U.S. women’s gymnastics team wins record-breaking world championship

Results from the 2022 World Gymnastics Championships in Liverpool, England (full results are here)…

FINAL
Women’s team
Gold: USA – 166,564
Silver: Great Britain – 163,363
Bronze: Canada — 160,563
4. Brazil —- 159,661
5. Italy — 159,463
6. China — 157,529
7. Japan — 156,964
8. France — 155,863

QUALIFICATIONS
Women’s team
(the top eight are in the team final on Tuesday)
1. USA — 167,263
2. Great Britain — 164,595
3. Brazil — 163,563
4. Italy — 162,798
5. Japan — 164,564
6. China — 162,064
7. France — 161,428
8. Canada — 159,661

Women everywhere (top 24, max. two per country, final on Thursday)
1. Rebecca Andrade (BRA) – 57,332
2. Shiles Jones (USA) – 55,766
3. Jade Carey (USA) – 55,132
4. Martina Maggio (ITA) – 54,800
5. Jessica Gadirova (GBR) — 54,599
6. Ou Yushan (CHN) – 54,466
7. Alice D’Amato (ITA) – 54,366
8. Shoko Miyata (JPN) — 54,166
9. Naomi Visser (NED) – 54.165
10. Flavia Saraiva (BRA) — 54.133
11. Eli Black (CAN) – 54.131
12. Jordan Chiles (USA) – 53,998 (cannot qualify for finals due to 2 per country rule)
12. Melanie de Jesus dos Santos (FRA) – 53,865
13. Alice Kinsella (GBR) – 53,798
14. Ondine Achampong (GBR) – 53,598 (cannot qualify for finals due to 2 per country rule)
14. Georgia Godwin (AUS) – 52.866
15. Tang Xiying (CHN) – 52,865
16. Carolann Hedwitt (FRA) – 52,698
17. Chiharu Yamada (JPN) – 52,465
18. Lisa Wallen (BEL) – 52,432
19. Tisha Wolleman (NED) – 52,333
20. Aline Fries (FRA) – 52.265 (cannot qualify for finals due to 2 per country rule)
20. Ana Barbosu (ROU) – 52.233
21. Laura Casabuena (ESP) – 52,032
22. Lee Yunseo (KOR) – 51,833
23. Manila Esposito (ITA) – 51,798 (cannot qualify for finals due to 2 per country rule)
23. Eytora Trozdóttir (NED) – 51,765 (cannot qualify for the final due to the 2 per country rule)
23. Romy Brown (AUS) – 51,731
24. Maisa Kuusiko (FIN) — 51,231

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Unevenly Bars (best eight, max. two per country, final on Saturday)
1. Luo Rui (CHN) – 14,900
2. Nina Dervael (BEL) — 14,700
3. Rebecca Andrade (BRA) — 14,666
4. Wei Xiaoyuan (CHN) – 14,600
5. Shiles Jones (USA) – 14,566
6. Sana Veerman (NED) – 14,533
7. Naomi Visser (NED) – 14,400
8. Elizabeth Seitz (GER) – 14,400

Vault (best eight, max. two per country, final on Saturday)
1. Jade Carey (USA) – 14,483
2. Jordan Chiles (USA) — 14,316
3. Colin Devillard (FRA) – 14,299
4. Yeo Seojeong (KOR) – 14,249
5. Jessica Gadirova (GBR) — 14,200 g
6. Eli Black (CAN) – 13,749
7. Shoko Miyata (JPN) — 13,666
8. Lisa Wallen (BEL) — 13,499

Balance beam (top eight, maximum two per country, final on Sunday)
1. Ou Yushan (CHN) — 13,900
2. Sky Blakely (USA) – 13,733
3. Shoko Miyata (JPN) — 13,700
4. Morski Boyer (FRA) – 13,666
5. Hazuki Watanabe (JPN) – 13,600
6. Zofia Kovach (HUN) — 13,533
7. Ayaka Sagakuhi (JPN) – 13,466 (cannot qualify for finals due to 2 per country rule)
7. Rebecca Andrade (BRA) — 13,400
8. Ellie Black (CAN) – 13,266

Exercise on the floor (top eight, maximum two per country, final on Sunday)
1. Flavia Saraiva (BRA) — 14,200 g
2. Rebecca Andrade (BRA) — 14,200
3. Jessica Gadirova (GBR) — 14,100
4. Jordan Chiles (USA) — 14,100
5. Jade Carey (USA) — 14,066
6. Shilese Jones (USA) – 13,800 (cannot qualify for finals due to 2 per country rule)
6. Naomi Visser (NED) – 13,666
7. Jennifer Gadirova (GBR) — 13,600
8. Alice D’Amato (ITA) – 13,600

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Men’s team (the eight best in the team final on Wednesday)
1. Japan — 260,695
2. Great Britain — 252,793
3. USA — 252,295
4. China — 249,929
5. Italy — 247,661
6. Spain — 245,594
7. Brazil — 245,394
8. South Korea — 244,093

Men everywhere (top 24, maximum two per country, final on Friday)
1. Wataru Tanigawa (JPN) – 84,731
2. Daiki Hashimoto (JPN) – 84,665
3. Carlos Yulo (PZZ) – 84,664
4. Joe Fraser (GBR) – 83,964
5. Zhang Boeng (CHN) – 83,766
6. Asher Hong (USA) – 83,299
7. Joel Plata (ESP) – 82,799
8. Brodie Malone (USA) – 82,631
9. Kazimir Schmidt (NED) – 82,565
10. Caio Souza (BRA) – 82,564
11. Jake Jarman (GBR) – 82,365
12. Diogo Soares (BRA) – 82,264
13. Ryu Sung-Hyun (KOR) – 81,930
14. Adem Asil (TOUR) — 81,764
15. Ilija Kovtun (UKR) — 81,732
16. Jumin Abadini (ITA) – 81,532
17. Tang Chia-Hung (TPE) – 80,698
18. Lucas Dauser (GER) – 80,431
19. Sophus Hegemsnes (NOR) – 80,099
20. Christian Balash (HUN) — 80.065
21. Yosimar Calvo (COL) – 79,898
22. Luca Van Den Kibus (BEL) — 79,799
23. Gabriel Burtanete (ROW) – 79,798
24. Lorenzo Casali (ITA) – 79,765

Exercise on the floor (best eight, max. two per country, final on Saturday)
1. Carlos Yulo (PZZ) — 15,266
2. Ryosuke Doi (JPN) – 14,766
3. Milad Karimi (KAZ) — 14,733
4. Gianni Regini-Moran (GBR) — 14,533
5. Zhang Boeng (CHN) – 14,500
6. Ryu Sung-Hyun (KOR) – 14,466
7. Daiki Hashimoto (JPN) – 14,466
8. Nicola Bartolini (ITA) — 14,433

He swept a horse (best eight, max. two per country, final on Saturday)
1. Reece McClenaghan (IRL) – 15,233
2. Steven Nedoroshchik (USA) – 15,233

3. Nariman Kurbanov (KAZ) — 15,033
4. Laurent De Munch (NED) – 14,833
5. Harutyun Merdinyan (ARM) — 14,700
6. Ryosuke Doi (JPN) – 14,466
7. Philippe Ude (CRO) — 14,400
8. Ahmad Abu Al Soud (YOR) – 14,366

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More rings (best eight, max. two per country, final on Saturday)
1. Courtney Tulloch (GBR) – 14,666
2. Zou Jingyuan (CHN) – 14,666
2. Adem Asil (TOUR) — 14,666
4. You Hao (CHN) – 14,633
5. Vahagn Davtyan (ARM) — 14,566
6. Yuya Kamoto (JPN) – 14,500
7. Artur Avetisyan (ARM) — 14,466
8. Donnell Wittenburg (USA) – 14,333

A high bar (top eight, maximum two per country, final on Sunday)
1. Daiki Hashimoto (JPN) — 15,100
2. Sun Wei (CHN) – 14,833
3. Zhang Boeng (CHN) – 14,733
4. Ilias Georgiou (CYP) — 14,466
5. Brodie Malone (USA) – 14,433
6. Yuya Kamoto (JPN) – 14,400
7. Arthur Mariano (BRA) — 14,366
8. Tyson Bull (AUS) – 14,333

Parallel bars (top eight, maximum two per country, final on Sunday)
1. Zou Jingyuan (CHN) – 15,700
2. Yuya Kamoto (JPN) – 15,433
3. Lucas Dauser (GER) — 15,400
4. Carlos Yulo (PZZ) — 15,300
5. Ferhat Arikan (TOUR) — 15,200
6. Yosimar Calvo (COL) – 15,166
7. Joe Fraser (GBR) – 15,066
8. Gianni Regini-Moran (GBR) — 14,966

Vault (top eight, maximum two per country, final on Sunday)
1. Artur Davtyan (ARM) — 14,900
2. Carlos Yulo (PZZ) – 14,849
3. Gabriel Burtanete (ROU) – 14,633
4. Igor Radvilov (UKR) — 14,566
5. Caio Souza (BRA) – 14,566
6.. Lee Joon-Ho (KOR) – 14,450
7. Wataru Tanigawa (JPN) – 14,450
8. Kim Hansol (KOR) – 14,433

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