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Mensaje por yerofeeva el Vie 23 Sep 2011 - 5:29

Gracias a Justin del foro internacional


Upcoming are the following episodes:

1. Groups at the World Championships
2. Defeated By Ratio
3. Medals at the European Championships for Individuals
4. Medals at the European Championships for Groups
5. Rankings and Statistics at European Championships
6. Rankings and Statstics at World Championships
7. Medals at the World Championships for Individuals
8. A selection: special medals obtained


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Episode 1 - Groups at the World Championships


World Championships - Group AA
Since 1963, 30 World Champions have been held, in which the first group competition took place in 1967 in Copenhague (DEN). It was not until1977 in Basel (SUI) groups had to perform two routines. There have been 25 World Championships were groups had to compete (1963, 1965, 1993, 1997
and 2001 were the exceptions).

If correctly, it was not until 1987 groups had to perform two different routines.

Only in 1973, 1975, 1981, 1983 and 1985 an All Around Final took place; in all other cases the qualifications equals the all around results. The All Around Final was the qualifying score added to their final score. In 1981, 1983 and 1985, this was the average of the qualifying scores.

The largest amount of groups competed was in Moscow 2010 (29) and Paris 1994 (29). The lowest amounts were in Havana 1971 (9), Copenhague 1967 (11) and Madrid (1975). From the latter, it is important to know that several countries (including all East European countries) boycotted the Madrid 1975 Worlds because of the regime of Franco.

In 1995, the group composition changed from 6 to 5 gymnast in favor of the Olympic Games in 1996, where the group competition first hit the stage at the Olympic level. Or in other words: the IOC required to do so.

A total of 53 nations have participated:


Code:
NOC DEBUT LAST Part. Best Worst
----------------------------------------

ARG 1996 1999 2 23 26
ARM 1994 1994 1 29 29
AUS 1979 2010 7 16 27
AUT 1973 2010 16 8 24
AZE 1994 2010 5 4 28
BEL 1967 1979 5 9 20
BLR 1992 2010 12 1 11
BRA 1973 2010 21 7 27
BUL 1967 2010 24 1 15
CAN 1971 2010 20 4 23
CHI 2003 2007 2 23 27
CHN 1981 2010 17 3 16
CUB 1967 2007 9 4 22
CZE 1994 2009 7 12 23
DEN 1967 1977 4 8 15
ESP 1975 2010 21 1 15
EST 1992 2003 4 17 21
FIN 1973 2010 17 7 22
FRA 1973 2010 21 5 16
FRG 1967 1989 10 5 17
GBR 1975 2010 6 11 29
GDR 1967 1985 5 3 7
GEO 2010 2010 1 25 25
GER 1991 2010 12 5 14
GRE 1989 2010 13 2 18
HUN 1969 2010 18 4 23
ISR 2007 2010 3 4 6
ITA 1967 2010 25 1 16
JPN 1969 2010 24 2 16
KAZ 1994 2010 7 12 26
KOR 1994 2010 11 10 25
LAT 1992 1994 2 19 20
LTU 1992 2003 5 14 26
MEX 1971 2007 4 9 24
NED 1973 1998 11 9 21
NOR 1977 1991 7 8 16
NZL 1979 2007 7 13 26
POL 1967 2010 11 6 18
POR 1994 1999 4 12 24
PRK 1971 2010 12 2 20
ROM 1969 1999 4 10 14
RUS 1992 2010 12 1 4
SLO 1992 1999 3 16 24
SUI 1975 2010 13 9 19
SVK 1994 2003 6 13 25
SWE 1969 1994 8 6 22
TCH 1967 1989 10 2 11
UKR 1992 2010 12 4 13
URS 1967 1991 12 1 2
USA 1979 2010 14 11 23
UZB 2009 2010 2 18 24
VEN 2007 2010 2 25 28
YUG 1967 1991 4 7 15

Surprising results:

- ISR only entered the Worlds in 2007 onwards (do note at the European Level, they were presented much earlier!!).

- ITA is the only country which was present at ALL worlds which included a group competition

- BUL's worst result was a 15th place during the 1992 Worlds in Brussels, whereas RUS' never dropped below a 4th place in the AA (both 1995 as 1996 Worlds)
- BUL is certainly not the only top country who has had some really bad years. Frankly enough those worst results were only obtained recently.
Amongst them is BRA (best 7th, 1975 -- worst 27th 1994; 26th in 2010), ITA (16h in 1994, 1st in 1975, 2009 and 2010), ESP (1st in 1991, 15th in 2010), GRE (2nd in 1999, 18th in 2010)

- ON the other hand, we have some consistent countries, including the Soviet Union, who never dropped lower than 2nd rank, and ISR, between 4th-6th, although they only competed three times.

- AZE is perhaps the most improved country: from 28th in 1994, to 11th in 2005, and peaking as 4th in 2009.

- ARM and GEO are the only two countries who have participated only once: ARM in 1994, GEO in 2010.


Somehow you can calculate the average ranking of each country obtained so far and predict a bit in which group the country usually finishes.
However,
this is no guarantee -- remember the sudden leap of AZE, and the great moves forward from the southern-European countries... Besides, an average mark usually does not take an extremely well or extremely bad result very well, in that sense you need to check out the best 68% if the distribution is normal. Also, it is much dependent on how many countries compete, so maybe one should calculate a "defeating percentage chance". And finally, not each country is being repesented.. For instance, Norway didn't send a senior group to a WCh since 1991, Denmark since 1977, and Belgium since 1979.


Code:
NOC Part. Avg Rk.
-----------------------

URS 12 1,7
RUS 12 2,0
BLR 12 3,3
BUL 24 3,5
TCH 10 4,5
GDR 5 4,6
ISR 3 5,0
ESP 21 5,1
ITA 25 6,0
JPN 24 6,6
UKR 12 7,8
GRE 13 8,2
PRK 12 8,2
CHN 17 8,5
FRG 10 9,6
GER 12 9,8
NOR 7 11,1
FRA 21 11,2
ROM 4 11,8
HUN 18 11,9
AZE 5 12,0
DEN 4 12,0
YUG 4 12,0
CUB 9 12,4
POL 11 12,6
CAN 20 12,8
SUI 13 13,8
NED 11 14,4
BEL 5 14,8
FIN 17 15,4
USA 14 16,5
SWE 8 16,5
CZE 7 16,9
AUT 16 16,9
BRA 21 17,1
MEX 4 18,3
SVK 6 18,3
KAZ 7 19,0
GBR 6 19,2
KOR 11 19,2
EST 4 19,5
LAT 2 19,5
NZL 7 19,6
POR 4 19,8
LTU 5 19,8
SLO 3 20,3
UZB 2 21,0
AUS 7 22,4
ARG 2 24,5
CHI 2 25,0
GEO 1 25,0
VEN 2 26,5
ARM 1 29,0

Now, here are the medallists for the All Around:

Code:
Year
Place NOC Part GOLD SILVER
BRONZE Apparatuses Remark

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1967 Copenhague DEN 11 URS 18.575 TCH 18.375
BUL 18.200 ? One routine as AA

1969 Varna BUL 15 BUL 18.500 URS 18.300
TCH 18.200 ? One routine as AA

1971 Havana CUB 9 BUL 18.675 URS 18.575
ITA 18.325 ? One routine as AA

1973 Rotterdam NED 18 URS 37.500 TCH 36.850
GDR 36.600 ? One routine as AA;
additional final: Q score + Final = Total

1975 Madrid ESP 11 ITA 36.950 JPN 36.600
ESP 36.050 ? One routine as AA;
additional final: Q score + Final = Total

1977 Basel SUI 21 URS 38.375 BUL 38.300
TCH 37.600 ? First WCh where two
routines have to be represented; Q=AA

1979 London GBR 22 URS 38.550 TCH 38.400
BUL 38.150 ? Two routines;
qualification equals all around

1981 Munich FRG 21 BUL 38.575 URS 38.350
TCH 38.150 ? Avg of Q is added
to final routine. If not. then TCH=1, JPN=2, BUL+URS=3.

1983 Strasbourg FRA 21 BUL 39.300 URS 39.200
PRK 38.800 ? Avg of Q is added
to final routine.

1985 Valladolid ESP 21 BUL 39.800 URS/PRK 39.575
- - 3 Ropes + 3 Hoops Avg of Q is added
to final routine. If not, then PRK=2, URS=3.

1987 Varna BUL 20 BUL 40.000 URS 39.200
CHN/ESP 38.650 6 Balls / 3 Balls + 3 Hoops First time two
different routines. Q=AA again.

1989 Sarajevo YUG 22 BUL 38.700 URS 38.450 ESP 38.250 12 Clubs / 3 Hoops + 3 Ribbons

1991 Athens GRE 18 ESP 38.850 URS 38.800 PRK 38.500 6 Ribbons / 3 Balls + 3 Ropes

1992 Brussels BEL 21 RUS 38.600 ESP 38.550 PRK 38.500 6 Ribbons / 3 Balls + 3 Ropes

1993 Alicante ESP - - - - -
- - - No Groups

1994 Paris FRA 29 RUS 38.925 ESP 38.700 BUL 38.675 6 Ropes / 4 Hoops + 4 Clubs

1995 Vienna AUT 15 BUL 39.575 ESP 39.400
BLR 39.075 5 Hoops / 2 Ribbons + 3 Balls Group composition
reduced to 5 gymnasts per routine.

1996 Budapest HUN 23 BUL 39.600 ESP 39.400 BLR 39.333 5 Hoops / 2 Ribbons + 3 Balls

1997 Berlin GER - - - - -
- - - No Groups

1998 Sevilla ESP 27 BLR 39.366 ESP 39.133
RUS 39.132 5 Balls / 2 Hoops + 3 Ribbons Smallest margin
between silver and bronze.

1999 Osaka JPN 26 RUS 39.500 GRE 39.466 BLR 39.433 10 Clubs / 2 Hoops + 3 Ribbons

2001 Madrid ESP - - - - -
- - - No Groups

2002 New Orleans USA 20 RUS 49.050 BLR 47.675 GRE 47.400 5 Ribbons / 2 Balls + 3 Ropes

2003 Budapest HUN 23 RUS 50.325 BUL 50.175
BLR 46.450 5 Ribbons / 2 Balls + 3 Hoops Italy lost
tie-break to Belarus

2005 Baku AZE 21 RUS 29.275 ITA 28.725 BLR 28.275 5 Ribbons / 3 Hoops + 4 Clubs

2007 Patras GRE 27 RUS 35.100 ITA 34.250 BLR 33.800 5 Ropes / 3 Hoops + 4 Clubs

2009 Mie JPN 24 ITA 54.400 BLR 54.200 RUS 51.350 5 Hoops / 2 Ropes + 3 Ribbons

2010 Moscow RUS 29 ITA 55.525 BLR 54.800 RUS 52.425 5 Hoops / 2 Ropes + 3 Ribbons


MEDAL TABLE FOR AA:

NOC G S B TOTAL

-------------------------------

BUL 9 2 3 14
URS 4 8 0 12
BLR 1 3 6 10
RUS 7 0 3 10
ITA 3 2 1 6
ESP 1 5 3 9
TCH 0 3 3 6
DPR 0 1 3 4
GRE 0 1 1 2
CHN 0 0 1 1
GDR 0 0 1 1
JPN 0 1 0 1
------------------


World Championships - Group Event Finals

The Group Event Finals were first contested at the 1987 World Championships in Varna, Bulgaria, as a result from letting the groups perform two separate and different routines.

Let me first start off with the routine with the same apparatus.

- Only Greece was capable of conquering a gold medal, instead of the traditional Bulgarian/Russian battle, although Russia won most titles.

- Surprisingly, the recent successful Italians never won any title with this apparatus. On the other hand, they won 4 consecutive silver medals, that exceeds the record of three consecutive wins of Russia.

- Ukraine won only one title: the one with the five ribbons in 2002. It is noteworthy Bessonova, Yerofeeva, Godunko (and Dzyobchuck) were in this group.


Code:
Year Place NOC GOLD SILVER BRONZE Apparatus Remark
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1987 Varna BUL BUL 39,900 URS 39,650 CHN
38,850 6 Balls Qualifying score was added to final score. If
not, then CHN=2, URS=3.

1989 Sarajevo YUG BUL 39,100 URS 38,650 ESP
38,400 12 Clubs Qualifying score was added to final score. If
not, then BUL+URS=1, ESP=3.

1991 Athens GRE URS 38,900 BUL/ESP 38,850 -
- 6 Ribbons Qualifying score was added to final score. If not,
then URS+BUL+ESP=1.

1992 Brussels BEL RUS 38,875 ITA 38,650 ESP
38,500 6 Ribbons Qualifying score was added to final score.

1993 Alicante ESP - - - - - - - No Groups
1994 Paris FRA RUS 19,587 BUL 19,537 ESP 19,400 6 Ropes
1995 Vienna AUT BUL 19,825 ESP 19,800 BLR 19,600 5 Hoops
1996 Budapest HUN BLR 19,866 RUS 19,816 UKR 19,733 5 Hoops
1997 Berlin GER - - - - - - - No Groups
1998 Sevilla ESP RUS 19,850 BLR 19,816 UKR 19,716 5 Balls
1999 Osaka JPN GRE 19,816 BLR 19,766 RUS 19,700 10 Clubs
2001 Madrid ESP - - - - - - - No Groups

2002 New Orleans USA UKR 23,325 RUS 22,950 GRE
22,650 5 Ribbons Noteworthy all groups were at least penalized
0.50 in this final.

2003 Budapest HUN RUS 25,200 BUL 24,950 ITA 23,550 5 Ribbons
2005 Baku AZE BUL 14,475 ITA 14,150 RUS 13,900 5 Ribbons
2007 Patras GRE RUS 17,650 ITA 17,300 BUL 17,075 5 Ropes
2009 Mie JPN RUS 27,700 ITA 27,275 BLR 27,225 5 Hoops
2010 Moscow RUS RUS 27,975 ITA 27,875 BUL 27,100 5 Hoops

Now we'll continue with the combined routine. It is a pity the event finals were started in 1987, as otherwise, we could've seen the event finals for Rope/Hoop. I wonder if there has been any ball/clubs combination before 1987, too...


Anyway: the titles are here much more diverse. Spain holds the title of most consecutive wins, culminating three gold medals in 1995, 1996 and 1998.

- Greece managed to do this twice, though, in 1999 and 2002. One must know that the combination routine is usually one of the strongerroutines of Greece though. At least, that was applicable late '90's /early '00's.


Let's take a look at the table:

Code:
Year Place NOC GOLD SILVER BRONZE Apparatus Remark
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1987 Varna BUL BUL 40.000 CHN 39.200 ESP
38.750 3 Balls + 3 Hoops Q score was added to final score. If not,
then URS=3, ESP+JPN=4.

1989 Sarajevo YUG URS 39.000 BUL 38.800 ESP
38.300 3 Hoops + 3 Ribbons Q score was added to final score. If not,
then URS+BUL=1, ESP=3.

1991 Athens GRE URS 38.900 ESP 38.750 PRK
38.700 3 Balls + 3 Ropes Q score was added to final score. If not,
then PRK=2, ESP+GRE=3.

1992 Brussels BEL RUS 38.750 UKR 38.600 ITA
38.450 3 Balls + 3 Ropes Q score was added to final score. If not,
then BUL=3, ITA=4.

1993 Alicante ESP - - - - - - - No Groups
1994 Paris FRA BUL 19.550 RUS 19.400 ESP 19.400 4 Hoops + 4 Clubs
1995 Vienna AUT ESP 19.800 BUL 19.775 RUS 19.650 2 Ribbons + 3 Balls
1996 Budapest HUN ESP 19.816 RUS 19.816 BLR 19.700 2 Ribbons + 3 Balls
1997 Berlin GER - - - - - - - No Groups
1998 Sevilla ESP ESP 19.850 BLR 19.800 UKR 19.765 2 Hoops + 3 Ribbons
1999 Osaka JPN GRE 19.833 RUS 19.783 BLR 19.716 2 Hoops + 3 Ribbons
2001 Madrid ESP - - - - - - - No Groups
2002 New Orleans USA GRE 24.450 BUL 23.600 BLR 23.500 2 Balls + 3 Ropes
2003 Budapest HUN RUS 25.275 BUL 25.200 ITA 24.700 2 Balls + 3 Hoops
2005 Baku AZE ITA 15.675 RUS 15.150 BLR 14.825 3 Hoops + 4 Clubs
2007 Patras GRE RUS 17.525 ITA 17.350 BUL 16.975 3 Hoops + 4 Clubs
2009 Mie JPN ITA 26.650 BLR 26.600 RUS 26.300 2 Ropes + 3 Ribbons
2010 Moscow RUS RUS 28.050 ITA 27.900 BLR 27.150 2 Ropes + 3 Ribbons


Which eventually results in the TOTAL Medal table:

Code:
NOC G S B T
---------------------------

RUS 18 6 7 31
BUL 15 9 6 30
BLR 2 7 13 22
ESP 4 8 9 21
ITA 5 9 4 18
URS 7 10 0 17
TCH 0 3 3 6
GRE 3 1 2 6
UKR 1 1 3 5
PRK 0 1 4 5
CHN 0 1 2 3
GDR 0 0 1 1
JPN 0 1 0 1

So after 25 World Championships where Group Competitions have been available, Russia leads the medal table with only one medal difference.

Italy surpassed the record of the Soviet Union and is approaching Spain, which was very successfull in the late '80's and early '90's, Italy won most medals in the recent years, with only 3 medals obtained before 2000 (the 1975 AA Title, and the 1992 Brussels WCh Event Medals).




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Episode 2 - Defeated By Ratio

In this episode -- or rather continuation of the previous entries -- I decided to take a more precise look on the ranking of countries in the group competitions at the World Championships.

The statistic as I call the defeated by ratio is explained as follows:

- The DEFEATED BY percentage calculates the average percentage of acountry in which it is defeated by other countries. This applies to the ALL AROUND results. In years where a separate all around final has been held, the first 8 rankings of that final determined the final positionfor that year. The reamining rankings (9 or lower) were preserved.

- A 100% Score for one year indicates that the country ranked at the bottom of the list. A score of 45,35% for instance means that this country has been defeated by 45,35%of all participating groups. This means that this nation was better than 54,65% of the other groups. A 0% means that the country defeated 100% (= all) countries. By averaging all scores per year, the average defeated by ratio comes up. Example: Group A ranks in the AA, 7th, out of the 20 countries, then the defeated by ratio is 7/20=0,35 or 35%. The country is defeated by 35%, and has defeated 65%. In both cases, that includes the country itself, though.

- So to recap, the LOWER the % score, the better the country ranks. The HIGHER the % score, the worser.

- The score thus takes the number of countries for each tournament into account

- However, the score is still being calculated in a number of average participations, resulting in some countries to rank fairly good, while they have not send a team for a long time and vice versa. This appears to be for countries which do not exist very long (the former Soviet Republics), or countries which have been dissolved meanwhile.

At the list below, you can see that clearly Russia edges out all other countries, with an average of 8.99% defeat.

Code:
Rk. NOC FIRST LAST PART. DEF BY

==========================================

1. RUS 1992 2010 12 8,99%
2. URS 1967 1991 12 9,86%
3. BLR 1992 2010 12 14,84%
4. BUL 1967 2010 24 16,54%
5. ISR 2007 2010 3 18,95%
6. ESP 1975 2010 21 23,09%
7. TCH 1967 1989 10 27,38%
8. GDR 1967 1985 5 28,51%
9. ITA 1967 2010 25 30,61%
10. JPN 1969 2010 24 32,92%
11. UKR 1992 2010 12 33,05%
12. GRE 1989 2010 13 35,45%
13. CHN 1981 2010 17 38,25%
14. PRK 1971 2010 12 38,98%
15. GER 1991 2010 12 42,38%
16. AZE 1994 2010 5 45,35%
17. ROM 1969 1999 4 50,46%
18. FRA 1973 2010 21 51,83%
19. FRG 1967 1989 10 53,95%
20. HUN 1969 2010 18 54,57%
21. NOR 1977 1991 7 54,97%
22. CAN 1971 2010 20 59,78%
23. POL 1967 2010 11 60,77%
24. CUB 1967 2007 9 64,67%
25. SUI 1975 2010 13 65,27%
26. FIN 1973 2010 17 66,66%
27. NED 1973 1998 11 67,22%
28. USA 1979 2010 14 70,78%
29. YUG 1967 1991 4 72,68%
30. KAZ 1994 2010 7 73,18%
31. CZE 1994 2009 7 73,28%
32. SVK 1994 2003 6 74,82%
33. POR 1994 1999 4 75,75%
34. DEN 1967 1977 4 75,83%
35. SWE 1969 1994 8 76,92%
36. BRA 1973 2010 21 77,60%
37. AUT 1973 2010 16 78,78%
38. UZB 2009 2010 2 78,88%
39. LTU 1992 2003 5 79,58%
40. LAT 1992 1994 2 79,72%
41. KOR 1994 2010 11 81,68%
42. EST 1992 2003 4 81,82%
43. SLO 1992 1999 3 83,48%
44. GEO 2010 2010 1 86,21%
45. NZL 1979 2007 7 89,55%
46. BEL 1967 1979 5 91,77%
47. GBR 1975 2010 6 92,32%
48. AUS 1979 2010 7 93,89%
49. VEN 2007 2010 2 94,57%
50. MEX 1971 2007 4 97,22%
51. ARG 1996 1999 2 100,00%
52. CHI 2003 2007 2 100,00%
53. ARM 1994 1994 1 100,00%

However, several countries have had appearances less than 7 times, in which you
could question yourself if this output is reliable. Perhaps I should limit the results since 1995. The top 15 then looks more or less the same, except that Azerbaijan scores much better, although it can be said that was only from the last 4 world championships. Romania's result is hereby questionable, with only 2 appearances



Code:
Rk. NOC LAST PART. DEF BY
==================================

1. RUS 2010 10 9,97%
2. BLR 2010 10 11,20%
3. BUL 2010 10 17,31%
4. ISR 2010 3 18,95%
5. ITA 2010 10 19,30%
6. ESP 2010 10 25,60%
7. AZE 2010 4 32,56%
8. UKR 2010 10 33,14%
9. JPN 2010 10 38,01%
10. GRE 2010 9 39,35%
11. CHN 2010 9 40,87%
12. ROM 1999 2 43,45%
13. GER 2010 9 44,33%
14. FRA 2010 10 52,20%
15. POL 2010 7 54,71%

A fun aspect from the above selection, is that only the countries above has been able to send a group 10 out of 10 times from the last world championships which involved Groups. An exception can be found for the country that now ranks 33rd, which is KOR (South-Korea) with a 86,40% defeated by ratio, who was also capable to send a group to the last 10 worlds'. It more or less reveals in which countries Rhythmic Gymnasticsplays an import role for their respective federations -- at least, for groups, that is.

As indicated above, the list looks slightly different, when the groups own positon is not being used.

If a country ranks 7th out of 20th, as such, the country has defeated 20-7=13 countries. There are 13+6=19 other countries in total. This means that 13 out of 19 other countries have been defeated. In this case, the ratio changes to a defeats ratio. Following this algorithm, the total average looks like the table below. In here, the precentages are the exact inverse: a HIGH percentage means a better score -- a 0% means that the country so far always ended up last.

It reveals that despite Bulgaria's successes over the years, it does not mean that it is better in defeating other countries -- Belarus is slightly better regarding this. It also shows that the Soviet Union was slightly better than the Russians these days -- but that is mainly, because the Soviet Union never dropped below 2nd rank in the AA, whereas RUS also founds itself at a 3rd or 4th AA position.

Code:
1. URS 12 95,79%
2. RUS 12 95,12%
3. BLR 12 89,00%
4. BUL 24 88,02%
5. ISR 3 84,22%
6. ESP 21 80,77%
7. TCH 10 77,06%
8. GDR 5 76,08%
9. ITA 25 73,21%
10. JPN 24 70,64%
11. UKR 12 69,95%
12. GRE 13 67,53%
13. CHN 17 64,66%
14. PRK 12 64,31%
15. GER 12 60,29%
16. AZE 5 56,90%
17. ROM 4 51,71%
18. FRA 21 50,59%
19. FRG 10 48,88%
20. HUN 18 47,64%
21. NOR 7 47,29%
22. CAN 20 42,29%
23. POL 11 41,08%
24. CUB 9 38,00%
25. SUI 13 36,31%
26. FIN 17 34,91%
27. NED 11 34,43%
28. USA 14 30,55%
29. YUG 4 29,26%
30. KAZ 7 27,95%
31. CZE 7 27,87%
32. SVK 6 26,24%
33. DEN 4 25,66%
34. POR 4 25,19%
35. SWE 8 24,36%
36. BRA 21 23,52%
37. AUT 16 22,26%
38. UZB 2 21,97%
39. LTU 5 21,34%
40. LAT 2 21,07%
41. KOR 11 19,06%
42. EST 4 18,96%
43. SLO 3 17,18%
44. GEO 1 14,29%
45. NZL 7 10,96%
46. BEL 5 8,90%
47. GBR 6 8,06%
48. AUS 7 6,39%
49. VEN 2 5,63%
50. MEX 4 2,88%
51. ARM 1 0,00%
51. ARG 2 0,00%
51. CHI 2 0,00%
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Episode 3 - Medals Obtained at Individual World Championship Competitions (part 1)


31st World Championships, where:


130 gymnasts participated (record: 1997 Berlin with 159)
24 groups have anticipated a participation
52 countries have sent at least one individual gymnast;
31 of them were capable of sending a full team.

This resulted in the largest difference between teams and competing countries ever!

Debuting at this World Championship are Guatemala and Montenegro, both sending one gymnast only.

Alright, now let's get to the point for this blog entry:

During this world championships there are a total 27 medals to be earned:
4x3=12 for the Individual Events
3 for the Team Event
3 for the Individual All Around
3 for the Group All Around
2x3=6 for the Group Events


At the moment of writing, we are halfway through when it comes to medals to be divided among the countries: there are 12 medals left to be grabbed.

So what is the current statistics then, including those other 15 medals that have been obtained?

There have been 17 gymnasts who have earned at least 10 medals at world championships for all competitions (individual all around, event finals and team all around). They include (first sorted by total medals, then by gold, silver and bronze respectively):


Code:
Rk Name NOC G S B T
-------------------------------------------

1 BESSONOVA Anna UKR 4 15 7 26
2 PETROVA Maria BUL 9 9 4 22
3 VITRICHENKO Elena UKR 9 6 7 22
4 KANAEVA Evgeniya RUS 16 1 0 17
5 SEREBRIANSKAYA Ekaterina UKR 8 5 4 17
6 SHUGUROVA Galina URS 9 4 1 14
7 KABAEVA Alina RUS 9 3 2 14
8 KONDAKOVA Daria RUS 4 10 0 14
9 GUIGOVA Maria BUL 9 2 2 13
10 IGNATOVA Lilia BUL 6 5 2 13
11 TIMOCHENKO Alexandra UKR 10 2 0 12
12 KAPRANOVA Olga RUS 10 1 1 12
13 PANOVA Bianka BUL 9 2 1 12
14 ZARIPOVA Amina RUS 5 4 3 12
15 SKALDINA Oksana UKR 6 1 3 10
16 LUKYANENKO Larissa BLR 5 3 2 10
17 RALENKOVA Anelia BUL 3 3 4 10
When we eliminate the team medals, we get the following figure:

Code:
Rk Name NOC G S B T
-------------------------------------------

1 BESSONOVA Anna UKR 3 13 6 22
2 PETROVA Maria BUL 8 7 4 19
3 VITRICHENKO Elena UKR 9 5 4 18
4 SEREBRIANSKAYA Ekaterina UKR 8 4 3 15
5 SHUGUROVA Galina URS 9 4 1 14
6 KANAEVA Evgeniya RUS 12 1 0 13
7 GUIGOVA Maria BUL 9 2 2 13
8 IGNATOVA Lilia BUL 6 5 2 13
9 PANOVA Bianka BUL 8 2 1 11
10 KABAEVA Alina RUS 6 3 2 11
11 KONDAKOVA Daria RUS 1 10 0 11
12 TIMOCHENKO Alexandra UKR 8 2 0 10
13 LUKYANENKO Larissa BLR 5 3 2 10
14 RALENKOVA Anelia BUL 3 3 4 10
Without any doubt, Kanaeva is already the most successful rhythmic gymnast in history, with an accummulation of AT LEAST 12 gold medals.
Frantically, she never won any bronze medal... (neither did Kondakova) The only other gymnast who never won a bronze medal at worlds (while winning heaps of other medals) was Alexandra Timochenko...


Let me take off with the Team Results. As stated before, the team competition was only initiated in 1989 at the Sarajevo World Championship. The rules were simple: a full team had to send out three gymnasts: each gymnast performs four routines, and all of them are counting.

In 1993, this was changed, since there were five apparatuses to be contested: a maximum of four gymnasts had to represent ten routines (2 per apparatus), while a gymnast had a restriction of maximum four routines. This resulted in gymnasts performing only 1 or 2 routines.
This would later have its effect in a double amount of participating gymnasts, especially from 1997 onwards.

In 1995, again a rule change was into effect. A team consisted of eight routines: 2 routines per apparatus. This resulted in fair small teams, with two gymnasts only.

In 1997 and 1999, the team competition final was introduced. The qualifying format was simple: 12 routines (3 per apparatus), minimum 3, maximum 4 gymnasts. All routines are counting: the best 8 qualified for the Final: in this first or two rotations, each country had to present four or eight routines respectively: in 1997, the teams ranked 5-8 would be eliminated after two rounds; in 1999 teams 7-8 would be eliminated after round one, teams 5-6 after round two.

From 2001 onwards, with a changing COP and with a larger point scale, the format was again changed for the team medals: each country had to present 12 routines, in which the best 10 count. A minimum of 10 routines is required. in 2005 the requirement of a minimum of 10 routines has been removed: all countries have to present 12 routines.
This was in favour of France in 2003, as they could not show more than 10 routines after an injury of one of the gymnasts halfway through. This was certainly NOT in favour of Ukraine in 2007, where something went wrong with the participation of Godunko in her Hoop routine: Ukraine only had 11 routines, and did no longer comply to the 12-routine rule...

Enough background on the team results... as I have posted earlier on the countries who won, let us take a closer look on the individual gymnasts that contributed to the medals:


Code:
Rk Name NOC G S B T
-------------------------------------------

1 CHARKASHYNA Liubou BLR - 4 2 6
2 KANAEVA Evgeniya RUS 4 - - 4
2 KAPRANOVA Olga RUS 4 - - 4
4 BESSONOVA Anna UKR 1 2 1 4
5 ZHUKOVA Inna BLR - 2 2 4
5 RUDALOVA Svetlana BLR - 2 2 4
7 VITRICHENKO Elena UKR - 1 3 4
8 KABAEVA Alina RUS 3 - - 3
8 KONDAKOVA Daria RUS 3 - - 3
8 SESSINA Vera RUS 3 - - 3
8 TCHACHINA Irina RUS 3 - - 3
8 DMITRIEVA Daria RUS 3 - - 3
13 ZARIPOVA Amina RUS 2 - 1 3
14 PETROVA Maria BUL 1 2 - 3
14 GODUNKO Natalia UKR 1 2 - 3
16 YEROFEEVA Tamara UKR 1 1 1 3
17 STANIOUTA Melitina BLR - 3 - 3
18 GARAYEVA Aliya AZE - - 3 3
18 GURBANOVA Anna AZE - - 3 3
Do note that in 2001, Russia was ineligible to win a medal, with the disqualification of Kabaeva and Tchachina, and so Ukraine was declared best team, followed by Belarus and Bulgaria



The record holders of the most...

Gold medals: Kanaeva (2007, 2009, 2010, 2011) and Kapranova (2003, 2005, 2007, 2009)

Silver medals: Charkashyna (2007, 2009, 2010, 2011)

Bronze medals: Vitrichenko (1995, 1997, 1999), Garayeva and Gurbanova (both 2007, 2009 and 2010)

----------------------

Individual All Around

From the 24 gymnasts who have obtained at least two medals for the All Around Competition, only 6 of them had three or more.

The ranking list:

Code:
Rk Name NOC G S B T

-----------------------------------------------
1 BESSONOVA Anna UKR 1 2 2 5
2 PETROVA Maria BUL 3 1 - 4
3 GUIGOVA Maria BUL 3 - - 3
4 SHUGUROVA Galina URS 1 2 - 3
5 PANOVA Bianka BUL 1 1 1 3
6 IGNATOVA Lilia BUL - 3 - 3
7 LUKYANENKO Larissa BLR - 1 2 3
8 KANAEVA Evgeniya RUS 2 - - 2
8 KABAEVA Alina RUS 2 - - 2
8 GUEORGUIEVA Diliana BUL 2 - - 2
8 DERIUGINA Irina URS 2 - - 2
12 SEREBRIANSKAYA Ekaterina UKR 1 1 - 2
12 TIMOCHENKO Alexandra UKR 1 1 - 2
12 RALENKOVA Anelia BUL 1 1 - 2
15 KARPUKHINA Elena URS 1 1 - 2
16 SKALDINA Oksana UKR 1 - 1 2
16 KAPRANOVA Olga RUS 1 - 1 2
18 KONDAKOVA Daria RUS - 2 - 2
18 KRAVCHENKO Tatiana URS - 2 - 2
20 ZARIPOVA Amina RUS - 1 1 2
20 DOUNAVSKA Adriana BUL - 1 1 2
20 SEREDA Liubov URS - 1 1 2
23 TCHACHINA Irina RUS - - 2 2
23 BATYRCHINA Yana RUS - - 2 2

Do note that of course the all around medals for the Montpellier Wch are not determined yet, but you can at least anticipate on the nextrankings .

Later on I will post part two, with the results per country and per apparatus .

By the way, there are 123 gymnasts who have ever won a medal during aWorld Championships... The following countries have been involved in doing so:

AZE, BLR, BUL, ESP, FRA, FRG, GDR, ISR, ITA, JPN, PRK, ROM, RUS, TCH, UKR, URS


Do note I am only discussing the individual competitions -- the group competitions have been covered in the previous blog entries as such!


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7. Medals at the World Championships for Individuals

Episode
4: Medals Obtained at Individual World Championship Competitions (part 2) - a closer look at the event final results at the Worlds: freehands, rope and hoop.

The freehands routine was only contested at the 1963, 1965, 1967 and 1969 World Champions. This programme has been gradually phased out of (back then called) Modern Gymnasts, to emphasis more on other elements
of the sports which have been strongly evolved throughout the decades.
In 1963, the full programme existed of an All-Around (without qualification) composed by a freehands and rope routine. Subsequently the following programmes were added to rhythmic gymnasts:

In 1967 in Copenhague: the hoop routine was introduced
In 1969 in Varna: ball
In 1971 in Cuba: ribbon, and finally:
In 1973 in Rotterdam: clubs.

The idea of a rotation between the apparatuses per year was quickly introduced with the additional routines, as in 1973 (the first year in which we know the present day apparatuses), the rope routine was not being contested.

Perhaps something obvious, but somehow logical, is that in the first year the apparatus was being contested, the scores were always somewhat low. We will see this later on.

Next, in the first 6-8 years, the archives only tell us that a gymnast has been working without AND with apparatus. It is not known to us WHICH apparatus, but I have been counting it as rope, keeping the introductions of the other apparatus gradually in mind.

Finally, it is clearly noticeable there were no tie-breaking rules in effect until late 1997. As a result, there have been many more medal winners than one can expect. The first tie-breaking were introduced after the multiple medal winners at especially the 1997 European Championships, where there were even four silver medallists for one event final. Either way, in the past, the FIG added the qualification score to the event final, but this was considered not done, since only the moment of the final is what counts; this was obviously not desired for the newer generations of gymnasts. Special tie-breaking rules came into effect, in which they have changed slightly. First of all, usually the lowest/highest individual judge values are being neglected, but in case of a tie, all values count. If there still is a tie, then the routine with the highest execution value is declared winner.... and so on and so forth (I have lost track of this rule since a couple of years)... This results in more regulated medal winners in the post-1997 years.



Now, that being said, let us take a look at the separate apparatuses.



First, I'll start with



INDIVIDUAL FREEHANDS medals



This first list is rather short since it only contains results of four
world championships, namely 1963-1965-1967-1969. The results were as
follows:



Code:
YEAR GOLD SILVER BRONZE Remark

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1963 Ludmilla SZAVINKOVA URS 9,633 Tatiana KRAVTECHNKO URS
9,600 Elena AVERKOVICS URS 9,433 Qualification = Final / 6
Finalists

1965 Tatiana KRAVTECHNKO URS 18,632 Hana MATACHOVA-BOUGUSO. TCH
18,600 Hana MICECHOVA TCH 18,566 Qualification = Final / 6
Finalists

1967 Liubov SEREDA URS 9,533 Natalia OVTCHINNIKOVA URS
9,500 Krassimira FILIPOVA BUL 9,466 Qualification = Final / 6
Finalists

Neshka ROBEVA BUL 9,466

1969 Maria GUIGOVA BUL 9,800 Nechka ROBEVA BUL
9,700 - - - Qualification = Final / 6
Finalists

Roumania STEPHANOVA BUL 9,700

1971 - - - - -
- - - - Freehands was dropped from this
WCh on



And the medal table is as follows:

Code:
Rk. NAME NOC GOLD SILV. BRON. TOTAL
------------------------------------------------------

1. KRAVCHENKO Tatiana URS 65 1 63 1 - 2
2. ROBEVA Neshka BUL - 69 1 67 1 2
3. GUIGOVA Maria BUL 69 1 - - 1
3. SEREDA Liubov URS 67 1 - - 1
3. OVCHINNIKOVA Natalia URS 67 1 - - 1
3. SZAVINKOVA Ludmila URS 63 1 - - 1
7. STEPHANOVA Roumania BUL - 69 1 - 1
7. MATACHOVA-BOUGUSOVSKA Hana TCH - 65 1 - 1
9. FILIPKOVA Krassimira BUL - - 67 1 1
9. MICECHOVA Hana TCH - - 65 1 1
9. AVERKOVICS Elena URS - - 63 1 1

I can't really comment on these routines, so, we'll continue with the:

INDIVIDUAL ROPE medals



You might want to maximize your screen result for a better view (or
scale the page), since the comment fields are rather large...



- Larissa Lukyanenko of Belarus is the only gymnast who have won three
gold medals, so we can consider her as the best rhythmic gymnasts all
time with rope. Because we don't know if the rope ever returns to RG,
she will remain the absolute victor on this apparatus for a while...



Code:
YEAR GOLD SILVER BRONZE Remark

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1963 Ludmilla SZAVINKOVA URS 9,600 Tatiana KRAVTCHENKO URS
9,566 Julia TRASLIEVA URS 9,533 Qualification = Final /
Apparatus Unknown (here: counted as rope) / 6 Finalists

1965 Hana MICECHOVA TCH 18,933 Tatiana KRAVTCHENKO URS
18,733 Lilia NATMOUTDINOVA URS 18,733 Qualification = Final /
Apparatus Unknown (here: counted as rope) / 6 Finalists

1967 Hana SITNIANSKA TCH 18,399 Elena KARPUKHINA URS
18,366 Ute LEHMANN GDR 18,333 Qualification = Final / Only
rope was evaluated on a 20 points scale / 6 Finalists

1969 Galina SHUGUROVA URS 9,650 Maria GUIGOVA BUL
9,600 Nechka ROBEVA BUL 9,550 Qualification = Final /
Apparatus Unknown (here: counted as rope) / 6 Finalists

Liubov SEREDA URS 9,550

1971 Maria GUIGOVA BUL 19,500 Neshka GEORGIEVA BUL
19,250 Krassimira FILIPOVA BUL 19,100 AA/Q Mark was added to final
score; if not, then Filipova+Nazmutdinova=3 / 6 Finalists

Elena KARPUKHINA URS 19,100

Alfia NAZMUTDINOVA URS 19,100

1973 - - - - -
- - - - Rope was not contested

1975 - - - - -
- - - - Rope was not contested

1977 Galina SHUGUROVA URS 19,500 Zuzana ZAVESKA TCH
19,350 Iveta HAVLICKOVA TCH 19,300 AA/Q Mark was added to final
score; if not, then Havlickova=2 and Zaveska+Ganeva(BUL)=3

1979 Kristina GUIOUROVA BUL 19,650 Elena TOMAS URS
19,550 Iveta HAVLICKOVA TCH 19,450 AA/Q Mark was added to final
score; if not, then Deriugina(URS)=3

Zuzana ZAVESKA TCH 19,450

1981 Lilia IGNATOVA BUL 19,700 Anelia RALENKOVA BUL 19,600 Iliana RAEVA BUL 19,550

1983 - - - - -
- - - - Rope was not contested

1985 Diliana GUEORGUIEVA BUL 20,000 Marina LOBATCH URS
19,900 Lilia IGNATOVA BUL 19,850 AA/Q Mark was added to final
score…

1987 Adriana DOUNAVSKA BUL 20,000 - -
- Anna KOTCHNEVA URS 19,800 AA/Q Mark was added to final
score; if not, then also Butaru(ROM)=3

Bianka PANOVA BUL 20,000 Marina LOBATCH URS 19,800

1989 Bianka PANOVA BUL 10,000 - -
- - - - First separate and fully
independent event final

Oksana SKALDINA URS 10,000

Alexandra TIMOCHENKO URS 10,000

1991 Alexandra TIMOCHENKO URS 9,975 Kristina SHIKEROVA BUL 9,800 Oksana SKALDINA URS 9,725

1992 Oksana KOSTINA RUS 9,800 - - - Irina DELEANU ROM 9,650

Larissa LUKYANENKO BLR 9,800

1993 E. SEREBRIANSKAYA UKR 9,775 Julia ROSLIAKOVA RUS
9,650 Julia BAICHEVA BUL 9,500 Special year: all five
apparatuses were contested (max 4 per gymnast)

1994 - - - - -
- - - - Rope was not contested

1995 Larissa LUKYANENKO BLR 9,950 Maria PETROVA BUL 9,925 - - -

E. SEREBRIANSKAYA UKR 9,925

Elena VITRICHENKO UKR 9,925 - - -

1996 Larissa LUKYANENKO BLR 9,950 E. SEREBRIANSKAYA UKR
9,933 Diana POPOVA BUL 9,800 Qualification based on WCh 95
AA, max 2 routines per gymnast

1997 Yana BATYRCHINA RUS 9,950 - -
- Natalia LIPKOVSKAYA RUS 9,950 New Tie-breaker rule into effect

Elena VITRICHENKO UKR 9,950

1998 - - - - - - - - - No Individual WCh

1999 Elena VITRICHENKO UKR 10,000 Alina KABAEVA RUS 9,966 Yulia BARSUKOVA RUS 9,925

2001 Tamara YEROFEEVA UKR 26,025 Simona PEYCHEVA BUL
25,950 Anna BESSONOVA UKR 25,700 Originally: Kabaeva (27,925)
and Tchachina (27,250) -- DSQ

2002 - - - - - - - - - No Individual WCh

2003 - - - - -
- - - - Rope was not contested

2005 Olga KAPRANOVA RUS 16,925 Anna BESSONOVA UKR 16,350 Irina TCHACHINA RUS 16,300

2007 Vera SESSINA RUS 18,600 Olga KAPRANOVA RUS 18,500 Inna ZHUKOVA BLR 17,900

2009 Evgenia KANAEVA RUS 28,350 Daria KONDAKOVA RUS 27,825 Anna BESSONOVA UKR 27,675

2010 Daria KONDAKOVA RUS 28,750 Evgeniya KANAEVA RUS 28,600 Melitina STANIOUTA BLR 27,650

2011 - - - - -
- - - - Rope was not contested
Resulting in the following Medal Table (the two-digit combinations refer to the year they have obtained the medal) -- First sorted by total medals, then by gold, silver and bronze. Within an equal rank, sorted by latest to oldest.

Code:
Rk. NAME NOC GOLD T SILVER T BRONZE T TOTAL
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. LUKYANENKO Larissa BLR 92 95 96 3 - - 3
2. VITRICHENKO Elena UKR 97 99 2 95 1 - 3
3. SEREBRIANSKAYA Ekaterina UKR 93 1 95 96 2 - 3
4. BESSONOVA Anna UKR - 05 1 01 09 2 3
5. TIMOCHENKO Alexandra UKR 89 91 2 - - 2
5. PANOVA Bianka BUL 87 89 2 - - 2
5. SHUGUROVA Galina URS 69 77 2 - - 2
8. KONDAKOVA Daria RUS 10 1 09 1 - 2
8. KANAEVA Evgeniya RUS 09 1 10 1 - 2
8. KAPRANOVA Olga RUS 05 1 07 1 - 2
8. GUIGOVA Maria BUL 71 1 69 1 - 2
12. SKALDINA Oksana UKR 89 1 - 91 1 2
12. IGNATOVA Lilia BUL 81 1 - 85 1 2
14. KRAVCHENKO Tatiana URS - 63 65 2 - 2
15. LOBATCH Marina URS - 85 1 87 1 2
15. ZAVESKA Zuzana TCH - 77 1 79 1 2
15. KARPUKHINA Elena URS - 67 1 71 1 2
18. HAVLICKOVA Iveta TCH - - 77 79 2 2
19. SESSINA Vera RUS 07 1 - - 1
19. YEROFEEVA Tamara UKR 01 1 - - 1
19. BATYRCHINA Yana RUS 97 1 - - 1
19. KOSTINA Oksana RUS 92 1 - - 1
19. DOUNAVSKA Adriana BUL 87 1 - - 1
19. GUEORGUIEVA Diliana BUL 85 1 - - 1
19. GUIOUROVA Kristina BUL 79 1 - - 1
19. SITNIANSKA Hana TCH 67 1 - - 1
19. MICECHOVA Hana TCH 65 1 - - 1
19. SZAVINKOVA Ludmila URS 63 1 - - 1
29. PEYCHEVA Simona BUL - 01 1 - 1
29. KABAEVA Alina RUS - 99 1 - 1
29. PETROVA Maria BUL - 95 1 - 1
29. ROSLIAKOVA Julia RUS - 93 1 - 1
29. SHIKEROVA Kristina BUL - 91 1 - 1
29. RALENKOVA Anelia BUL - 81 1 - 1
29. TOMAS Elena URS - 79 1 - 1
29. GEORGIEVA Neshka BUL - 71 1 - 1
37. STANIOUTA Melitina BLR - - 10 1 1
37. ZHUKOVA Inna BLR - - 07 1 1
37. TCHACHINA Irina RUS - - 05 1 1
37. BARSUKOVA Yulia RUS - - 99 1 1
37. LIPKOVSKAYA Natalia RUS - - 97 1 1
37. POPOVA Diana BUL - - 96 1 1
37. BAICHEVA Julia BUL - - 93 1 1
37. DELEANU Irina ROU - - 92 1 1
37. KOTCHNEVA Anna URS - - 87 1 1
37. RAEVA Iliana BUL - - 81 1 1
37. FILIPKOVA Krassimira BUL - - 71 1 1
37. NAZMUTDINOVA Alfia URS - - 71 1 1
37. ROBEVA Neshka BUL - - 69 1 1
37. SEREDA Liubov URS - - 69 1 1
37. LEHMANN Ute GDR - - 67 1 1
37. NATMOUTDINOVA Lilia URS - - 65 1 1
37. TRASLIEVA Julia BUL - - 63 1 1
Surprisingly, strong AA-medallists often end up with less medals with rope than they think... Kabaeva and Petrova both have only 1 silver medal for rope, for instance.

Finally, for this blog entry, we'll take a look at the

INDIVIDUAL HOOP Medals

The Hoop is as you might know the most versatile apparatus. Introduced at the 1967 World Championships in Denmark, the first scores appeared to be very low. However, it is the hoop routine in where Maria Guigova excels, culminating a win of four gold medals. Evgeniya Kanaeva appears to be very close with three gold (also consecutive) medals.

- Also interesting: only two gymnasts have won a medal in each colour, and the appear to be compatriots from each other, namely Ukrainians Anna Bessonova and Elena Vitrichenko.

- There were two occasions in which there were only three gold medallists: 1989 and 1994! Talking about judges being unable to determine who's best...

- Finally, two unusual countries (as in: not Eastern-European) won also a medal: France (Serrano) and Israel (Rivkin).

But first, let us kick off with the top three of each Hoop apparatus final:



Code:
YEAR GOLD SILVER BRONZE Remark

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1967 Maria GUIGOVA BUL 9,466 Elena KARPUKHINA URS
9,400 - - - Qualification=Final / 6
Finalists

Natalia OVTCHINNIKOVA URS 9,400

1969 Maria GUIGOVA BUL 9,800 Neshka ROBEVA BUL
9,700 Liubov SEREDA URS 9,650 Qualification=Final / 6
Finalists

1971 Maria GUIGOVA BUL 19,500 Krassimira FILIPPOVA BUL
19,350 Neshka GEORGIEVA BUL 19,050 AA/Q Mark was added to final
score; if not, then Guigova+Filipova=1 and Karpukhina (URS)=3 / 6
Finalists

1973 Maria GUIGOVA BUL 19,500 Krassimira FILIPPOVA BUL
19,200 Neshka ROBEVA BUL 19,150 AA/Q Mark was added to final
score; if not, then Guigova=1 and Filipova/Robeva/Krachinnekova(URS)=2 /
6 Finalists

1975 Mitsuru HIRAGUCHI JPN 18,400 - -
- Mara JESUS ALEGRE ESP 18,250 AA/Q Mark was added to final
score; if not, then Hiraguchi=1, Jesus Alegre+Barylla(FRG)=2

Carmen RISCHER FRG 18,400

1977 Galina SHUGUROVA URS 19,400 Irina Deriugina URS
19,300 Kristina GUIOUROVA BUL 19,150 AA/Q Mark was added to final
score; if not, then only Guiourova=3

Natalia RACHINNEKOVA URS 19,150

1979 - - - - -
- - - - Hoop was not contested

1981 Lilia IGNATOVA BUL 19,600 Iliana RAEVA BUL
19,550 - - - AA/Q Mark was added to final
score

Anelia RALENKOVA BUL 19,550

1983 Anelia RALENKOVA BUL 19,900 Galina BELOGLAZOVA URS 19,800
Lilia IGNATOVA BUL 19,650 AA/Q Mark was added to final score

Dalia KUTKAITE URS 19,650

1985 - - - - -
- - - - Hoop was not contested

1987 Marina LOBATCH URS 20,000 - -
- Anna KOTCHNEVA URS 19,900 AA/Q Mark was added to final score

Bianka PANOVA BUL 20,000

1989 Bianka PANOVA BUL 10,000 - -
- - - - First separate final

Oksana SKALDINA URS 10,000

Alexandra TIMOCHENKO URS 10,000

1991 Alexandra TIMOCHENKO URS 10,000 Mila MARINOVA BUL 9,975 Oksana SKALDINA URS 9,950

1992 Oksana KOSTINA RUS 9,800 - - - Maria PETROVA BUL 9,675

Larissa LUKYANENKO BLR 9,800

1993 Maria PETROVA BUL 9,825 E. SEREBRIANSKAYA UKR 9,725 Elena VITRICHENKO UKR 9,650

1994 Larissa LUKYANENKO BLR 9,875 - - - - - -

Maria PETROVA BUL 9,875

E. SEREBRIANSKAYA UKR 9,875

1995 - - - - -
- - - - Hoop was not contested

1996 - - - - -
- - - - Hoop was not contested

1997 Natalia LIPKOVSKAYA RUS 10,000 Elena VITRICHENKO UKR
10,000 Eva SERRANO FRA 9,950 New Tie-breaker rule into
effect

1998 - - - - -
- - - - No Individual Competition

1999 Elena VITRICHENKO UKR 10,000 Alina KABAEVA RUS 9,975 Evgenia PAVLINA BLR 9,925

2001 Simona PEYCHEVA BUL 26,175 Anna BESSONOVA UKR
25,900 Tamara YEROFEEVA UKR 25,700 Originally: Tchachina (27,500)
and Kabaeva (27,450) --- DSQ

2002 - - - - -
- - - - No Individual Competition

2003 Anna BESSONOVA UKR 26,375 Alina KABAEVA RUS 25,900 Irina TCHACHINA RUS 25,200

2005 - - - - -
- - - - Hoop was not contested

2007 Olga KAPRANOVA RUS 18,450 Vera SESSINA RUS 18,250 Anna BESSONOVA UKR 18,175
2009 Evgeniya KANAEVA RUS 28,325 Daria KONDAKOVA RUS 28,225 Melitina STANIOUTA BLR 27,150
2010 Evgeniya KANAEVA RUS 29,200 Daria KONDAKOVA RUS 28,900 Aliya GARAEVA AZE 27,675
2011 Evgeniya KANAEVA RUS 29,300 Daria KONDAKOVA RUS 29,050 Neta RIVKIN ISR 28,000




And the total medal table for hoop is:



Code:
Rk. NAME NOC GOLD T SILVER T BRONZE T TOTAL
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

1. GUIGOVA Maria BUL 67 69 71 73 4 - - 4
2. KANAEVA Evgeniya RUS 09 10 11 3 - - 3
3. PETROVA Maria BUL 93 94 2 - 92 1 3
4. BESSONOVA Anna UKR 03 1 01 1 07 1 3
4. VITRICHENKO Elena UKR 99 1 97 1 93 1 3
5. KONDAKOVA Daria RUS - 09 10 11 3 - 3
6. TIMOCHENKO Alexandra UKR 89 91 2 - - 2
6. LUKYANENKO Larissa BLR 92 94 2 - - 2
6. PANOVA Bianka BUL 87 89 2 - - 2
9. SEREBRIANSKAYA Ekaterina UKR 94 1 93 1 - 2
9. RALENKOVA Anelia BUL 83 1 81 1 - 2
11. IGNATOVA Lilia BUL 81 1 - 83 1 2
11. SKALDINA Oksana UKR 89 1 - 91 1 2
13. KABAEVA Alina RUS - 99 03 2 - 2
13. FILIPKOVA Krassimira BUL - 71 73 2 - 2
15. ROBEVA Neshka BUL - 69 1 73 1 2
16. KAPRANOVA Olga RUS 07 1 - - 1
16. PEYCHEVA Simona BUL 01 1 - - 1
16. LIPKOVSKAYA Natalia RUS 97 1 - - 1
16. KOSTINA Oksana RUS 92 1 - - 1
16. LOBATCH Marina URS 87 1 - - 1
16. SHUGUROVA Galina URS 77 1 - - 1
16. RISCHER Carmen FRG 75 1 - - 1
16. HIRAGUCHI Mitsuru JPN 75 1 - - 1
24. SESSINA Vera RUS - 07 - - 1
24. MARINOVA Mila BUL - 91 - - 1
24. BELOGLAZOVA Galina URS - 83 - - 1
24. RAEVA Iliana BUL - 81 - - 1
24. DERIUGINA Irina URS - 77 - - 1
24. KARPUKHINA Elena URS - 67 - - 1
24. OVCHINNIKOVA Natalia URS - 67 - - 1
31. RIVKIN Neta ISR - - 11 - 1
31. GARAYEVA Aliya AZE - - 10 - 1
31. STANIOUTA Melitina BLR - - 09 - 1
31. TCHACHINA Irina RUS - - 03 - 1
31. YEROFEEVA Tamara UKR - - 01 - 1
31. PAVLINA Evgenia BLR - - 99 - 1
31. SERRANO Eva FRA - - 97 - 1
31. KOTCHNEVA Anna URS - - 87 - 1
31. KUTKAITE Dalia URS - - 83 - 1
31. GUIOUROVA Kristina BUL - - 77 - 1
31. RACHINNEKOVA Natalia URS - - 77 - 1
31. JESUS ALEGRE Maria ESP - - 75 - 1
31. GEORGIEVA Neshka BUL - - 71 - 1
31. SEREDA Liubov URS - - 69 - 1


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