233
Samuel Hunter 14.566 13.566 14.100
Theo Seager 13.725 13.266 15.900
Ruslan Panteleymonov 14.333 16.066 14.600
Louis Smith 15.800
8  South Korea 42.433 41.099 42.649 48.132 42.999 42.640 259.952
Yoo Won-Chul 14.833 14.600 12.466
Kim Ji-Hoon 14.100 13.133 15.308
Sin Seob 14.100
Kim Soo-Myun 14.833 13.500 15.833 14.566 14.866
Yang Hak-Seon 13.500 13.666 16.666
Ha Chang-Ju 14.466 15.633 13.833

Individual all-around[edit]

In all 299 men competed in the qualifying round. Of these 164 complete all six apparatus. Each nation had up to six entrants, but were limited to two qualifiers for the 24-man final. Steven Legendre of the US, Kenya Kobayashi of Japan and Kristian Thomas of Great Britain ended 15th, 16th and 17th respectively, but were their nation's third best and did not progress to the final. Ruslan Paneleymonov (Britain, 19th) and Andrey Cherkasov (Russia, 21st) were the others affected by this policy. Kōhei Uchimura was the highest qualifier, more than two points ahead of Philipp Boy.[6]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Danell Leyva United States United States 30 October 1991 18 years
Oldest Evgenij Spiridonov Germany Germany 02/04/82 28 years
Rank Gymnast Gymnastique au sol.svg Cheval d'arçon.svg Gymnastique aux anneaux.svg Saut de cheval.svg Barres parallèles.svg Barre fixe.svg Total
1st  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN) 15.566 15.000 15.133 16.266 15.300 15.066 92.331
2nd  Philipp Boy (GER) 15.000 14.666 14.566 15.650 15.166 15.000 90.048
3rd  Jonathan Horton (USA) 14.866 13.833 15.366 15.566 15.200 15.033 89.864
4  Mykola Kuksenkov (UKR) 14.666 14.766 14.600 15.700 14.933 15.166 89.831
5  Daniel Purvis (GBR) 15.066 14.300 14.166 15.900 14.933 14.600 88.965
6  Lü Bo (CHN) 14.366 14.366 14.800 16.033 14.766 14.633 88.964
7  Sergey Khorokhordin (RUS) 14.433 14.466 14.933 15.466 14.066 15.300 88.664
8  Koji Uematsu (JPN) 14.566 14.200 13.733 15.556 15.533 14.800 88.398
9  Samuel Hunter (GBR) 14.433 14.966 14.033 15.600 14.700 14.633 88.365
10  Alexander Shatilov (ISR) 15.200 14.066 13.941 15.666 14.666 14.666 88.205
11  Teng Haibin (CHN) 14.033 14.000 14.033 15.791 15.533 14.766 88.156
12  Kim Soo-Myun (KOR) 13.700 15.000 13.733 15.966 14.800 14.800 87.999
13  Cyril Tommasone (FRA) 14.100 15.533 14.091 15.333 14.633 13.866 87.556
14  Anton Fokin (UZB) 14.083 14.466 14.133 15.683 15.133 13.933 87.431
15  Tomás González (CHI) 15.191 13.366 14.466 15.966 14.400 13.833 87.222
16  Flavius Koczi (ROU) 14.266 13.900 14.375 16.433 14.650 13.333 86.957
17  Evgenij Spiridonov (GER) 14.166 14.466 14.200 15.383 14.333 14.500 86.498
18  Danell Leyva (USA) 14.733 12.900 14.325 15.666 13.566 15.666 86.856
19  Maxim Devyatovskiy (RUS) 14.900 11.116 15.066 16.066 15.033 14.566 86.797
20  Dzmitry Savitski (BLR) 13.816 14.000 14.566 15.500 14.950 13.900 86.732
21  Yoo Won-Chul (KOR) 13.633 12.500 14.825 15.500 14.866 15.066 86.390
22  Luis Vargas Velásquez (PUR) 13.100 14.133 13.933 15.516 14.733 14.833 86.248
23  Luis Rivera (PUR) 14.400 14.100 14.866 15.900 12.533 13.700 85.499
24  Sergio Muñoz (ESP) 13.336 12.666 14.466 15.900 12.900 14.466 83.764

Floor[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Eleftherios Kosmidis Greece Greece 06/05/91 19 years
Oldest Thomas Bouhail France France 03/07/86 24 years
Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Total
1st  Eleftherios Kosmidis (GRE) 6.600 9.100 15.700
2nd  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN) 6.500 9.033 15.533
3rd  Daniel Purvis (GBR) 6.500 8.866 15.366
4  Alexander Shatilov (ISR) 6.400 8.933 15.333
5  Thomas Bouhail (FRA) 6.100 9.100 15.200
6  Eddie Penev (BUL) 6.600 8.566 0.100 15.066
7  Flavius Koczi (ROU) 6.200 8.866 15.066
8  Steven Legendre (USA) 6.300 7.300 13.600

Pommel horse[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Louis Smith Great Britain United Kingdom 22 April 1989 21 years
Oldest Saso Bertoncelj Slovenia Slovenia 16 July 1984 26 years
Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Total
1st  Krisztián Berki (HUN) 6.700 9.133 15.833
2nd  Louis Smith (GBR) 6.900 8.833 15.733
3rd  Prashanth Sellathurai (AUS) 6.600 8.966 15.566
4  Cyril Tommasone (FRA) 6.500 8.933 15.433
5  Filip Ude (CRO) 6.300 9.016 15.316
6  Harutyun Merdinyan (ARM) 6.400 8.766 15.166
7  Donna Donny Truyens (BEL) 5.600 8.533 14.133
8  Sašo Bertoncelj (SVN) 6.200 7.733 13.933

Rings[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Koji Yamamuro Japan Japan 17 January 1989 21 years
Oldest Matteo Morandi Italy Italy 08/10/81 29 years
Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Total
1st  Chen Yibing (CHN) 6.800 9.100 15.900
2nd  Yan Mingyong (CHN) 6.800 8.900 15.700
3rd  Matteo Morandi (ITA) 6.700 8.966 15.666
4  Koji Yamamuro (JPN) 6.700 8.800 15.500
5  Yoo Won-Chul (KOR) 6.600 8.833 15.433
6  Ivan San Miguel (ESP) 6.500 8.833 15.333
7  Kenya Kobayashi (JPN) 6.400 8.900 15.300
8  Chen Chih Yu (TPE) 6.700 8.566 15.266

Vault[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Yang Hak-Seon South Korea South Korea 06/12/92 17 years
Oldest Dzmitry Kaspiarovich Belarus Belarus 15 October 1977 33 years

Thomas Bouhail became the first French gymnast to become a world champion.[7]

Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Score 1 D Score E Score Pen. Score 2 Total
1st  Thomas Bouhail (FRA) 7.000 9.366 16.366 7.000 9.533 16.533 16.449
2nd  Anton Golotsutskov (RUS) 7.000 9.433 16.433 7.000 9.300 16.300 16.366
3rd  Dzmitry Kaspiarovich (BLR) 7.000 9.233 16.233 7.000 9.400 16.400 16.316
4  Yang Hak-Seon (KOR) 7.000 9.400 16.400 7.000 9.133 16.133 16.266
5  Flavius Koczi (ROU) 7.000 9.233 16.233 7.000 9.183 16.183 16.208
6  Andriy Isayev (UKR) 6.600 9.266 15.866 7.000 9.233 16.233 16.049
7  Luis Rivera (PUR) 6.600 9.375 15.975 6.600 9.316 15.916 15.945
8  Jeffrey Wammes (NED) 6.800 9.300 0.1 16.000 6.600 8.900 15.500 15.750
Rank Gymnast Vault 1 Vault 2 Total

Parallel bars[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Kōhei Uchimura Japan Japan 03/01/89 21 years
Oldest Ildar Valeiev Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 18 February 1974 36 years
Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Total
1st  Feng Zhe (CHN) 6.700 9.266 15.966
2nd  Teng Haibin (CHN) 6.400 9.216 15.616
3rd  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN) 6.400 9.100 15.500
4  Fabian Hambüchen (GER) 6.300 9.066 15.366
5  Koji Uematsu (JPN) 6.500 8.733 15.233
6  Adam Kierzkowski (POL) 6.000 9.200 15.200
7  Ildar Valeiev (KAZ) 6.900 8.283 15.183
8  Samuel Piasecky (SVK) 6.300 8.866 15.166

Horizontal bar[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Danell Leyva United States United States 30 October 1991 18 years
Oldest Epke Zonderland Netherlands Netherlands 16 April 1986 24 years

Zhang Chenglong of China edged out local favorite Epke Zonderland by 0.133 to win this event.[8]

Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Total
1st  Zhang Chenglong (CHN) 7.500 8.666 16.166
2nd  Epke Zonderland (NED) 7.300 8.733 16.033
3rd  Fabian Hambüchen (GER) 7.100 8.866 15.966
4  Philipp Boy (GER) 7.300 8.533 15.833
5  Danell Leyva (USA) 7.100 8.566 15.666
6  Christopher Brooks (USA) 6.600 8.783 15.383
7  Feng Zhe (CHN) 6.600 8.566 15.166
8  Koji Uematsu (JPN) 7.200 6.800 14.000

Women's results[edit]

Team all-around[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Anna Dementyeva Russia Russia 28 December 1994 15 years
Oldest Elizabeth Tweddle United Kingdom United Kingdom 01 April 1985 25 years

As with the men, the top three scores from each country for each apparatus was counted towards the total. In the qualifying round, the top four scores were included. In all, 34 nations entered the qualifying round. Russia came second in each of the four disciplines to qualify first overall. China came first in the uneven bars and third and fourth in the remaining apparatus, to qualify second overall. The United States was first in vault and beam, but only fifth in floor, and came third overall. Less than one point separated the top three. Romania came first in floor to qualify fourth, more than five points behind the US. There were more than 3 points down to the next two qualifiers, Great Britain and Australia. The host nation missed qualification by 1.6 points.[4]

Russia won their first ever women's team title. It was a close-run contest with the result hinging on Russia's final floor performer.[9] In the final, the US came sixth in the floor, losing 2.666 to Russia and 1.566 to China on this apparatus. The US' third-best floor score was the lowest of the 24 included scores for the apparatus. After qualifying in last place, Japan improved to finish fifth in the final.[4] He Kexin of China posted the highest score of the meet on the uneven bars, scoring a 16.133 in the team finals. This made her the only female gymnast of the meet to score in the 16's.

Rank Team Saut de cheval.svg Barres asymétriques.svg Poutre.svg Gymnastique au sol.svg Total
1st  Russia 45.766(1) 41.899(7) 43.733(2) 43.999(1) 175.397
Aliya Mustafina 15.633 15.600 15.033 14.666
Anna Dementyeva 13.366 14.400 14.533
Tatiana Nabieva 15.400 12.933
Ksenia Afanasyeva 14.800
Ekaterina Kurbatova 14.733
Ksenia Semenova 14.300
2nd  United States 45.666(2) 44.065(2) 43.799(1) 41.666(6) 175.196
Rebecca Bross 14.833 14.866 14.633
Aly Raisman 15.066 14.333 14.500
Alicia Sacramone 15.600 14.600
Mackenzie Caquatto 15.000 14.666
Bridget Sloan 14.566
Mattie Larson 12.533
3rd  China 44.666(3) 44.316(1) 42.566(4) 43.233(2) 174.781
Jiang Yuyuan 14.900 13.433 14.866 14.500
Huang Qiushuang 14.800 14.750 14.000
Sui Lu 13.000 14.733
He Kexin 16.133
Yang Yilin 14.966
Deng Linlin 14.700
4  Romania 44.266(4) 42.232(6) 43.532(3) 43.066(3) 173.096
Ana Porgras 14.466 15.066 14.133
Sandra Izbașa 14.700 14.333 14.200
Diana Chelaru 14.700 14.733
Raluca Haidu 14.866 13.700
Gabriela Drăgoi 14.066 14.133
5  Japan 43.066(7) 43.633(4) 42.232(5) 40.966(7) 169.897
Rie Tanaka 14.300 14.433 13.900 13.400
Koko Tsurumi 13.866 14.900 13.366 13.866
Yuko Shintake 14.300 13.966
Momoko Ozawa 14.900
Mai Yamagishi 13.700
6  Australia 43.499(6) 42.533(5) 40.598(6) 41.999(5) 168.629
Lauren Mitchell 14.800 14.100 13.866 14.700
Georgia Bonora 13.833 13.933 12.866 13.633
Ashleigh Brennan 13.866 13.666
Emily Little 14.866
Larissa Miller 14.500
7  United Kingdom 43.732(5) 42.699(3) 37.632(8) 42.765(4) 166.828
Hannah Whelan 13.900 14.133 14.066
Imogen Cairns 14.633 11.833 14.033
Nicole Hibbert 14.366 13.066 11.666
Elizabeth Tweddle 15.733 14.666
Rebecca Downie 14.733
8  Italy 41.965(8) 41.032(8) 39.666(7) 40.766(8) 163.429
Serena Licchetta 14.066 13.300 12.166 13.633
Vanessa Ferrari 13.966 14.066 14.333
Elisabetta Preziosa 13.933 14.000
Lia Parolari 13.500 12.800
Eleonora Rando 13.666

Individual all-around[edit]

In all 216 women competed in the qualifying round. Of these 142 completed all four apparatus. Each nation had up to six entrants, but were limited to two qualifiers for the 24-woman final. The highest ranked person affected by this was Mackenzie Caquatto, who was the third highest American. She finished ninth, less than 1.2 from the third highest qualifier. Mattie Larson (USA, 11th), Ksenia Afanasyeva (Russia, 17th) and Emily Little (Australia, 23rd) were the others in the top 24 to be excluded from the final. Aliya Mustafina qualified first, 1.585 ahead of Rebecca Bross. Aly Raisman qualified third, but she fell in the uneven bars in the final, and came equal last in that apparatus to end up 13th overall. Jiang Yuyuan qualified fourth, but placed second in the final.[10]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Celine Van Gerner Netherlands Netherlands 01/12/94 15 years
Oldest Daniele Hypólito Brazil Brazil 08/09/84 26 years
Rank Gymnast Saut de cheval.svg Barres asymétriques.svg Poutre.svg Gymnastique au sol.svg Total
1st  Aliya Mustafina (RUS) 15.666 15.300 15.033 15.033 61.032
2nd  Jiang Yuyuan (CHN) 14.833 15.533 15.066 14.566 59.998
3rd  Rebecca Bross (USA) 14.700 14.933 14.100 15.233 58.966
4  Huang Qiushuang (CHN) 14.766 15.200 14.700 13.700 58.366
5  Ana Porgras (ROU) 13.966 14.466 15.433 14.300 58.165
6  Lauren Mitchell (AUS) 14.733 13.900 14.900 14.600 58.133
7  Tatiana Nabieva (RUS) 15.466 15.133 13.266 13.433 57.298
8  Ariella Kaeslin (SUI) 15.300 13.700 14.200 13.700 56.900
9  Raluca Oana Haidu (ROU) 14.666 13.400 14.466 13.800 56.332
10  Jessica Lopez (VEN) 14.433 13.966 13.866 14.033 56.298
11  Vanessa Ferrari (ITA) 13.833 13.866 14.233 14.233 56.165
12  Elisabeth Seitz (GER) 14.766 14.733 13.458 13.200 56.157
13  Aly Raisman (USA) 14.900 11.700 14.466 14.633 55.699
14  Georgia Bonora (AUS) 13.966 13.833 14.466 13.433 55.698
15  Jade Barbosa (BRA) 14.866 12.900 14.166 13.733 55.665
16  Hannah Whelan (GBR) 13.866 13.433 14.200 14.000 55.499
17  Rie Tanaka (JPN) 14.033 14.066 13.900 13.333 55.332
18  Daniele Hypólito (BRA) 14.100 13.000 14.066 14.100 55.266
19  Celine Van Gerner (NED) 13.866 14.100 13.000 14.200 55.166
20  Marta Pihan-Kulesza (POL) 13.766 12.500 14.333 14.133 54.732
21  Koko Tsurumi (JPN) 13.866 12.900 14.600 13.300 54.666
22  Nicole Hibbert (GBR) 13.966 14.000 13.200 13.400 54.566
23  Aurelie Malaussena (FRA) 14.166 13.966 14.033 12.100 54.265
24  Elisabetta Preziosa (ITA) 13.933 11.700 14.200 13.100 52.933

Vault[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Tatiana Nabieva Russia Russia 21 November 1994 15 years
Oldest Ariella Kaeslin Switzerland Switzerland 11/10/87 23 years

Tatiana Nabieva's assistant coach Alexander Kiryashov contested Nabieva's reduced start value on her first vault. Nabieva's 1st vault's S.V. was a 6.5, attempting a 2.5 twist, but was brought down to a 5.8 when she didn't complete the twist. Her 2nd vault had originally had a 6.1 start value, but then she was penalized once again for piking her form and landing out of bounds and was brought down to a 5.7.

Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Score 1 D Score E Score Pen. Score 2 Total
1st  Alicia Sacramone (USA) 6.300 9.100 15.400 5.800 9.200 15.000 15.200
2nd  Aliya Mustafina (RUS) 6.500 9.233 15.733 5.700 8.800 0.1 14.400 15.066
3rd  Jade Barbosa (BRA) 5.800 9.133 14.933 5.600 9.066 14.666 14.799
4  Ariella Kaeslin (SUI) 6.300 8.866 15.166 5.800 8.700 0.1 14.400 14.783
5  Tatiana Nabieva (RUS) 5.800 8.933 14.733 5.700 8.866 0.1 14.466 14.599
6  Jo Hyun Joo (KOR) 5.600 8.700 14.300 5.800 8.866 14.666 14.483
7  Diana Chelaru (ROU) 5.800 8.900 14.700 4.800 8.633 13.433 14.066
8  Imogen Cairns (GBR) 5.300 9.133 14.433 4.800 8.766 13.566 13.999
Rank Gymnast Vault 1 Vault 2 Total

Uneven bars[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Aliya Mustafina Russia Russia 30 September 1994 16 years
Oldest Elizabeth Tweddle Great Britain United Kingdom 01/04/85 25 years
Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Total
1st  Elizabeth Tweddle (GBR) 6.800 8.933 15.733
2nd  Aliya Mustafina (RUS) 6.800 8.800 15.600
3rd  Rebecca Bross (USA) 6.200 8.866 15.066
4  Bridget Sloan (USA) 6.000 8.666 14.666
5  Ana Porgras (ROU) 6.200 8.400 14.600
6  Huang Qiushuang (CHN) 7.000 7.400 14.400
7  He Kexin (CHN) 6.300 7.666 13.966
8  Elisabeth Seitz (GER) 4.200 6.266 10.466

Balance beam[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Anna Dementyeva Russia Russia 28 December 1994 15 years
Oldest Alicia Sacramone United States United States 03/12/87 22 years
Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Total
1st  Ana Porgras (ROU) 6.500 8.866 15.366
2nd  Rebecca Bross (USA) 6.500 8.733 15.233
2nd  Deng Linlin (CHN) 6.600 8.633 15.233
4  Lauren Mitchell (AUS) 6.600 8.600 15.200
5  Alicia Sacramone (USA) 6.100 8.966 15.066
6  Anna Dementyeva (RUS) 6.200 7.766 13.966
7  Aliya Mustafina (RUS) 5.900 7.866 13.766
8  Yana Demyanchuk (UKR) 6.200 7.533 13.733

Floor[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Aliya Mustafina Russia Russia 30 September 1994 16 years
Oldest Sandra Izbașa Romania Romania 18 June 1990 20 years

Lauren Mitchell became the first Australian female world champion in gymnastics, posting the highest score after being last to perform in the final. Defending champion Beth Tweddle of Great Britain failed to qualify.[8]

Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Total
1st  Lauren Mitchell (AUS) 5.900 8.933 14.833
2nd  Aliya Mustafina (RUS) 5.800 8.966 14.766
2nd  Diana Chelaru (ROU) 5.900 8.866 14.766
4  Aly Raisman (USA) 5.700 9.016 14.716
5  Sui Lu (CHN) 5.700 8.966 14.666
6  Vanessa Ferrari (ITA) 5.500 9.100 14.600
7  Sandra Izbașa (ROU) 5.900 8.833 0.8 13.983
8  Ksenia Afanasyeva (RUS) 5.800 6.900 12.700

Medal count[edit]

Women's all-around champion Aliya Mustafina won three individual apparatus medals, accounting for four of Russia' five medals in individual events. Men's all-around champion Kōhei Uchimura was involved in all of Japan's four medals, one of them a silver in the teams' event.[7]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  China 4 4 1 9
2  Russia 2 4 0 6
3  United States 1 2 3 6
4  Japan 1 2 1 4
5  Great Britain 1 1 1 3
6  Romania 1 1 0 2
7  Australia 1 0 1 2
8  Hungary 1 0 0 1
 France 1 0 0 1
 Greece 1 0 0 1
11  Germany 0 1 2 3
12  Netherlands 0 1 0 1
13  Brazil 0 0 1 1
 Belarus 0 0 1 1
 Italy 0 0 1 1
TOTAL 14 16 12 42

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Drawing of lots in Rotterdam". Retrieved 7 August 2010. 
  2. ^ "Programme". Archived from the original on 12 June 2010. Retrieved 29 June 2010. 
  3. ^ "Gymnasts". Archived from the original on 12 June 2010. Retrieved 29 June 2010. 
  4. ^ a b c d http://www.gymnasticsresults.com/worlds/2010/wag/qteams.pdf
  5. ^ a b c d http://www.gymnasticsresults.com/worlds/2010/mag/qteams.pdf
  6. ^ http://www.gymnasticsresults.com/worlds/2010/mag/qaa.pdf
  7. ^ a b Moore, Emmeline. "AFP: Mitchell, Bouhail make gymnastics history". Google.com. Archived from the original on 29 October 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-27. 
  8. ^ a b Williams, Ollie (24 October 2010). "BBC Sport – Gymnastics – World Gymnastics 2010: Lauren Mitchell wins floor gold". BBC News. Archived from the original on 27 October 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-27. 
  9. ^ Williams, Ollie (20 October 2010). "BBC Sport – Gymnastics – World Gymnastics 2010: GB women seventh in team final". BBC News. Archived from the original on 28 October 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-27. 
  10. ^ http://www.gymnasticsresults.com/worlds/2010/wag/qaa.pdf

External links[edit]

Official website