Going By Nationals: Romania

In this edition of, Going by Nationals, where we see where these teams would end up in major international competition if they went by their national scores, we will be testing Romania and their qualification to the Olympic games from worlds. Also, these are the top four scores from event finals.

*USING TOP NATIONAL SCORES
2015 Worlds Quals:

Place      Nation    Vault Total    Bars Total   Beam Total   Floor Total   Total
1st          USA       62.099           57.715         57.198           59.599         236.611
2nd         Russia    60.299           59.907         56.532           54.699         231.437
3rd   Great Britain 59.531          55.566         55.299           56.766         227.162
4th         China       58.931          56.098         55.199           54.899         225.127
5th          Italy        58.290          54.322         55.432           56.398         224.452
6th         Japan       58.033          55.199         54.832           55.799         223.863
7th    Romania*     55.066          52.732         57.832           57.600        223.230
8th  Netherlands   56.016           55.499         55.565           55.274        222.354

Hence, based on the chart above, Romania would’ve finished in 7th place, qualifying them to the team final and the Olympics. Obviously, this is not nearly an accurate team total that they would’ve calculated based on their recent performances. And the fact that national scores are inflated quite a bit (especially in Romania). However, it is fun  to see how they would’ve placed if they did score like that. By the way, these scores are from 2016 Nationals not 2015.

Thank you for reading and stay tune for more! 🙂

Photo via Getty Images.

 

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