2022 Cottbus World Cup February 24-27

Thanks to Lauren from Gymnternet

ALBANIA
Matvei Petrov
ARMENIA
Artur Avetisyan
Artur Davtyan
Vahagn Davtyan
Gagik Khachikyan
AUSTRALIA
James Bacueti
Mitchell Morgans
Michael Tone
AUSTRIA
Manuel Arnold
Alexander Benda
Xheni Dyrmishi
Vinzenz Höck
AZERBAIJAN
Javidan Babayev
Nikita Simonov
Ivan TIkhonv Samira Gahramanova
BELARUS
Sviataslau Dranitski
Dzmitry Hurynovich
Yahor Sharamkou Adelina Rylko
Anastasiya Smantsar
CANADA
Audrey Rousseau
Rose Woo
CROATIA
Aurel Benovic
Tin Srbic
Filip Ude
Jakov Vlahek
CZECH REPUBLIC
Jonas Behal
Ondrej Kalny
Radomir Sliz Lucie Trnkova
FINLAND
Akseli Karsikas
Pavel Titov
FRANCE
Benjamin Osberger
Mathias Philippe
Cyril Tommasone
GERMANY
Nils Dunkel
Nils Matache
Felix Remuta
Dario Sissakis
Glenn Trebing Lea Marie Quaas
Aiyu Zhu
GREAT BRITAIN
Joshua Nathan
Hayden Skinner
Courtney Tulloch Ellie Downie
GREECE
Stavros Gkinis
Nikolaos Iliopoulos
Christoforos Konstantinidis
Konstantinos Konstantinidis
Antonios Tantalidis
Stefanos Tsolakidis Elvira Katsali
Konstantina Maragkou
Areti Pagoni
HONG KONG
Ng Ka Ki
Shek Wai Hung Charlie Chan Cheuk Lam
Angel Wong Hiu Ying
ICELAND
Jon Gunnarsson
ISRAEL
Artem Dolgopyat
Pavel Gulidov
Eyal Indig
Andrey Medvedev
Alexander Myakinin Ofir Netzer
ITALY
Thomas Grasso
Matteo Levantesi
Carlo Macchini
KAZAKHSTAN
Milad Karimi
Nariman Kurbanov
Farukh Nabiyev
LATVIA
Dmitrijs Mickevics
NETHERLANDS
Loran de Munck
Martijn de Veer
Jordi Hagenaar
Rick Jacobs Sanna Veerman
Tisha Volleman
NEW ZEALAND
Ethan Dick
Sam Dick
William Fu Allen
Mikhail Koudinov
Jorden O’Connell Inns Reece Cobb
Keira Rolston-Larking
NORWAY
Fredrik Aas
Peder Skogvang
Harald Wibye Selma Halvorsen
Mari Kanter
Maria Tronrud
PANAMA
Pablo Broszio
POLAND
Kacper Garnczarek
Sebastian Gawronski Wiktoria Giemza
Wiktoria Lopuszanska
Kaja Skalska
SLOVAKIA
Barbora Mokosova
SLOVENIA
Luka Bojanc
Nikolaj Bozic
Luka Kisek Lucija Hribar
Tjasa Kysselef
Zala Trtnik
SPAIN
Thierno Diallo
Pau Jimenez
Dietmar Reinhardt
Daniel Tuya Laura Bechdeju
Alba Petisco
Irene Ros
THAILAND
Suphacheep Baobenmad
Ittirit Kumsiriratn
Tikumporn Surintornta
TURKEY
Ferhat Arican
Adem Asil
Hasan Bulut
Ibrahim Colak
Sercan Demir
Mehmet Ayberk Kosak
UKRAINE
Nazar Chepurnyi
Illia Kovtun
Roman Vashchenko Daniela Batrona
Yuliia Kasianenko
UNITED STATES
Brody Malone
Stephen Nedoroscik
UZBEKISTAN
Rasuljon Abdurakhimov
Abdulla Azimov
Khabibullo Ergashev
Utkirbek Juraev
Abdulaziz Mirvaliev

Very few WAG. And at least one one the roster is out with injury. (Ellie Downie)

not sure if they will replace her or not.

If you had asked me before seeing the list to pick the three countries that were sending 3 WAG, I’d have grown old and died before coming up with Norway, Poland and Slovenia.

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I think we will be seeing more of the countries that are unlikely to qualify a full team via continentals send individual athletes to World Cups.
Poland was 22nd in 2018 and then the federation was unable to send a full team to Stuttgart (I think it was because they didn’t pay the FIG dues?)
Slovenia was 31st and Norway 34th.

So the best chance to send individuals will be through the World Cup apparatus qualification or through individual qualification at continentals. All 3 are European countries so the competition will be much stronger for individual placements at Europeans than say Asia or Africa.

It is unlikely you will see top tiered teams like United States, Great Britain, China, Russia, France, etc attend World Cups because the countries will qualify full teams to Worlds this year easily, as a result World Cup apparatus does nothing for them except give possible experience to athletes. Canada is sending two, both of whom are likely to be contenders for their World team. Same with Netherlands and Spain. But, these are also teams that are fighting for a spot in the top 12 and as a result want their gymnasts competing more.

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Going for the experience seems like a good thing. USA always seems to suffer from not sending athletes to international competitions.

I think USA ladies would send someone but it is the same weekend as the Winter Cup.

Nedoroscik and Malone are going for the men but they are already on the NT and competing at Cottbus keeps them there.

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US is sending a WAG team to DTB in March and Jesolo in April. They were also supposed to go to Gymnix but that was cancelled. Appears they’re prioritizing team opportunities over individual ones.

Which makes sense as 2/3 of the national team is retired or in NCAA.

Also World Cups are no longer about Olympic qualification and now it is for World qualification for individuals…which the US is not eligible considering the top 5 teams in Americas qualify to Worlds.

So it is likely USA, Canada, Brazil going to Worlds this year…unsure who the other two will be but Argentina and Mexico are likely favorites. Peru and Chile might be outside chances to knock out one of these two.

Soooooo many other programmes are in some kind of transition phase at the moment, it’s an unprecedented situation. Plus competitions in late Feb and March are often useful for those needing competitive numbers before Euros in spring, but we’re not seeing that this year because of it being mid-quad.

Agree as well that with the new worlds qualification processes, we’ll see the world cups more obviously targeted by countries who have no realistic chance of getting full teams to worlds through the continental route.

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Day 1 archived stream

Nice to see the heartfelt opening statement and minutes silence.

The new MAG FX trend seems to be straight front fulls into double fronts. Netzer gets lovely height on her front pike vault. I’m looking forward to seeing Tulloch compete his RSG on vault in finals.

I’m so happy that 2022 international elite competitions have begun.

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COTTBUS (GER) - FIG ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS INDIVIDUAL APPARATUS WORLD CUP (day2)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPpKvpXO_yk&t=1513s&ab_channel=FederazioneGinnasticad%27Italia

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Tisha Volleman - Uneven Bars (Finals)

5 x D (Shaposhnikova, Gienger, straddled Jaeger, overshoot to handstand, full twisting double tuck dismount)
2 x C (clear hip, giant full)
1 x B (giant to blind change)

Total DV - 2.8

CV

Shaposhnikova + Gienger (D flight from low bar to high bar + C or more with turn or flight on high bar) - 0.2

Total CV - 0.2

Dismount Bonus
full twisting double tuck (D) - 0.2

CR

Flight from high bar to low bar - overshoot to handstand
Flight element on same bar - Gienger
Different Grips - giant to blind change, straddled Jaeger
Non-flight with 360 degree turn - giant full

Total D - 2.8 + 0.2 + 0.2 + 2.0 = 5.2

Deductions

glide kip
(insufficient extension) 0.1

Shaposhnikova
(leg separation on first flight phase) 0.1
(leg separation on back swing) 0.1 (potentially 0.3, but gave the benefit of the doubt due to the angle)
(bent knees) 0.1

Gienger
(insufficient height) 0.1
(bent arms upon regrasp) 0.1

cast to handstand with legs straddled
(body posture / slight pike in hips) 0.1

giant to blind change
(angle of completion → between 11 and 30 degrees of handstand) 0.1

straddled Jaeger
(bent arms upon regrasp) 0.3

overshoot to handstand
(insufficient height) 0.1
(body shape / pike in hips) 0.1

clear hip
(bent arms) 0.1
(body shape / arch) 0.1

toe-on shoot to high bar
(flexed feet) 0.1
(underrotation of flight element) 0.1

cast to handstand with legs straddled
(body posture / pike in hips) 0.1
(angle of completion → past 30 degrees of handstand) 0.1

giant full
(angle of completion → between 11 and 30 degrees of handstand) 0.1, borderline 0.3

full twisting double tuck
(bent knees on giant swing) 0.5
(deviation from ideal landing posture) 0.1
(landed with feet apart) 0.1
(step on landing) 0.1

Total Deductions - (2.8) 7.2 / Actual 8.133

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** Anastasia Smantsar - Uneven Bars (Finals)**

1 x E (van Leeuwen)
5 x D (piked stalder, piked stalder 1/2, straddled Jaeger, overshoot to handstand, toe-on full)
2 x C (piked sole circle to handstand, double pike dismount)

Total DV - 3.1

CV

piked stalder 1/2 + straddled Jaeger (D + D, both elements with turn or flight) 0.1

Total CV - 0.1

Dismount Bonus
None

CR

Flight from high bar to low bar - overshoot to handstand
Flight element on same bar - straddled Jaeger
Different Grips - piked stalder, straddled Jaeger
Non-flight with 360 degree turn - toe-on full

Total D - 3.1 + 0.1 + 0.0 + 2.0 = 5.2

Elements or Connections Downgraded

piked sole circle to handstand → Completed more than 10 degrees past handstand, drops in value to B

piked stalder → Completed more than 10 degrees past handstand, drops in value to C

overshoot to handstand → Did not reach within 10 degrees of handstand, drops in value to C

Credited D - 2.8 + 0.1 + 0.0 + 2.0 = 4.9

Deductions

glide kip
(insufficient extension) 0.1

cast to handstand with legs straddled
(body posture / slight pike in hips) 0.1

piked sole circle to handstand
(angle of completion → between 11 and 30 degrees of handstand) 0.1

van Leeuwen
(flexed feet) 0.1
(bent knees) 0.3

piked stalder
(flexed feet) 0.1
(angle of completion → between 11 and 30 degrees of handstand) 0.1

piked stalder 1/2
(flexed feet) 0.1

overshoot to handstand
(insufficient height) 0.1
(body shape / pike in hips) 0.1
(angle of completion → between 11 and 30 degrees of handstand) 0.1

toe-on full
(angle of completion → past 45 degrees of handstand) 0.5

toe-on shoot to high bar
(insufficient height) 0.1
(underrotation of flight element) 0.1

double pike
(bent knees on giant swing) 0.1
(step on landing) 0.1

Total Deductions - (2.2) 7.8 / Actual 8.200

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Alba Petisco - Floor Exercise (Finals)

Acro:

2 x E (Arabian double front 1/2, Arabian double front)
2 x D (double tuck, double pike)

Total Acro DV - 1.8

Dance:

1 x E (Mitchell)
2 x C (full twisting split leap, switch leap 1/2)
1 x B (switch leap)

Total Dance DV - 1.3

Total DV - 3.1

CV

whip + double tuck (D + A) = 0.1 CV

Total CV - 0.1

Dismount Bonus

double pike (D) - 0.2

CR

Dance Passage - switch leap to full twisting split leap
Salto with 360 LA turn - Arabian double front 1/2
Double Salto - double tuck
Salto Backward and Forward - Arabian double front, double pike

Total D - 3.1 + 0.1 + 0.2 + 2.0 = 5.4

Elements or Connections Downgraded

Mitchell

Turn not fully completed → Credit as double turn in tuckstand (D element)

Total D - 3.0 + 0.1 + 0.2 + 2.0 = 5.3

Deductions

Arabian double front 1/2
(flexed feet) 0.1
(body posture on landing / chest forward and low) 0.1
(hop on landing) 0.1

Arabian double front
(flexed feet) 0.1
(body posture on landing / hips slightly below knees) 0.1
(step on landing) 0.1

double tuck
(flexed feet) 0.1
(insufficient height) 0.1
(body posture on landing / chest forward and low) 0.1
(large step on landing) 0.3

Mitchell
(excessive preparation) 0.1
(body shape → bent knee, flexed foot, undefined arms) 0.3
(lack of precision) 0.1

switch leap 1/2
(body shape → bent knee on swing forward) 0.1

double pike
(insufficient height) 0.1
(body posture on landing / chest forward and low) 0.1
(hop on landing) 0.1

Artistry

  • Insufficient amplitude (maximum elongation of the movements) (0.1)
  • Insufficient complexity or creativity of movements throughout exercise (0.1)
  • Poor corner choreography / lack of variety (0.1)

Total Deductions - (2.4) 7.6 / Actual 7.600

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Just wanted to say thank you for posting these in the various threads. I get a lot out of them and enjoy learning more about the COP. Your beam and floor seems to be spot on for Cottbus/Doha :+1:

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Tjasa Kysselef - Vault (Finals)

Vault 1

(bent knees in preflight) 0.1
(leg separation in preflight → greater than shoulder width) 0.3
(shoulder angle) 0.1
(bent arms during repulsion) 0.1
(insufficient stretch) 0.1
(bent knees during flight phase) 0.1
(insufficient height) 0.1
(insufficient dynamics) 0.1
(hop on landing) 0.1

Total Deductions - (1.1) 8.9 / Actual 8.833

Vault 2

(leg separation in preflight → greater than shoulder with) 0.3
(flexed feet) 0.1
(shoulder angle) 0.1
(arch) 0.1
(flexed feet during flight phase) 0.1
(insufficient height) 0.1
(insufficient dynamics) 0.1
(deviation from ideal landing position, slight squat) 0.1
(large step landing) 0.3

Total Deductions - (1.3) 8.7 / Actual 8.733

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