Gymnastics at the 1984 Summer Olympics – Men's artistic team all-around

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Gymnastics at the
1984 Summer Olympics
Artistic
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
Individual all-around women

These are the results of the men's team all-around competition, one of eight events for male competitors in artistic gymnastics at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. The compulsory and optional rounds took place on July 29 and 31 at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion.

Medalists[edit]

Gold  Bart Conner, Timothy Daggett, Mitchell Gaylord,
James Hartung, Scott Johnson, and Peter Vidmar
United States (USA)
Silver  Li Ning, Li Xiaoping, Li Yuejiu, Lou Yun,
Tong Fei, and Xu Zhiqiang
China (CHN)
Bronze  Koji Gushiken, Noritoshi Hirata, Nobuyuki Kajitani,
Shinji Morisue, Koji Sotomura, and Kyoji Yamawaki
Japan (JPN)

Results[edit]

The final score for each team was determined by combining all of the scores earned by the team on each apparatus during the compulsory and optional rounds. If all six gymnasts on a team performed a routine on a single apparatus during compulsories or optionals, only the five highest scores on that apparatus counted toward the team total.

Rank Team Mens Total
Gold medal icon.svg  United States (USA) Bart Conner, Peter Vidmar, Scott Johnson, Mitchell Gaylord, James Hartung, Timothy Daggett 591.400
Silver medal icon.svg  China (CHN) Lou Yun, Li Yuejiu, Xu Zhiqiang, Tong Fei, Li Ning, Li Xiaoping 590.800
Bronze medal icon.svg  Japan (JPN) Shinji Morisue, Noritoshi Hirata, Koji Sotomura, Nobuyuki Kajitani, Kyoji Yamawaki, Koji Gushiken 586.700
4  West Germany (FRG) Daniel Winkler, Bemhard Simmelbauer, Andreas Japtok, Benno Gross, Jurgen Geiger, Volker Rohrwick 582.100
5  Switzerland (SUI) Urs Meister, Bruno Cavelti, Marco Piatti, Josef Zellweger, Markus Lehmann, Daniel Wunderlin 579.950
6  France (FRA) Michel Boutard, Joel Suty, Philippe Vatuone, Jacques Def, Jean-Luc Cairon, Laurent Barbieri 578.250
7  Canada (CAN) Warren Long, Allen Reddon, Bradley Peters, Frank Nutzenberger, Philippe Chrtrand, Daniel Gaudet 577.150
8  South Korea (KOR) Seoung-Gu Nam, Chung-Sik Han, Jeoung-Sik Lee, Kwang-suk Chae, Tae-Eun Chang, Young-Sam Ju 574.950
9  Great Britain (GBR) Van Hoof Edmund, Beynon Carl, Winch Barry, Langley Keith, Bartlett Terence, Morris Andrew 571.000

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