Australian rhythmic gymnast Janine Murray missed the final of the London Olympics individual all-around despite making up some ground in the clubs and ribbon routines.
Murray was in 24th place after her hoop and ball routines on Thursday.
The 22-year-old scored 23.875 points and 25 points in the clubs and ribbon, respectively on the second day of qualifying on Friday.
Those two performances were enough to lift Murray two places up the leaderboard and into 22nd place with a total score of 96.325 points.
The top 10 advanced to the individual all-around final, due to be held on Saturday.
Russia's Evgeniya Kanaeva will enter the final as the top qualifier, having scored a total of 116 points over the four disciplines - hoop, ball, clubs and ribbon.
The 22-year-old is hoping to become the first rhythmic gymnast to win two Olympic titles, having claimed the individual all-around gold in Beijing four years ago.