Gymnastics at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Women's floor

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Women's floor
at the Games of the XXXI Olympiad
VenueHSBC Arena
Date16 August 2016
Competitors14 from 8 nations
Winning score15.966
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Simone Biles  United States
2nd, silver medalist(s) Alexandra Raisman  United States
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Amy Tinkler  Great Britain
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The Women's floor competition at the 2016 Summer Olympics was held at the HSBC Arena on 16 August.

The medals were presented by Larry Probst IOC member, United States and Ali Zaater, FIG Executive Committee Member.

Competition format[edit]

The top 8 qualifiers in the qualification phase (limit two per NOC), based on combined score of each apparatus, advanced to the individual all-around final. The finalists performed on each apparatus again. Qualification scores were then ignored, with only final round scores counting.

Qualification[edit]

The gymnasts who rank in the top eight qualify for the final round, with a maximum of two gymnasts from any single NOC eligible to move to the finals. When more than two competitors from one country finish in the top eight, the gymnast(s) who are third or lower ranked from that country are replaced by the next best ranking gymnast.

Rank Gymnast Nation D Score E Score Pen. Total Qual.
1 Simone Biles  United States 6.800 8.933 15.733 Q
2 Alexandra Raisman  United States 6.600 8.675 15.275 Q
3 Vanessa Ferrari  Italy 6.200 8.666 14.866 Q
4 Laurie Hernandez  United States 6.000 8.800 14.800
5 Giulia Steingruber  Switzerland 6.200 8.466 14.666 Q
6 Wang Yan  China 6.300 8.366 14.666 Q
7 Amy Tinkler  Great Britain 6.300 8.300 14.600 Q
8 Mai Murakami  Japan 6.200 8.366 14.566 Q
9 Gabby Douglas  United States 6.100 8.366 −0.100 14.366
10 Erika Fasana  Italy 6.100 8.233 14.333 Q
11 Claudia Fragapane  Great Britain 6.200 8.133 14.333 R1
12 Pauline Schaefer  Germany 5.700 8.600 14.300 R2
13 Elisa Meneghini  Italy 5.600 8.633 14.233
14 Catalina Ponor  Romania 5.900 8.300 14.200 R3

Final[edit]

Rank Name Difficulty Execution Penalty Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Simone Biles (USA) 6.900 9.066 15.966
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Alexandra Raisman (USA) 6.600 8.900 15.500
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Amy Tinkler (GBR) 6.400 8.533 14.933
4  Vanessa Ferrari (ITA) 6.300 8.466 14.766
5  Wang Yan (CHN) 6.300 8.366 14.666
6  Erika Fasana (ITA) 6.100 8.433 14.533
7  Mai Murakami (JPN) 6.300 8.233 14.533
8  Giulia Steingruber (SUI) 5.400 6.700 −0.300 11.800

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