Sunday, March 19, 2017

Men's UTRS: The Best Scores of 2017 – Updated March 19th



I've decided to revive the UTRS (Uncle Tim Ranking System), which, for those who care, is pronounced "uterus." For the time being, it's going to be a very tiny UTRS, mostly because there haven't been many meets. But as we see more men, the UTRS will expand.

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.) Judging varies from meet to meet, and as you can see, I've culled these scores from several meets. I've included the competition names so that you can decide how much crack (or meth) the judges smoked before handing out the scores.

More than anything, you should think of these tables like this: New quad, new Code of Points. What the H is a good score nowadays? I don't think anyone knows right now. So, let me show you…

Key:
  • An asterisk (*): Usually denotes a routine for which I have a final score without a D score.
  • Bold text indicates scores that have been added since the last update.
  • Links, when available, are provided for the top 5 routines.

Notes:
  • The official results sheets for Russian Nationals do not include D scores. I love you, Gymternet, but I don't have time to score every routine on YouTube. Wedding planning > Scoring routines. So, there may be a few Russian gymnasts who have big Ds and aren't listed. If you know who they are, leave their names and D scores in the comments section below.
  • As always, if I missed someone, let me know in the comments. Obrigado.


Men's All-Around Rankings: Best Scores





NameCountryScoreMeet
1. Yul MoldauerUSA86.900Winter Cup F
2. Akash ModiUSA86.300Winter Cup Q
3. Oleg Verniaiev
(Олег Верняєв)
UKR85.699American Cup
4. Allan BowerUSA85.050Winter Cup F
5. Artur Dalaloyan
(Артур ДАЛАЛОЯН)
RUS84.431Russian Nationals Q
6. Kazuma Kaya
(萱和磨)
JPN84.398Stuttgart AA
7. Donnell WhittenburgUSA84.200Winter Cup Q
8. Nikita Ignatyev
(Никита ИГНАТЬЕВ)
RUS83.731Russian Nationals AA

Men's Floor Rankings: Best D Scores



NameCountryD Score Meet
1. Shirai Kenzo
(白井健三)
JPN7.2Melbourne EF
2. Dmitrii Lankin
(Дмитрий ЛАНКИН)
RUS6.4Russian Nationals EF
2. Danil BaturinKAZ6.4Baku Q
4. Eddie PenevUSA6.3Winter Cup
4. Steven LegendreUSA 6.3Winter Cup
4. Takahiro Goshima
(五島誉博)
JPN6.3Stuttgart TF
4. Oleg Verniaiev
(Олег Верняєв)
UKR6.3Stuttgart AA
8. Naoto Hayasaka
早坂尚人
JPN6.2Baku
8. Rayderley Miguel ZapataESP6.2Baku Q
10. Kirill Prokopyev
(Кирилл ПРОКОПЬЕВ)
RUS6.1Russian Nationals EF
10. Christopher RemkesAUS6.1Melbourne Q
10. Wataru TanigawaJPN6.1Melbourne EF
10. Pavel BulauskiBLR6.1Baku EF
14. Dominick CunninghamGBR6.0Stuttgart TF
14. Marco RizzoSUI6.0Stuttgart TF

By the way, you can watch all the Stuttgart routines on the BG Score app.

Men's Floor Rankings: Best Scores



NameCountryFinal Score Meet
1. Shirai Kenzo
(白井健三)
JPN15.100Melbourne Q
2. Eddie PenevUSA15.050Winter Cup F
3. Yul MoldauerUSA14.850Winter Cup Q
4. Kirill Prokopyev
(Кирилл ПРОКОПЬЕВ)
RUS14.733Russian Nationals AA
5. Akash ModiUSA14.550Winter Cup Q
6. Jile Mu
(穆济勒)
CHN14.466Melbourne EF
7. Dmitrii Lankin
(Дмитрий ЛАНКИН)
RUS14.433Russian Nationals Q
8. Donnell WittenburgUSA14.400Winter Cup Q
9. Nestor AbadESP14.350Stuttgart TQ
9. Ma Yue
(马跃)
CHN14.350Calgary International
11. Nikita Ignatyev
(Никита Игнатьев)
RUS14.300Stuttgart AA
12. Murad AgharzayevAZE14.266Baku Q


Men's Pommel Rankings: Best D Scores



NameCountryD Score Meet
1. Oleg Verniaiev
(Олег Верняєв)
UKR6.5Reykjavík International Games
1. Cyril TommasoneFRA6.5Baku EF
1. Kazuma Kaya
(萱和磨)
JPN6.5Stuttgart AA
1. Hao Weng
(翁浩)
CHN6.5Baku EF
5. Alexander NaddourUSA6.4Winter Cup
5. Frank BainesGBR6.4Stuttgart Team Q
7. Krisztián BerkiHUN6.3Melbourne
8. Filip UdeCRO6.2Baku Q
8. James HallGBR6.2Stuttgart Team Q
10. Allan BowerUSA6.1Winter Cup F
10. Alec YoderUSA6.1Winter Cup Q
10. Bart DeurlooNED6.1American Cup
10. Evan CruzCAN6.1Elite Canada EF
10. Jackson PayneCAN6.1Calgary International
10. Zoltan KallaiHUN6.1Baku EF
10. Ivan RittschikGER6.1Stuttgart TF




Men's Pommel Rankings: Best Scores



NameCountryFinal Score Meet
1. Oleg Verniaiev
(Олег Верняєв)
UKR15.550Reykjavík International Games
2. Hao Weng
(翁浩)
CHN15.400Baku EF
3. Alexander NaddourUSA15.300Winter Cup F
4. Krisztián BerkiHUN15.266Baku EF
5. Filip UdeCRO15.200Baku EF
6. Cyril TommasoneFRA15.133Baku EF
7. Allan BowerUSA14.900Winter Cup F
7. Alec YoderUSA14.900Winter Cup Q
9. Brandon NgaiUSA14.850Winter Cup Q
10. Donothan BaileyUSA14.750Winter Cup F
11. Wei SunCHN14.733Stuttgart AA


Men's Rings Rankings: Best D Scores



NameCountryD Score Meet
1. Courtney TullochGBR6.4Stuttgart TF
2. Eleftherios Petrounias
Ελευθέριος ΠΕΤΡΟΥΝΙΑΣ
GRE6.3Greek Championships
3. Guanhua WuCHN6.2Melbourne
3. Jingyuan Zou
(邹敬园)
CHN6.2Melbourne
3. Alexander NaddourUSA6.2Winter Cup F
3. Ibrahim ColakTUR6.2Melbourne EF
3. Shogo Nonomura
(野々村笙吾)
JPN6.2Baku EF
3. Marco LodadioITA6.2Stuttgart Team Q
9. Donnell WhittenburgUSA6.1Winter Cup
9. Oleg Verniaiev
(Олег Верняєв)
UKR6.1American Cup
9. Koji Yamamuro
(山室 光史)
JPN6.1Melbourne EF
9. Kiu Chung Ng
(吳翹充)
HKG6.1Melbourne EF
9. Kazuyuki Takeda
(武田一志)
JPN6.1Baku Q
9. Yevgen YudenkovUKR6.1Baku Q
9. Kazuya TakahashiJPN6.1Stuttgart Team Q
9. Nikita Ignatyev
(Никита Игнатьев)
RUS6.1Stuttgart AA


Men's Rings Rankings: Best Scores



NameCountryFinal Score Meet
1. Eleftherios Petrounias
Ελευθέριος ΠΕΤΡΟΥΝΙΑΣ
GRE15.700Greek Championships
2. Oleg Verniaiev
(Олег Верняєв)
UKR15.550Reykjavík International Games
3. Yul MoldauerUSA15.100Winter Cup Q
4. Konstantinos Konstantinidis
Κων/νος ΚΩΝΣΤΑΝΤΙΝΙΔΗΣ
GRE14.900Greek Championships
5. Guanhua WuCHN14.866Melbourne EF
5. Jingyuan Zou
(邹敬园)
CHN14.866Melbourne EF
7. Alexander NaddourUSA14.850Winter Cup F
8. Kazuyuki Takeda
(武田一志)
JPN14.833Baku Q
9. Donnell WhittenburgUSA14.800Winter Cup F
10. Courtney TullochGBR14.766Stuttgart TF


Men's Vault Rankings: Best D Score Averages



NameCountryD1D2D Avg. Meet
1. Christopher RemkesAUS5.65.65.6Melbourne
1. Wataru Tanigawa
(谷川航)
JPN5.65.65.6Melbourne
1. Pavel BulauskiBLR5.65.65.6Baku
1. Andrey MedvedevISR5.65.65.6Baku
5. Kenzo Shirai
(白井健三)
JPN5.65.45.5Melbourne Q
6. Dmitry Lankin
(Дмитрий ЛАНКИН)
RUS5.65.25.4Russian Nationals EF
6. Artur Dalaloyan
ДАЛАЛОЯН Артур
RUS5.25.65.4Russian Nationals EF
6. Viktor Britan
(БРИТАН Виктор)
RUS5.65.25.4Russian Nationals EF
6. Zachary HrimecheFRA5.25.65.4Baku Q
6. Ilya YakauleuBLR5.65.25.4Baku Q
6. Ali Saadi Mohsin Al-TameemiIRQ5.65.25.4Baku Q

Men's Vault Rankings: Best Avg. Scores


NameCountryFinal Score Meet
1. Kenzo Shirai
(白井健三)
JPN14.916Melbourne EF
2. Christopher RemkesAUS14.883Melbourne EF
3. Pavel BulauskiBLR14.666Baku EF
4. Zachari HrimecheFRA14.616Baku EF
5. Wataru TanigawaJPN14.566Melbourne EF
6. Andrey MedvedevISR14.533Baku EF
6. Dmitrii Lankin*
(Дмитрий ЛАНКИН)
RUS14.533Russian Nationals Q
8. Artur Dalaloyan*
(ДАЛАЛОЯН Артур)
RUS14.416Russian Nationals Q
9. Ahmet OnderTUR14.299Melbourne Q
10. Tomi TuuhaFIN14.233Baku Q


Men's P-Bar Rankings: Best D Scores


NameCountryD Score Meet
1. Oleg Verniaiev
(Олег Верняєв)
UKR6.7American Cup
2. Jingyuan Zou
(邹敬园)
CHN6.6Melbourne
3. Donnell WhittenburgUSA6.5Winter Cup
3. Dmitrii Lankin
(Дмитрий ЛАНКИН)
RUS6.5Stuttgart Team
5. Nikita Nagornyy
Никита Нагорный
RUS6.4Russian Nationals EF
5. Vladislav Polyashov
(Владислав ПОЛЯШОВ)
RUS6.4Russian Nationals EF
5. Liu Rongbing
(刘榕冰)
CHN6.4Baku EF
5. Youxiao He
(何幽潇)
CHN6.4Baku EF
9. Ferhat AricanTUR6.3Melbourne Q
9. Shogo Nonomura
(野々村笙吾)
JPN6.3Baku EF
9. Kazuyuki Takeda
(武田一志)
JPN6.3Baku EF
9. James HallGBR6.3Stuttgart AA
9. Kazuma Kaya
(萱和磨)
JPN6.3Stuttgart AA
9. Lukas DauserGER6.3Stuttgart AA


Men's P-Bar Rankings: Best Scores



NameCountryFinal Score Meet
1. Oleg Verniaiev
(Олег Верняєв)
UKR15.600Stuttgart AA
2. Jingyuan Zou
(邹敬园)
CHN15.433Melbourne Q
3. Liu Rongbing
(刘榕冰)
CHN15.133Baku EF
4. Nikita Nagornyy
Никита Нагорный
RUS15.066Russian Nationals EF
5. Dmitrii Lankin
(Дмитрий ЛАНКИН)
RUS15.050Stuttgart Team Q
6. Akash ModiUSA15.033American Cup
7. Yul MoldauerUSA15.000Winter Cup F
7. Vladislav Polyashov
(Владислав ПОЛЯШОВ)
RUS15.000Stuttgart Team Q
8. Lukas DauserGER14.966Stuttgart AA
9. Kenta Chiba
(千葉健太)
JPN14.950Stuttgart Team Q
10. Kazuma Kaya
(萱和磨)
JPN14.900Stuttgart AA
11. Youxiao He
(何幽潇)
CHN14.866Baku EF
12. Philipp HerderGER14.850Stuttgart Team Q
12. Marcel NguyenGER14.850Stuttgart Team Q
14. Ferhat AricanTUR14.833Melbourne Q
15. Oliver HegiSUI14.750Stuttgart Team Q




Men's High Bar Rankings: Best D Scores



NameCountryD Score Meet
1. Yusuke Saito
(齊藤優佑)
JPN6.7Melbourne Q
2. Bart DeurlooNED6.4American Cup
3. Chris BrooksUSA6.2Winter Cup
3. Oliver HegiSUI6.2Stuttgart Team Q
3. Tan SrbicCRO6.2Baku EF
6. Taha SerhaniSUI6.1Stuttgart Team Q
6. Nikita Ignatyev
(Никита Игнатьев)
RUS6.1Stuttgart AA
6. Anton KovacevicCRO6.1Baku EF
9. Akash ModiUSA6.0American Cup
9. Grant BreckenridgeUSA6.0Winter Cup F
9. David VecsernyesHUN6.0Stuttgart Team Q
9. Jackson PayneCAN6.0Calgary International


Men's High Bar Rankings: Best Scores




NameCountryFinal Score Meet
1. Chris BrooksUSA14.950Winter Cup Q
2. Bart DeurlooNED14.750Stuttgart Team Q
3. Nikita Ignatyev
(Никита Игнатьев)
RUS14.466Stuttgart AA
4. Christopher JurschGER14.450Stuttgart Team Q
5. Akash ModiUSA14.400Winter Cup Q
6. Yusuke Saito
(齊藤優佑)
JPN14.366Melbourne Q
6. Taha SerhaniSUI14.366Stuttgart TF
8. Naoto Hayasaka
(早坂尚人)
JPN14.333Baku EF
9. Oliver HegiSUI14.300Stuttgart Team Q
9. Nestor AbadESP14.300Stuttgart Team Q
10. Edgar BouletFRA14.266Baku Q
11. Kenta Chiba
(千葉健太)
JPN14.233Stuttgart TF
12. Grant BreckenridgeUSA14.150Winter Cup F
12. James HallGBR14.150Stuttgart Team Q
14. Anton KovacevicCRO14.000Baku EF
14. Wei SunCHN14.000Stuttgart AA



4 comments:

  1. correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't Lukas Dauser get a 15.066, not a 14.9? I remember seeing a 15 on the livestream, but I'm not sure

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    1. According to the score sheets, Lukas had a 14.966 on p-bars (6.3 D / 8.666 E). http://bgscore.british-gymnastics.org/webapp/splitscreen2.php?event_id=8844

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  2. Since the new code seems to favor execution, might it be interesting to add the top ten in execution to the UTRS?

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    1. When I first created the UTRS in 2013, I had considered creating a list of routines with the best execution. But I quickly found that it's problematic because you might have a routine with a 1.0 in difficulty and a 9.700 in execution. So, I quickly ditched that idea.

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