2000 Aerobic Gymnastics World Championships

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The 6th Aerobic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Riesa, Germany from June 2 to June 4, 2000.

Results[edit]

Women's Individual[edit]

Rank Gymnast Country Point
Gold medal icon.svg Izabela Lăcătuș  Romania 19.05
Silver medal icon.svg Isamara Secati  Brazil 18.90
Bronze medal icon.svg Ludmila Kovatcheva  Bulgaria 18.65
4 Monica Hontoria  Spain 18.50
5 Sanda Arriagada  Chile 18.20
6 Yuriko Ito  Japan 17.75
7 Me-Hee Kang  South Korea 17.75
8 Giovanna Lecis  Italy 17.60
9 Janka Daubner  Germany 17.25

Men's Individual[edit]

Rank Gymnast Country Point
Gold medal icon.svg Jonatan Canada  Spain 19.00
Silver medal icon.svg Kwang-Soo Park  South Korea 18.60
Bronze medal icon.svg Claudiu Moldovan  Romania 18.30
4 Stanislav Marchenkov  Russia 18.30
5 Grégory Alcan  France 18.25
6 Halldör Birgir Johannsson  Iceland 18.25
7 Stuart Fisher  Australia 17.30
8 Norbert Boros  Hungary 17.05
9 Julian Drescher  Germany 15.55

Mixed Pair[edit]

Rank Gymnasts Country Point
Gold medal icon.svg Tatiana Soloviova, Vladislav Oskner  Russia 19.85
Silver medal icon.svg Izabela Lăcătuș, Remus Nicolai  Romania 19.15
Bronze medal icon.svg Young-Han Choi, In-Young Choi  South Korea 18.85
4 Galina Lazarova, Marian Kolev  Bulgaria 18.45
5 Stéphane Brecard, Rachel Muller  France 18.25
6 Sandra Arriagada, Jaime Salgado  Chile 17.90
7 Melisa Hermoso, Israel Carrasco  Spain 17.55
8 Marina Lopez, Arley Marques  Brazil 16.75
9 Anke Beranek, Klaus Haeberle  Germany 14.10

Trio[edit]

Rank Gymnasts Country Point
Gold medal icon.svg Dorel Mois, Claudiu Moldovan, Remus Nicolai  Romania 19.05
Silver medal icon.svg In-Young Choi, Young-Han Choi, Ki-Sung Kim  South Korea 18.366
Bronze medal icon.svg Vasily Cozirev, Victor Sichov, Sergei Ivanov  Russia 18.20
4 Rodrigo Martins, Ibsen Nogueira, Admilson Vitorio  Brazil 18.20
5 Ludmila Kovatcheva, Krassimira Dotzeva, Galina Lazarova  Bulgaria 18.105
6 Jaime Salgado, Jean Paul Olivares, Cristian Olivares  Chile 18.05
7 Olivier Salvan, Grégory Alcan, Xavier Julien  France 17.95
8 Luciano Jantus, Fernando Rolla, Fillon Jorge Alfredo  Argentina 17.55
9 Mandy Skroch, Jana Radtke, Danalia Schroeter  Germany 15.347

Medals table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Romania 2 1 1 4
2  South Korea 0 2 1 3
3  Russia 1 0 1 2
4  Spain 1 0 0 1
4  Brazil 0 1 0 1
4  Bulgaria 0 0 1 1

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