Australia takes on the World in Day One of the Melbourne World Cup

After months of anticipation, the Gymnastics World Cup Melbourne is finally here with day 1 Qualifications coming come to an end. Whilst results didn’t quite fall the way of the Australians, the night provided much needed competition practice ahead of an important period heading into Tokyo 2020.

Competition, saw our MAG athletes compete on the Floor, Pommel Horse and Rings. And for our WAG athletes, the Vault and Uneven Bars. With all atheletes competing for a top eight finish to proceed to the finals.

Georgia-Rose Brown (6th) and Georgia Godwin (7th) were among the highlights for the Australian WAG team, with both qualifying for the Uneven Bars final, to be held on Saturday 22 February. Georgia-Rose will be looking for another strong performance on Saturday with valuable Olympic qualification points on the line.

MAG athlete Marcus Casamento made his international debut tonight, placing a respectable 12th on Floor.

Tomorrow night will feature MAG Vault, Parallel Bars and High Bar and WAG Beam and Floor.


Uneven Bars

6th – Georgia-Rose Brown

7th – Georgia Godwin


11th – Georgia Godwin


10th – Clay Mason Stephens

12th – Mason Casamento


12th – Mitchell Morgans

13th – Clay Mason Stephens


15th – Michael Tone

22nd – Christopher Remkes