2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

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2015 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships
SSE Hydro in Glasgow.jpg
The SSE Hydro, where the competition took place
Venue The SSE Hydro
Location United Kingdom Glasgow, United Kingdom
Start date 23 October 2015
End date 1 November 2015
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The 2015 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships was the forty-sixth edition of the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships.[1][2] The competition was held from 23 October – 1 November 2015 at The SSE Hydro in Glasgow, United Kingdom, and is the first time that Scotland hosted the event.[3] The competition served as a qualification for the 2016 Summer Olympics.[4]

Japan won the men's team all-around competition for the first time since 1978, and the United States won the women's team all-around title for the third straight time. In the individual all-around competitions, Kōhei Uchimura and Simone Biles won their sixth and third successive title, respectively. Qualifying in thirteenth place, team Romania failed to automatically qualify to the Olympic Games for the first time since 1966.

On December 4, 2015, British Gymnastics announced that the event had been named "Sporting Event of the Year" by The Sunday Mail.[5]

Competition schedule[edit]

Date Time Round
23 October 2015 09:40 Women's qualifying (Day 1 - morning)
14:40 Women's qualifying (Day 1 - afternoon)
24 October 2015 09:40 Women's qualifying (Day 2 - morning)
14:40 Women's qualifying (Day 2 - afternoon)
25 October 2015 09:40 Men's qualifying (Day 1 - morning)
16:10 Men's qualifying (Day 1 - afternoon)
26 October 2015 09:40 Men's qualifying (Day 2 - morning)
16:10 Men's qualifying (Day 2 - afternoon)
27 October 2015 18:15 Women's team final
28 October 2015 17:30 Men's team final
29 October 2015 18:25 Women's all-around final
30 October 2015 17:45 Men's all-around final
31 October 2015 13:30 Apparatus finals
1 November 2015 13:30 Apparatus finals

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Venue[edit]

The competition was held in The SSE Hydro, which opened in 2013. This arena hosted the Gymnastics events at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.[7]

Olympic qualification[edit]

As is traditional for any World Championships prior to the Olympic year, the Championships served as the first of two qualification rounds for artistic gymnasts to the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In the qualification round of Worlds, the top 8 teams in both MAG and WAG competitions received an automatic qualification berth to the Games. Teams placed 9–16th at the World Championships were invited to the 2016 Olympic Test Event in Rio and the top 4 teams from that event made up the 12 teams at the Olympics.

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
Team all-around
details
 Japan
Tomomasa Hasegawa
Naoto Hayasaka
Ryohei Kato
Kazuma Kaya
Kenzō Shirai
Yusuke Tanaka
Kōhei Uchimura
 Great Britain
James Hall
Brinn Bevan
Daniel Purvis
Louis Smith
Kristian Thomas
Max Whitlock
Nile Wilson
 China
Deng Shudi
Lin Chaopan
Liu Rongbing
Liu Yang
Xiao Ruoteng
You Hao
Zhang Chenglong
Individual all-around
details
 Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)  Manrique Larduet (CUB)  Deng Shudi (CHN)
Floor
details
 Kenzō Shirai (JPN)  Max Whitlock (GBR)  Rayderley Zapata (ESP)
Pommel horse
details
 Max Whitlock (GBR)  Louis Smith (GBR)  Harutyun Merdinyan (ARM)
 Kazuma Kaya (JPN)
Rings
details
 Eleftherios Petrounias (GRE)  You Hao (CHN)  Liu Yang (CHN)
Vault
details
 Ri Se-gwang (PRK)  Marian Drăgulescu (ROU)  Donnell Whittenburg (USA)
Parallel bars
details
 You Hao (CHN)  Oleg Vernyayev (UKR)  Oleg Stepko (AZE)
 Deng Shudi (CHN)
Horizontal bar
details
 Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)  Danell Leyva (USA)  Manrique Larduet (CUB)
Women
Team all-around
details
 United States
Simone Biles
Gabby Douglas
Brenna Dowell
Madison Kocian
Maggie Nichols
Aly Raisman
MyKayla Skinner
 China
Chen Siyi
Fan Yilin
Mao Yi
Shang Chunsong
Tan Jiaxin
Wang Yan
Zhu Xiaofang
 Great Britain
Becky Downie
Ellie Downie
Claudia Fragapane
Ruby Harrold
Kelly Simm
Amy Tinkler
Charlie Fellows
Individual all-around
details
 Simone Biles (USA)  Gabby Douglas (USA)  Larisa Iordache (ROU)
Vault
details
 Maria Paseka (RUS)  Hong Un-jong (PRK)  Simone Biles (USA)
Uneven bars
details
 Fan Yilin (CHN)
 Viktoria Komova (RUS)
 Daria Spiridonova (RUS)
 Madison Kocian (USA)
None awarded None awarded
Balance beam
details
 Simone Biles (USA)  Sanne Wevers (NED)  Pauline Schäfer (GER)
Floor
details
 Simone Biles (USA)  Ksenia Afanasyeva (RUS)  Maggie Nichols (USA)

Medal table[edit]

The United States led the medal table for second consecutive time, followed by Japan and Russia, while host Great Britain finished 5th with 5 medals.

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 5 2 3 10
2  Japan 4 0 1 5
3  Russia 3 1 0 4
4  China 2 2 4 8
5  Great Britain 1 3 1 5
6  North Korea 1 1 0 2
7  Greece 1 0 0 1
8  Cuba 0 1 1 2
 Romania 0 1 1 2
10  Netherlands 0 1 0 1
 Ukraine 0 1 0 1
12  Armenia 0 0 1 1
 Azerbaijan 0 0 1 1
 Germany 0 0 1 1
 Spain 0 0 1 1
Total 17 13 15 45

Men's results[edit]

Team competition[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Brinn Bevan  Great Britain June 16, 1997 18 years
Oldest Yoo Won-chul  South Korea July 20, 1984 31 years
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, gold medalist(s) Japan 47.258 (1) 45.166 (1) 43.798 (5) 45.766 (2) 45.665 (5) 43.165 (7) 270.818
Naoto Hayasaka 15.133 14.833
Ryohei Kato 14.733 14.366 15.533 15.033
Kazuma Kaya 15.400
Kenzo Shirai 16.325 15.533
Yusuke Tanaka 14.466 14.266 13.666
Kōhei Uchimura 15.800 15.033 14.966 15.400 15.866 14.466
2nd, silver medalist(s) Great Britain 45.766 (2) 44.999 (2) 43.666 (6) 45.499 (4) 45.532 (6) 44.883 (2) 270.345
Brinn Bevan 13.966 15.133
Daniel Purvis 15.400 14.333 15.466
Louis Smith 15.333
Kristian Thomas 14.600 15.333 15.000
Max Whitlock 15.766 15.700 14.400 15.033 15.033 15.000
Nile Wilson 14.933 15.033 14.833
3rd, bronze medalist(s) China 44.565 (4) 41.565 (7) 45.999 (1) 45.666 (3) 47.765 (1) 44.399 (3) 269.959
Deng Shudi 14.966 14.600 15.233 16.066
Lin Chaopan 15.133 13.466 15.200 15.766 15.333
Liu Yang 15.766
Xiao Ruoteng 13.433 15.233 14.233
You Hao 14.666 15.633 15.933
Zhang Chenglong 14.466 14.833
4 Russia 44.366 (5) 43.600 (3) 44.165 (4) 45.900 (1) 46.266 (2) 44.065 (4) 268.362
Denis Ablyazin 15.100 14.433 15.700
David Belyavskiy 14.666 14.100 14.866 15.200 15.600 14.566
Nikita Ignatyev 14.866 15.400 14.966
Nikolai Kuksenkov 14.800 15.266 14.533
Nikita Nagornyy 14.600 15.000
Ivan Stretovich 14.700
5 United States 43.933 (7) 42.032 (6) 45.066 (2) 44.624 (6) 46.133 (3) 46.065 (1) 267.853
Chris Brooks 14.933
Danell Leyva 13.100 15.800 15.666
Alexander Naddour 15.100 15.066 14.700 14.466
Paul Ruggeri 14.633 15.100 14.733 15.466
Donnell Whittenburg 14.200 13.866 15.166 15.058 15.600
Brandon Wynn 15.200
6 Switzerland 44.232 (6) 42.998 (4) 42.165 (8) 43.333 (8) 45.799 (4) 43.133 (8) 261.660
Christian Baumann 14.666 13.933 15.266 13.300
Pablo Brägger 14.866 13.766 15.133 15.433
Pascal Bucher 13.666 15.333
Claudio Capelli 14.800 14.300
Oliver Hegi 14.666 14.400
Eddy Yusof 14.566 14.466 13.900 15.200
7 South Korea 43.082 (8) 42.066 (5) 42.823 (7) 44.999 (5) 43.832 (7) 43.233 (6) 260.035
Kim Han-sol 15.283 14.166 15.400
Lee Jun-ho 13.433 14.766
Lee Sang-wook 13.200 14.866 14.333
Park Min-soo 14.200 14.066 13.533 14.600
Shin Dong-hyen 14.366 14.666 14.833
Yoo Won-chul 14.591 15.433 14.300
8 Brazil 44.666 (3) 39.432 (8) 44.699 (3) 44.316 (7) 42.932 (8) 43.532 (5) 259.577
Francisco Barretto 11.100 14.966 13.700
Lucas Bitencourt 13.866 14.400 14.600 14.666
Diego Hypólito 15.233 14.716
Arthur Mariano 14.733 14.466 14.700 15.166
Caio Souza 14.700 14.766 14.900 13.366
Arthur Zanetti 15.533

Individual all-around[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Kazuma Kaya  Japan November 19, 1996 18 years
Oldest Andrey Likhovitskiy  Belarus June 23, 1986 29 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, gold medalist(s)  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN) 15.733 15.100 14.933 15.633 15.833 15.100 92.332
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Manrique Larduet (CUB) 14.666 14.300 15.233 15.433 15.733 15.333 90.698
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Deng Shudi (CHN) 15.133 14.400 14.533 15.300 15.933 14.800 90.099
4  Oleg Vernyayev (UKR) 14.975 13.566 15.233 15.300 16.000 14.566 89.640
5  Max Whitlock (GBR) 15.700 16.100 14.516 15.000 15.100 12.833 89.249
6  Nikolai Kuksenkov (RUS) 14.666 14.933 14.800 14.866 15.033 14.900 89.198
7  Daniel Purvis (GBR) 15.166 14.666 14.466 14.900 15.400 14.466 89.064
8  Donnell Whittenburg (USA) 15.266 14.166 15.533 14.533 15.633 13.666 88.797
9  Xiao Ruoteng (CHN) 14.866 14.033 14.266 15.166 14.733 15.166 88.230
10  Kazuma Kaya (JPN) 14.666 15.400 14.033 14.700 14.933 14.466 88.198
11  David Belyavskiy (RUS) 14.700 14.700 14.766 14.033 15.366 14.466 88.031
12  Arthur Mariano (BRA) 15.000 14.500 14.000 14.466 14.800 15.200 87.966
13  Pablo Brägger (SUI) 14.866 13.833 13.800 14.800 15.300 15.200 87.799
14  Bart Deurloo (NED) 15.200 14.666 14.166 14.700 13.466 14.966 87.164
15  Christian Baumann (SUI) 14.200 14.433 14.066 14.416 15.000 14.400 86.515
16  Andrey Likhovitskiy (BLR) 14.066 14.766 13.900 14.100 14.700 14.466 85.998
17  Danell Leyva (USA) 13.733 12.933 14.233 14.300 15.366 14.000 84.565
18  Park Min-soo (KOR) 13.975 14.566 13.766 14.033 14.966 13.033 84.339
19  Rubén López (ESP) 14.266 12.333 14.133 14.666 14.166 14.533 84.097
20  Lucas Bitencourt (BRA) 12.966 14.066 14.200 14.733 13.566 14.300 83.831
21  Cristian Bataga (ROU) 14.500 13.366 14.166 14.558 13.966 13.033 83.589
22  Jim Zona (FRA) 14.733 13.466 12.866 14.433 14.166 13.633 83.297
23  Axel Augis (FRA) 14.233 14.200 14.166 14.866 13.533 11.266 82.264
 Florian Landuyt (BEL) 4.591 14.733 11.866 13.933 45.123

Floor[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Kenzo Shirai  Japan August 24, 1996 19 years
Oldest Tomás González  Chile November 22, 1985 29 years
Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Kenzo Shirai (JPN) 7.600 8.633 16.233
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Max Whitlock (GBR) 6.800 8.766 15.566
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Rayderley Zapata (ESP) 6.700 8.500 15.200
4  Deng Shudi (CHN) 6.700 8.466 15.166
5  Daniel Purvis (GBR) 6.500 8.600 15.100
6  Kim Han-sol (KOR) 6.800 8.133 14.933
7  Manrique Larduet (CUB) 6.800 8.000 14.800
8  Tomás González (CHI) 6.800 8.033 -0.100 14.733

Pommel horse[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Kazuma Kaya  Japan November 19, 1996 18 years
Oldest Harutyun Merdinyan  Armenia August 16, 1984 31 years
Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Max Whitlock (GBR) 7.300 8.833 16.133
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Louis Smith (GBR) 7.200 8.833 16.033
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Harutyun Merdinyan (ARM) 6.700 8.800 15.500
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Kazuma Kaya (JPN) 6.800 8.700 15.500
5  Vid Hidvégi (HUN) 6.600 8.766 15.366
6  Oleg Vernyayev (UKR) 7.000 8.266 15.266
7  Alexander Naddour (USA) 6.700 8.500 15.200
8  Robert Seligman (CRO) 6.400 8.033 14.433

Rings[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Donnell Whittenburg  United States August 18, 1994 21 years
Oldest Yuri van Gelder  Netherlands April 20, 1983 32 years
Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Eleftherios Petrounias (GRE) 6.800 9.000 15.800
2nd, silver medalist(s)  You Hao (CHN) 7.000 8.733 15.733
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Liu Yang (CHN) 6.900 8.800 15.700
4  Samir Aït Saïd (FRA) 6.800 8.833 15.633
5  Brandon Wynn (USA) 6.800 8.800 15.600
6  Yuri van Gelder (NED) 6.800 8.700 15.500
7  Davtyan Vahagn (ARM) 6.600 8.733 15.333
8  Donnell Whittenburg (USA) 6.700 8.600 15.300

Vault[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Kenzo Shirai  Japan August 24, 1996 19 years
Oldest Marian Drăgulescu  Romania December 18, 1980 34 years
Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Score 1 D Score E Score Pen. Score 2 Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Ri Se-gwang (PRK) 6.400 9.200 15.600 6.400 8.900 15.300 15.450
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Marian Drăgulescu (ROU) 6.000 9.300 15.300 6.200 9.300 15.500 15.400
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Donnell Whittenburg (USA) 6.000 9.100 15.100 6.400 9.200 15.600 15.350
4  Oleg Vernyayev (UKR) 6.000 9.466 15.466 6.000 9.100 15.100 15.283
5  Ihor Radivilov (UKR) 6.000 9.200 15.200 6.000 8.966 14.966 15.083
6  Denis Ablyazin (RUS) 6.400 8.000 -0.100 14.300 6.200 9.200 15.400 14.850
7  Kenzo Shirai (JPN) 5.600 8.900 14.500 5.200 9.333 14.533 14.516
8  Kim Han-sol (KOR) 6.000 8.000 14.000 6.000 9.000 15.000 14.500

Parallel bars[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Manrique Larduet  Cuba July 10, 1996 19 years
Oldest Yusuke Tanaka  Japan November 29, 1989 25 years
Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  You Hao (CHN) 7.300 8.916 16.216
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Oleg Vernyayev (UKR) 7.100 8.966 16.066
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Oleg Stepko (AZE) 7.000 8.966 15.966
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Deng Shudi (CHN) 7.100 8.866 15.966
5  Manrique Larduet (CUB) 6.900 8.833 15.733
6  Danell Leyva (USA) 6.900 8.766 15.666
7  Yusuke Tanaka (JPN) 6.600 9.000 15.600
8  Nile Wilson (GBR) 6.600 8.633 15.233

Horizontal bar[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Manrique Larduet  Cuba July 10, 1996 19 years
Oldest Chris Brooks  United States December 19, 1986 28 years

Manrique Larduet was qualified for the Olympics, as an individual, by medaling on this event.

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN) 7.100 8.733 15.833
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Danell Leyva (USA) 7.300 8.400 15.700
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Manrique Larduet (CUB) 7.000 8.600 15.600
4  Arthur Mariano (BRA) 6.500 8.666 15.166
5  Andreas Bretschneider (GER) 7.200 7.766 14.966
6  Chris Brooks (USA) 6.400 7.400 13.800
7  Fabian Hambüchen (GER) 7.200 6.300 13.500
7  Oliver Hegi (SUI) 6.000 7.500 13.500

Women's results[edit]

Team competition[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Fan Yilin  China November 11, 1999 15 years
Oldest Ksenia Afanasyeva  Russia September 13, 1991 24 years
Rank Team Saut de cheval.svg Barres asymétriques.svg Poutre.svg Gymnastique au sol.svg Total
1st, gold medalist(s) United States 46.665 (1) 45.433 (2) 43.432 (1) 45.808 (1) 181.338
Maggie Nichols 15.466 14.800 13.966 15.000
Simone Biles 15.966 15.200 15.733
Gabby Douglas 15.233 15.333
Aly Raisman 14.266 15.075
Madison Kocian 15.300
Brenna Dowell
2nd, silver medalist(s) China 45.233 (3) 45.632 (1) 42.300 (2) 42.999 (3) 176.164
Shang Chunsong 15.233 14.600 14.366
Wang Yan 15.200 13.300 14.633
Tan Jiaxin 15.200 15.133
Fan Yilin 15.266 14.400
Mao Yi 14.833 14.000
Chen Siyi
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Great Britain 45.049 (4) 42.299 (5) 41.733 (3) 43.299 (2) 172.380
Ellie Downie 15.133 13.033 14.133 14.133
Claudia Fragapane 14.833 13.800 14.733
Amy Tinkler 15.083 14.433
Becky Downie 14.833 13.800
Ruby Harrold 14.433
Kelly Simm
4 Russia 45.766 (2) 43.874 (3) 40.133 (6) 42.191 (6) 171.964
Maria Paseka 15.600 14.733 13.766
Viktoria Komova 15.100 14.000 13.300
Ksenia Afanasyeva 15.066 14.500
Seda Tutkhalyan 13.300 13.925
Daria Spiridonova 15.141
Maria Kharenkova 13.533
5 Japan 44.832 (5) 42.424 (4) 40.066 (7) 42.565 (5) 169.887
Asuka Teramoto 14.600 14.225 13.900 13.966
Mai Murakami 15.066 13.966 12.200 13.966
Sae Miyakawa 15.166 14.633
Aiko Sugihara 14.233
Sakura Yumoto 13.966
Natsumi Sasada
6 Canada 44.533 (6) 40.666 (7) 41.032 (5) 41.466 (7) 167.697
Ellie Black 15.100 13.566 14.223
Brittany Rogers 15.000 13.200 13.700
Isabela Onyshko 13.933 13.766 13.900
Sydney Townsend 14.433
Victoria-Kayen Woo 13.533
Audrey Rousseau 13.333
7 Italy 43.699 (7) 41.766 (6) 39.399 (8) 42.733 (4) 167.597
Carlotta Ferlito 14.466 14.300 14.033
Erika Fasana 14.800 14.500
Elisa Meneghini 14.433 14.200
Enus Mariani 14.166 12.566
Lara Mori 13.800 12.533
Tea Ugrin 13.800
8 Netherlands 41.599 (8) 38.432 (8) 41.500 (4) 41.199 (8) 162.730
Eythora Thorsdottir 13.066 13.800 13.400
Lieke Wevers 11.133 14.200 13.866
Tisha Volleman 14.100 13.933
Sanne Wevers 14.233 13.500
Mara Titarsolej 14.066
Lisa Top 13.433

Individual all-around[edit]

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Wang Yan  China October 30, 1999 15 years
Oldest Lieke Wevers  Netherlands September 17, 1991 24 years
Rank Gymnast Saut de cheval.svg Barres asymétriques.svg Poutre.svg Gymnastique au sol.svg Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Simone Biles (USA) 15.833 14.900 14.400 15.266 60.399
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Gabby Douglas (USA) 15.300 15.033 14.400 14.583 59.316
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Larisa Iordache (ROU) 15.066 14.800 14.766 14.475 59.107
4  Shang Chunsong (CHN) 13.866 15.166 14.700 14.533 58.265
5  Giulia Steingruber (SUI) 15.600 13.900 13.333 14.500 57.333
6  Mai Murakami (JPN) 14.966 13.800 14.033 14.333 57.132
7  Ellie Black (CAN) 15.033 14.000 13.300 14.425 56.758
8  Laura Jurca (ROU) 15.133 13.733 13.966 13.900 56.732
9  Asuka Teramoto (JPN) 15.166 14.366 13.233 13.366 56.131
10  Elisabeth Seitz (GER) 14.133 15.233 13.433 12.966 55.765
11  Wang Yan (CHN) 14.875 13.566 13.800 13.500 55.741
12  Carlotta Ferlito (ITA) 14.066 13.600 14.441 13.633 55.740
13  Lieke Wevers (NED) 13.733 14.333 14.200 13.366 55.632
14  Tea Ugrin (ITA) 14.066 14.000 13.766 13.733 55.565
15  Seda Tutkhalyan (RUS) 14.866 14.300 12.700 13.566 55.432
16  Isabela Onyshko (CAN) 14.233 14.400 13.066 13.633 55.332
17  Lisa Verschueren (BEL) 14.133 13.900 13.600 13.666 55.299
18  Lorrane Oliveira (BRA) 15.166 13.733 12.966 13.166 55.031
19  Pauline Schäfer (GER) 14.633 13.433 13.133 13.766 54.965
19  Rune Hermans (BEL) 14.033 13.466 13.866 13.600 54.965
21  Noémi Makra (HUN) 13.933 14.266 12.833 13.833 54.865
22  Ruby Harrold (GBR) 14.633 14.533 12.433 13.100 54.699
23  Amy Tinkler (GBR) 14.866 13.033 12.233 13.966 54.098
24  Flávia Saraiva (BRA) 14.233 13.700 12.266 13.033 53.232

Vault[edit]

Medaling on the event allowed North Korea's Hong Un-jong to qualify to the Olympics as an individual.

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Wang Yan  China October 30, 1999 16 years
Oldest Hong Un-jong  North Korea March 9, 1989 26 years
Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Score 1 D Score E Score Pen. Score 2 Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Maria Paseka (RUS) 6.400 9.233 15.633 6.300 9.400 15.700 15.666
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Hong Un-jong (PRK) 6.300 9.366 15.666 6.400 9.200 15.600 15.633
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Simone Biles (USA) 6.300 9.600 15.900 5.600 9.583 15.183 15.541
4  Ellie Downie (GBR) 5.800 9.166 14.966 5.600 9.233 14.833 14.899
5  Dipa Karmakar (IND) 7.000 8.300 15.300 6.000 8.366 -0.300 14.066 14.683
6  Wang Yan (CHN) 6.000 9.066 15.066 6.200 7.900 14.100 14.583
7  Giulia Steingruber (SUI) 6.200 9.400 -0.100 15.500 5.300 8.333 13.633 14.566
7  Alexa Moreno (MEX) 6.200 8.566 -0.100 14.666 6.000 8.566 -0.100 14.466 14.566

Uneven bars[edit]

This was the first four-way tie for gold at a World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Fan Yilin  China November 11, 1999 15 years
Oldest Viktoria Komova  Russia January 30, 1995 20 years
Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Fan Yilin (CHN) 6.900 8.466 15.366
1st, gold medalist(s)  Viktoria Komova (RUS) 6.600 8.766 15.366
1st, gold medalist(s)  Daria Spiridonova (RUS) 6.700 8.666 15.366
1st, gold medalist(s)  Madison Kocian (USA) 6.600 8.766 15.366
5  Gabby Douglas (USA) 6.400 8.733 15.133
6  Shang Chunsong (CHN) 6.700 8.200 14.900
7  Ruby Harrold (GBR) 6.300 8.466 14.766
8  Sophie Scheder (GER) 6.600 8.000 14.600

Balance beam[edit]

Simone Biles of the USA defended her beam title from 2014, becoming the first back-to-back world champion on beam. With her ninth career world championships gold medal, she tied the record held by Larisa Latynina, Gina Gogean, and Svetlana Khorkina. Sanne Wevers of the Netherlands and Pauline Schäfer of Germany won the first medals for their countries on the balance beam. Schäfer also qualified as an individual to the Olympics by medaling (she had not directly qualified as Germany failed to make the team final, but made the Test Event).

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Wang Yan  China October 30, 1999 16 years
Oldest Sanne Wevers  Netherlands September 17, 1991 24 years
Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Simone Biles (USA) 6.400 8.958 15.358
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Sanne Wevers (NED) 5.700 8.633 14.333
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Pauline Schäfer (GER) 5.800 8.333 14.133
4  Viktoria Komova (RUS) 5.700 8.233 13.933
5  Wang Yan (CHN) 6.400 7.233 13.633
6  Seda Tutkhalyan (RUS) 6.000 7.500 13.500
7  Ellie Black (CAN) 6.000 7.466 13.466
8  Eythora Thorsdottir (NED) 5.700 7.033 12.733

Floor[edit]

Due to an elbow injury prior to the final, Erika Fasana withdrew from the final, being replaced by Shang Chunsong. Additionally, Swiss gymnast Giulia Steingruber sustained a knee injury during the vault final the day before, rendering her unable to participate in the floor final.[8] She was replaced by Lieke Wevers of the Netherlands. Simone Biles won a record 10th career world championships gold medal.

Oldest and youngest competitors

Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Sae Miyakawa  Japan September 10, 1999 16 years
Oldest Ksenia Afanasyeva  Russia September 13, 1991 24 years
Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Simone Biles (USA) 6.800 9.000 15.800
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Ksenia Afanasyeva (RUS) 6.400 8.700 15.100
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Maggie Nichols (USA) 6.200 8.800 15.000
4  Shang Chunsong (CHN) 6.400 8.533 14.933
4  Sae Miyakawa (JPN) 6.300 8.633 14.933
6  Ellie Downie (GBR) 6.000 8.733 14.733
7  Claudia Fragapane (GBR) 6.200 8.366 -0.100 14.466
8  Lieke Wevers (NED) 5.400 8.700 14.100

References[edit]

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