2020 International Gymnix

A photo gallery of junior and senior international women’s artistic gymnastics

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    Archived Streams: On Youtube, some of the apparatus live streams can be viewed on the Canada Games channel and on the  CanadaGames.Live Portal. Many streams failed to work including all the apparatus finals.

    Results: On Sportzsoft at mobile (see rotation orders too): http://www.sportzsoft.com/LiveMeet/LiveMeet.dll/LiveMeet?SessionId=0222080951337#aSession  or  web (see ongoing team calculations): http://www.sportzsoft.com/meet/meetWeb.dll/MeetResults?SessionId=0222080951337  

    THURSday February 21

    As many as 30 medals are up for grabs in the final session of artistic gymnastics. The Men’s and Women’s Apparatus Finals takes place at 14:00 (MDT) and features the top 8 individuals per apparatus qualified in Team Competitions, first 2 per province. Top female gymnasts such as Chloé Lorange, Hannah Scharf, and Montana Fairbairn have qualified for all four apparatus finals. Top male gymnast Félix Dolci qualified for five men’s apparatus finals, and David Sandro qualified for all six finals.  At this time the finalists appear to be:

    WEDNESday February 20

    The Men’s Individual All Around Final takes place at 16:00 (MDT) and features the top 36 individuals qualified in Monday’s Team Competiton, first 3 per province plus top finishers to round out the field. At this time, the qualified finalists appear to be:

    TUESday February 19

    The Women’s Individual All Around Final will take place at 15:30 (MDT) and feature the top 36 individuals qualified in Sunday’s Team Competiton, first 3 per province plus top finishers to round out the field. At this time, the qualified finalists appear to be:

    All this is unofficial and subject to change. 

    MOnday February 18

    The draw for Men’s Team Competition was:

    • Subdivision 1 (11:00 MDT) – QC, PEI, SK, NB, MB
    • Subdivision 2 (16:00 MDT) – NS, NL, ON, AB, BC

     

    Sunday February 17

    The draw for Women’s Team Competition was:

    • Subdivision 1 (11:30 MDT) – NB (Burgundy/white), NS (Blue/white), NL (Black)
    • Subdivision 2 (13:00 MDT) – SK (Green), BC (Blue), MB (Black),  ON (Red)
    • Subdivision 3 (16:30 MDT) – AB, NT/YK, QC, PEI

    Archived Streams? On Youtube, there appears to be a  digital rights configuration problem preventing replays. If it ever works properly, here is a saved playlist.

    Results: On Gym Score Depot

    Media Roundup:

     

    MEET THE TEAMS

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