Un article sur les qualifications des femmes:
Russian Olympian Ksenia Semyonova was the top qualifier Thursday as the 2009 European Championships began in Milan.
In the women's all-around qualification, Semyonova scored 57.625 with scores ranging from 14.325 on vault to 14.475 on balance beam. Semyonova, the reigning world and European uneven bars champion, broke on her best event (14.425) but just managed to qualify to the final by placing eighth. She qualified third to the final on balance beam, where she is also the defending champion, and fourth to the final on floor exercise (14.400).
The top 24 gymnasts in the all-around and the top eight on each apparatus advance to the finals, with a limit of two per country in each final.
Romania's Anamaria Tamarjan (57.275) qualified second over Belgian Aagje Van Walleghem (56.150).
The top qualifiers to the apparatus finals were Russia's Yulia Berger on vault, Great Britain's Beth Tweddle on uneven bars and floor exercise, and Greece's Vasiliki Millousi on balance beam.
Tweddle's 15.275 on uneven bars was the high mark of the day.
Olympic floor exercise champion Sandra Izbasa (Romania) was second to Tweddle on her best event, but fell from balance beam.
Competition continues Friday with the men's qualification.
Source (avec une photo de Semyonova): http://www.intlgymnast.com/index.php?option=com...ts&Itemid=164