Gymnastics at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Women's artistic individual all-around

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Women's artistic individual all-around
at the Games of the XXX Olympiad
Venue North Greenwich Arena
Date 2 August
Competitors 28 from 21 nations
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Gabby Douglas  United States
2nd, silver medalist(s) Viktoria Komova  Russia
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Aliya Mustafina  Russia
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The women's artistic individual all-around competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London was held at the North Greenwich Arena on 2 August.[1]

Format competition[edit]

The top 24 qualifiers in the qualification phase (limit two per NOC), based on combined score of each apparatus, advanced to the individual all-around final. The finalists performed on each apparatus again. Qualification scores were then ignored, with only final round scores counting.[2]

Schedule[edit]

All times are British Summer Time (UTC+1)

Date Time Round
Thursday, 2 August 2012 16:30 Finals

Qualifications[edit]

Position Gymnast Country Saut de cheval.svg Barres asymétriques.svg Poutre.svg Gymnastique au sol.svg Total
1st Viktoria Komova  Russia 15.633 15.833 15.266 13.900 60.632
2nd Alexandra Raisman  United States 15.800 14.166 15.100 15.325 60.391
3rd Gabby Douglas  United States 15.900 15.333 15.266 13.766 60.265
5th Aliya Mustafina  Russia 15.133 15.700 14.700 14.433 59.966
6th Deng Linlin  China 14.833 14.166 15.166 13.833 57.998
7th Vanessa Ferrari  Italy 14.366 14.233 14.433 14.900 57.932
8th Asuka Teramoto  Japan 14.600 14.566 14.466 14.233 57.865
9th Larisa Iordache  Romania 15.100 14.100 14.800 13.800 57.800
10th Huang Qiushuang  China 15.000 15.266 13.866 13.575 57.707
11th Sandra Izbașa  Romania 15.500 12.366 14.600 15.066 57.532
13th Jessica Lopez  Venezuela 14.566 14.266 13.933 13.900 56.665
14th Elisabeth Seitz  Germany 14.800 15.166 12.700 13.800 56.466
15th Rebecca Tunney  Great Britain 14.400 14.825 13.166 14.000 56.391
16th Ana Sofia Gomez  Guatemala 14.533 13.266 14.333 14.000 56.132
17th Hannah Whelan  Great Britain 14.500 14.200 13.066 13.933 55.699
18th Dominique Pegg  Canada 14.133 13.275 13.566 14.233 55.657
19th Celine van Gerner  Netherlands 13.700 14.866 14.100 12.966 55.632
20th Carlotta Ferlito  Italy 14.100 13.075 14.425 13.900 55.500
23rd Giulia Steingruber  Switzerland 14.783 13.266 13.766 12.900 54.715
24th Emily Little  Australia 14.766 13.433 13.633 12.666 54.498
25th Aurelie Malaussena  France 14.033 13.300 13.700 13.366 54.399
26th Marta Pihan-Kulesza  Poland 13.833 14.033 12.166 14.333 54.365
27th Rie Tanaka  Japan 13.000 14.633 13.400 13.300 54.333
28th Ashleigh Brennan  Australia 13.700 13.266 13.066 14.200 54.232

Only two gymnasts from each country may advance to the All Around Final. Therefore, in some cases, a third gymnast placed high enough to qualify, but did not advance to the final because of the quota. Gymnasts who did not advance to the Final, but had high enough scores to do so were:[3]

Final[edit]

Position Gymnast Saut de cheval.svg Barres asymétriques.svg Poutre.svg Gymnastique au sol.svg Total
1st, gold medalist(s)  Gabby Douglas (USA) 15.966
(1)
15.733
(3)
15.500
(1)
15.033
(4)
62.232
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Viktoria Komova (RUS) 15.466
(3)
15.966
(2)
15.441
(2)
15.100
(3)
61.973
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Aliya Mustafina (RUS) 15.233
(5)
16.100
(1)
13.633
(18)
14.600
(6)
59.566*
4  Alexandra Raisman (USA) 15.900
(2)
14.333
(=9)
14.200
(10)
15.133
(2)
59.566*
5  Sandra Izbașa (ROU) 15.333
(4)
13.900
(=17)
14.400
(=7)
15.200
(1)
58.833
6  Deng Linlin (CHN) 14.900
(9)
14.266
(12)
15.300
(3)
13.933
(=13)
58.399
7  Huang Qiushuang (CHN) 14.916
(8)
15.133
(5)
14.133
(=12)
13.933
(=13)
58.115
8  Vanessa Ferrari (ITA) 14.600
(16)
14.033
(15)
14.500
(6)
14.866
(5)
57.999
9  Larisa Iordache (ROU) 14.933
(7)
14.233
(13)
14.966
(4)
13.833
(16)
57.965
10  Elisabeth Seitz (GER) 14.766
(=13)
15.166
(4)
13.800
(14)
13.633
(18)
57.365
11  Asuka Teramoto (JPN) 14.766
(=13)
14.300
(11)
14.300
(9)
13.966
(12)
57.332
12  Celine van Gerner (NED) 14.133
(20)
14.966
(7)
14.133
(=12)
14.000
(11)
57.226
13  Rebecca Tunney (GBR) 14.866
(=10)
15.000
(6)
13.133
(=20)
13.933
(=13)
56.392
14  Giulia Steingruber (SUI) 15.116
(6)
13.600
(21)
14.166
(11)
13.266
(=21)
56.148
15  Emily Little (AUS) 14.866
(=10)
13.933
(16)
13.666
(17)
13.300
(20)
55.765
16  Rie Tanaka (JPN) 14.166
(=18)
14.500
(8)
13.700
(=15)
13.266
(=21)
55.632
17  Dominique Pegg (CAN) 14.566
(17)
13.800
(19)
13.166
(19)
14.033
(10)
55.565
18  Jessica Lopez (VEN) 14.800
(12)
13.900
(=17)
13.000
(22)
13.800
(17)
55.500
19  Marta Pihan-Kulesza (POL) 13.933
(21)
14.333
(=9)
12.933
(23)
14.266
(7)
55.465
20  Ashleigh Brennan (AUS) 13.233
(23)
13.533
(22)
14.400
(=7)
14.166
(8)
55.332
21  Carlotta Ferlito (ITA) 14.166
(=18)
13.433
(23)
14.766
(5)
12.733
(23)
55.098
22  Ana Sofia Gomez (GUA) 14.633
(15)
13.733
(20)
13.133
(=20)
13.400
(19)
54.899
23  Aurelie Malaussena (FRA) 13.800
(22)
12.800
(24)
12.066
(24)
11.500
(24)
50.166
24  Hannah Whelan (GBR) 0.000
(24)
14.166
(14)
13.700
(=15)
14.133
(9)
41.999

*Aliya Mustafina and Aly Raisman finished with the same total score of 59.566. In the case of a tie, the sum of the three highest apparatus scores is used. These sums were 45.933 for Mustafina and 45.366 for Raisman (both dropping their Beam score), earning Mustafina the bronze medal.[4]

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