Per Elizabeth at Rewriting Russian Gymnastics. I’m focusing on the senior gals for now.
Senior National Team :
Ksenia Afanasyeva/Ксения Афанасьева
Anastasia Grishina/Анастасия Гришина
Viktoria Komova/Виктория Комова
Ekaterina Kramarenko/Екатерина Крамаренко
Viktoria Kuzmina/Виктория Кузьмина
Aliya Mustafina/Алия Мустафина
Maria Paseka/Мария Пасека
Anna Rodionova/Анна Родионова
Alla Sosnitskaya/Алла Сосницкая
Daria Spiridonova/Дарья Спиридонова
Polina Fyodorova / Полина Федорова
Maria Kharenkova/Мария Харенкова
Evgenia Shelgunova/Евгения Шелгунова
It was noted that Ekaterina Baturina has decided not to compete internationally anymore. A shame; she was lovely, and one of the more promising juniors.
Kramarenko is useful on bars. So is Kuzmina, though she’s wildly inconsistent. I’ve lost what little hope I had for Rodionova.
It’s worrying really.
They’re still relying heavily on the Olympic Team, all of whom aside from Mustafina (who needs a rest) are returning from injury/surgery/illness.
Kharenkova is without a doubt the most talented of the new seniors, but even still. She’s a 2-eventer (bb/fx) as it stands.
Komova has really grown, and has put on a considerable amount of weight. It looks good on her; she’s a pixie no more.
Some video (of Komova training) from Round Lake here.