The world’s top female gymnast is the subject of an annual ranking, which looks at a gymnast’s overall achievements over the past 12 months.
The results are compiled from a list of over 700 gymnasts worldwide, including the likes of Gabby Douglas and the Rio 2016 Olympic gymnast Emma Thompson.
These women are judged on their individual performances and their level of performance, and their individual achievements across a range of disciplines.
The ranking is compiled by a panel of experts and academics, with the top 100 female gymnastics stars representing more than 150 countries.
Among the stars, the top five gymnasts in each country will be named at the end of May.
The top five in each of the three categories are given the honor of the “Worlds Best Female” award.
In each category, a gymnastics performer is considered to be the best in her or her country, with a top five performer being considered to have achieved the most medals.
In the past, the World Cup has been held in the same city in the form of a two-week event, but this year will be held in Shanghai, China, with all teams competing in a single event.
Gymnastics has been one of the few sports to remain relatively unchanged in the past decade, with most teams taking a more traditional approach to the sport.
Gigas have remained competitive, however, with gymnasts competing at an elite level across all disciplines.
For example, American and European gymnasts were dominant in all disciplines last year, with Canadian, Australian and German gymnasts placing top four in each, followed by the United States, South Korea and Spain.
Female gymnasts also made it to the top 50 in all of the other sports, including figure skating, fencing, fencing masters and javelin throwing.
However, this year, female gymnastic stars failed to make the top ten in the world.