Teja Belak topped the women's vault qualification standings as action began today at her home International Gymnastics Federation World Challenge Cup in Koper in Slovenia.
The 25-year-old registered a score of 14.200 points at Arena Bonifika.
The Dominican Republic's Yamilet Peña Abreu finished second with 13.925 points, while Chile's Franchesca Santi ended third with 13.900.
In women's uneven bars qualification, 2017 European all-around silver medallist Zsófia Kovács of Hungary ranked first with 14.000 points.
Compatriot Zója Székely was the runner-up with 12.900 points and was followed by Austria's Jasmin Mader with 12.500.
Men's floor exercise qualification saw Kazakhstan's Milad Karimi finish first on 14.650 points with Chile's Tomás González second on 14.200 and another Kazakhstani Ilyas Azizov third on 14.000.
Ireland's Rhys McClenaghan was the leading performer in men's pommel horse qualification with 15.050 points, followed by Jordan's Ahmad Abu Al Soud with 14.300 and Great Britain's Jamie Lewis with 14.000.
The one other men’s discipline in which qualification was held today was the rings with Azerbaijan's Nikita Simonov prevailing on 14.600 points.
Second place went to Italy's Salvatore Maresca with 14.400 points and the top three was completed by Egypt's Ali Zahran with 14.350.
Action is due to continue tomorrow.