Gymnastics at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Women's artistic team all-around

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Women's artistic team all-around
at the Games of the XXVII Olympiad
Medalists
Gold medal    Romania
Silver medal    Russia
Bronze medal    United States
«1996 2004»
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

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.

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

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.

Final[edit]

Rank Team Vault Uneven
Bars
Balance
Beam
Floor
Exercise
Total
Gold medal icon.svg  Romania (ROU) 38.461 (2) 38.237 (5) 38.986 (1) 38.924 (2) 154.608
Andreea Răducan 9.712 9.550 9.837 9.762 38.861
Maria Olaru 9.581 9.525 9.787 9.687 38.580
Simona Amânar 9.593 9.437 9.762 9.775 38.567
Loredana Boboc 9.400 9.475 9.600 9.700 38.175
Andreea Isărescu 9.575 9.687 9.600 28.862
Claudia Presacan 9.450 9.450
Silver medal icon.svg  Russia (RUS) 38.605 (1) 38.862 (2) 37.899 (3) 39.037 (1) 154.403
Elena Produnova 9.212 9.800 9.775 9.725 38.512
Svetlana Khorkina 9.762 9.000 9.712 9.787 38.261
Yekaterina Lobaznyuk 9.625 9.700 9.175 9.787 38.250
Elena Zamolodchikova 9.756 9.712 8.862 9.775 38.105
Anastasiya Kolesnikova 9.650 9.237 18.887
Anna Chepeleva 9.462 9.300 18.762
Bronze medal icon.svg  United States (USA) 37.685 (4) 38.875 (1) 37.699 (5) 38.674 (3) 152.933
Amy Chow 9.350 9.750 9.112 9.625 37.837
Elise Ray 9.418 9.725 9.337 9.337 37.817
Jamie Dantzscher 9.424 9.700 9.712 28.836
Kristin Maloney 9.493 9.537 9.737 28.767
Tasha Schwikert 9.675 9.350 9.600 28.625
Dominique Dawes 9.243 9.700 9.475 28.418
4  Spain (ESP) 37.730 (3) 38.523 (4) 37.861 (4) 37.999 (4) 152.113
Esther Moya 9.643 9.637 9.625 9.662 38.567
Sara Moro 9.350 9.562 9.487 9.387 37.786
Laura Martinez 9.406 9.637 9.562 8.950 37.555
Susana Garcia 9.687 9.187 9.425 28.299
Marta Cusido 9.175 9.437 8.625 27.237
Paloma Moro 9.331 9.525 18.856
5  Ukraine (UKR) 37.185 (5) 38.674 (3) 38.625 (2) 37.362 (5) 151.846
Viktoria Karpenko 9.343 9.737 9.750 9.550 38.380
Tetyana Yarosh 9.324 9.450 9.550 9.600 37.924
Olga Roshchupkina 9.212 9.687 9.675 8.812 37.386
Halyna Tyryk 9.068 9.600 9.462 8.962 37.092
Olha Teslenko 9.650 9.250 28.550
Alona Kvasha 9.306 9.306
DQ  China (CHN) 38.073 (-) 38.962 (-) 39.099 (-) 37.874 (-) 154.008
Yang Yun 9.662 9.775 9.737 9.662 38.836
Ling Jie 9.393 9.775 9.800 9.425 38.393
Dong Fangxiao* 9.575* 9.625* 9.800* 9.375* 38.375*
Liu Xuan 9.443 9.662 9.762 9.262 38.129
Huang Mandan 9.750 9.412 19.162
Kui Yuanyuan 0.000

* Results cancelled by FIG in 2010.

Subsequent review[edit]

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.[1] The IOC agreed and reallocated the medals on April 28, 2010.[2]

On August 11, 2010, the reallocated medals were awarded to the United States team at a formal awards ceremony during the United States National Championships at the XL Center.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Investigation shows gymnasts underage". ESPN.com. February 26, 2010. Retrieved February 27, 2010. 
  2. ^ "IOC strips 2000 Games bronze medal from China". The New York Times. Associated Press. April 28, 2010. Retrieved April 28, 2010. [dead link]
  3. ^ [1]

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