Gymnastics at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Women's artistic team all-around
|Women's artistic team all-around
at the Games of the XXVII Olympiad
|Gymnastics at the
2000 Summer Olympics
These are the results of the women's team all-around competition, one of six events for female competitors in artistic gymnastics at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. The qualification and final rounds took place on September 17 and 19 at the Sydney SuperDome.
The results were amended 10 years after the competition, when the FIG disqualified Chinese competitor Dong Fangxiao. The team bronze medal was subsequently stripped from China and awarded to the USA team.
Twelve national teams composed by six gymnasts competed in the team all-around event in the artistic gymnastics qualification round on September 17. The six highest scoring teams advanced to the final on September 19.
|Romania (ROU)||38.461 (2)||38.237 (5)||38.986 (1)||38.924 (2)||154.608|
|Russia (RUS)||38.605 (1)||38.862 (2)||37.899 (3)||39.037 (1)||154.403|
|United States (USA)||37.685 (4)||38.875 (1)||37.699 (5)||38.674 (3)||152.933|
|4||Spain (ESP)||37.730 (3)||38.523 (4)||37.861 (4)||37.999 (4)||152.113|
|5||Ukraine (UKR)||37.185 (5)||38.674 (3)||38.625 (2)||37.362 (5)||151.846|
|DQ||China (CHN)||38.073 (-)||38.962 (-)||39.099 (-)||37.874 (-)||154.008|
* Results cancelled by FIG in 2010.
Subsequent review 
After questions raised about athletes' ages at the 2008 Olympics, the International Gymnastics Federation also opened an investigation into two athletes from these games. In February 2010, FIG ruled that Dong Fangxiao was only 14 during the Olympics, two years younger than the minimum age requirement for Olympic competition. Her results from the 1999 world championships and Olympics were cancelled, and the FIG recommended that the IOC strip China of the all-around bronze. The IOC agreed and reallocated the medals on April 28, 2010.