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2014 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

 

2014 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

2014 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
Venue Guangxi Gymnasium
Location Nanning, China
Start date 3 October 2014
End date 12 October 2014

The 2014 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships was held in Nanning, China at the Guangxi Gymnasium from 3–12 October 2014. The competition was the fourth time a World Artistic Gymnastics Championships has been held in the continent of Asia.[1]

Contents

  • Competition schedule 1
  • Venues 2
    • Main Arena 2.1
    • Training Gymnasium 2.2
  • Mascots 3
  • Medalists 4
    • Medal table 4.1
  • Men's Results 5
    • Team competition 5.1
    • Individual all-around 5.2
    • Floor 5.3
    • Pommel Horse 5.4
    • Rings 5.5
    • Vault 5.6
    • Parallel bars 5.7
    • Horizontal bar 5.8
  • Women's results 6
    • Team competition 6.1
    • Individual all-around 6.2
    • Vault 6.3
    • Uneven bars 6.4
    • Balance beam 6.5
    • Floor 6.6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

Competition schedule

Date Time Round
3 October 2014 09:00 Men's qualifying (Day 1)
4 October 2014 09:00 Men's qualifying (Day 2)
5 October 2014 09:00 Women's qualifying (Day 1)
6 October 2014 09:00 Women's qualifying (Day 2)
7 October 2014 19:00 Men's team final
8 October 2014 19:00 Women's team final
9 October 2014 19:00 Men's all-around final
10 October 2014 19:00 Women's all-around final
Date Time Round
11 October 2014 13:00 Men's floor final
14:55 Women's vault final
15:45 Men's pommel horse final
16:10 Women's uneven bars final
16:35 Men's rings final
12 October 2014 13:00 Men's vault final
14:55 Women's balance beam final
15:45 Men's parallel bars final
16:10 Women's floor final
16:40 Men's horizontal bar final

Venues

Main Arena

The main arena where the competition was held was the Guangxi Gymnasium, which opened in 2012.

Training Gymnasium

The training facilities for the competition was held at the Li Ning Sports Park . As per any International Gymnastics Federation competition format, there was a podium training session where the gymnast trains on the podium in the arena to get a feel for the competition equipment on a raised surface.

Mascots

In April 2013, the mascots, Nannan (male) and Ningning (female) were released and were the official mascots of the event.

Medalists

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
Team all-around
 China
Cheng Ran
Deng Shudi
Lin Chaopan
Liu Yang
You Hao
Liu Rongbing
 Japan
Kohei Kameyama
Ryohei Kato
Shogo Nonomura
Kenzo Shirai
Yusuke Tanaka
Kōhei Uchimura
Kazuyuki Takeda
 United States
Jacob Dalton
Danell Leyva
Sam Mikulak
Alexander Naddour
John Orozco
Donnell Whittenburg
Paul Ruggeri
Individual all-around
 Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)  Max Whitlock (GBR)  Yusuke Tanaka (JPN)
Floor
 Denis Ablyazin (RUS)  Kenzo Shirai (JPN)  Diego Hypólito (BRA)
Pommel horse
 Krisztián Berki (HUN)  Filip Ude (CRO)  Cyril Tommasone (FRA)
Rings
 Liu Yang (CHN)  Arthur Zanetti (BRA)  You Hao (CHN)
 Denis Ablyazin (RUS)
Vault
 Ri Se-gwang (PRK)  Ihor Radivilov (UKR)  Jacob Dalton (USA)
Parallel bars
 Oleh Vernyayev (UKR)  Danell Leyva (USA)  Ryohei Kato (JPN)
Horizontal bar
 Epke Zonderland (NED)  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)  Marijo Možnik (CRO)
Women
Team all-around
 United States
Kyla Ross
Simone Biles
Mykayla Skinner
Alyssa Baumann
Madison Kocian
Ashton Locklear
Madison Desch
 China
Yao Jinnan
Chen Siyi
Shang Chunsong
Huang Huidan
Bai Yawen
Tan Jiaxin
Xie Yufen
 Russia
Aliya Mustafina
Tatiana Nabieva
Ekaterina Kramarenko
Alla Sosnitskaya
Daria Spiridonova
Maria Kharenkova
Polina Fedorova
Individual all-around
 Simone Biles (USA)  Larisa Iordache (ROU)  Kyla Ross (USA)
Vault
 Hong Un-jong (PRK)  Simone Biles (USA)  Mykayla Skinner (USA)
Uneven bars
 Yao Jinnan (CHN)  Huang Huidan (CHN)  Daria Spiridonova (RUS)
Balance beam
 Simone Biles (USA)  Bai Yawen (CHN)  Aliya Mustafina (RUS)
Floor
 Simone Biles (USA)  Larisa Iordache (ROU)  Aliya Mustafina (RUS)

Medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States 4 2 4 10
2  China 3 3 1 7
3  North Korea 2 0 0 2
4  Japan 1 3 2 6
5  Ukraine 1 1 0 2
6  Russia 1 0 5 6
7  Hungary 1 0 0 1
 Netherlands 1 0 0 1
9  Romania 0 2 0 2
10  Brazil 0 1 1 2
 Croatia 0 1 1 2
12  Great Britain 0 1 0 1
13  France 0 0 1 1
Total 14 14 15 43

Men's Results

Team competition

Rank Team Total
1st  China 44.766 (5) 43.724 (4) 46.532 (1) 46.066 (1) 46.324 (1) 45.957 (1) 273.369
Cheng Ran 14.000 - - 15.400 - -
Deng Shudi 15.666 14.233 15.166 15.300 14.791 14.758
Lin Chaopan 15.100 14.558 - 15.366 15.900 15.233
Liu Yang - - 15.900 - - -
You Hao - 14.933 15.466 - 15.633 -
Zhang Chenglong - - - - - 15.966
2nd  Japan 46.732 (1) 45.341 (2) 44.532 (4) 45.766 (2) 46.032 (2) 44.866 (2) 273.269
Kohei Kameyama - 15.300 - - - -
Ryohei Kato 15.266 14.775 - 14.966 15.233 14.200
Shogo Nonomura - - 14.666 - 15.633 -
Kenzo Shirai 15.766 - - 15.400 - -
Yusuke Tanaka - - 15.033 - 15.166 15.266
Kōhei Uchimura 15.700 15.266 14.833 15.400 - 15.400
3rd  United States 46.500 (2) 44.240 (3) 44.766 (3) 45.065 (5) 45.365 (4) 44.433 (3) 270.369
Jacob Dalton 15.900 - 15.000 14.933 - 14.500
Danell Leyva - 14.466 - - 15.666 15.100
Samuel Mikulak 15.300 14.708 - 15.166 - -
Alexander Naddour - 15.066 15.000 - - -
John Orozco - - - - 15.066 14.833
Donnell Whittenburg 15.300 - 14.766 14.966 14.633 -
4  Great Britain 45.633 (4) 45.649 (1) 44.166 (6) 45.657 (3) 43.966 (5) 44.099 (4) 269.170
Daniel Keatings - 15.633 - - 13.933 -
Daniel Purvis 15.100 14.500 - - 15.200 -
Kristian Thomas 15.233 - - 15.491 - 14.900
Courtney Tulloch - - 14.966 - - -
Max Whitlock 15.300 15.516 14.600 15.366 - 14.366
Nile Wilson - - 14.600 14.800 14.833 14.833
5  Russia 45.715 (3) 42.933 (7) 46.391 (2) 44.999 (6) 43.032 (8) 43.433 (6) 266.503
Denis Ablyazin 15.583 - 15.800 15.000 - -
David Belyavskiy 15.066 14.933 - 14.966 14.366 14.500
Nikita Ignatyev 15.066 - 15.333 15.033 13.833 14.333
Daniil Kazachkov - - 15.258 - - -
Nikolai Kuksenkov - 13.200 - - 14.833 14.600
Ivan Stretovich - 14.800 - - - -
6  Brazil 44.699 (6) 43.000 (5) 44.466 (5) 45.532 (4) 43.199 (7) 42.666 (7) 263.562
Francisco Barretto - 14.200 14.100 - 14.200 13.600
Lucas Bitencourt - 14.200 - - 14.333 -
Diego Hypólito 15.633 - - 15.000 - -
Arthur Zanetti - - 15.633 - - -
Arthur Oyakawa Mariano 14.533 - - 14.966 - 14.066
Sérgio Sasaki 14.533 14.600 14.733 15.566 14.666 15.000
7   Switzerland 43.666 (7) 42.957 (6) 42.240 (8) 44.133 (7) 43.765 (6) 40.532 (8) 257.293
Christian Baumann - 13.666 13.866 - - 14.200
Pascal Bucher - 14.566 - 14.400 15.033 12.866
Benjamin Gischard 14.600 - 13.966 14.600 - -
Oliver Hegi - 14.725 - - 13.966 13.466
Kevin Rossi 14.266 - - - - -
Eddy Yusof 14.800 - 14.408 15.133 14.766 -
8  Germany 41.299 (8) 39.765 (8) 43.366 (7) 42.466 (8) 45.466 (3) 43.798 (5) 256.160
Andreas Bretschneider 13.800 - 14.133 - 14.900 14.166
Lukas Dauser - - - 13.533 15.366 -
Fabian Hambüchen 15.166 - 14.633 14.033 15.200 15.366
Helge Liebrich - 11.766 - 14.900 - -
Andreas Toba 12.333 14.366 14.600 - - 14.266
Daniel Weinert - 13.633 - - - -
[2]

Individual all-around

In the men's all-around final, only two gymnasts per country can compete. Ryohei Kato and Shogo Nonomura of Japan, Lin Chaopan of China, Max Whitlock and Daniel Keatings of Great Britain, and Nikita Ignatyev of Russia were amongst those who had earned scores in the qualification round high enough to qualify for the individual all-around final, but could not compete due to the two-per-country rule. On October 8, it was announced that Nile Wilson had pulled out of the All-Around final due to a wrist injury and that his teammate, Max Whitlock, would compete in his place.[3][4] On that day, it was also announced that Alexander Shatilov of Israel had pulled out of the competition and would be replaced by reserve athlete Ferhat Arican of Turkey.

Kōhei Uchimura of Japan once again made history by winning his fifth consecutive World All-Around Title.[5]

Rank Gymnast Total
1st  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN) 15.766 15.000 15.100 15.633 15.200 15.233 91.932
2nd  Max Whitlock (GBR) 15.466 16.000 14.466 15.366 14.975 14.200 90.473
3rd  Yusuke Tanaka (JPN) 15.200 14.200 14.733 14.933 15.883 15.500 90.449
4  Oleh Vernyayev (UKR) 14.833 15.233 14.333 15.400 16.033 14.466 90.298
5  David Belyavskiy (RUS) 15.133 15.133 14.700 15.033 15.366 14.400 89.765
6  Deng Shudi (CHN) 15.300 13.833 14.866 15.200 15.700 14.833 89.732
7  Sérgio Sasaki (BRA) 14.966 14.633 14.800 15.200 14.900 15.066 89.565
8  Fabian Hambüchen (GER) 14.966 13.466 14.533 15.066 15.433 15.100 88.564
9  Nikolai Kuksenkov (RUS) 14.766 14.800 14.666 14.600 15.108 14.466 88.406
10  Jossimar Calvo (COL) 14.200 14.566 14.400 14.266 15.600 15.233 88.265
11  Daniel Purvis (GBR) 15.133 14.633 14.000 14.733 15.100 14.100 87.699
12  Sam Mikulak (USA) 15.300 14.800 14.800 14.633 13.400 14.658 87.591
13  Cheng Ran (CHN) 15.300 13.666 14.683 14.133 15.233 14.566 87.581
14  Andrey Likhovitskiy (BLR) 14.466 15.333 13.800 14.433 14.933 14.433 87.398
15  Petro Pakhnyuk (AZE) 14.433 14.366 13.966 14.966 15.375 13.933 87.039
16  Andreas Toba (GER) 14.466 14.166 14.633 14.333 14.333 14.333 86.264
17  Donnell Whittenburg (USA) 15.100 13.783 15.266 13.700 14.533 13.866 86.248
18  Oliver Hegi (SUI) 14.000 14.433 13.933 14.400 15.133 13.333 85.232
19  Cristian Bataga (ROU) 14.566 14.100 14.466 14.566 14.133 13.366 85.197
20  Cyril Tommasone (FRA) 14.366 15.666 13.700 14.166 13.266 13.466 84.630
21  Arthur Oyakawa Mariano (BRA) 15.208 13.300 14.000 15.000 14.100 12.566 84.174
22  Lee Hyeok-jung (KOR) 14.366 13.000 13.433 14.366 14.233 13.766 83.164
23  Ferhat Arican (TUR) 12.566 14.133 13.666 14.366 14.200 13.533 82.464
24  Ludovico Edalli (ITA) 13.666 13.700 13.533 14.266 13.133 13.966 82.264

Floor

2011 World Champion and 2013 Bronze medallist on Floor Kohei Uchimura qualified in 5th, but did not progress to the final due to the fact that his Japanese teammates, Kenzo Shirai and Ryohei Kato qualified ahead of him.

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st  Denis Ablyazin (RUS) 7.100 8.650 15.750
2nd  Kenzo Shirai (JPN) 7.400 8.433 0.1 15.733
3rd  Diego Hypólito (BRA) 7.000 8.700 15.700
4  Jacob Dalton (USA) 6.700 8.900 15.600
5  Kim Han-sol (KOR) 6.500 9.000 15.500
6  Ryohei Kato (JPN) 7.100 8.366 15.466
7  Eleftherios Kosmidis (GRE) 6.600 8.550 0.1 15.050
8  Rayderley Zapata (ESP) 6.600 7.300 13.900
[6]

Pommel Horse

After failing to make the finals in Antwerp in 2013, 2011 World and 2012 Olympic Champion Krisztián Berki reclaims his title on his specialty.

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st  Krisztián Berki (HUN) 7.000 9.033 16.033
2nd  Filip Ude (CRO) 6.700 9.083 15.783
3rd  Cyril Tommasone (FRA) 6.900 8.700 15.600
4  Sašo Bertoncelj (SLO) 6.700 8.833 15.533
5  Robert Seligman (CRO) 6.400 9.000 15.400
6  Alexander Naddour (USA) 6.800 8.500 15.300
7  Andrey Likhovitskiy (BLR) 6.500 8.700 15.200
8  Daniel Keatings (GBR) 7.100 8.033 15.133
[7]

Rings

Reigning Olympic and defending World Champion Arthur Zanetti was edged out by newcomer Liu Yang by 0.200.
Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st  Liu Yang (CHN) 6.900 9.033 15.933
2nd  Arthur Zanetti (BRA) 6.800 8.933 15.733
3rd  You Hao (CHN) 7.000 8.700 15.700
3rd  Denis Ablyazin (RUS) 6.800 8.900 15.700
5  Samir Aït Saïd (FRA) 6.800 8.766 15.566
6  Courtney Tulloch (GBR) 6.800 8.600 15.400
6  Eleftherios Petrounias (GRE) 6.700 8.700 15.400
8  Nikita Ignatyev (RUS) 6.600 8.666 15.266
[8]

Vault

Reigning Olympic and 2-time World Champion Yang Hak-Seon failed to defend his title or even make the podium because he fell on both of his vaults. 2007 World Bronze Medalist Ri Se-Gwang grabbed his first world title.
Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Score 1 D Score E Score Pen. Score 2 Total
1st  Ri Se-gwang (PRK) 6.400 9.233 15.633 6.400 9.100 0.3 15.200 15.416
2nd  Ihor Radivilov (UKR) 6.000 9.200 15.200 6.000 9.466 15.466 15.333
3rd  Jacob Dalton (USA) 6.000 9.233 0.1 15.133 6.000 9.266 15.266 15.199
4  Kenzo Shirai (JPN) 6.000 9.058 15.058 5.600 9.466 15.066 15.062
5  Sérgio Sasaki (BRA) 6.000 9.166 0.1 15.066 6.000 9.066 0.1 14.966 15.016
6  Shek Wai Hung (HKG) 6.000 9.166 0.1 15.066 6.000 9.033 0.1 14.933 14.999
7  Yang Hak-seon (KOR) 6.400 8.166 0.1 14.466 6.400 8.066 0.1 14.366 14.416
8  Denis Ablyazin (RUS) 6.000 8.133 14.133 6.200 8.000 0.1 14.100 14.116
[9]

Parallel bars

Reigning World Champion Lin Chaopan of China failed to qualify for the final, placing 17th in qualifications. The other reigning World Champion Kohei Uchimura failed to qualify due to the 2-per-country rule, with his teammates Ryohei Kato and Yusuke Tanaka qualifying ahead of him.

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st  Oleh Vernyayev (UKR) 6.900 9.225 16.125
2nd  Danell Leyva (USA) 6.900 9.033 15.933
3rd  Ryohei Kato (JPN) 6.700 8.966 15.666
4  Deng Shudi (CHN) 7.100 8.533 15.633
5  Yusuke Tanaka (JPN) 6.200 8.841 15.041
6  Cheng Ran (CHN) 6.800 8.066 14.866
7  Donnell Whittenburg (USA) 6.100 8.266 14.366
8  Nikolai Kuksenkov (RUS) 6.500 7.166 13.666
[10]

Horizontal bar

Reigning Olympic Champion and defending World Champion Epke Zonderland successfully took home the gold on horizontal bar. Current Olympic and 2013 World Silver Medalist Fabian Hambüchen failed to qualify. He finished in 22nd place with a score of 14.366.
Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st  Epke Zonderland (NED) 7.700 8.525 16.225
2nd  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN) 7.200 8.525 15.725
3rd  Marijo Možnik (CRO) 6.700 8.300 15.000
4  Nile Wilson (GBR) 6.200 8.566 14.766
5  David Belyavskiy (RUS) 6.400 8.333 14.733
6  Nikolai Kuksenkov (RUS) 6.900 7.633 14.533
7  Zhang Chenglong (CHN) 7.400 6.966 14.366
8  Jossimar Calvo (COL) 6.700 6.600 13.300
[11]

Women's results

Team competition

Rank Team Total
1st  United States 46.741 (1) 44.733 (1) 43.799 (3) 44.007 (1) 179.280
Kyla Ross 15.100 14.733 14.333 13.966
Simone Biles 15.866 14.966 15.375
Mykayla Skinner 15.775 14.666
Ashton Locklear 15.100
Madison Kocian 14.900
Alyssa Baumann 14.500
2nd  China 44.123 (4) 43.599 (3) 44.066 (1) 40.799 (5) 172.587
Yao Jinnan 14.966 14.533 14.400
Shang Chunsong 13.933 15.066 14.033
Huang Huidan 15.133 14.600
Tan Jiaxin 14.991 13.900
Chen Siyi 14.166 12.866
Bai Yawen
3rd  Russia 44.699 (3) 44.655 (2) 41.932 (5) 40.166 (7) 171.462
Aliya Mustafina 15.133 15.066 14.766 14.033
Maria Kharenkova 15.033 13.233
Alla Sosnitskaya 14.633 12.900
Ekaterina Kramarenko 14.633 12.133
Daria Spiridonova 14.966
Tatiana Nabieva 14.933
4  Romania 44.757 (2) 40.232 (8) 43.900 (2) 42.074 (3) 170.963
Larisa Iordache 15.066 14.466 15.500 14.708
Ștefania Stănilă 14.758 12.933 13.200 13.666
Andreea Munteanu 15.200 13.700
Anamaria Ocolișan 14.933
Paula Tudorache 12.833
Silvia Zarzu
5  Italy 43.900 (6) 41.391 (6) 41.066 (6) 42.666 (2) 169.023
Vanessa Ferrari 14.900 14.066 14.300 14.666
Erika Fasana 14.900 14.200
Lara Mori 13.825 13.800
Giorgia Campana 13.500 12.933
Martina Rizzelli 14.100
Lavinia Marongiu 13.833
6  Great Britain 44.032 (5) 43.232 (4) 39.632 (8) 41.599 (4) 168.495
Ruby Harrold 14.800 14.066 13.700
Gabrielle Jupp 14.066 13.833 13.366
Becky Downie 15.100 14.033
Claudia Fragapane 14.466 14.533
Kelly Simm 14.766
Hannah Whelan 11.766
7  Australia 42.132 (8) 42.700 (5) 42.165 (4) 38.991 (8) 165.988
Georgia Rose Brown 14.233 13.900 13.766 12.900
Mary Anne Monckton 13.933 14.333
Larrissa Miller 14.700 13.300
Olivia Vivian 14.100 12.791
Kiara Munteanu 13.966
Emma Nedov 14.066
8  Japan 43.166 (7) 41.124 (7) 40.866 (7) 40.266 (6) 165.422
Mai Murakami 14.566 13.400 13.700
Asuka Teramoto 14.300 14.266 12.866
Yu Minobe 13.458 14.100
Natsumi Sasada 13.900 13.533
Wakana Inoue 14.300
Azumi Ishikura 13.033
[12]

Individual all-around

Only two athletes per country are allowed to compete in this event. The following athletes scored enough to qualify for the individual all-around final but did not compete due to the two per country rule: Mykayla Skinner of the United States (6th), Madison Kocian of the United States (14th), and Ekaterina Kramarenko of Russia (15th).

Simone Biles successfully defended her title. Larisa Iordache gave Romania their first medal of the 2014 Worlds with a silver. 2013 World All-Around Silver Medalist Kyla Ross took the bronze edging Russia's Aliya Mustafina, 2013 European Champion and 2012 Olympic and 2013 World Bronze Medalist in the All-Around, who settled for 4th and not making the podium for the first time in her senior career, after falling on floor.

Rank Gymnast Total
1st  Simone Biles (USA) 15.866 14.533 14.766 15.066 60.231
2nd  Larisa Iordache (ROU) 15.066 14.866 15.100 14.733 59.765
3rd  Kyla Ross (USA) 15.166 14.700 14.433 13.933 58.232
4  Aliya Mustafina (RUS) 15.100 15.041 14.341 13.433 57.915
5  Yao Jinnan (CHN) 14.533 15.533 14.566 12.833 57.465
6  Vanessa Ferrari (ITA) 14.866 13.700 13.900 14.700 57.166
7  Alla Sosnitskaya (RUS) 14.833 13.933 13.500 13.900 56.166
8  Jessica López (VEN) 14.400 14.500 14.133 13.100 56.133
9  Elsabeth Black (CAN) 13.900 13.833 14.533 13.866 56.132
10  Claudia Fragapane (GBR) 14.600 13.066 14.166 14.266 56.098
11  Ruby Harrold (GBR) 14.683 14.400 13.066 13.466 55.615
12  Shang Chunsong (CHN) 14.000 12.300 15.033 14.166 55.499
13  Roxana Popa (ESP) 14.900 14.300 13.066 13.033 55.299
14  Marta Pihan-Kulesza (POL) 13.966 13.691 14.133 13.366 55.156
15  Giulia Steingruber (SUI) 15.033 12.633 13.833 13.633 55.132
16  Ana Filipa Martins (POR) 13.800 13.966 13.533 13.433 54.732
17  Erika Fasana (ITA) 14.500 13.300 13.466 12.733 53.999
18  Asuka Teramoto (JPN) 13.766 13.766 12.866 13.466 53.864
19  Ștefania Stănilă (ROU) 14.500 12.733 12.700 13.600 53.533
20  Natsumi Sasada (JPN) 14.000 13.233 12.700 13.233 53.166
21 )AUS( 14.066 12.300 13.500 12.966 52.832
22  Lisa Katharina Hill (GER) 14.033 13.633 11.366 13.166 52.198
23  Elsa García (MEX) 13.933 11.266 13.766 13.066 52.031
24  Laura Waem (BEL) 13.900 13.800 13.633 10.633 51.966
[13]

Vault

Reigning 2011 and 2013 World Champion McKayla Maroney missed the competition to recover from a knee injury. She was the only 2013 World Champion not to compete in Nanning. 2008 Olympic Champion and 2013 World Bronze Medalist Hong Un-jong claimed her first world title on vault, the first North Korean World Champion since Kim Gwang-Suk in 1991. Simone Biles claims silver as she did in 2013 by 0.045 and Mykayla Skinner grabs her first individual medal, a bronze.

Rank Gymnast D Score E Score Pen. Score 1 D Score E Score Pen. Score 2 Total
1st  Hong Un-jong (PRK) 6.300 9.466 15.766 6.400 9.033 15.433 15.599
2nd  Simone Biles (USA) 6.300 9.600 15.900 5.600 9.608 15.208 15.554
3rd  Mykayla Skinner (USA) 6.400 9.300 15.700 5.800 9.233 15.033 15.366
4  Alla Sosnitskaya (RUS) 6.400 8.866 0.3 14.966 5.800 9.166 14.966 14.966
5  Giulia Steingruber (SUI) 6.200 9.033 15.233 5.000 9.200 14.200 14.716
5  Claudia Fragapane (GBR) 5.800 9.033 14.833 5.600 9.000 14.600 14.716
7  Alexa Moreno (MEX) 6.200 8.833 15.033 6.000 8.366 0.3 14.066 14.549
8  Phan Thị Hà Thanh (VIE) 5.800 8.608 0.3 14.108 6.200 8.533 0.1 14.633 14.370
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Uneven bars

Due to the two per country rule, Tan Jiaxin of China and Ekaterina Kramarenko of Russia were not able to compete in the final due to other members of their national team qualifying ahead of them. 2013 World Champion Huang Huidan settled for the silver by 0.133 to her compatriot Yao Jinnan, who claimed her first World Championship gold medal. 2014 European Bronze Medalist Daria Spiridonova grabbed another bronze at her first World Championships, edging Ashton Locklear by 0.017.

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st  Yao Jinnan (CHN) 6.900 8.733 15.633
2nd  Huang Huidan (CHN) 6.800 8.766 15.566
3rd  Daria Spiridonova (RUS) 6.400 8.883 15.283
4  Ashton Locklear (USA) 6.500 8.766 15.266
5  Becky Downie (GBR) 6.600 8.566 15.166
6  Aliya Mustafina (RUS) 6.300 8.800 15.100
7  Lisa Katharina Hill (GER) 6.300 8.033 14.333
8  Ruby Harrold (GBR) 6.100 7.566 13.666
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Balance beam

Due to the two per country rule, Shang Chunsong and Huang Huidan of China were not able to compete in the final as they qualified behind teammates Yao Jinnan and Bai Yawen. Mykayla Skinner, Madison Kocian, and Alyssa Baumann of the USA were also not able to compete in the final as they qualified behind their teammates Simone Biles and Kyla Ross. 2013 World Champion Aliya Mustafina of Russia had a hiccup in her routine and did not complete a required acrobatic series, and despite a .5 deduction, she claimed the bronze over Asuka Teramoto of Japan by 0.066. 2013 World Bronze Medalist, American Simone Biles claimed her third gold medal of the competition on beam, .067 over silver medalist Bai Yawen of China. 2013 World Silver Medalist, American Kyla Ross had to settle for 6th after a sub-par routine in the finals.

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st  Simone Biles (USA) 6.400 8.700 15.100
2nd  Bai Yawen (CHN) 6.200 8.833 15.033
3rd  Aliya Mustafina (RUS) 5.500 8.666 14.166
4  Asuka Teramoto (JPN) 5.600 8.500 14.100
5  Larisa Iordache (ROU) 6.200 7.866 14.066
6  Kyla Ross (USA) 5.600 8.266 13.866
7  Elsabeth Black (CAN) 6.300 7.400 13.700
8  Yao Jinnan (CHN) 5.700 7.666 13.366
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Floor

Simone Biles successfully defended her title from 2013, her 4th gold medal in Nanning and 9th overall. 2013 World Bronze Medalist, Romanian Larisa Iordache grabbed the silver and 2012 Olympic Floor Bronze Medalist Aliya Mustafina of Russia edged American Mykayla Skinner by 0.033 to claim the bronze, her 11th medal overall.

Position Gymnast D Score E Score Penalty Total
1st  Simone Biles (USA) 6.400 8.933 15.333
2nd  Larisa Iordache (ROU) 6.300 8.500 14.800
3rd  Aliya Mustafina (RUS) 6.200 8.533 14.733
4  Mykayla Skinner (USA) 6.500 8.200 14.700
5  Vanessa Ferrari (ITA) 6.300 8.366 14.666
6  Larrissa Miller (AUS) 5.800 8.433 14.233
7  Erika Fasana (ITA) 5.700 8.200 13.900
8  Claudia Fragapane (GBR) 6.000 7.400 0.3 13.100
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