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Qualified for the finals. Italy dreams with Perotti, Gadi and Marano – OA Sport

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The qualifiers for the finals of the 2023 World Junior Championships in Artistic Gymnastics have been released., underway in Antalya (Turkey). Italy is dreaming big with Giulia Perotti and Caterina Gadi in second and fifth place respectively in the individual all-around. Giulia Perotti (bars, beam, floor exercise), Gaddi’s first on the parallel bars, July Marano will play her cards on the vault.

Artistic Gymnastics for World Junior Final Qualification 2023

Individual Open Competition (All)
1. Sarah Yamaguchi (Japan) 52.065
2. Giulia Perotti (Italy) 51,598
3. Haruka Nakamura (Japan) 50,399
4. Isabel Stassi (USA) 49,832
5. Caterina Gadi (Italy) 49,798
6. Marlene Gotthard (Germany) 49,498
7. Leire Escauriaza (Spain) 49.433
8. Zoe Tsaprailis (Canada) 49,232
9. Vanessa Mazova (Czech Republic) 49.231
10. Gabriela Vanoga (Romania) 49.166
11. Abigail Martin (Great Britain) 49.131
13. Mia Giuliana Minardi (Argentina) 48,898
14. Elena Devrecker (Belgium) 48,732
15. Luisa Abel (Brazil) 48,698
16. Shuxuan Jiang (China) 48.532
17. Lana Pontard (France) 48.433
18. Victorian Sharon (Canada) 48.199
19. Jemima Taylor (Great Britain) 48,132
20. Grina Tudor (Romania) 48.032
21. Lilou Viallat (France) 47,832
23. Anastasia Shubkova (Ukraine) 47,632
24. Jayla Hong (USA) 47,565
26. Isabella Aylan Ajalla (Argentina) 47,464
Julio Marano (Italy, 12th), Cristella Brunetti-Burns (Canada, 22nd) and Anamaria Mihescu (Romania, 25th) were excluded due to the passport rule.

Valving
1. Isabel Stassi (USA) 13,566
2. Jayla Hong (USA) 13,533
3. Mia Giuliana Minardi (Argentina) 13,449
3. July Marano (Italy) 13.449
5. Mika Mizuno (Japan) 13,433
6. Ming Van Eijken (France) 13.083
7. Victorian Sharon (Canada) 13.033
8. Zoe Tsaparilis (Canada) 13.016

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Asymmetric parallels
1. Caterina Gadi (Italy) 13,366
2. Helen Kevrig (Germany) 13.066
3. Giulia Perotti (Italy) 13,033
3. Hesley Rivera (USA) 13.033
5. Sarah Yamaguchi (Japan) 12,866
6. Haruka Nakamura (Japan) 12,800
7. Leire Escauriaza (Spain) 12,600
9. Mia Giuliana Minardi (Japan) 12,433
July Marano (Italy, eighth) is excluded due to the passport rule.

Utram
1. Sarah Yamaguchi (Japan) 13.333
2. Hanyu Yu (China) 13,100
3. Marlene Gotthard (Germany) 13.033
4. Gabriela Vanoga (Romania) 12,866
5. Giulia Perotti (Italy) 12,766
6. Cristella Brunetti-Burns (Canada) 12,700
7. Ko-Wen Yang (Chinese Taipei) 12,600
8. Vanessa Mazova (Czech Republic) 12,533

Free body
1. Mika Mizuno (Japan) 13.166
2. Hesley Rivera (USA) 13.133
3. Haruka Nakamura (Japan) 12,833
4. Jayla Hong (USA) 12,766
5. Jemima Taylor (Great Britain) 12,733
6. Giulia Perotti (Italy) 12,733
7. Seohyun Hwang (South Korea) 12,700
9. Victorian Sharon (Canada) 12,566
Isabelle Staggy (USA, eighth) was excluded due to the passport rule.

Photo: Simone Ferraro/FGI

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