20 minutes to start time. Below are the details of the 24 women who participated in today’s competition.
•• Sunisa Lee (USA)
make Olympic competition debut. Finished in 8th place on the 2019 WCh, silver on the floor, bronze on the uneven bars, and 12th place on the beam. Won team events in 2019 WCh and 2018 Pacific Rim Ch.
•• Rebecca Andrade (BRA)
Finished 11th in 2016 OG. Gold in 2021 PanAm Ch, 63rd in 2018. Other Events-Gold at a team event at 2021 Pan Am Ch, Silver in 2018. In the 2019/20 season, Doha’s bumpy bar is gold and the beam is bronze. She mixed Beyonce’s songs and did individual floor exercises at the 2016 OG, and has since become known as “Beyonce” in Brazil.
•• Jade Carry (USA)
Olympic debut. 2018 Pan Am Ch. Finished in 62nd place. Other Events-Gold for the 2019 WCh team, silver for the vault. Vault and floor exercise silver at 2017 WCh. 2018 PanAm Ch.Team, vault, floor exercise gold in
•• Nina Devael (BEL)
Finished 19th in 2016 OG. It finished 5th in 2019 WCh, 4th in 2018 and 8th in 2017. Finished in 7th place in 2017 European Ch. Other Events-Finished 8th in the 2020 OG team event. Gold on uneven bars in 2019 and 2018 WCh, bronze in 2017. Gold on uneven bars and silver on beams in Europe Ch in 2018. In October 2019, the Gymnastics Training Hall was named after her in Sint-Truiden, Belgium.
•• Vladis Wah Urazowa (ROC)
2021 European Ch. Finished in 25th place. Silver at 2019 Junior WCh. We finished 20th in the 2018 Junior European Ch. Other Events-Gold at a team event at 2020OG. 2021 European Ch. Silver on uneven bars 2019 Junior WCh gold on uneven bars and team event gold, vault bronze. She started playing sports at the age of four. “Create a dream and it creates you.”
•• Angelina Melnikova (ROC)
Finished 28th in 2016 OG. Bronze medal in 2019 WCh, 5th in 2018, 16th in 2017. Silver medal in 2021 European Ch, bronze medal in 2019, 27th place in 2017. Gold medal at 2019 European Games. Other Events-Gold at Team Events at 2020OG, Silver at 2016. In 2018, she started her own leotard business. “It’s still in its infancy. For now, it’s a whole new project rather than a real business.”
•• Jessica Gadirova (GBR)
Bronze medal in 2021 Europe Ch. Other Events-Bronze at the 2020 OG Team Event. Gold in the floor exercise in 2021 European Ch, silver in the vault. Her twin sister Jennifer will also be competing for GBR at the 2020 OG.Her sports idol is an American gymnast Simone Biles..
•• Melanie de Jesus dos Santos (FRA)
It finished in 20th place in 2019 WCh, 6th place in 2018, and 5th place in 2017. Gold in 2019 European Ch, bronze in 2017. Other Events-6th in Team Events at 2020OG. Gold beam in 2021 European Ch, silver in 2019. Gold for floor exercises at European Ch in 2019 and 2018. She left the birthplace of Martinique and moved to the French continent in 2013 to participate in a national training program.
•• Kara Akane Kasumi (CHN)
Silver in 2019 WCh. Finished 4th in 2018 YOG. Other Events-Finished 7th in the 2020 OG team event. At 2018 YOG, gold on the beam and bronze on the uneven bars. She started gymnastics training at the age of four and aims to win a medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
•• Jennifer Gadirova (GBR)
Finished 4th in the 2020 America’s Cup. Finished 7th in the 2019 Junior WCh. Other Events-Bronze at the 2020 OG Team Event. Silver vault in 2019 Junior WCh. Her twin sister, Jessica, was chosen with her to compete in the Tokyo Olympics. Her mother introduced gymnastics because she and her twin sister felt they needed an exit for their energy.
•• Zsófia Kovács (HUN)
Finished 33rd in 2016 OG. It finished in 30th place in 2019 WCh, 20th place (final) in 2018, and 29th place in 2017. 2017 European Ch. Other Events-2020 European Ch. Vault and uneven bars gold In 2019, we won the beam and uneven bars at Koper. Won the beam at Szombathely in 2018. At the 2016 Turnie de Ameister World Cup event, he won the uneven bars on the beam.
•• Lu Yufei (CHN)
Olympic debut. He finished 2nd in 2019 Asian Ch, got uneven bars, 6th in the beam and 11th in the floor. 2019 Asian Ch. I also won the team event.
•• Alice D’Amato (ITA)
It finished 31st in the 2021 European Ch and 4th in 2019. In other events, he finished 4th in the team event at 2020OG. Bronze at the 2019 WCh team event. 2019 European Ch. Bronze on uneven bars Her twin sisters Asia are competing for ITA at 2020OG. She was part of a team that finished Italy’s 69-year medal wait at the World Championship team event by winning the bronze medal in 2019.
•• Elisabeth Seitz (GER)
17th in 2016 OG and 10th in 2012. 6th in 2019WCh, 21st in 2018, 9th in 2017, 10th in 2015, 15th in 2013, 11th in 2011. 5th in Europe Ch in 2021 and silver in 2011. At other events-finished 9th in the 2020 OG team event. Silver at the team event of the 2015 European Games. She is a non-commissioned officer of the German Army.
•• Carolann Hédui (FRA)
Olympic debut. 2021 European Ch. Finished in 12th place (final). I was 19th in the 2019 European Games. Finished 4th at the 2019 Birmingham World Cup event. Other Events-Ended 3rd on uneven bars and 5th on team events at the 2018 Junior European Ch.
•• Mai Murakami (JPN)
Finished 14th in 2016 OG. Silver in 2018 WCh, 4th in 2017. He finished 4th at the 2019 America’s Cup World Cup event and 1st at the 2018 Tokyo WCup event. Other Events-Bronze on the 2018 WCh floor, Gold on the 2017 WCh floor. Won the Asian Ch Team Event in 2010.
•• Brooklyn Mores (CAN)
OG debut. It finished 14th in 2019 WCh, 24th in 2018 and 15th in 2017. At other events, he won gold on the floors of 2019 PanAm Games and 2017 PanAm Championships. He won the floor at the 2017 Sonbathei World Challenge Cup event and finished third in the vault.
•• Roxana Popa (ESP)
It finished 42nd in 2019 WCh, 13th in 2014 and 12th in 2013. Finished in 6th place in 2013 European Ch. Other Events-Finished 12th in the 2020 OG team event. Won a bronze medal on uneven bars at the 2019 World Cup event in Szombathely. She was unable to compete in nearly four years from 2015-19 after undergoing three surgeries on her right knee. She was born in Romania and moved to Spain with her mother at the age of six.
•• Martina Maggio (ITA)
In 2021 and 2017, he finished 6th in European Ch. Ranked 13th at the 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival. Other Events-Finished 4th in the 2020 OG team event. Vault gold at 2016 Junior Europe Ch. Her parents tried to enroll her in a gymnastics class at the age of three, but she was so active that the coach asked her parents to wait another year.
•• Jutta Verkest (BEL)
2021 European Ch. Finished in 10th place. Ranked 14th at the 2019 European Youth Olympic Festival. Other Events-Finished 8th in the 2020 OG team event. She would have been too young to compete in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. “The postponement of the match was positive for me.”
•• Rike Wafers (NED)
I was ranked 20th in 2016 OG. Bronze medal at the 2015 European Games. 2021 European Ch. I came in 8th place. Other events-Team 11th in 2020OG. Twin sisters Sanne won gold in the beam at the 2016 OG. Father Vincent is her coach. I took a four-month break for a trip in 2017, but only returned to the international convention in 2019. I lost control of my body. “
•• Kim Bui (GER)
Finished 31st in 2014 WCh and 41st in 2011. 7th in the 2021 European Ch and 5th in the 2019 America’s Cup. The mother is from Vietnam and the father is from the People’s Democratic Republic of Laos. In 2014, she was selected as a German female gymnast.
•• Giuria Stein Gruber (SUI)
10th in 2016 OG and 14th in 2012. 18th in 2019WCh, 7th in 2017, 5th in 2015. Gold in 2015 European Ch, 4th in 2013, 9th in 2011. Silver at 2015 European Games. Other events include the 2021 and 2016 European Ch. She was awarded the Elegance Award at the 2015 WCh in Glasgow, Scotland. “I will take a big opportunity to wear the earrings I got from my grandparents.”
•• Lee Yun Seo (KOR)
OG debut. Finished in 28th place in 2019 WCh. The 2019 World Cup event finished 7th in Tokyo and 9th in the America’s Cup. Finished 13th in 2018 YOG. Other events-Fined 5th place on uneven bars at 2018 YOG.
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