2013 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

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2013 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
Dates 30 September – 6 October 2013
Venue Antwerp's Sports Palace
Location Antwerp, Belgium

The 2013 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships were held in Antwerp, Belgium, from 30 September to 6 October 2013 at Antwerp's Sports Palace.[1] Kōhei Uchimura won the men's all-around gold medal and finished the competition with four total medals. Simone Biles won the women's all-around title and also finished the competition with four medals.

Competition schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
30 September 2013 10:00 Men's qualifying (Day 1)
1 October 2013 10:00 Men's qualifying (Day 2)
14:00 Women's qualifying (Day 1)
2 October 2013 13:30 Women's qualifying (Day 2)
3 October 2013 20:00 Men's all-around final
4 October 2013 20:00 Women's all-around final
Date Time Round
5 October 2013 14:30 Men's floor final
14:55 Women's vault final
15:45 Men's pommel horse final
16:10 Women's uneven bars final
16:35 Men's rings final
6 October 2013 14:30 Men's vault final
14:55 Women's balance beam final
15:45 Men's parallel bars final
16:10 Women's floor final
16:40 Men's horizontal bar final

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
Individual all-around
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 Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)  Ryohei Kato (JPN)  Fabian Hambüchen (GER)
Floor
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 Kenzo Shirai (JPN)  Jacob Dalton (USA)  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)
Pommel horse
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 Kohei Kameyama (JPN)  Max Whitlock (GBR)
 Daniel Corral (MEX)
none awarded
Rings
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 Arthur Zanetti (BRA)  Aleksandr Balandin (RUS)  Brandon Wynn (USA)
Vault
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 Yang Hak-Seon (KOR)  Steven Legendre (USA)  Kristian Thomas (GBR)
Parallel bars
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 Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)
 Lin Chaopan (CHN)
none awarded  John Orozco (USA)
Horizontal bar
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 Epke Zonderland (NED)  Fabian Hambüchen (GER)  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)
Women
Individual all-around
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 Simone Biles (USA)  Kyla Ross (USA)  Aliya Mustafina (RUS)
Vault
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 McKayla Maroney (USA)  Simone Biles (USA)  Hong Un-Jong (PRK)
Uneven bars
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 Huang Huidan (CHN)  Kyla Ross (USA)  Aliya Mustafina (RUS)
Balance beam
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 Aliya Mustafina (RUS)  Kyla Ross (USA)  Simone Biles (USA)
Floor
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 Simone Biles (USA)  Vanessa Ferrari (ITA)  Larisa Iordache (ROU)

Men's results[edit]

Individual all-around[edit]

The final was held on 3 October.[2] Kōhei Uchimura won his fourth consecutive all-around world championship, outscoring silver medalist Ryohei Kato by 1.958 points. Uchimura became the first gymnast to win four world all-around titles. He posted the highest score on three of the six apparatuses.[3]

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
1  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN) 15.558 15.133 15.100 15.333 15.333 15.533 91.990
2  Ryohei Kato (JPN) 15.500 14.600 14.666 14.800 15.300 15.166 90.032
3  Fabian Hambüchen (GER) 15.133 13.333 14.800 14.900 15.233 15.933 89.332
4  Max Whitlock (GBR) 15.266 15.633 14.266 14.733 14.533 14.600 89.031
5  Sérgio Sasaki (BRA) 15.133 14.250 14.600 15.200 14.900 14.866 88.949
6  Sam Mikulak (USA) 15.366 14.608 14.775 14.833 15.200 13.766 88.548
7  Daniel Purvis (GBR) 15.133 14.333 14.341 15.033 15.000 14.266 88.106
8  Andrey Likhovitskiy (BLR) 14.266 15.000 14.166 14.133 15.058 14.800 87.423
9  Lin Chaopan (CHN) 14.466 14.766 14.433 14.133 15.100 13.966 86.864
10  Zhou Shixiong (CHN) 14.833 13.066 14.066 14.700 15.400 14.566 86.631
11  Fabian González (ESP) 14.800 14.500 13.966 14.900 13.200 15.000 86.366
12  David Belyavskiy (RUS) 14.633 13.933 14.533 14.900 14.675 13.600 86.274
13  Arnaud Willig (FRA) 14.300 14.125 14.466 14.066 14.700 14.333 85.990
14  Bart Deurloo (NED) 14.800 13.700 13.366 14.233 14.166 15.466 85.731
15  Oleh Vernyayev (UKR) 15.133 13.800 14.733 15.166 15.000 11.833 85.665
16  Pablo Braegger (SUI) 14.183 13.916 14.133 13.833 14.566 14.633 85.264
17  Arthur Oyakawa (BRA) 15.033 11.633 14.166 14.900 14.508 14.900 85.140
18  Casimir Schmidt (NED) 15.000 12.700 14.108 14.733 14.066 13.600 84.207
19  Gustavo Palma Simões (POR) 14.300 13.766 14.800 13.766 13.166 13.700 83.298
20  Nestor Abad (ESP) 14.466 12.825 13.566 14.400 13.400 14.433 83.090
21  Ángel Ramos (PUR) 14.600 10.466 13.466 14.500 13.566 14.366 80.964
22  Park Min-Soo (KOR) 13.866 11.700 14.300 13.066 13.400 14.566 80.898
23  Oliver Hegi (SUI) 13.933 13.766 13.700 14.666 15.000 7.100 78.165
24  Jossimar Calvo (COL) 14.575 14.433 13.866 15.400 11.233 69.507

Floor[edit]

The final was held on 5 October.[4] Japan's Kenzo Shirai became the first gymnast to perform a quadruple twist at the final of a major event; he won the gold medal.[5]

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1  Kenzo Shirai (JPN) 7.400 8.600 16.000
2  Jacob Dalton (USA) 6.700 8.900 15.600
3  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN) 6.400 9.100 15.500
4  Daniel Purvis (GBR) 6.500 8.900 15.400
5  Diego Hypólito (BRA) 6.900 8.466 15.366
5  Steven Legendre (USA) 6.800 8.566 15.366
7  Fabian Hambüchen (GER) 6.500 8.800 15.300
8  Scott Morgan (CAN) 6.400 8.433 14.833

Pommel horse[edit]

The final was held on 5 October.[6] Kohei Kameyama of Japan won the gold medal.[5]

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1  Kohei Kameyama (JPN) 6.900 8.933 15.833
2  Max Whitlock (GBR) 7.200 8.433 15.633
2  Daniel Corral (MEX) 6.800 8.833 15.633
4  Zhang Hongtao (CHN) 6.600 9.000 15.600
4  Alberto Busnari (ITA) 7.100 8.500 15.600
6  Robert Seligman (CRO) 6.400 9.033 15.433
7  Matvei Petrov (RUS) 6.700 8.716 15.416
8  Prashanth Sellathurai (AUS) 6.600 7.433 14.033

Rings[edit]

The final was held on 5 October.[7] Arthur Zanetti, the Olympic champion in this event, won the gold.[5]

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1  Arthur Zanetti (BRA) 6.800 9.000 15.800
2  Aleksandr Balandin (RUS) 6.900 8.833 15.733
3  Brandon Wynn (USA) 6.700 8.966 15.666
4  Liu Yang (CHN) 6.800 8.833 15.633
5  Yuri van Gelder (NED) 6.900 8.633 15.533
6  Samir Ait Said (FRA) 6.800 8.700 15.500
7  Koji Yamamuro (JPN) 6.800 8.633 15.433
8  Danny Pinheiro (FRA) 6.900 7.666 14.566

Vault[edit]

The final was held on 6 October.[8] The Olympic vault champion, Yang Hak-Seon, took the gold.[9]

Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Score 1 D Score E Score Pen. Score 2 Total
1  Yang Hak-Seon (KOR) 6.400 9.333 15.733 6.000 9.333 15.333 15.533
2  Steven Legendre (USA) 6.000 9.266 15.266 6.000 9.233 15.233 15.249
3  Kristian Thomas (GBR) 6.000 9.500 15.500 5.600 9.366 14.966 15.233
4  Kenzo Shirai (JPN) 6.000 9.466 0.1 15.366 5.600 9.300 14.900 15.133
5  Sergio Sasaki (BRA) 6.000 9.333 15.333 5.600 9.266 14.866 15.099
6  Diego Hypólito (BRA) 5.600 9.336 14.966 5.800 9.333 15.133 15.049
7  Marius Berbecar (ROU) 5.600 9.200 14.800 5.600 9.300 14.900 14.850
8  Oleh Vernyayev (UKR) 6.000 9.133 15.133 6.000 8.066 0.3 13.766 14.449
Rank Gymnast Vault 1 Vault 2 Total

Parallel bars[edit]

The final was held on 6 October. Kōhei Uchimura of Japan and Lin Chaopan of China shared the gold medal.[10]

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN) 6.700 8.966 15.666
1  Lin Chaopan (CHN) 6.700 8.966 15.666
3  John Orozco (USA) 6.800 8.733 15.533
4  You Hao (CHN) 6.900 8.600 15.500
5  Epke Zonderland (NED) 6.500 8.800 15.300
6  Marius Daniel Berbecar (ROU) 6.500 8.500 15.000
7  Brandon Wynn (USA) 6.300 7.966 14.266
8  Vasileios Tsolakidis (GRE) 5.600 7.833 13.433
9  Anton Fokin (UZB) 5.500 6.966 12.466

Horizontal bar[edit]

The final was held on 6 October.[11] Epke Zonderland, the reigning Olympic champion, had a routine "full of gravity-defying leaps" and won the gold medal.[9]

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1  Epke Zonderland (NED) 7.700 8.300 16.000
2  Fabian Hambüchen (GER) 7.400 8.533 15.933
3  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN) 6.900 8.733 15.633
4  Samuel Mikulak (USA) 6.900 8.666 15.566
5  Jossimar Calvo Moreno (COL) 7.200 8.266 15.466
6  Andreas Bretschneider (GER) 6.900 8.258 15.158
7  Ryohei Kato (JPN) 6.400 8.625 15.025
8  Lin Chaopan (CHN) 6.900 8.000 14.900

Women's results[edit]

Qualifications[edit]

Individual all-around[edit]

The final was held on 4 October.[12] The top two finishers were Simone Biles and Kyla Ross, both of the United States. It was the third time since 2005 that the US won the World Championship all-around gold and silver medals.[13] Ross led going into the final apparatus, floor exercise, but Biles had a higher start value and overtook Ross to win the gold medal by 0.884 points. Russia's Aliya Mustafina, the 2010 champion in this event, won the bronze.[14]

Rank Gymnast Saut de cheval.svg Barres asymétriques.svg Poutre.svg Gymnastique au sol.svg Total
1  Simone Biles (USA) 15.850 14.700 14.433 15.233 60.216
2  Kyla Ross (USA) 15.366 15.100 14.533 14.333 59.332
3  Aliya Mustafina (RUS) 14.891 15.233 14.166 14.566 58.856
4  Larisa Iordache (ROU) 15.033 14.200 13.833 14.700 57.766
5  Yao Jinnan (CHN) 14.800 15.333 13.633 13.866 57.632
6  Vanessa Ferrari (ITA) 14.400 13.700 14.166 14.466 56.732
7  Giulia Steingruber (SUI) 15.300 13.200 13.733 14.466 56.699
8  Shang Chunsong (CHN) 14.000 14.466 13.700 13.966 56.132
9  Asuka Teramoto (JPN) 14.000 14.033 14.033 13.466 55.532
10  Victoria Moors (CAN) 14.733 13.800 12.300 14.633 55.466
11  Carlotta Ferlito (ITA) 14.333 13.233 14.100 13.733 55.399
12  Roxana Popa (ESP) 14.800 13.533 12.933 14.100 55.366
13  Ellie Black (CAN) 14.533 12.866 14.133 13.433 54.965
14  Noemi Makra (HUN) 13.700 13.633 13.900 13.533 54.766
15  Elisabeth Seitz (GER) 14.833 13.733 12.433 12.666 53.665
16  Anna Rodionova (RUS) 14.141 13.758 12.066 13.333 53.298
17  Ruby Harrold (GBR) 13.900 14.533 11.066 13.700 53.199
18  Gaelle Mys (BEL) 13.958 12.366 13.666 12.966 52.956
19  Rebecca Tunney (GBR) 14.866 13.033 11.966 13.000 52.865
20  Noel van Klaveren (NED) 14.966 10.633 12.733 13.633 51.965
21  Laura Waem (BEL) 13.800 13.533 12.233 12.366 51.932
22  Ilaria Kaeslin (SUI) 13.800 13.100 12.433 12.233 51.566
23  Natsumi Sasada (JPN) 13.966 10.366 13.500 13.233 51.065
24  Vasiliki Millousi (GRE) 13.166 10.500 12.800 13.066 49.532

Vault[edit]

The final was held on 5 October.[15] Defending champion McKayla Maroney received 15.724 points and won the gold medal. As the last gymnast to perform, she nearly stuck her Amanar vault for a 15.966, and then her Yurchenko half-on, front layout full off earned a score of 15.483. Simone Biles, who had won the all-around title the day before, won silver in this event.[16] 2008 Olympic Vault Champion Hong Un Jong took the bronze.

Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Score 1 D Score E Score Pen. Score 2 Total
1  McKayla Maroney (USA) 6.300 9.766 0.1 15.966 6.000 9.483 15.483 15.724
2  Simone Biles (USA) 6.300 9.633 15.933 5.600 9.658 15.258 15.595
3  Hong Un-Jong (PRK) 6.300 9.266 15.566 6.400 9.000 15.400 15.483
4  Giulia Steingruber (SUI) 6.200 9.300 15.500 5.800 9.166 14.966 15.233
5  Oksana Chusovitina (UZB) 6.200 8.533 0.1 14.633 5.500 9.033 14.533 14.583
6  Phan Thi Ha Thanh (VIE) 6.200 8.866 0.1 14.966 5.800 7.933 0.1 13.633 14.299
7  Yamilet Peña (DOM) 7.000 7.766 0.3 14.466 5.800 7.666 13.466 13.966
8  Chantysha Netteb (NED) 5.800 8.100 13.900 0.000 0.000 0.000 6.950

Uneven bars[edit]

The final was held on 5 October.[17] Kyla Ross, who had won the all-around silver medal the day before, won another silver in this event. Huang Huidan took the gold, and Olympic champion Aliya Mustafina took the bronze.[5]

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1  Huang Huidan (CHN) 6.600 8.800 15.400
2  Kyla Ross (USA) 6.400 8.866 15.266
3  Aliya Mustafina (RUS) 6.500 8.533 15.033
4  Simone Biles (USA) 6.100 8.616 14.716
5  Sophie Scheder (GER) 6.400 8.283 14.683
6  Yao Jinnan (CHN) 6.900 7.733 14.633
7  Ruby Harrold (GBR) 6.300 8.033 14.333
8  Becky Downie (GBR) 6.400 7.400 13.800

Balance beam[edit]

The final was held on 6 October.[18] Aliya Mustafina won the gold medal, finishing ahead of Americans Kyla Ross and Simone Biles.[9] All three filed petitions to change their difficulty scores but only Ross' and Biles' were accepted.

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1  Aliya Mustafina (RUS) 6.000 8.900 14.900
2  Kyla Ross (USA) 6.000 8.833 14.833
3  Simone Biles (USA) 6.100 8.233 14.333
4  Vanessa Ferrari (ITA) 5.700 8.600 14.300
5  Carlotta Ferlito (ITA) 5.900 8.383 14.283
6  Shang Chunsong (CHN) 6.200 7.933 14.133
7  Larisa Iordache (ROU) 6.300 7.633 13.933
8  Anna Rodionova (RUS) 5.700 7.400 13.100

Floor[edit]

The final was held on 6 October.[19] Simone Biles won her second gold and fourth total medal of the competition.[9]

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1  Simone Biles (USA) 6.500 8.500 15.000
2  Vanessa Ferrari (ITA) 6.200 8.433 14.633
3  Larisa Iordache (ROU) 6.100 8.500 14.600
4  Mai Murakami (JPN) 6.200 8.266 14.466
5  Kyla Ross (USA) 5.700 8.633 14.333
5  Giulia Steingruber (SUI) 6.100 8.233 14.333
7  Sandra Izbașa (ROU) 6.100 7.633 13.733
8  Ellie Black (CAN) 5.700 7.966 0.1 13.566

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Japan 4 1 2 7
2  United States 3 6 3 12
3  China 2 0 0 2
4  Russia 1 1 2 4
5  Brazil 1 0 0 1
 Netherlands 1 0 0 1
 South Korea 1 0 0 1
8  Germany 0 1 1 2
 Great Britain 0 1 1 2
10  Italy 0 1 0 1
 Mexico 0 1 0 1
12  North Korea 0 0 1 1
 Romania 0 0 1 1
Total 13 12 11 36

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