Gymnastics New South Wales
2010 Artistic Worlds - Men's qualifications
Prashanth Sellathurai qualifies to pommel horse final, whilst Josh Jefferis and Thomas Pichler are third reserves for the all-around the floor finals respectively.
Team: Australia finished in 18th place.
Individual: Josh Jefferis has qualified as the third reserve to the all-around final.
Apparatus: Prashanth Sellathurai has qualified in 2nd place to the pommel horse final and Thomas Pichler is the third reserve for the floor final.
Josh Jefferis - FX, PH, SR, VT, PB, HB
Sam Offord - FX, PH, SR, VT, PB, HB
Thomas Pichler - FX, SR, VT, PB, HB
Prashanth Sellathurai - PH, SR
Luke Wadsworth - FX, PH, VT, PB, HB
Luke Wiwatowski - FX, PH, SR, VT, PB, HB
Jefferis - 13.966, Offord - 13.833, Pichler, 14.825, Wadsworth - 13.333, Wiwatowski - 13.233
Jefferis - 12.922, Offord - 11.966, Sellathurai - 15.566, Wadsworth - 13.166, Wiwatowski - 13.366
TOTAL = 55.031
Jefferis - 14.800, Offord - 14.800, Pichler - 11.833, Sellathurai - 14.666, Wiwatowski - 12.266
TOTAL = 56.532
Jefferis - 15.733, Offord - 15.433, Pichler - 15.733, Wadsworth - 15.666, Wiwatowski - 15.533
TOTAL = 62.665
Jefferis - 14.800, Offord - 13.900, Pichler - 14.100, Wadsworth - 13.700, Wiwatowski - 14.200
TOTAL = 57.133
Jefferis - 14.00, Offord - 13.900, Pichler - 14.100, Wadsworth - 13.425, Wiwatowski - 14.433
TOTAL = 56.433
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Australia's World Championships History
Australia finished in 19th place at the 2007 world championships in Stuttgart (GER).
The best team placing at a world championships is 14th at the 2006 world championships in Aarhus (DEN).
Australia did not qualify to the all-around final at the 2009 world championships in London (GBR). The highest placed Australian was Sam Offord. Australia's best all-around placing at a world championships is 12th, recorded by Josh Jefferis at the 2006 world championships in Aarhus (DEN).
Prashanth Sellathurai finished in 3rd place (bronze medal) on pommel horse at the 2009 world championships in London (GBR).
Australia's best apparatus placing at a world championships is 1st (gold medal), won by Philippe Rizzo on horizontal bar at the 2006 world championships in Aarhus (DEN).
Here's how it works:
10 sub divisions make up the qualification competition, (or Competition I) which provides an opportunity for teams and individuals to 'qualify' to the team (Competition IV), all-around (Competition II) and apparatus finals (Competition III).
The top 8 teams will take part in the team final, the top 24 individuals in the all-around final (maximum of two per country) and the top 8 individuals on each apparatus will take part in each apparatus final (maximum of two per country).