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AA Finalists
  1. Simone Biles (USA) - 62.366
  2. Aly Raisman (USA) - 60.607
  3. Rebeca Andrade (BRA) - 58.732
  4. Seda Tutkhalyan (RUS) - 58.207
  5. Aliya Mustafina (RUS) - 58.098
  6. Wang Yan (CHN) - 57.599
  7. Eythora Thorsdottir (NED) - 57.566
  8. Mai Murakami (JPN) - 57.264
  9. Isabela Onyshko (CAN) - 57.232
  10. Elisabeth Seitz (GER) - 57.098
  11. Asuka Teramoto (JPN) - 57.066
  12. Ellie Black (CAN) - 56.965
  13. Jessica Lopez (VEN) - 56.932
  14. Giulia Steingruber (SUI) - 56.899
  15. Lieke Wevers (NED) - 56.782
  16. Marine Brevet (FRA) - 56.565
  17. Flavia Saraiva (BRA) - 56.532
  18. Shang Chunsong (CHN) - 56.532
  19. Nina Derwael (BEL) - 56.532
  20. Ellie Downie (GBR) - 56.466
  21. Louise Vanhille (FRA) - 55.765
  22. Carlotta Ferlito (ITA) - 55.599
  23. Sophie Scheder (GER) - 55.598
  24. Vanessa Ferrari (ITA) - 55.265

R1. Claudia Fragapane (GBR) - 55.032
R2. Ana Sofia Gomez Porras (GUA) - 54.83
R3. Zsofia Kovacs (HUN) - 54.598

The top 25 AA total D-scores shown by the women in qualifications.  Italics mean they didn’t qualify to the AA, whether it be because of two-per-country or ranking too low.

  • This makes me feel terrible for Ana Sofia Gomez and Kim Bui.  :(
  • I just need to acknowledge that Ross is a beast.
  • With the Amanar, Popa would go up to 24.1, moving to #4 above Mustafina.  (Though ofc Mustafina’s difficulty will almost assuredly increase as well.)
Qualifying to the Test Event

I’m no expert in this and I’ve never done it before so please correct me if I’m wrong (really, do correct me because I wanna be sure who made it)

So 40 individual gymnasts can go to the Test Event. Teams that ended up 17th-24th yesterday get to send 2 gymnasts (whoever they want), countries without a team get 1 gymnast. 8 teams means 16 gymnasts, if they only send 1 then I guess that just makes room for one more individual gymnast but I won’t be considering that.

This way we have only 24 individual spots to award to countries without full teams at this Worlds and they get awarded according to AA standings, so it should be something like this:

1. Jessica Lopez (VEN) - 54.231
2. Ana Filipa Martins (POR) - 54.199
3. Oksana Chusovitina (UZB) - 52.998
4. Marcia Vidiaux (CUB) - 52.632
5. Teja Belak (SLO) - 52.489
6. Thema Williams (TTO) - 52.466
7. Ariana Orrego (PER) - 52.165
8. Ana Sofia Gomez (GUA) - 51.999
9. Danusia Francis (JAM) - 51.999
10. Tutya Yilmaz (TUR) - 51.965
11. Houry Gebeshian (ARM) - 51.965
12. Farah Ann Abdul Hadi (MAS) - 51.965
13. Farah Boufadene (ALG) - 51.965
14. Courtney McGregor (NZL) - 51.932
15. Alaina Kwan (BLR) - 51.866
16. Ailen Valente (ARG) - 51.164
17. Phan Thi Ha Thanh (VIE) - 51.033
18. Mariana Kehrasova (AZE) - 50.932
19. Barbora Mokosova (SVK) - 50.724
20. Angelina Kusla (UKR) - 50.665
21. Simona Castro (CHI) - 50.599
22. Ellis Oreilly (IRL) - 50.499
23. Ana Derek (CRO) - 50.498
24. Irina Sazonova (ISL) - 50.398
R1. Ginna Escobar (COL) - 50.298
R2. Dipa Karmakar (IND) - 49.966
R3. Claudia Cummins (RSA) - 49.632

I believe these spots are nominative meaning the federations CAN NOT send a different gymnast, but I could be wrong. You will also have to make sure the continental requirements (2 gymnasts per continent, 1 for Oceania) are fulfilled and also the Tripartite places but it shouldn’t change things too much.

EDIT: Apparently the spots are NON-NOMINATIVE, which means the country gets the spot and decides whoever they want to send. Here is the official table from FIG.