2017 Worlds: Competition Draw


The competition order for qualification and apparatus finals was determined by a random draw held September 13. Federations were able to enter up to six male gymnasts and four female gymnasts, but each country can enter only three gymnasts to compete on any one apparatus. The spots are assigned to the federations, which then determine the order their gymnasts will compete.

Gymnasts are seeded for the all-around finals based on their qualification finish, so that the top group competes together and the top qualifier is the last gymnast up in the final rotation.

Men's Qualification: Subdivision 1
Men's Qualification: Subdivision 2
Men's Qualification: Subdivision 3
Men's Qualification: Subdivision 4

Women's Qualification: Subdivision 1
Women's Qualification: Subdivision 2
Women's Qualification: Subdivision 3
Women's Qualification: Subdivision 4
Women's Qualification: Subdivision 5
 

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