A look at the top scores in the world following the 99 meets leading up to the Olympic Games in 2021.
There have been a total of 3,001 all-around performances, as well as 3,664 vault scores, 3,841 bars scores, 3,967 beam scores, and 3,822 floor scores so far this year, in addition to 622 two-vault attempts that get averaged for an event final (or qualification into a final).
Below, find a list of the top all-around and event scores thus far, as well as the top D scores for each event. An asterisk (*) next to the name denotes a junior competitor, and I’ve removed bonus from all domestic meets to keep things as accurate as possible. As a note, we only include juniors in the two-vault averages or D-score combos if they’re competing vaults from two different families, and if a competition uses bonuses but their score sheets don’t differentiate those bonuses from the totals, we don’t include those scores in our database.
Note that we also only include difficulty scores that were actually awarded by judges in a competition – Guan Chenchen may be attempting a 7.0 beam routine, but because China did not reveal D and E breakdowns for any of its competitions this year aside from event finals at nationals, a 6.2 is the highest we have on record for her, so that’s what we included.
Top 10 AA Scores
Rank Athlete Nation Meet Score
1 Simone Biles United States U.S. Olympic Trials D1 60.565
2 Sunisa Lee United States U.S. Olympic Trials D2 58.166
3 Viktoria Listunova Russia Russian Cup AA 57.965
4 Li Shijia China Chinese Championships QF 57.698
5 Jordan Chiles United States U.S. Championships D2 57.550
6 Vladislava Urazova Russia Russian Championships AA 57.365
7 Zhang Jin China 2nd Chinese Olympic Trials 57.032
8 Lu Yufei China Chinese Championships QF 56.932
9 Wei Xiaoyuan China 2nd Chinese Olympic Trials 56.832
10 Angelina Melnikova Russia Russian Cup QF 56.831
The rest at her website.