Beth Tweddle on Uneven Bars in Aarhus, 2006.

After day one of competition, eight women on each apparatus have advanced to finals. There were not, however, any qualification attempts for vault due to lack of entrants, therefore, all women who registered for vault will automatically advance for the final.

Beth Tweddle, the 2009 European Champion on Uneven Bars and Floor Exercise is the top qualifier on those two pieces, with Romanian Gabriela Dragoi leading the pack on the Balance Beam.

Qualifiers list:

Vault:

No list available.

Uneven Bars:

1. Beth Tweddle (Great Britain) 14.850 (6.70/8.150)
2. Lucia Tacchelli (Switzerland) 14.200 (5.80/8.400)
3. Ekatarina Kurbatova (Russia) 14.075 (5.80/8.275)
4. Jana Sikulova (Czech Republic) 13.950 (5.50/8.450)
5. Gabriela Dragoi (Romania) 13.125 (5.80/7.325)
6. Khiuani Dias (Brasil) 13.000 (5.40/7.600)
6. Becky Downie (Great Britain) 13.000 (5.70/7.300)
8. Diana Chelaru (Romania) 12.525 (5.20/7.325)

Balance Beam

1. Gabriela Dragoi (Romania) 14.425 (5.70/8.725)
2. Sanne Wevers (Netherlands) 14.025 (5.60/8.425)
3. Ana Maria Izurieta (Spain) 13.975 (5.70/8.275)
4. Suzanne Harmes (Netherlands) 13.925 (5.20/8.725)
5. Khiuani Dias (Brasil) 13.875 (5.10/8.775)
6. Becky Downie (Great Britain) 13.775 (5.20/8.575)
7. Adela Sajn (Slovenia) 13.575 (5.40/8.175)
8. Ekatarina Kurbatova (Russia) 13.525 (5.80/7.725)

Floor Exercise

1. Beth Tweddle (Great Britain) 15.025 (6.00/9.025)
2. Anna Myzdrikova (Russia) 14.650 (6.00/8.650)
3. Ana Maria Izurieta (Spain) 14.175 (5.50/8.675)
4. Yasmin Zimmerman (Switzerland) 13.825 (5.30/8.525)
5. Diana Chelaru (Romania) 13.775 (5.50/8.025)
6. Yulia Berger (Russia) 13.575 (5.40/8.175)
7. Naomi Ruiz (Spain) 13.500 (5.50/8.000)
8. Jessica Gil (Colombia) 13.200 (5.40/7.800)

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