2017 FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup Series

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The 2017 FIG World Cup circuit in Rhythmic Gymnastics is a series of competitions officially organized and promoted by the International Gymnastics Federation.[1]

The main difference introduced in 2017 is that the World Cup series is now split in: 1) the World Cup series; and 2) the World Challenge Cup series. Previously, events at the Rhythmic Gymnastics World Cup series were divided in Category A and Category B; Category A events were reserved for invited athletes, while Category B events were open to all athletes. Also, there was no limit for the number of Category A and Category B meets each year. Now, there is a maximum of four World Cup events.[2] All of the World Cup and World Challenge Cup events are open to all athletes. Winners of the World Cup trophy were announced after the conclusion of the last event in the World Cup series, in Sofia, Bulgaria.[3]

With stopovers in Europe and Asia, the World Cup competitions were scheduled for April 7–9 in Pesaro (ITA), April 21–23 in Tashkent (UZB), April 28–30 in Baku (AZE), and May 5–7 in Sofia (BUL). World Challenge Cup competitions are scheduled for May 12–14 in Portimão (POR), June 2–4 in Guadalajara (ESP), July 7–9 in Berlin (GER), August 5–6 in Minsk (BLR), and August 11–13 in Kazan (RUS).[4][5][6]

Formats[edit]

World Cup [6]
Date Event Location Type
April 7–9 FIG World Cup 2017 Italy Pesaro Individuals and groups
April 21–23 FIG World Cup 2017 Uzbekistan Tashkent Individuals and groups
April 28–30 FIG World Cup 2017 Azerbaijan Baku Individuals and groups
May 5–7 FIG World Cup 2017 Bulgaria Sofia Individuals and groups
World Challenge Cup [6]
May 12–14 FIG World Challenge Cup 2017 Portugal Portimão Individuals and groups
June 2–4 FIG World Challenge Cup 2017 Spain Guadalajara Individuals and groups
July 7–9 FIG Berlin Masters World Challenge Cup 2017 Germany Berlin Individuals and groups
August 5–6 FIG World Challenge Cup 2017 Belarus Minsk Individuals and groups
August 11–13 FIG World Challenge Cup 2017 Russia Kazan Individuals and groups

Medal winners[edit]

All-around[edit]

Individual[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro [7] Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Russia Dina Averina Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina
Tashkent [8] Russia Dina Averina Russia Arina Averina Bulgaria Katrin Taseva
Baku [9] Russia Arina Averina Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Bulgaria Neviana Vladinova
Sofia [10] Bulgaria Neviana Vladinova Bulgaria Katrin Taseva Israel Linoy Ashram
World Challenge Cup
Portimão [11] Russia Iuliia Bravikova Russia Elizaveta Lugovskikh Israel Victoria Filanovsky
Guadalajara Russia Polina Khonina Russia Ekaterina Selezneva Belarus Alina Harnasko
Berlin Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina Russia Iuliia Bravikova Russia Ekaterina Selezneva
Minsk Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Belarus Alina Harnasko Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina
Kazan Russia Dina Averina Russia Arina Averina Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina

Group[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro [7]  Bulgaria  Italy  Ukraine
Tashkent [8]  Russia  Bulgaria  Belarus
Baku [9]  Bulgaria  Italy  Ukraine
Sofia [10]  Bulgaria  Ukraine  Belarus
World Challenge Cup
Portimão [11]  Italy  Russia  United States
Guadalajara  Russia  Ukraine  Belarus
Berlin  Russia  Ukraine  Belarus
Minsk  Italy  Belarus  Japan
Kazan  Russia  Italy  Japan

Apparatus[edit]

Hoop[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro [7] Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Russia Dina Averina United States Laura Zeng
Tashkent [8] Russia Arina Averina Russia Dina Averina Israel Linoy Ashram
Baku [9] Russia Arina Averina Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Belarus Alina Harnasko
Sofia [10] Bulgaria Neviana Vladinova Israel Linoy Ashram Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina
World Challenge Cup
Portimão [11] Israel Victoria Filanovsky Russia Iuliia Bravikova Russia Elizaveta Lugovskikh
Guadalajara Russia Ekaterina Selezneva Belarus Alina Harnasko Japan Kaho Minagawa
Berlin Russia Ekaterina Selezneva Italy Alexandra Agiurgiuculese Ukraine Olena Diachenko
Minsk Bulgaria Neviana Vladinova Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina
Kazan Russia Dina Averina Russia Arina Averina Israel Linoy Ashram

Ball[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro [7] Russia Dina Averina Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina
Tashkent [8] Russia Arina Averina Russia Dina Averina Bulgaria Katrin Taseva
Baku [9] Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Russia Arina Averina Bulgaria Neviana Vladinova
Sofia [10] Bulgaria Neviana Vladinova Italy Alexandra Agiurgiuculese Belarus Alina Harnasko
World Challenge Cup
Portimão [11] Israel Victoria Filanovsky Russia Elizaveta Lugovskikh United States Nastasya Generalova
Guadalajara Russia Polina Khonina Russia Ekaterina Selezneva Belarus Alina Harnasko
Berlin Russia Ekaterina Selezneva Kazakhstan Sabina Ashirbayeva Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina
Minsk Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina Belarus Alina Harnasko Italy Alexandra Agiurgiuculese
Kazan Russia Arina Averina Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina Israel Linoy Ashram

Clubs[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro [7] Russia Dina Averina Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina United States Laura Zeng
Tashkent [8] Russia Dina Averina Bulgaria Katrin Taseva Bulgaria Boryana Kaleyn
Baku [9] Israel Victoria Filanovsky Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Russia Arina Averina
Sofia [10] Belarus Alina Harnasko Bulgaria Neviana Vladinova Israel Linoy Ashram
World Challenge Cup
Portimão [11] Russia Elizaveta Lugovskikh Russia Iuliia Bravikova Bulgaria Boryana Kaleyn
Guadalajara Russia Polina Khonina Uzbekistan Anastasiya Serdyukova Ukraine Viktoria Mazur
Berlin Russia Iuliia Bravikova Russia Ekaterina Selezneva Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina
Minsk Russia Iuliia Bravikova Bulgaria Neviana Vladinova Belarus Alina Harnasko
Kazan Russia Dina Averina Russia Arina Averina Israel Linoy Ashram

Ribbon[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro [7] Russia Dina Averina Russia Aleksandra Soldatova Italy Alexandra Agiurgiuculese
Tashkent [8] Russia Arina Averina Russia Dina Averina Uzbekistan Anastasiya Serdyukova
Baku [9] Bulgaria Neviana Vladinova Russia Arina Averina Belarus Alina Harnasko
Sofia [10] Bulgaria Neviana Vladinova Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina Bulgaria Katrin Taseva
World Challenge Cup
Portimão [11] Israel Victoria Filanovsky Bulgaria Erika Zafirova Russia Iuliia Bravikova
Guadalajara Russia Ekaterina Selezneva Uzbekistan Anastasiya Serdyukova Belarus Julia Evchik
Berlin Belarus Katsiaryna Halkina Russia Iuliia Bravikova Russia Ekaterina Selezneva
Minsk Russia Iuliia Bravikova Belarus Alina Harnasko Bulgaria Neviana Vladinova
Kazan Russia Arina Averina Russia Dina Averina Israel Linoy Ashram

5 hoops[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro [7]  Italy  Bulgaria  China
Tashkent [8]  Russia  Bulgaria  Ukraine
Baku [9]  Italy  Belarus  Bulgaria
Sofia [10]  Ukraine  Bulgaria  Belarus
World Challenge Cup
Portimão [11]  Italy  Russia  Spain
Guadalajara  Japan  Belarus  Ukraine
Berlin  Russia  Ukraine  Belarus
Minsk  Bulgaria  Belarus  Japan
Kazan  Russia  Belarus  Japan

3 balls and 2 ropes[edit]

Competitions Gold Silver Bronze
World Cup
Pesaro [7]  Italy  Russia  Ukraine
Tashkent [8]  Bulgaria  Ukraine  Russia
Baku [9]  Ukraine  Bulgaria  Belarus
Sofia [10]  Ukraine  Bulgaria  Belarus
World Challenge Cup
Portimão [11]  Italy  Russia  United States
Guadalajara  Russia  Ukraine  Japan
Berlin  Russia  Ukraine  Azerbaijan
Minsk  Belarus  Italy  Bulgaria
Kazan  Russia  Bulgaria  Belarus

Overall medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia 41 31 6 78
2  Bulgaria 11 12 10 33
3  Italy 7 6 2 15
4  Belarus 5 12 24 41
5  Israel 4 1 8 13
6  Ukraine 3 7 7 17
7  Japan 1 0 6 7
8  Uzbekistan 0 2 1 3
9  Kazakhstan 0 1 0 1
10  United States 0 0 5 5
11  Azerbaijan 0 0 1 1
 China 0 0 1 1
 Spain 0 0 1 1
Total 72 72 72 216

Overall winners[edit]

The overall winners of the World Cup trophy were announced after the conclusion of the final stage, in Sofia, on May 7, 2017. Neviana Vladinova (BUL) was the individual all-around overall winner with 115 points, the ball winner with 115 points and the ribbon winner with 135 points. Arina Averina (RUS) was the hoop winner with 100 points, and Alina Harnasko (BLR) was the clubs winner with 135 points.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Technical Regulations 2017" (PDF). International Gymnastics Federation. Retrieved May 8, 2017. 
  2. ^ "Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique - Rhythmic Gymnastics Rules". International Gymnastics Federation. Retrieved January 7, 2017. 
  3. ^ a b cosmos0117. "Awards Ceremony-Winners of World Cup Series 2017-Individuals-World Cup Sofia 2017". YouTube. Retrieved May 8, 2017. 
  4. ^ "Calendario de Copas Mundiales para el año 2017" (in Spanish). Gimnasia Latina. Retrieved November 16, 2016. 
  5. ^ "Taça do Mundo de Portimão está de volta em 2017" (in Portuguese). Blogspot. Retrieved November 16, 2016. 
  6. ^ a b c "Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique - Search Competition". International Gymnastics Federation. Retrieved May 8, 2017. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h "Risultati di gara - Coppa del Mondo di Ginnastica Ritmica". rgworldcup-pesaro.it. Retrieved 13 April 2017. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h "Gymnastics - World Cup Rhythmic Gymnastics - Tashkent 2017 - Results". The-sports.org. Retrieved 8 May 2017. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h "Results for FIG World Cup 2017". International Gymnastics Federation. Retrieved 8 May 2017. 
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h "FIG RG Sofia World Cup 2017 : Results". Fbgr.org. Retrieved 8 May 2017. 
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h "Federação Portuguesa de Ginástica". Portuguese Gymnastics Federation. Retrieved 14 May 2017.