Team USA Leads After Subdivision 1 World Gymnastics Championships Qualifying

England The United States opened the team qualifiers for the World Gymnastics Championships on Saturday at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool. The American added 167.263 to top Division 1 action. The women’s team qualifiers will continue on Sunday, with divisions 3-10 competing.

Gator sophomore year Leanne Wong Competing for the US, she made two vaults, but failed to advance to the event finals as US and NCAA rivals Jade Carey (Oregon State) and Jordan Chiles (UCLA) topped the sub-district’s vault standings. After completing 10 qualifying rounds, The top eight will advance to the machinery finals. Each end device has no more than one country or two.

The women’s final will begin on Tuesday, November 1 at 2:30 p.m. All medal rounds are broadcast live on NBC’s Peacock. The top three teams qualify for the 2024 Olympics in Paris.







US World Championships Subdivision I Scores

October 29 2022
event Skye Blakely Jade Kerry Jordan Chile Shilese Jones Leanne Wong
Vault*

14.600/14.366 14.466/14.166 14,200 13.766/13.10
Liquor store 12.566 13,333 14,066 14.566
beam of light 13,733 13.133 11.366 13,200
The floor 13,600 14,066 14,100 13,800
All-Around

55.132 53,998 55,766
* Let’s say first/second. Suppose both are not competing
Leanne Wong (USA)
Leanne Wong is from England. Competed in subdivision 1 of the US at the World Championships held in Liverpool.

2022 World Championship Women’s Team Qualification Scores

Wong was named to the six-member U.S. squad for the world gymnastics championships held a week ago and was selected at a team selection camp in Katy, Texas.

NCAA Influence on the US Worlds Roster

Prior to the 2022 World Championships, only 6 have competed as affiliates and been part of the US World Championship team in the same calendar year. That number is now nine Wong, Jordan Chiles (UCLA) and Jade Carey (Oregon State) compete as freshmen in the 2022 NCAA campaign.

Wong won silver and floor exercise bronze at the 2021 World Championships in Japan. She is One of three American gymnasts To compete as a team between consecutive World Cups.







first name College (years), World Cup Medals
Leanne Wong Florida (2022- 2021 and 2022 2021 World Money (round); Flooring (Bronze Medal); Four All-America honors in the 2022 NCAA Tournament, including 5th All roundd
Alicia Sacramon Brown (2007); 2006 and 2007 2006 World Cup Silver Medal (Team)
2007 World Gold (Team); floor (silver); Brass (say), Competed as an individual at the 2007 NCAAs (9.85 FX).
Kathy Johnson Clarke Century (1978-79); 1978 and 1979 1978 World Bronze (Floor); 1978 AIAW Championship Titles (Junior College Division)

Among the Gators currently enrolled at UF, Wong is among four to compete at the World Championships. Morgan Hard (2017 & 2018); Riley McCusker (2018) and Kayla DiCello (2021) also represented the United States in the World Championship. McCusker and Hurd won team gold in 2018. Hurd was the 2017 World Championships’ all-around champion, while DiCello took the all-around bronze in 2021.

About Leanne Wong:

· 2021 World Championship silver medalist; Floor exercise fee
· One of four alternate gymnasts for the US Olympic Gymnastics team and traveled to Tokyo for the Summer Games.
· 2022 OOFOS US Gymnastics Championships Joint Uneven Bars Champion; Tied for fifth on balance beam.
· 2022 US Classic; Vodka and floor exercise champion
· 2022-23; 2020-21, Members of the 2019-20 and 2018-19 US Senior National Teams and the 2018-19 and 2017-18 US Junior National Teams
· 8-time All-American in 2022 – Four NCAA Championship honors were high among freshmen.
· 2022 Southeastern Conference balance beam champion (9.975);
· Second-highest total in the nation at the 2022 NCAA Auburn Regional all-around (39.875)
· Two 10.0s in 2022 – uneven bars (vs Arkansas) and vault (NCAA Auburn Regional final). Owns a college best of 9.975 for beam and floor exercise.

World Cup schedule (All medal rounds broadcast live on NBC’s Peacock)
October 29-30 Women’s Team Qualifiers.
Nov. 1 Women’s final: 2:30 p.m
Nov. 3 Women’s All-Around Finals – 2:45 p.m. ET
November 5 Women’s Vault & Uneven Bars Finals – 9:30 a.m. ET
November 6 Women’s Balance Beam & Floor Exercise Final – 8:30 a.m. ET

World Gymnastics Championship competition schedule

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