Gymnastics at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's artistic individual all-around

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Men's artistic individual all-around
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
Venue Olympic Indoor Hall
Date August 14-18, 2004
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Paul Hamm  United States
2nd, silver medalist(s) Kim Dae-Eun  South Korea
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Yang Tae Young  South Korea
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These are the results of the men's individual all-around competition, one of eight events for male competitors in the artistic gymnastics discipline contested in the gymnastics at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. The qualification and final rounds took place on August 14 and August 18 at the Olympic Indoor Hall.

Results[edit]

Qualification[edit]

Ninety-seven gymnasts qualified to compete in the individual all-around event in the artistic gymnastics qualification round on August 14, by performing on at least two apparatus. The twenty-four highest scoring gymnasts advanced to the final on August 18.

Final[edit]

The Korean team contested Yang Tae-Young's parallel bars score after judges misidentified one of the elements of his routine. The effect of this misidentification was that the start value was recorded as 9.9 rather than 10. The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) dismissed the Korean Olympic Committee's appeal on the grounds that the appeal, coming after the end of competition, was made too late, and insufficient evidence of corruption or bad faith on the part of the judges was presented to overturn a strong preference for a "field of play" judgment rather than one made after the fact.[1][2]

Rank Gymnast Country Floor
Exercise
Pommel
Horse
Rings Vault Parallel
Bars
Horizontal
Bar
Total
Gold medal icon.svg Paul Hamm  United States 9.725 9.700 9.587 9.137 9.837 9.837 57.823
Silver medal icon.svg Kim Dae-Eun  South Korea 9.650 9.537 9.712 9.412 9.775 9.725 57.811
Bronze medal icon.svg Yang Tae Young  South Korea 9.512 9.650 9.725 9.700 9.712 9.475 57.774
4 Ioan Silviu Suciu  Romania 9.650 9.737 9.550 9.737 9.312 9.662 57.648
5 Rafael Martínez  Spain 9.500 9.687 9.575 9.612 9.700 9.475 57.549
6 Hiroyuki Tomita  Japan 9.062 9.737 9.762 9.625 9.637 9.662 57.485
7 Yang Wei  China 9.600 9.725 9.737 9.512 9.800 8.987 57.361
8 Marian Drăgulescu  Romania 9.612 9.525 9.562 9.850 9.437 9.337 57.323
9 Brett McClure  United States 9.412 9.712 9.162 9.625 9.725 9.612 57.248
10 Roman Zozulya  Ukraine 9.525 9.412 9.575 9.500 9.762 9.225 56.999
11 Isao Yoneda  Japan 9.650 9.575 9.337 9.700 9.612 9.025 56.899
12 Georgi Grebenkov  Russia 9.587 9.125 9.662 9.437 9.650 9.362 56.823
13 Alexei Bondarenko  Russia 9.600 9.150 9.600 9.400 9.450 9.600 56.800
14 Yernar Yerimbetov  Kazakhstan 9.312 8.962 9.537 9.625 9.225 9.737 56.398
15 Luis Vargas  Puerto Rico 8.337 9.612 9.500 9.462 9.562 9.662 56.135
16 Ruslan Myezyentsev  Ukraine 9.512 8.975 9.387 9.437 9.637 9.112 56.060
17 Benoît Caranobe  France 9.112 9.400 9.575 9.187 9.087 9.612 55.973
18 Igors Vihrovs  Latvia 9.687 8.862 9.187 9.700 9.000 9.437 55.873
19 Pavel Gofman  Israel 9.100 9.262 9.425 9.112 9.725 9.062 55.686
20 Eric Lopez Rios  Cuba 9.137 8.600 9.500 9.700 9.675 8.837 55.449
21 Sergei Pfeifer  Germany 9.312 9.025 9.587 9.087 9.162 9.212 55.385
22 Ilia Giorgadze  Georgia 8.737 9.587 9.487 9.337 9.662 8.462 55.272
23 Fabian Hambüchen  Germany 9.475 8.287 8.512 9.412 9.387 9.750 54.823
24 Andreas Schweizer  Switzerland 8.450 9.062 9.675 9.225 9.450 8.750 54.612

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