Brazil's Rebeca Andrade topped the women's individual all-around standings following qualifying ©Getty Images

The qualifiers for the women’s individual and team competitions have been confirmed following the second day of action at the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Liverpool, England.

In the individual all-around, Brazil’s Rebeca Andrade marked herself out as the one to beat topping the standings with 57.332 points.

Andrade, who claimed silver in the all-around at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, scored 15.066 in the vault, 14.666 on the bars, 13.400 on the beam and 14.200 on the floor in an impressive all-round display.

Shilese Jones of the United States placed second with a total of 55.766, including a best score of 14.566 on the bars, with her compatriot Jade Carey qualifying third with 55.132, with her top score of 14.600 on the vault.

In the individual apparatus qualifications, current OIympic floor champion Carey led the scoring in the vault, scoring 14.600 with her first effort and 14.366 with her second on her way to a total of 14.483.

Fellow American Jordan Chiles qualified second with a total of 14.316, with Coline Devillard of France third with 14.299.

In the uneven bars, China’s Rui Luo topped the standings with 14.900.

Belgium’s Nina Derwael was second with 14.700, with Andrade third in 14.666.

Competing on home soil Britain qualified in second place in the team all-around competition ©Getty Images
Competing on home soil Britain qualified in second place in the team all-around competition ©Getty Images

Fellow Chinese gymnast Yushan Ou registered the best score in the balance beam, finishing with a total of 13.900.

Skye Blakely of the United States qualified second with 13.733, with Japan’s Shoko Miyata third in 13.700.

On the floor the top qualifier was Brazil’s Flavia Saraiva with 14.200, the same total as second-placed Andrade.

Saraiva qualified top by virtue of having a higher execution score, 8.400 compared to Andrade’s 8.100.

Britain’s Jessica Gadirova qualified in third place with 14.100, the same as fourth-placed Chiles, with Gadirova placing higher due to her routine having a higher degree of difficulty.

In the team all-around, the United States, who are seeking a record-breaking sixth consecutive women's team crown, topped the standings with 167.263 points, registering scores of 43.266 on the vault, 41.965 on the bars, 40.066 on the beam and 41.966 on the floor.

To the delight of the home crowd at the M&S Bank Arena, hosts Britain qualified in second with a score of 164.595, with Brazil in third on 163.563.

Men’s qualifying across all disciplines is scheduled for tomorrow, before the first final, the women’s team, is due to take place on Tuesday (November 1).