Artistic Gymnastics World Cup – Women's floor

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Women's events at the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup were first held at the 1975 Artistic Gymnastics World Cup.

Three medals are awarded: gold for first place, silver for second place, and bronze for third place. Tie breakers have not been used in every year. In the event of a tie between two gymnasts, both names are listed, and the following position (second for a tie for first, third for a tie for second) is left empty because a medal was not awarded for that position. If three gymnastics tied for a position, the following two positions are left empty.

Medalists[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1975 United Kingdom London Soviet Union Ludmilla Tourischeva Romania Teodora Ungureanu
Soviet Union Elvira Saadi
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1977 Spain Oviedo Soviet Union Maria Filatova Czechoslovakia Vera Cerna
East Germany Steffi Kraker
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1978 Brazil São Paulo Soviet Union Maria Filatova Soviet Union Natalia Shaposhnikova United States Kathy Johnson
1979 Japan Tokyo Romania Nadia Comaneci Soviet Union Stella Zakharova Romania Emilia Eberle
1980 Canada Toronto East Germany Maxi Gnauck Soviet Union Elena Naimushina
Soviet Union Stella Zakharova
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1982 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zagreb Soviet Union Olga Bicherova Romania Lavinia Agache East Germany Maxi Gnauck
1986 China Beijing Soviet Union Elena Shushunova Romania Camelia Voinea Soviet Union Oksana Omelianchik
1990 Belgium Brussels Soviet Union Svetlana Boguinskaya Hungary Henrietta Ónodi Soviet Union Tatiana Lysenko
Romania Mirela Pasca
1998 Japan Sabae Romania Simona Amanar Romania Gina Gogean Belarus Alena Polozkova
2000 United Kingdom Glasgow Romania Andreea Răducan Russia Elena Zamolodchikova China Dong Fangxiao
Romania Simona Amanar
2002 Germany Stuttgart Netherlands Verona van de Leur China Zhang Nan Australia Allana Slater
2004 United Kingdom Birmingham Brazil Daiane dos Santos Romania Catalina Ponor China Cheng Fei
2006 Brazil São Paulo Brazil Daiane dos Santos United Kingdom Beth Tweddle Brazil Laís Souza
2008 Spain Madrid China Cheng Fei China Jiang Yuyuan Romania Sandra Izbasa

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