Gymnastics at the 2000 Summer Olympics

Gymnastics at the
2000 Summer Olympics
Artistic
Qualification   men   women

Team all-around   men   women
Individual all-around men women
Vault men women
Floor men women
Pommel horse men
Rings men
Parallel bars men
Horizontal bar men
Uneven bars women
Balance beam women
Rhythmic
Group all-around women
Individual all-around women
Trampoline
Individual men women

At the 2000 Summer Olympics, three different gymnastics disciplines were contested: artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline. The artistic gymnastics and trampoline events were held at the Sydney SuperDome on 16–25 September and 22–23 September, respectively. The rhythmic gymnastics events were held at Pavilion 3 of the Sydney Olympic Park on 28 September – 1 October.

Contents

  • Artistic gymnastics 1
    • Format of competition 1.1
    • Men's events 1.2
    • Women's events 1.3
  • Rhythmic gymnastics 2
  • Trampoline 3
  • Medal table 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6

Artistic gymnastics

Format of competition

No compulsory routines were performed in artistic gymnastics at the 2000 Summer Olympics. Instead, all participating gymnasts, including those who were not part of a team, participated in a qualification round. The results of this competition determined which teams and individuals participated in the remaining competitions, which included:

  • The team competition, in which the six highest scoring teams from qualifications competed. Each team of six gymnasts could have up to five gymnasts perform on each apparatus, and only the four highest scores counted toward the team total.
  • The all-around competition, in which the thirty-six highest scoring individuals in the all-around competed. Each country was limited to three gymnasts in the all-around final.
  • The event finals, in which the eight highest scoring individuals on each apparatus competed. Each country was limited to two gymnasts in each apparatus final.

Men's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team all-around
 China (CHN)
Huang Xu
Li Xiaopeng
Xiao Junfeng
Xing Aowei
Yang Wei
Zheng Lihui
 Ukraine (UKR)
Oleksandr Beresh
Valeri Goncharov
Ruslan Mezentsev
Valeri Pereshkura
Oleksandr Svetlichny
Roman Zozulya
 Russia (RUS)
Maxim Aleshin
Alexei Bondarenko
Dmitri Drevin
Nikolai Kryukov
Alexei Nemov
Yevgeni Podgorny
Individual all-around
 Alexei Nemov
Russia (RUS)
 Yang Wei
China (CHN)
 Oleksandr Beresh
Ukraine (UKR)
Floor
 Igors Vihrovs
Latvia (LAT)
 Alexei Nemov
Russia (RUS)
 Yordan Yovchev
Bulgaria (BUL)
Pommel horse
 Marius Urzică
Romania (ROU)
 Eric Poujade
France (FRA)
 Alexei Nemov
Russia (RUS)
Rings
 Szilveszter Csollány
Hungary (HUN)
 Dimosthenis Tampakos
Greece (GRE)
 Yordan Yovchev
Bulgaria (BUL)
Vault
 Gervasio Deferr
Spain (ESP)
 Alexei Bondarenko
Russia (RUS)
 Leszek Blanik
Poland (POL)
Parallel bars
 Li Xiaopeng
China (CHN)
 Lee Joo-Hyung
South Korea (KOR)
 Alexei Nemov
Russia (RUS)
Horizontal bar
 Alexei Nemov
Russia (RUS)
 Benjamin Varonian
France (FRA)
 Lee Joo-Hyung
South Korea (KOR)

Women's events

Andreea Raducan was the original winner of the Women's All-Around competition, but her gold medal was stripped when she tested positive for a banned substance contained in a cold medicine.[1] The Federation Internationale de Gymnastique Executive Board announced on 27 February 2010 following an investigation into the Chinese team for violations of the minimum age for senior gymnastics competitions (must be 16). The FIG noted Dong Fangxiao was entered as 17 years old when she was actually 14. Her 1999 World Championships titles have been stripped. In April 2010, nearly ten years after the results, the IOC officially stripped China of its women's team medal. The now-third place team from the United States was awarded the Bronze at the 2010 national championships, held at the XL Center in Hartford, CT.[2]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team all-around
 Romania (ROU)
Simona Amânar
Loredana Boboc
Andreea Isărescu
Maria Olaru
Claudia Presacan
Andreea Răducan
 Russia (RUS)
Anna Chepeleva
Svetlana Khorkina
Anastasiya Kolesnikova
Yekaterina Lobaznyuk
Elena Produnova
Elena Zamolodchikova
 United States (USA)
Amy Chow
Jamie Dantzscher
Dominique Dawes
Kristen Maloney
Elise Ray
Tasha Schwikert
Individual all-around
 Simona Amanar
Romania (ROU)
 Maria Olaru
Romania (ROU)
 Liu Xuan
China (CHN)
Vault
 Elena Zamolodchikova
Russia (RUS)
 Andreea Răducan
Romania (ROU)
 Yekaterina Lobaznyuk
Russia (RUS)
Uneven bars
 Svetlana Khorkina
Russia (RUS)
 Ling Jie
China (CHN)
 Yang Yun
China (CHN)
Balance beam
 Liu Xuan
China (CHN)
 Yekaterina Lobaznyuk
Russia (RUS)
 Elena Produnova
Russia (RUS)
Floor
 Elena Zamolodchikova
Russia (RUS)
 Svetlana Khorkina
Russia (RUS)
 Simona Amânar
Romania (ROU)

Rhythmic gymnastics

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Group all-around
 Russia (RUS)
Irina Belova
Yelena Chalamova
Natalia Lavrova
Mariya Netesova
Vyera Shimanskaya
Irina Zilber
 Belarus (BLR)
Tatyana Ananko
Tatyana Belan
Anna Glazkova
Irina Ilyenkova
Maria Lazuk
Olga Puzhevich
 Greece (GRE)
Eirini Aindili
Evangelia Christodoulou
Maria Georgatou
Zacharoula Karyami
Charikleia Pantazi
Anna Pollatou
Individual all-around
 Yulia Barsukova
Russia (RUS)
 Yulia Raskina
Belarus (BLR)
 Alina Kabaeva
Russia (RUS)

Trampoline

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's individual
 Alexander Moskalenko
Russia (RUS)
 Ji Wallace
Australia (AUS)
 Mathieu Turgeon
Canada (CAN)
Women's individual
 Irina Karavaeva
Russia (RUS)
 Oxana Tsyhuleva
Ukraine (UKR)
 Karen Cockburn
Canada (CAN)

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Russia (RUS) 9 5 6 20
2  China (CHN) 3 2 2 7
3  Romania (ROU) 3 2 1 6
4  Spain (ESP) 1 0 0 1
 Hungary (HUN) 1 0 0 1
 Latvia (LAT) 1 0 0 1
7  Ukraine (UKR) 0 2 1 3
8  Belarus (BLR) 0 2 0 2
 France (FRA) 0 2 0 2
10  Greece (GRE) 0 1 1 2
 South Korea (KOR) 0 1 1 2
12  Australia (AUS) 0 1 0 1
13  Bulgaria (BUL) 0 0 2 2
 Canada (CAN) 0 0 2 2
15  Poland (POL) 0 0 1 1
 United States (USA) 0 0 1 1
Total 18 18 18 54

See also

References

  1. ^ Roberts, Selena (26 September 2000). "SYDNEY 2000: DRUG TESTING; Gymnast Tests Positive and Loses Gold". The New York Times. Retrieved 25 August 2011. 
  2. ^ IOC strips 2000 Games bronze medal from China 28 April 2010, FIG
  • Official Olympic Report
  • www.gymnasticsresults.com
  • www.gymn-forum.net
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