Competition day II: Five more teams hope to qualify for the Team final
The teams from the Netherlands, Great Britain and Japan, among others, will compete in the qualifying competition on the 2nd day of competition. The team from the Netherlands will also include Sanne Wevers, who became Olympic champion on balance beam after showing an almost flawless exercise in Rio 2016. However she didn’t suceed in continuing this success in the last two years and missed out on medals due to failed exercises on beam. Will she be able to expand her medal collection now in Stuttgart?
The qualifying rounds are not only about entering the finals but also about the qualification for the Olympic Games. Only the best twelve teams of the 2019 World Gymnastics Championships will make it to Tokyo 2020.
Placings of the qualifying competitions:
- Top 12 teams qualify for the Olympic Games
- Top 8 teams qualify for the Team Final
- Top 24 gymnasts on all apparatus qualify for the all-around finals
- Top 8 gymnasts per apparatus qualify for the apparatus finals on vault, bars, beam and floor
First Apparatus of Subdivision 7 to 9
Subdivision 7, from 9 A.M.
- Mixed 12: Vault
- Großbritannien: Uneven Bars
- Mixed 16: Balance Beam
- Italien: Floor
Subdivision 9, from 1.30 P.M.
- Mixed 9: Vault
- Mexiko: Uneven Bars
- Mixed 7: Balance Beam
- Japan: Floor
Subdivision 8, from 11 A.M.
- Mixed 11: Vault
- Spain: Uneven Bars
- Netherlands: Balance Beam
- Mixed 6: Floor
Further events on this day