samedi 24 mars 2018

Doha World Cup: Gold for Axelle and Bronze for Nina !

Today the Doha World Cup concluded with the last 5 finals. 4 Belgian gymnasts were in contention for the medals. Axelle Klinckaert won the floor gold and Nina Derwael added a bronze medal to her collection on beam !

Credit: Alkass TV
Nina Derwael was the fifth gymnast to mount the beam, right after the two French girls. Apart from a wobble on her side aerial, she showed a clean routine. She scored 13.400 and won the bronze medal. Melanie De Jesus Dos Santos was rock solid to win the gold, ahead of her teammate Marine Boyer who was second.

Results Beam final:
1. Melanie De Jesus Dos Santos (FRA) 13.933
2. Marine Boyer (FRA) 13.466
3. Nina Derwael (BEL) 13.400
4. Yuki Uchiyama (JPN) 13.366
5. Nora Feher (HUN) 13.066
6. Nagi Kajita (JPN) 13.066
7. Adela Sajn (SLO) 12.100
8. Aneta Holesova (CZE) 11.766

Credit: Thierry Deleuze
Axelle Klinckaert was the third gymnast to go in the floor final. She cleanly performed her tumbling passes and had the crowd in the palm of her hand with her choreography. She scored 13.333. Two more gymnasts matched that score: the Italian Elisa Meneghini and Su Jong Kim from North Korea. Rune Hermans would have beaten that score if it weren't for her last tumbling pass, which took her out of the floor area and out of the medals. Her exercise was nevertheless a pleasure for the eye.

Results floor final:
1. Axelle Klinckaert (BEL) 13.333
1. Elisa Meneghini (ITA) 13.333
1. Kim Su Jong (PRK) 13.333
4. Lara Mori (ITA) 13.266
5. Rune Hermans (BEL) 13.133
6. Taeja James (GBR) 13.133
7. Marine Boyer (FRA) 13.033
8. Nagi Kajita (JPN) 12.666
9. Jinru Liu (CHN) 11.666

Credit: FfG
Noah Kuavita was the last Belgian gymnast to take the stage in Doha in the horizontal bar final. Unfortunately he missed the bar on his kovacs salto and ended up in 8th in his first World Cup Final. The high bar final was won by Tin Srbic from Croatia, ahead of Marvin Kimble (USA) and Deng Shudi (CHN). 

Results high bar final:
1. Tin Srbic (CRO) 14.800
2. Marvin Kimble (USA) 14.533
3. Shudi Deng (CHN) 14.500
4. Edgar Boulet (FRA) 14.400
5. Alec Yoder (USA) 13.600
6. Ruoteng Xiao (CHN) 13.466
7. Ryohei Kato (JPN) 12.866
8. Noah Kuavita (BEL) 12.533

With three medals and 7 finals, the Doha World Cup was a great one for Team Belgium. Congratulations to the team!

Results here

vendredi 23 mars 2018

Doha World Cup: Nina Derwael wins gold !

This Friday was the first day of event final in the Aspire Dome in Doha. 3 Belgian gymnasts competed today. Uneven bars favorite Nina Derwael delivered an impressive routine to easily win the gold medal !

Credit: Thierry Deleuze
Nina Derwael and Rune Hermans both competed in the uneven bars final today. Rune was the 3rd gymnast to go. She delivered a clean and confident routine to score 13.833, a great score for her !

Nina Derwael was up right after her. The European Champion and Worlds bronze medalist, already a favorite to win the title, didn't disappoint and easily won the gold, with the massive score of 15.300, the best score of her career !

Nina took the gold more than 0.7 ahead of Russia's Uliana Perebinosova (14.566) and France's Melanie De Jesus Dos Santos (14.400).

Uneven bars final results
1. Nina Derwael (BEL) 15.300
2. Uliana Perebinosova (RUS) 14.566
3. Melanie De Jesus Dos Santos (FRA) 14.400
4. Rune Hermans (BEL) 13.833
5. Du Siyu (CHN) 13.833
6. Louise Vanhille (FRA) 13.533
7. Nagi Kajita (JPN) 12.866
8. Lara Mori (ITA) 9.400

On the men's side, Dennis Goossens competed on rings. Our Lord of the Rings started really well, but had to take a big step on the landing, which cost him a few tenths. Dennis ended in 7th place with 14.133. The final was won by Igor Radivilov from Ukraine, with 15.266, ahead of Ibrahim Colak (Turkey, 15.000) and China's Zou Jingyuan (14.966).

Still rings final results
1. Igor Radivilov (UKR) 15.266
2. Ibrahim Colak (TUR) 15.000
3. Zou Jingyuan (CHN) 14.966
4. Marco Lodadio (ITA) 14.700
5. Andrei Vasile Muntean (ROU) 14.633
6. Yuya Kamoto (JPN) 14.433
7. Dennis Goossens (BEL) 14.133
8. Marvin Kimble (USA) 13.966

Tomorrow, the finals continue at 2pm (Belgian time)! Nina Derwael will be in the balance beam final, while Rune Hermans and Axelle Klinckaert will compete on floor. Finally, Noah Kuavita will be in the horizontal bar final.

jeudi 22 mars 2018

Doha World Cup: 7 finals for Team Belgium!

The Doha Aspire Dome is currently hosting its annual World Cup event. Qualifications happened on Wednesday and Thursday, while the finals are set for Friday and Saturday. Team Belgium did not disappoint in Doha: they qualified for 7 finals!

Credit: Doha Artistic Gymnastics-Qatar
6 gymnasts represented Team Belgium in this World Cup: Dennis Goossens competed on still rings, Takumi Onoshima on floor, pommel horse, parallel bars en high bar and Noah Kuavita on parallel bars and high bar. On the girls' side, Nina Derwael competed on uneven bars and beam, Rune Hermans on all events but vault and Axelle Klinckaert on floor.

Wednesday Takumi Onoshima opened the competition on pommel horse. He did well and placed 13th in a field packed with champions. Dennis Goossens was next up on his favourite event: the still rings. He qualified for the final on Friday with a score of 14.533 (6th). Takumi also placed 31st on floor where he had some troubles to control his landings.

Rune Hermans was really stable and clean on uneven bars and qualified with the 6th score for the final on Friday. She scored 13.133. Nina Derwael once again raised the bar. She topped the field with a stunning 15.233 and is the gymnast to beat for the uneven bars gold.

On thursday Nina and Rune competed on beam first. Nina did an excellent job and finished 3rd with 13.500 while Rune couldn't avoid some wobble and ended in 13th place. Takumi and Noah Kuavita were next up on high bar. They both did well: Noah finished 7th and qualified for the final (13.566) and Takumi placed 15th. Rune and Axelle Klinckaert showed good floor routines and finished second (13.500) and eight (13.133). They both qualified for the final. Takumi and Noah closed the qualification round on parallel bars. Takumi took the 15th place with 13.166 and Noah finished 28th.

Dennis, Nina and Rune will compete on Friday at 2pm (Belgian time). On Saturday, it will be Nina, Rune, Axelle and Noah's turn.

MAG Qualification results:
1. Takumi Sato (JPN) 14.866
2. Dmitrii Lankin (RUS) 14.433
3. Chih Kai Lee (TPE) 14.233
31. Takumi Onoshima (BEL) 12.466

Pommel horse
1. Chih Kai Lee (TPE) 15.200
2. Zou Jingyuan (CHN) 15.066
3. Rhys McClenaghan (IRE) 14.700
13. Takumi Onoshima (BEL) 13.566

Still rings
1. Igor Radivilov (UKR) 15.066
2. Zou Jingyuan (CHN) 14.866
3. Andrei Vasile Muntean (ROU) 14.766
6. Dennis Goossens (BEL) 14.533

Parallel bars
1. Zou Jingyuan (CHN) 16.266
2. Xiao Ruoteng (CHN) 15.133
3. Andrei Vasile Muntean (ROU) 14.533
15. Takumi Onoshima (BEL) 13.166
28. Noah Kuavita (BEL) 12.266

Horizontal bar
1. Xiao Ruoteng (CHN) 14.833
2. Edgar Boulet (FRA) 14.533
3. Deng Shudi (CHN) 14.500
7. Noah Kuavita (BEL) 13.566
15. Takumi Onoshima (BEL) 12.600

WAG Qualifications results
Uneven bars
1. Nina Derwael (BEL ) 15.233
2. Melanie De Jesus Dos Santos (FRA) 14.266
3. Uliana Perebinosova (RUS) 14.200
6. Rune Hermans (BEL) 13.133

Balance beam
1. Melanie De Jesus Dos Santos (FRA) 13.733
2. Marine Boyer (FRA) 13.666
3. Nina Derwael (BEL) 13.500
13. Rune Hermans (BEL) 12.466

Floor exercise
1. Taeja James (GBR) 13.533
2. Rune Hermans (BEL) 13.500
3. Elisa Meneghini (ITA) 13.466
8. Axelle Klinckaert (BEL) 13.133

samedi 17 mars 2018

DTB Pokal Team Challenge : gold medal for Team Belgium!

This weekend, Stuttgart held its annual DTB Pokal Team Challenge, a team competition happening as Stuttgart also hosts an individual World Cup event. Belgium was represented by two teams, a men and a women's team. Recap!

Credit: Mazarine Brassart
Qualifications were held on Friday. In the morning session, our women's team, composed of Rune Hermans, Nina Derwael, Maellyse Brassart, Axelle Klinckaert and Senna Deriks placed 1st, 5 points over 2nd and 3rd qualifiers, Japan and Germany.

Nina Derwael particularly impressed on bars, where she showed upgrades to score 14.900. Rune Hermans was steady on beam to score 13.200, while Axelle Klinckaert delivered a brand new routine on floor. Together with Japan, Germany and Switzerland, Belgium advanced to the final.

Still on Friday, the men's team competed in the 1st out of 2 sessions. Belgium was represented by Dennis Goossens, Noah Kuavita, Takumi Onoshima, Jimmy Verbaeys and Luka Van den Keybus. They had a pretty good competition, with high scores from Dennis on rings (14.600), Takumi on parallel bars and vault (13.350 and 13.650), while Jimmy and Luka looked sharp on pommel horse and horizontal bar.

With a total score of 233.500, they placed 8th in a strong field. Japan placed 1st in qualifications, ahead of Russia and Brazil. The top 6 advanced to the final. If the men's team missed the final, this result is still a good one, as the selection procedure for European Championships started for them. Next weekend, Takumi Onoshima, Dennis Goossens and Noah Kuavita will compete in another World Cup, this time in Doha.

This Saturday, in the team final, our women's team started on vault, with three strong Yurchenko full twist from Axelle, Senna and Maellyse (who got the highest score with 13.666). Moving on to the uneven bars, Senna Deriks unfortunately fell on her piked Jaeger but had a clean routine otherwise. She was followed by Rune Hermans and Nina Derwael. The European Champion and Worlds bronze medalist showed an intricate routine to score the highest score of the weekend, with a massive 15.033 ! 

After two rotations, Belgium was in the lead by a little over than 1.5 point. On beam, Rune and Axelle showed great combinations, with a few wobbles here and there, but clean work. Nina started really well and showed a nice triple wolf turn but unfortunately fell on her side aerial.

Germany had taken the lead after three events, but Belgium was right behind. On floor, Nina once again got the highest score for Team Belgium with a routine that included a double tuck, one and a half twist to front twist and a double twist (13.000). Rune also went clean, despite landing out of bounds on one of her passes. But the highlight on floor came from Axelle Klinckaert. Displaying a brand new Harry Potter routine, she showed a lot of expressivness and good execution.

Those three stellar routines were enough to secure Belgium the team gold medal, with a total score of 156.463. Switzerland and Japan took the silver and the bronze medal, while Germany, after a particularly rough rotation on beam, placed 4th.

Team final standings:
1. Belgium 156.463
2. Switzerland 153.129
3. Japan 151.663
4. Germany 151.462

Nina, Rune and Axelle will also compete in Doha next week.

Stuttgart's results here

dimanche 11 mars 2018

International Gymnix 2018: Promising work from our juniors.

The last few days Montreal hosted the International Gymnix, a competition that combines an international competition for both juniors and seniors, the Gymnix Challenge, and a international team competition for juniors, the Junior International Team Cup. 

Credit: International Gymnix
Belgium was represented by Stacy BertrandtMargaux DavelooseNoemie Louon and Julie Vandamme in the Junior Team Cup. Cassia Priels competed for Gymnos Charleroi in the Gymnix Challenge. The Juniors team placed 5th and the gymnasts qualified for 5 apparatus finals.

Team Belgium started this 4-4-3 competition (each team consists of 4 gymnasts, all compete, the 3 best scores are taken into account for the team total) on floor. Stacy Bertrandt was first up and showed a clean and solid exercise, including a double pike, a front layout with full twist and a double twist (12.367). Julie Vandamme and Noémie Louon both showed intricate combinations of backwards and forward twists, in addition to their double pike. Noémie especially showed beautiful lines and extension on her leaps. They both scored 12.434. Last up was Margaux Daveloose who delivered a solid performance including a double pike, 2 1/2 twist, a double wolf turn, a switch ring leap and an front layout with full twist. She got the highest score for Team Belgium with a great 13.267, a score that qualified her for the FX final on sunday.

On vault, the Belgian team often chooses the safe option. Margaux, Noémie and Stacy all showed a layout Yurchenko. Julie Vandamme added a full turn to hers and scored 13.434.

On uneven bars, the Belgians showed clean lines. Noémie did a sky high Jaeger and a double pike dismount (12.834). Stacy performed clean turns, a great Shaposhnikova, a bail and a Jaeger (12.667). Margaux received 12.500 for her exercise with a stalder with full turn, a Jaeger and a double front dismount. Julie had a clean exercise with a nice Shaposhnikova, a stalder with full turn and a double front dismount. Unfortunately, her hands slipped of the bars on her Tkatchev (11.267).

The final event for the 4 Belgian girls from Turnkring Varsenaere, near Bruges, was beam. Stacy and Margaux both mounted the beam with a steady roundoff back handspring. Margaux was also very solid on her back handspring layout and her wolf turn. Julie had a bit of a hard time on beam. She mounted with a nice front tuck and showed a nice backhandspring to layout and a double tuck dismount, but unfortunately fell on her free walkover.

Credit: Gymnix International
The team finished 5th, behind Italy, Russia, Canada 1 and Japan. Individually the competition was won by home gymnast Zoé Allaire-Bourgie. Italian Asia  D'Amato was second and Russian Viktoriia Listunova third. The Belgian girls all ended in the top 20. Margaux was the first Belgian with a nice 9th place.

Cassia Priels, another Belgian junior who's in the running for the European junior championships team, competed in the Gymnix Challenge and finished 36th in a mixed field of juniors and seniors. She performed well and posted her highest score on floor. She received 12.334 for her exercise that included a 2 1/2 twist, a double tuck and a front layout with full twist. On vault she did a layout Yurchenko and she showed a nice Shaposhnikova and a Jaeger on uneven bars. Unfortunately, she fell on beam on her front tuck but she showed a nice combination of two side aerials and a side somersault. She dismounted with a front layout with a full twist. The Gymnix Challenge was won by Canadian Olympian Isabela Onyshko before teammate Victoria Woo and Irina Alexeeva from WOGA.


Event finals took place on Sunday. On Uneven bars, Stacy Bertrandt unfortunately fell on her giant to full tuen but showed great lines, as she performed a Jaeger and a double piked dismount (11.700). Noémie Louon also performed a great Jaeger et a double piked dismount to score (12.100). Stacy placed 7th while Noémie was 5th.. 

On beam, Noémie and Margaux Daveloose impressed with their routines. Noémie mounted the beam with a roundoff backhandspring. She also performed a backhandspring layout step out, a free walkover, a side somersault and a full twist dismount (12.500). Margaux showed great execution on her free walkover to Korbut and a double twist dismount (12.900). With this result, Margaux placed just outside the medal positions to take the 4th place. Noémie ranked 5th. 

Margaux also performed in the floor final. She showed a double pike, a two and a half twist and a front twist to score 12.700. Dhe placed 7th.

Find all the results by clicking here.

jeudi 22 février 2018

The European Championships selection process is known!

The road to Tokyo starts now for Team Belgium, as the selection process for the 2018 European Championships has been published!

Credit: Sports Management
On the WAG side, it's 13 Juniors and 7 Seniors who are in contention to make the 5-spots teams for the European Championships that will be held in Glasgow (2-5 August).

The selection already started last week for the Seniors, with an internal test. The gymnasts pre-selected are :
- Maellyse Brassart (2001 - GymFed/Gym Passion Herseaux)
- Senna Deriks (2000 - GymFed/Gymgroep AS)
- Nina Derwael (2000 - GymFed/TK Sta Paraat-P.H.H. Hasselt vzw)
- Axelle Klinckaert (2000 - GymFed/GymMax)
- Rune Hermans (1999 - GymFed/Gym Haacht)
- Julie Meyers (2000 - GymFed/TK Sta Paraat-P.H.H. Hasselt vzw)
- Dorien Motten (1991 - GymFed/OTV Nazareth)

Rune, Nina and Axelle already got selected to compete at the Doha World Cup next month. Belgium is also expected to compete as a team in Stuttgart in March and in Rotterdam later this year.

In Glasgow, the goal will be to place in the top 8, as well as reaching 3 apparatus finals, a goal that is within reach for this talented team. There will be no all-around competition for the Seniors this year.

The road towards Euros start tomorrow for the Juniors with the first test scheduled in Ghent. Here are the gymnasts in contention:
- Stacy Bertrandt (2004 - GymFed/Turnclub Varsenare)
- Margaux Daveloose (2003 - GymFed/Turnclub Varsenare)
- Kay-Li De Neef (2003 - GymFed/Gymka)
- Fien Enghels (2003 - GymFed/Turnkring Geraardsbergen)
- Cato Fleurackers (2003 - FfG/De Gympies Keerbergen)
-  Noémie Louon (2004 - GymFed/Turnclub Varsenare)
- Cassia Priels (2003 - FfG/Gymnos Charleroi)
- Femke Smaers (2004 - FfG/De Gympies Keerbergen)
- Lisa Vaelen (2004 - FfG/De Gympies Keerbergen)
- Margo Van Linden (2003 - FfG/De Gympies Keerbergen)
- Julie Vandamme (2003 - GymFed/Turnclub Varsenare)
- Fien Vandeberg (2003 - FfG/De Gympies Keerbergen)
- Jade Vansteenkiste (2003 - GymFed/Gym Izegem)

For the Juniors, the goal in Glasgow will be to place in the top 8 as a team, to qualify for 2 event finals and to place two gymnasts among the 24 best all-arounders.

You can find the complete procedure by clicking here.

On the MAG side, 16 Juniors and 10 Seniors will compete to make the European Championships team. Euros will also be held in Glasgow from August 9-12.

The Juniors concerned by this selection process are:
- Mattis Bouchet (2001 - GymFed/Vaste Vuist Lauwe)
- Ward Claeys (2001 - GymFed/Vaste Vuist Lauwe)
- Glen Cuyle (2002 - GymFed/Gym Izegem)
- Nicola Cuyle (2002 - GymFed/Gym Izegem)
- Maan De Beul (2002 - GymFed/GymMax)
- Bram De Ridder (2002 - GymFed/GymFlex)
- Dries De Schepper (2003 - GymFed/GymFlex)
- Wout De Smedt (2002 - FfG/GC Malmedy)
- Liam De Smet (2000 - GymFed/Lenig en Vlug Nijlen)
- Jonas Delvael (2000 - Gym Izegem)
- Victor Martinez (2002 - FfG/GC Malmedy)
- Justin Pesesse (2000 - FfG/La Vaillante Tubize)
- Senne Spyckerelle (2002 - GymFed/Vaste Vuist Lauwe)
- Abel Stoop (2002 - GymFed/GymMax)
- Kévin Thewissen (2002 - FfG/GC Malmedy)
- Bram Vanmullen (2003 - GymFed/Olympia Houthalen)

Their selection process won't begin before May. In Glasgow, the main goal will be a top 8 finish as a team, but also to qualify 2 gymnasts for the all-around final and at least for 1 apparatus final.

The 10 Seniors are:
- Lukas Fickers (1998 - FfG/TSV Rocherath)
- Maxime Gentges (1995 - FfG/GC Malmedy)
- Dennis Goossens (1993 - GymFed/Turnkring Kerels Waasmunster)
- Daan Kenis (1994 - GymFed/Gym Mol)
- Noah Kuavita (1999 - GymFed/Silok Deurne)
- Florian Landuyt (1996 - GymFed/Sportac Deinze)
- Takumi Onoshima (1999 - FfG/Athanor Gym Club)
- Luka Van den Keybus (1997 - GymFed/GymTeam Sint-Niklaas)
- Jimmy Verbaeys (1993 - GymFed/Blauwput Omnisport)
- Jonathan Vrolix (1996 - GymFed/Olympia Houthalen)

Their selection process start in a bit more than two weeks, with a test that will determine which gymnasts will be send to the Stuttgart World Cup. Takumi Onoshima, Noah Kuavita and Dennis Goossens will also compete at the Doha World Cup. At the European Championships, the goal is a top 12 as a team and to qualify for at least one event final. As for the girls, there will be no all-around competition this year for the Seniors.

You can find the complete selection process by clicking here.

In addition to Europeans, the following MAG Juniors will also be in contention for a spot at the Youth Olympic Games to be held in Buenos Aires (Argentina) in October:
- Mattis Bouchet (2001 - GymFed/Vaste Vuist Lauwe)
- Ward Claeys (2001 - GymFed/Vaste Vuist Lauwe)
- Glen Cuyle (2002 - GymFed/Gym Izegem)
- Nicola Cuyle (2002 - GymFed/Gym Izegem)
- Maan De Beul (2002 - GymFed/GymMax)
- Bram De Ridder (2002 - GymFed/GymFlex)
- Wout De Smedt (2002 - FfG/GC Malmedy)
- Victor Martinez (2002 - FfG/GC Malmedy)
- Senne Spyckerelle (2002 - GymFed/Vaste Vuist Lauwe)
- Abel Stoop (2002 - GymFed/GymMax)
- Kévin Thewissen (2002 - FfG/GC Malmedy)

The first two selection process will be the same as for the European Championships. After those two tests, the two best all-arounders will compete against each other in another test in Baku in June. The winner will earn the spot for the YOG.

You can find the selection process by clicking here.

Good luck to all the gymnasts!

jeudi 21 décembre 2017

Laura Waem retires from elite gymnastics

Earlier today, Team Belgium member Laura Waem said goodbye to the sport she loved and moved on to the next chapter of her life. Over the years, Laura has been a rock on the Belgian team, reaching several international finals and making history mutliple times.

Credit: An Vanderstraeten
Laura made her debut on the big stage back in 2012, when she was named to the Belgian Juniors team for the European Championships, held in Belgium. There, she already showed promises, placing 12th in the team qualifications and 30th in the all-around.

Credit: An vanderstraeten
She turned Senior the following year, starting the year at the International Gymnix in Canada, where she placed 4th on balance beam and 6th on uneven bars, as well as 12th in the all-around. After winning a bronze medal at Belgian Championships, she was named to the Worlds team, along with Lisa Verschueren and Gaelle Mys. There, she made history, qualifying for the all-around final with Gaelle. This was the first time two Belgian gymnasts qualified for the AA final at Worlds. In final, she placed 21st.

In 2014, she returned to Canada, where she reached three finals again (all-around, uneven bars and balance beam). After a successful Belgian championship (2nd), she was selected for the European Championships in Sofia, where the Belgian team ranked 7th in the team final. 

Credit: An vanderstraeten
She ended the year 2014 with the World Championships in China, where she contributed to the beautiful 11th place finish of the team and where she reached once again the all-around final ( 24th). A huge asset to the team, she was once again selected to compete to the World Championships in Glasgow in 2015. Laura helped the team finish 11th and securing a ticket for the Test Event in Rio where Belgium would try to qualify a full team for the Olympic Games for the 1st time since 1948.

In 2016, Laura made history once again. She was part of the Belgian team that  was sent to the Test Event, where they qualified for the Olympic Games and qualifying herself for the uneven bars final where she placed 7th. She was then selected to compete at the Olympic Games that summer, where Team Belgium ended in 12th place.

Credit: An vanderstraeten
After taking some time off to heal a foot injury, Laura came back earlier this year and was set to compete last November at her first competition since the Games but unfortunately tore her Achilles in practice. Kown for her bars work, Laura was a complete athlete, looking good on every event, especially on beam and floor, where her artistry was amazing to witness. Olympian, World all-around finalist and European team finalist : Laura achieved it all and is part of Belgian gymnastics history.

With the retirement of Lisa Verschueren two years ago due to a heart condition, and the ones of Julie Croket and Gaelle Mys last year, this is a page of Belgian gymnastics that turns. Laura will be greatly miss within the gymnastics world . She will now focus on her studies and start the new chapter of her life.

Laura, thank you for everything and good luck !

Career highlights:
2016 - Olympic Games (Rio De Janeiro): 12th (team)
2016 - Olympic Test Event (Rio De Janeiro): 3rd (team), 7th (uneven bars)
2016 - International Gymnix (Montreal): 1st (team)
2015 - World Championships (Glasgow) : 11th (team)
2014 - World Championships (Nanning): 11th (team), 24th (all-around)
2014 - Belgian Championships: 2nd (all-around)
2014 - European Championships (Sofia): 7th (team), 7th (all-around)
2014 - International Gymnix Canada (Montreal): 6th (all-around), 7th (uneven bars), 8th (balance beam)
2013 - World Championships (Antwerp): 21st (all-around)
2013 - Belgian Championships: 3rd (all-around)
2013 - Gymfinales (Ghent) : 1st (uneven bars)
2013 - World Challenger Cup (Anadia): 7th (uneven bars)
2013 - International Gymnix Canada (Montreal): 12th (all-around), 6th (uneven bars), 4th (balance beam)
2012 - European Junior Championships (Brussels): 12th (team), 30th (all-around)