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2021/2023 FISU University Games Men's Gymnastics Rosters

Updated: Aug 1, 2023

The 2023 World University Games will take place in Chengdu, China Jul 28, 2023 – Aug 8, 2023. This post will be updated as more teams announce their rosters. Teams are listed in the order they announced their teams.


Team

Gymnasts

Date and Link

USA

Landen Blixt, Taylor Christopulos, Joshua Karnes, Fred Richard, and Ian Skirkey

Argentina

Julian Jato

Australia

Lachlan Davis,

Aiden Frick,

Kiplin Smith,

Lachlan Smith, and

Ruben Chitters

Finland

Kristian Danishevski, Anton Jääskeläinen, Tarmo Kanerva, Patrick Palmroth, and Antti Varjolaakso

Japan

Hashimoto Daiki, Kaya Kazuma, Minami Kazuki, Sugimoto Kaiyoto and Shohei Kawakami.

Portugal

José NOGUEIRA and Marcelo MARQUES

Germany

Willi Binder, Carlo Hörr, Alexander Kunz, Mika Säfken, and Moritz Müller

Netherlands

Wout Teillers and Frank Rijken

South Africa

Luke James [has since withdrawn] and Ruan Lange

Spain

Nicolau Mir, Pau Jiménez,

Joshua Williams, and Oriol Rifá

Austria

Manuel Arnold, Vinzenz Hoeck, Martin Miggitsch, Ricardo Rudy and Daniel Zander

Italy

Lorenzo Bonicelli, Lay Giannini, Stefano Patorn, Marco Sarruggerio, and Niccolo Vannucchi

Norway

Fredrik Baas

Switzerland

Samir Serhani,

Tim Randegger,

Dominic Tamsel,

Marco Pfyl. Ian Raubal

Kazakhstan

Milad Karimi, Ilyas Azizov, Nariman Kurbanov, Dmitriy Patanin, and Diyastoyshybekov

China

Zhang Boheng, Zou Jingyuan, Shi Cong, Su Weide, Lan Xingyu

Taiwan

Lee Chih-kai, Lin Guan-Yi, Shiao Yu-Jan, Tseng Wei-Sheng, and Yeh Cheng

Türkiye

Adem Asil, Mehmet Koşak, Yunus Emre Gündogdu, Kerem Sener, Mert Efe Kilicer

Croatia

Jakov Vlahek, Liam Rabić, Marko Jovičić

​Greece

Stavros Gkinis and Alkinoos Graikos

Armenia

Artur Avetisyan and Gagik Khachikyan

Azerbaijan

Nikita Simonov and Ivan Tikhonov

Cyprus

Georgios Angonas, Ilias Georgiou, Michalis Isaias, and Neofytos Kyriankou

Hong Kong

Frankie Lee Man Hin, Ng Ka Ki, and Vincent Wong Chun Hei

Iran

Mahdi Ahmad Kohani, Mohammadreza Khosronezhad, and Mahdi Olfati

Latvia

Ricards Plate

Poland

Sebastian Gawronski

Portugal

Jose Nogueira

Singapore

Zac Liew Jun Yi

Slovakia

Volodymyr Otreshko

South Korea

Kan Yunbae, Kim Jaeho, Lee Junghyo, Ryu Sunghyun, Seo Jungwon

Uzbekistan

Asadbek Azamov, Ravshan Kamiljanov, and Rustambek Nematov


How To Watch the 2023 FISU University Games


The 2021/2023 World University Games will stream all events through their own platform FISU.TV. Live scores will be available here.

Date

Competition Type

Subdivision

EDT

PDT

August 1

Team Finals and Qualifying

1 (USA, PER, AZE, POL, SGP, SVK, ARG, GRE, POR, RSA, LAT, NOR, HKG, ARM)

2: 00 am

11:00 pm (July 31)

August 1

Team Finals and Qualifying

2 (TUR, FIN, ESP, CYP, CRO, UKR)

6:30 am

3:30 am

August 2

Team Finals and Qualifying

3 (AUT, CHN, UZB, KAZ, SUI, IRI)

2:00 am

11:00 pm (August 1)

August 2

Team Finals and Qualifying

4 (JPN, GER, AUS, KOR, TPE, ITA)

6:30 am

3:30 am

August 4

AA Final

2:30 am

11:30 pm (August 3)

August 5

Event Finals

1 am

10:00 pm (August 4)

More information will be posted here as it becomes available.


Article by: Kensley Behel


Special thanks to Sarah for helping compile this list!

2 Comments


anna_scruggs
Jul 31, 2023

Hey Kensley - It looks like there are two sessions of men's qualifying/team final. Is there a start list for who is in which group?

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Guest
Jul 31, 2023
Replying to

Hi Anna! Yes, there is a start list and I've added it to the article! I believe there will be four qualification session, but only two have been posted so far! China and Japan are not listed on either of the first two subdivisions of competition!

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