Gymnastics – European Championship 2022 – Live broadcast – Results – Medalists Fries, Sharpay and Hedwitt – Sports info – Skating

Gymnastics – European Championship 2022

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A total of 574 gymnasts from over 30 countries will compete in the senior and junior competitions at Olympia Hall in Munich. This room had actually hosted artistic gymnastics during the 1972 Munich Olympics.

This European event is a qualifier for the World Championships, scheduled in Liverpool from 29 October to 6 November.

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The best European gymnasts* strive for continental medals in the all-around competition, in the approved finals and in the team event.

The British delegation will be attended by the two bronze medalists of the Tokyo 2020 Games: Alice Kinsella, twins Jennifer and Jessica Gaderova.

Team GB will also be able to count on 2019 Para World Champion Joe Fraser. The Italian team will be led by world medalists Asia D’Amato and Nicola Bartolini and three-time Youth Olympic gold medalist Giorgia Villa.

Also particularly expected are Israel’s Artem Dolgobat, the reigning Olympic champion on Earth, or Ireland’s Rhys McClingan on the pommel horse. On home soil, Olympic medalist Marcel Nguyen will make his final appearances for Germany.

France will come to Bavaria with only three athletes to compete in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in 2021: Alain Friese, Carolan Hedwitt and Maren Boyer. But Lorette Sharpe, who won her first World Cup gold in April 2022, in Baku on the uneven bars, will be one worth watching.

In 2021, she ruptured the cruciate ligament in her left knee and was unable to qualify for Tokyo 2020.

* Unfortunately, Russian gymnasts, the best on the continent, are prohibited from participating.

Live tracking and full results here

the program

Thursday 11 August

Best 6 / Women’s Overall (Vault, Asymmetric Bar, Balance Beam, Floor, Score)

1 ITA D’AMATO Asia 13,766 13,900 13,500 13,566 54,732

2 GBR KINSELLA Alice 13,600 13,966 13,033 13,533 54,132

3 ITA MAGGIO Martina 13,666 13,066 13,400 13,833 53,965

4 FR HEDUIT Carolan 13,800 13,733 13,400 12,766 53,699

5 Bill Vaillen Lisa 14,200 13,500 12,933 13,066 53,699

6 Ned Visser Naomi 13,133 14.266 12,233 13.633 53,265.265

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Asia D’Amato’s reaction

“When I got into the competition, I knew I could do a great job today. Before my pub routine, I knew it was possible for me to win the gold, so I got a little nervous but stayed strong and focused because I really wanted that medal.

I think first place is the right place for me in this competition. “I am proud to receive this medal for Italy and to follow the success of my role model as Vanessa Ferrari (the overall gold medalist at the European Championships in 2007). ”

On the strong performance of the Italian national team: “We showed a great competition today but we want to be stronger in the team final on Saturday. After finishing third in Stuttgart (world championship 2019) we really want this gold.”

Saturday 13 August

Women’s Team Final (basement, asymmetric bar, crossbar, floor, total)

1- Italy 41,566 42,799 40,166 40,632 165,163

2- Great Britain 41,366 40,133 39,933 39,732 161,164

3- Germany 40,932 40,833 39,933 36,732 158,430

4- Netherlands 40,333 40,666 36,466 38,999 156,464

5- Belgium 40,133 39,832 37,599 37,966 155,530

6- France 40,066 40,332 35,932 38,832 155,162

7- Hungary 41,199 39,265 37,065 36,566 154,095

8- Spain 39,032 38,499 37,099 37,065 151,695

Sunday 14 August

* Horse jumping final

1. HUN KOVACS Zsofia 13.933.2009

2. ITA D’AMATO Asia 13.716 (Unfortunately, the European champion suffered a serious ankle injury)

3. FRIESS Aline 13,599,000

* Unequal bars final

1. Gear Seitz Elizabeth 14,433,000

2. ITA D’AMATO Alice 14,400,000

3. FRA Charpy Laureate 14.166.2007

* Final beam

1. Jer Mallewski Emma Leoni 13.466.2007

2. GBR ACAMPONG Ondine 13,400,000

3. FRA HEDUIT Carolan 13,400,000

* Final round

1. GBR GADIROVA Jessica 14000

2. ITA MAGGIO Martina 13.933

3. Etta Androli Angela 13,866.2007

Thursday August 18

10:00-20:00: Men’s all-around singles competition

Saturday 19 August

14:45-17:15: men’s team final

Sunday August 21

1:45 p.m.-5:25 p.m.: Men’s individual finals by approval (floor, knob horse, loops, Vault, parallel bars, horizontal bar)

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