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Gymnastics at the 1988 Summer Olympics

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Gymnastics
at the Games of the XXIV Olympiad
Venue Olympic Gymnastics Arena
Dates 18 – 30 September 1988
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At the 1988 Summer Olympics, two different gymnastics disciplines were contested: artistic gymnastics and rhythmic gymnastics. The artistic gymnastics events were held at the Olympic Gymnastics Hall in Seoul from September 18 through 25th. The rhythmic gymnastics events were held at the same venue from September 28 through 30th.

For the first time in Olympic competition, each routine in women's artistic gymnastics events was judged by six judges, with the final score composed of the average of the judges' scores, after the highest and lowest marks were dropped. Men's routines continued to be judged by four judges, as at previous Olympics.

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Artistic gymnastics

Format of competition

The gymnastics competition at the 1988 Summer Olympics was carried out in three stages:

  • Competition I - The team competition/qualification round in which all gymnasts, including those who were not part of a team, performed both compulsory and optional exercises. The top five scores per team on each exercise determined the final score of the team. The thirty-six highest scoring gymnasts in the all-around qualified to the individual all-around competition. The eight highest scoring gymnasts on each apparatus qualified to the final for that apparatus.
  • Competition II - The individual all-around competition, in which those who qualified from Competition I performed exercises on each apparatus. The final score of each gymnast was composed of half the points earned by that gymnast during Competition I and all of the points earned by him or her in Competition II.
  • Competition III - The apparatus finals, in which those who qualified during Competition I performed an exercise on the individual apparatus on which he or she had qualified. The final score of each gymnast was composed of half the points earned by that gymnast on that particular apparatus during Competition I and all of the points earned by him or her on that particular apparatus in Competition III.

Each country was limited to three gymnasts in the all-around final and two gymnasts in each apparatus final.

Men's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team all-around
details
 Soviet Union (URS)
Vladimir Artemov
Dmitri Bilozertchev
Vladimir Gogoladze
Sergei Kharkov
Valeri Liukin
Vladimir Novikov
 East Germany (GDR)
Holger Behrendt
Ralf Büchner
Ulf Hoffmann
Sylvio Kroll
Sven Tippelt
Andreas Wecker
 Japan (JPN)
Yukio Iketani
Hiroyuki Konishi
Koichi Mizushima
Daisuke Nishikawa
Toshiharu Sato
Takahiro Yameda
Individual all-around
details
Vladimir Artemov
 Soviet Union
Valeri Liukin
 Soviet Union
Dmitry Bilozerchev
 Soviet Union
Floor exercise
details
Sergei Kharkov
 Soviet Union
Vladimir Artemov
 Soviet Union
Lou Yun
 China
Yukio Iketani
 Japan
Pommel horse
details
Lyubomir Gueraskov
 Bulgaria
none awarded none awarded
Zsolt Borkai
 Hungary
Dmitri Bilozertchev
 Soviet Union
Rings
details
Holger Behrendt
 East Germany
none awarded Sven Tippelt
 East Germany
Dimitri Bilozertchev
 Soviet Union
Vault
details
Lou Yun
 China
Sylvio Kroll
 East Germany
Park Jong-Hoon
 South Korea
Parallel bars
details
Vladimir Artemov
 Soviet Union
Valeri Liukin
 Soviet Union
Sven Tippelt
 East Germany
Horizontal bar
details
Vladimir Artemov
 Soviet Union
none awarded Holger Behrendt
 East Germany
Valeri Liukin
 Soviet Union
Marius Gherman
 Romania

Women's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team all-around
details
 Soviet Union (URS)
Svetlana Baitova
Svetlana Boginskaya
Natalia Laschenova
Elena Shevchenko
Elena Shushunova
Olga Strazheva
 Romania (ROU)
Aurelia Dobre
Eugenia Golea
Celestina Popa
Gabriela Potorac
Daniela Silivaş
Camelia Voinea
 East Germany (GDR)
Gabriele Faehnrich
Martina Jentsch
Dagmar Kersten
Ulrike Klotz
Betti Schieferdecker
Dörte Thümmler
Individual all-around
details
Elena Shushunova
 Soviet Union
Daniela Silivaş
 Romania
Svetlana Boginskaya
 Soviet Union
Balance beam
details
Daniela Silivaş
 Romania
Elena Shushunova
 Soviet Union
Gabriela Potorac
 Romania
Phoebe Mills
 United States
Floor exercise
details
Daniela Silivaş
 Romania
Svetlana Boginskaya
 Soviet Union
Diana Doudeva
 Bulgaria
Uneven bars
details
Daniela Silivaş
 Romania
Dagmar Kersten
 East Germany
Elena Shushunova
 Soviet Union
Vault
details
Svetlana Boginskaya
 Soviet Union
Gabriela Potorac
 Romania
Daniela Silivaş
 Romania

Rhythmic gymnastics

Rules for the rhythmic gymnastics competition also changed since the previous Olympics. The ball apparatus was replaced by the rope. Thirty-nine gymnasts competed in the preliminary round, the format for which was similar to the finals. The twenty best gymnasts competed in the finals. Each competitor's score in the preliminary round, divided by two (the "prelim" score) was added to gymnast's score in the finals (the "final" score).

Each of the routines was judged by six judges, highest and lowest marks were dropped, and an average of the four remaining ones was the gymnast's score for the routine.

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual all-around
details
Marina Lobatch
 Soviet Union
Adriana Dunavska
 Bulgaria
Alexandra Timoshenko
 Soviet Union

Medal summary

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 12 5 4 21
2  Romania 3 3 2 8
3  East Germany 1 3 4 8
4  Bulgaria 1 1 1 3
5  China 1 0 1 2
6  Hungary 1 0 0 1
7  Japan 0 0 2 2
8  South Korea 0 0 1 1
 United States 0 0 1 1
Total 19 12 16 49

References

This page was last edited on 16 February 2018, at 15:17.
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