Thursday, June 28, 2012

If History Repeats It's Self: Part 6, Floor

Okay, this is the last part, the floor.  Again, this probably won't be accurate, but, this shows that it has happened before.
Tianjin 1999
Gold-Andreea Raducan [ROU]
Silver-Simona Amanar [ROU]
Bronze-Svetlana Khorkina [RUS]
Sydney 2000
Gold-Elena Zamolodchikova [RUS]
Silver-Svetlana Khorkina [RUS]
Bronze-Simona Amanar [ROU]
Anaheim 2003
Gold-Daiane Dos Santos [BRA]
Silver- Catalina Ponor [ROU]
Bronze-Elena Gomez [ESP]

Athens 2004
Gold-Catalina Ponor [ROU]
Silver-Nicoleta Sofronie [ROU]
Bronze-Patricia Moreno [ESP]
Stuttgart 2007
Gold-Shawn Johnson [USA]
Silver-Alicia Sacramone [USA]
Bronze-Cassy Vericel [FRA]
Beijing 2008
Gold-Sandra Izbasa [ROU]
Silver- Shawn Johnson [USA]
Bronze-Nastia Liukin [USA]
Tokyo 2011
Gold-Ksenia Afanasyeva [RUS]
Silver-Sui Lu [CHN]
Bronze-Aly Raisman [USA]
So, after averaging everything off, these are the place where these top three gymnasts find them selves due to history.
Ksenia Afanasyeva-3
Sui Lu-12
Aly Raisman-6*
*Cassy Vericel did not make the french 2008 Olympic team, so that average is by two numbers, not three.
Anything can happen, and I am not expecting any of this to actually happen come floor finals in London.  I hope it's a good competition and much luck to all of the gymnasts headed to London!!

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