Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics

Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics was held from 17 to 27 August at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre in Nanjing, China.

Gymnastics
at the II Summer Youth Olympic Games
Gymnastics (artistic) pictogram
VenueNanjing Olympic Sports Centre
Dates17–27 August
No. of events16 (8 boys, 8 girls)

Qualification

Artistic Gymnastics

Each National Olympic Committee (NOC) can enter a maximum of 2 athletes, 1 per each gender. Athletes can qualify their nations in one of five continental qualification tournaments. The host quota was not given to China because they qualified 2 athletes at the 2014 Asian Championships. Initially 6 spots, 3 in each gender was allocated to the Tripartite Commission, however only two spots were given; this will cause a reduction from the continental quota depending which continent the chosen athlete is from.[1] Due to the lack of eligible athletes at the African Championships one male athlete quota was transferred to Europe.[2]

To be eligible to participate at the Youth Olympics male athletes must have been born between 1 January 1997 and 31 December 1998 while female athletes must have been born between 1 January 1999 and 31 December 1999. Also athletes who have participated in FIG senior competitions or multisport games may not participate in the Youth Olympic Games[1]

Event Location Date Total Places Qualified Boys Qualified Girls
2014 African Championships[2] South Africa Tshwane 27–30 March 2014 3/4  Mohamed Elhamy Amy (EGY)
 Hamza Hajjaji (MAR)
 Muhammad Mia (RSA)
 Fatima Mokhtari (ALG)
 Nada Ayman Ibrahim (EGY)
 Mammule Rankoe (RSA)
 Rahma Mastouri (TUN)
2014 Junior Pan American Championships[2] Brazil Aracaju 27–30 March 2014 8/9  Lucas Cardoso (BRA)
 Rene Cournoyer (CAN)
 Andres Moreno (COL)
 Patricio Razo (MEX)
 Luis Pizarro (PER)
 Andres Gines (PUR)
 Alec Yoder (USA)
 Augustina Santamaria (ARG)
 Flávia Saraiva (BRA)
 Sydney Townsend (CAN)
 Morgan Lloyd (CAY)
 Laura Garzon (COL)
 Katherine Godinez (GUA)
 Stephanie Hernández (MEX)
 Ana Karina Mendez (PER)
 Paola Irizarry (PUR)
Tripartite Invitation[2]  Kevin Espinosa (PAN)
2014 Asian Championships[2] Uzbekistan Tashkent 10–14 April 2014 10/9  Ma Yue (CHN)
 Abhijeet Kumar (IND)
 Kenya Yuasa (JPN)
 Yerbol Jantikov (KAZ)
 Myongwoo Lim (KOR)
 Jeremiah Loo (MAS)
 Nattipong Aeadwong (THA)
 Timur Kadirov (UZB)
 Định Vương Trần (VIE)
 Wang Yan (CHN)
 Fatimah Al-Tameemi (IRQ)
 Sae Miyagawa (JPN)
 Arailym Khanseiitova (KAZ)
 Hana Park (KOR)
 Ava Verdeflor (PHI)
 Rahma Al-Dualimi (QAT)
 Nadine Joy Nathan (SIN)
 Veronika Orlova (UZB)
Tripartite Invitation[2]  Yazan Abendeh (JOR)
2014 European MAG Championships[2]
2014 European WAG Championships[2]
Bulgaria Sofia 12–25 May 2014 19/18  Vigen Khachatryan (ARM)
 Johannes Mairoser (AUT)
 Ilya Yakauleu (BLR)
 Luka van den Keybus (BEL)
 Vladimir Tushev (BUL)
 Jakov Vlahek (CRO)
 Marios Georgiou (CYP)
 Emil Soravuo (FIN)
 Zachari Hrimeche (FRA)
 Nils Dunkel (GER)
 Giarnni Regini-Moran (GBR)
 Antonios Tantalidis (GRE)
 Botond Kardos (HUN)
 Artem Dolgopyat (ISR)
 Nikita Nagornyy (RUS)
 Igor Takáč (SVK)
 Kjell Kim Vanström (SWE)
 Marco Pfyl (SUI)
 Vladyslav Hryko (UKR)
 Ceyda Sirbu (AUT)
 Natallia Yakubava (BLR)
 Veronika Cenkova (CZE)
 Monica Sileoni (FIN)
 Camille Bahl (FRA)
 Antonia Alicke (GER)
 Ellie Downie (GBR)
 Evangelia Monokrousou (GRE)
 Boglárka Dévai (HUN)
 Iosra Abdelaziz (ITA)
 Wendy de Jong (NED)
 Martine Skregelid (NOR)
 Wiktoria Lopuszanska (POL)
 Sara Raposeiro (POR)
 Laura Jurcă (ROU)
 Seda Tutkhalyan (RUS)
 Gaia Nesurini (SUI)
 Tutya Yılmaz (TUR)
2014 Oceania Championships[2] Australia Melbourne 21–25 May 2014 1  Clay Stephens (AUS)  Millie Williamson (NZL)
TOTAL 42 42

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Each National Olympic Committee (NOC) can enter a maximum of 1 individual athlete and 1 group of 5 athletes. Each continent will qualify one group through five continental qualification tournaments along with China as hosts. China however, declined its spot and it was reallocated to the next best ranked Asian team.[3] Oceania also declined to use its continental quota and the spot was reallocated to the next best team from Europe.[2] Individual athletes can qualify their nations in one of five continental qualification tournaments. Despite being hosts China did not select an athlete to compete in this event.[2] Initially 2 spots were allocated to the Tripartite Commission, however none were given.[1]

To be eligible to participate at the Youth Olympics athletes must have been born between 1 January 1999 and 31 December 1999. Also athletes who have participated in FIG senior competitions or multisport games may not participate in the Youth Olympic Games[1]

Individual

Event Location Date Total Places Qualified
2014 Asian Championships[2] Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 21–24 February 2014 4  Takana Tatsusawa (JPN)
 Yelizaveta Mainovskaya (KAZ)
 Olivia Tai (MAS)
 Anora Davlyatova (UZB)
2014 Grand Prix (Europe Qualifying)[2] Russia Moscow 28 Feb–2 Mar 2014 7  Mariya Trubach (BLR)
 Katerina Marinova (BUL)
 Linoy Ashram (ISR)
 Nicoleta Dulgheru (MDA)
 Ana Luiza Filiorianu (ROU)
 Yulia Bravikova (RUS)
 Valeriya Khanina (UKR)
2014 African Championships[2] South Africa Tshwane 25 Mar–4 Apr 2014 3  Hana Hassan Nafie (EGY)
 Basma Ouatay (MAR)
 Shannon Gardiner (RSA)
2014 Pan American Championships[2] United States Daytona Beach 9–11 May 2014 3  Mayra Siñeriz (BRA)
 Edna Garcia (MEX)
 Laura Zeng (USA)
Oceania Qualifying Event[2] New Zealand Auckland 9–11 May 2014 1  Tara Wilkie (AUS)
TOTAL 18

Group

Event Location Date Qualified
Host Nation - -  China
2014 Asian Championships[2] Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 21–24 February 2014  Uzbekistan
 Kazakhstan
2014 Grand Prix (Europe Qualifying)[2] Russia Moscow 28 Feb–2 Mar 2014  Russia
 Bulgaria
2014 African Championships[2] South Africa Tshwane 25 Mar–4 Apr 2014  Egypt
2014 Pan American Championships[2] United States Daytona Beach 9–11 May 2014  Canada
Oceania Qualifying Event[2] New Zealand Auckland 11 May 2014 Declined
TOTAL 6

Trampoline

Each National Olympic Committee (NOC) can enter a maximum of 2 athletes, 1 per each gender. Athletes can qualify their nations in one of five continental qualification tournaments. As they qualified normally China was not given the host quota. Initially a further 2, 1 in each gender was to be decided by the Tripartite Commission, but only 1 spot was given; this will cause a reduction from the continental quota depending which continent the chosen athlete is from.[1]

To be eligible to participate at the Youth Olympics athletes must have been born between 1 January 1997 and 31 December 1998. Also athletes who have participated in FIG senior competitions or multisport games may not participate in the Youth Olympic Games[1]

Event Location Date Total Places Qualified Boys Qualified Girls
2014 European Championships[2] Portugal Guimaraes 7–13 April 2014 4  Artsion Zhuk (BLR)
 Zachary Sheridan (GBR)
 Pedro Ferreira (POR)
 Oleg Selyutin (RUS)
 Léa Labrousse (FRA)
 Teona Janjgava (GEO)
 Zainub Akbar (GBR)
 Maria Zacharchuk (RUS)
2014 African Championships[2] Namibia Walvis Bay 30 Apr–1 May 2014 2  Mohab Ayman Hassan (EGY)
 Reinhardt van Zyl (NAM)
 Ashrakat Ismail (EGY)
Tripartite Invitation[2] - -  Jivanka Kruger (NAM)
2014 Pan American Championships[2] United States Daytona Beach 7–12 May 2014 2  Luis Loria (MEX)
 Cody Gesuelli (USA)
 Karina Cantú (MEX)
 Nicole Ahsinger (USA)
2014 Oceania Championships[2] Australia Melbourne 28–30 May 2014 1  Dylan Schmidt (NZL)  Abbie Watts (AUS)
2014 Asian Championships[2] Japan Chiba 2–4 June 2014 3  Liu Changxin (CHN)
 Pirmammad Aliyev (KAZ)
 Amiran Babayan (UZB)
 Zhu Xueying (CHN)
 Rana Nakano (JPN)
 Nadeen Wehdan (QAT)
TOTAL 12 12

Schedule

The schedule was released by the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games Organizing Committee.[4][5]

All times are CST (UTC+8)
Event Date Event Day Starting Time Event Details
August 17 Sunday 13:30 Boys' Artistic Gymnastics Qualification
August 17 Sunday 19:00 Boys' Artistic Gymnastics Qualification
August 18 Monday 11:00 Girls' Artistic Gymnastics Qualification
August 18 Monday 14:30 Girls' Artistic Gymnastics Qualification
August 18 Monday 19:00 Girls' Artistic Gymnastics Qualification
August 19 Tuesday 19:00 Boys' Artistic Individual All-Around Finals
August 20 Wednesday 19:00 Girls' Artistic Individual All-Around Finals
August 21 Thursday 13:30 Girls' Trampoline
August 22 Friday 13:30 Boys' Trampoline
August 23 Saturday 19:00 Boys' Floor Finals
Girls' Vault Finals
Boys' Pommel Horse Finals
Girls' Uneven Bars Finals
Boys' Rings Finals
August 24 Sunday 19:00 Boys' Vault Finals
Girls' Balance Beam Finals
Boys' Parallel Bars Finals
Girls' Floor Finals
Boys' Horizontal Bar Finals
August 26 Tuesday 11:00 Girls' Rhythmic Individual All-Around Qualification
August 26 Tuesday 14:30 Girls' Rhythmic Individual All-Around Qualification
August 26 Tuesday 19:00 Girls' Rhythmic Group All-Around Qualification
August 27 Wednesday 13:30 Girls' Rhythmic Individual All-Around Finals
August 27 Wednesday 19:00 Girls' Rhythmic Group All-Around Finals

Medal summary

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Russia72211
2 China3317
3 Great Britain3159
4 Japan1214
5 Brazil1203
6 New Zealand1001
7 Ukraine0112
8 Belarus0101
 Belgium0101
 Bulgaria0101
 Hungary0101
 Italy0101
13 United States0022
14 Kazakhstan0011
 Portugal0011
 South Korea0011
 Uzbekistan0011
Totals (17 nations)16161648

Artistic Gymnastics

Boys' Events

Games Gold Silver Bronze
All-Around
Giarnni Regini-Moran
 Great Britain
Nikita Nagornyy
 Russia
Alec Yoder
 United States
Floor Exercise
Giarnni Regini-Moran
 Great Britain
Kenya Yuasa
 Japan
Lim Myong-woo
 South Korea
Horizontal Bar
Kenya Yuasa
 Japan
Luka van den Keybus
 Belgium
Giarnni Regini-Moran
 Great Britain
Parallel Bars
Nikita Nagornyy
 Russia
Botond Kardos
 Hungary
Giarnni Regini-Moran
 Great Britain
Pommel Horse
Nikita Nagornyy
 Russia
Vladyslav Hryko
 Ukraine
Timur Kadirov
 Uzbekistan
Rings
Nikita Nagornyy
 Russia
Ma Yue
 China
Vladyslav Hryko
 Ukraine
Vault
Giarnni Regini-Moran
 Great Britain
Ma Yue
 China
Nikita Nagornyy
 Russia

Girls' Events

Games Gold Silver Bronze
All-Around
Seda Tutkhalyan
 Russia
Flávia Saraiva
 Brazil
Ellie Downie
 Great Britain
Balance Beam
Wang Yan
 China
Flávia Saraiva
 Brazil
Ellie Downie
 Great Britain
Floor Exercise
Flávia Saraiva
 Brazil
Seda Tutkhalyan
 Russia
Ellie Downie
 Great Britain
Uneven Bars
Seda Tutkhalyan
 Russia
Iosra Abdelaziz
 Italy
Wang Yan
 China
Vault
Wang Yan
 China
Ellie Downie
 Great Britain
Sae Miyakawa
 Japan

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Individual All-Around
Irina Annenkova
 Russia
Mariya Trubach
 Belarus
Laura Zeng
 United States
Group All-Around
 Russia (RUS)
Daria Anenkova
Daria Dubova
Victoria Ilina
Natalia Safonova
Sofya Skomorokh
 Bulgaria (BUL)
Elena Bineva
Aleksandra Mitrovich
Emiliya Radicheva
Sofiya Rangelova
Gabriela Stefanova
 Kazakhstan (KAZ)
Viktoriya Guslyakova
Amina Kozhakhat
Nuray Kumarova
Darya Medvedeva
Aliya Moldakhmetova

Trampoline Gymnastics

Games Gold Silver Bronze
Boys' individual
Dylan Schmidt
 New Zealand
Liu Changxin
 China
Pedro Ferreira
 Portugal
Girls' individual
Zhu Xueying
 China
Rana Nakano
 Japan
Maria Zakharchuk
 Russia

Start List

Men's Qualification

Gymnastique au sol.svg Cheval d'arçon.svg Gymnastique aux anneaux.svg
Subdivision 1
 Canada  Sweden  Kazakhstan
 Slovakia  Colombia  Armenia
 Peru  Panama  Germany
 Morocco  China  South Africa
 Greece  Brazil  Belgium
 Israel  Australia  Mexico
 France  Malaysia  Russia
Subdivision 2
 Japan  Belarus  Egypt
  Switzerland  Cyprus  Finland
 Austria  Thailand  Hungary
 Puerto Rico  South Korea  United Kingdom
 Jordan  India  Uzbekistan
 Ukraine  Vietnam  Bulgaria
 Croatia  Italy  United States

Women's Qualification

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Subdivision 1
 Puerto Rico  Kazakhstan
 Algeria  South Korea
 Cayman Islands  Hungary
 Iraq  Singapore
 Finland  United Kingdom
 Portugal  Peru
 South Africa  Japan
Subdivision 2
 Turkey  Italy
 Mexico  China
 Czech Republic  Uzbekistan
 Poland  Argentina
 Belarus  Canada
 Egypt  Austria
  Switzerland  Philippines
Subdivision 3
 Qatar  Netherlands
 Greece  Romania
 Belgium  Russia
 Guatemala  Germany
 Tunisia  Norway
 Colombia  New Zealand
 France  Brazil

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f "Qualification System: Gymnastics" (PDF). FIG. June 2012. Retrieved 8 March 2014.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa "2nd Youth Olympic Games Qualifiers - Gymnastics". FIG. 8 July 2014. Retrieved 8 July 2014.
  3. ^ "African Rhythmic YOG qualifiers confirmed". FIG. 7 April 2014. Retrieved 8 April 2014.
  4. ^ "Sport Explanatory Brochure: Gymnastics-Artistic" (PDF). Nanjing Youth Olympic Games Organizing Committee. 3 March 2014. Retrieved 21 April 2014.
  5. ^ "Sport Explanatory Brochure: Gymnastics-Rhythmic" (PDF). Nanjing Youth Olympic Games Organizing Committee. 3 March 2014. Retrieved 21 April 2014.

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Giarnni Regini-Moran

Giarnni Regini-Moran (born 2 August 1998) is a British artistic gymnast. He is the 2014 Youth Olympic All-around, floor and vault champion, the 2016 European Junior All-around and floor champion and 2014 European Junior floor champion.

Gymnastics at the 2014 Commonwealth Games

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Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics – Boys' artistic individual all-around

The boys' artistic individual all-around at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics was held on August 19 at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre.

Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics – Boys' artistic qualification

Boys' artistic gymnastics qualification at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics was held at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre on August 17. The results of the qualification determined the qualifiers to the finals: 18 gymnasts in the all-around final, and 8 gymnasts in each of 4 apparatus finals.

Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics – Boys' trampoline

The Boys’ trampoline competition at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics was held on 22 August 2014. The event took place in Nanjing Olympic Sport Complex Gymnasium, Nanjing, China. There are 12 contestants from 12 different NOCs competing in this event.

Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics – Boys' vault

The Boy's vault event final for the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics took place on the 24th of August at 19:00Nanjing Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium.

Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics – Girls' artistic individual all-around

The girl's artistic individual all-around at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics was held on August 20 at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre.

Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics – Girls' artistic qualification

Girls artistic gymnastics qualification at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics was held at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre on August 18. The results of the qualification determined the qualifiers to the finals: 18 gymnasts in the all-around final, and 8 gymnasts in each of 4 apparatus finals.

Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics – Girls' balance beam

The Girl's balance beam event final for the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics took place on the 24th of August at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium.

Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics – Girls' floor

The Girl's floor event final for the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics took place on the 24th of August at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium.

Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics – Girls' rhythmic group all-around

The girls' rhythmic group all-around at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics was held on August 26–27 at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre.

Group consist of five gymnasts whom all perform in each routine. There are two rounds, a preliminary and a final, with each round consisting of two routines. In the preliminary, each group completes one routine using 5 clubs and one routine using 5 hoops. The four group with the highest combined scores in the two routines advance to the final. There, they perform the two routines again. Scores from the preliminary will not be carried over, and the group starts back their routines with maximum of D10/E10 in base value.

Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics – Girls' rhythmic individual all-around

The girls' rhythmic individual all-around at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics was held on August 26–27 at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre.

There were two rounds of competition in the individual competition. In each round, competing gymnasts performed four routines. One routine was performed with each of the four apparatus: rope, hoop, ball and clubs. The combined scores from the four routines made up the preliminary qualifications round score. The top eight gymnasts after the preliminary round advanced to the finals. There, they performed each routine again. Scores from the preliminary will not be carried over, the gymnasts start back their routines with maximum of D10/E10 in base value.

Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics – Girls' trampoline

The Girls’ trampoline competition at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics was held on 21 August 2014. The event took place in Nanjing Olympic Sport Complex Gymnasium, Nanjing, China. There are 12 contestants from 12 different NOCs competing in this event.

Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics – Girls' uneven bars

The Girl's uneven bars event final for the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics took place on 23 August at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium.

Gymnastics at the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics – Girls' vault

The Girl's vault event final for the 2014 Summer Youth Olympics took place on the 23rd of August at the Nanjing Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium.

Nikita Nagornyy

Nikita Vladimirovich Nagornyy (Russian: Никита Владимирович Нагорный, born 12 February 1997 in Rostov-on-Don, Rostov Oblast, Russia) is a Russian artistic gymnast. He is the 2016 Olympics Team silver medalist, the 2016 European Champion on floor, 2015 European Champion on vault, the 2014 Youth Olympic All-around silver medalist and pommel horse, rings and parallel bars Champion, and the 2014 European Junior vault champion.

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