Sunday, April 27, 2014

Men's UTRS: The Best Scores of 2014 Updated April 27



The All Around is going to do their handy dandy rankings this year for the women. If they take on the men, I will stop my UTRS (Uncle Tim Ranking System). Again, for those who care, "UTRS" is pronounced "uterus."

As per usual, take these rankings with a grain of salt. (Pro Tip: Never bet your life savings based on my numbers–or my predictions for that matter.) I recognize that judging varies from meet to meet, but sometimes, it is evident that the judges are smoking something. Earlier this year, the American judges at the Houston Invitational were higher than the attendees of Woodstock. So, I decided to drop those scores from the UTRS. Sorry.

But before we begin, here's a fun fact:

At the 2014 Tokyo World Cup, Kohei Uchimura's total D score was a 38.6. That's 0.5 harder than his routines at the 2013 World Championships. 



Men's All-Around Rankings: Best Scores





NameCountryScoreMeet
1. Kohei UchimuraJapan92.898Tokyo World Cup
2. Fabian HambuechenGermany90.231Tokyo World Cup
3. Sam MikulakUSA90.098American Cup
4. David BelyavskiyRussia89.899Russian Nationals
5. Sergio SasakiBrazil89.550Brazilian Friendly
6. Ryohei KatoJapan89.397Tokyo World Cup
7. Max WhitlockGreat Britain89.000British Championships
8. Shogo NonomuraJapan88.965American Cup
9. Daniel PurvisGreat Britain88.899American Cup
10. John OrozcoUSA88.065American Cup
11. Daniel KeatingsGreat Britain88.000Brazilian Friendly
12. Kristian ThomasGreat Britain87.950English Championships
13. Nikita IgnatyevRussia87.933Russian Nationals
14. Frank BainesGreat Britain87.900Brazilian Friendly
15. Sam OldhamGreat Britain86.900British Championships

Best Score of 2013: Oleg Verniaiev, Ukraine, 92.165, Stuttgart


Sunday, April 6, 2014

Men's UTRS: The Best Scores of 2014 Updated April 6


The All Around is going to do their handy dandy rankings this year for the women. If they take on the men, I will stop my UTRS (Uncle Tim Ranking System). Again, for those who care, "UTRS" is pronounced "uterus."

As per usual, take these rankings with a grain of salt. (Pro Tip: Never bet your life savings based on my numbers–or my predictions for that matter.) I recognize that judging varies from meet to meet, but sometimes, it is evident that the judges are smoking something. Earlier this year, the American judges at the Houston Invitational were higher than the attendees of Woodstock. So, I decided to drop those scores from the UTRS. Sorry.

But before we begin, here's a fun fact:

At the 2014 Tokyo World Cup, Kohei Uchimura's total D score was a 38.6. That's 0.5 harder than his routines at the 2013 World Championships. 



Men's All-Around Rankings: Best Scores





NameCountryScoreMeet
1. Kohei UchimuraJapan92.898Tokyo World Cup
2. Fabian HambuechenGermany90.231Tokyo World Cup
3. Sam MikulakUSA90.098American Cup
4. Ryohei KatoJapan89.397Tokyo World Cup
5. Max WhitlockGreat Britain89.000British Championships
6. Shogo NonomuraJapan88.965American Cup
7. Daniel PurvisGreat Britain88.899American Cup
8. John OrozcoUSA88.065American Cup
9. Kristian ThomasGreat Britain87.950English Championships
10. Sergio SasakiBrazil87.797Tokyo World Cup

Best Score of 2013: Oleg Verniaiev, Ukraine, 92.165, Stuttgart