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Gymnastics at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Men's artistic team all-around

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Men's artistic team all-around
at the Games of the XXXII Olympiad
VenueAriake Gymnastics Centre
Date26 July 2021
Competitors32 from 8 nations
Winning total262.500 points
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Denis Ablyazin
David Belyavskiy
Artur Dalaloyan
Nikita Nagornyy
 ROC
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Daiki Hashimoto
Kazuma Kaya
Takeru Kitazono
Wataru Tanigawa
 Japan
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Lin Chaopan
Sun Wei
Xiao Ruoteng
Zou Jingyuan
 China
← 2016
2024 →

The men's artistic team all-around event at the 2020 Summer Olympics was held on 26 July 2021 at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre.[1]

After qualifications, where Japan, China, and the ROC were separated by only three tenths of a point, ROC narrowly won the competition by a tenth of a point over host nation Japan in silver medal position. It is ROC's first title since the 1996 Summer Olympics, when they competed as Russia. China repeated their bronze medal finish from the 2016 Summer Olympics.

After the ROC women won the team all-around title the following day, ROC became the first nation to win both the men's and women's team all-around titles at the same Olympics since China did so at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

Qualified teams

To reach the Olympics, a National Olympic Committee had to earn one of 12 team quota places. These were allocated through the 2018 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships (top three teams) and the 2019 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships (top nine teams, excluding those qualified in 2018).[2] Those 12 teams competed in the qualification round in Tokyo on 24 July, with the top eight advancing to the final.[3]

The following teams qualified for the Olympics by achieving a top three placement at the 2018 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships:

The following teams qualified for the event by achieving a top nine placement among non-qualified teams at the 2019 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships:

Schedule

Date Time Round Subdivision
24 July 10:00 Qualification Subdivision 1
14:30 Subdivision 2
19:30 Subdivision 3
26 July 19:00 Final
All times are local time (UTC+09:00).

Qualifications

The top eight teams in qualifications, based on combined scores of each apparatus, advanced to the final. In the final, each team selected three gymnasts to compete on each apparatus. All scores on each apparatus were summed to give a final team score. The scores in qualification did not carry over to the final.[3]

Rank Team Gymnastique au sol.svg Cheval d'arçon.svg Gymnastique aux anneaux.svg Saut de cheval.svg Barres parallèles.svg Barre fixe.svg Total
1  Japan 43.832 43.515 42.532 43.232 45.641 43.499 262.251
2  China 43.165 43.733 41.866 44.132 46.699 42.466 262.061
3  ROC 43.066 42.899 43.633 44.258 45.524 42.565 261.945
4  United States 44.065 41.866 42.099 42.799 44.766 41.166 256.761
5  Great Britain 42.598 43.666 41.499 42.766 44.666 41.399 256.594
6  Germany 40.432 41.499 40.866 42.133 44.666 40.333 249.929
7  Switzerland 42.232 40.099 40.765 42.065 44.966 39.066 249.193
8  Ukraine 40.332 39.498 41.198 42.532 44.299 39.633 247.492

Final

Oldest and youngest competitors
Name Country Date of birth Age
Youngest Illia Kovtun  Ukraine 10 August 2003 17 years, 11 months and 16 days
Oldest Andreas Toba  Germany 7 October 1990 30 years, 9 months and 19 days
Rank Team Gymnastique au sol.svg Cheval d'arçon.svg Gymnastique aux anneaux.svg Saut de cheval.svg Barres parallèles.svg Barre fixe.svg Total
1st place, gold medalist(s)  ROC 42.632 (2) 43.140 (4) 44.399 (1) 44.765 (1) 45.099 (2) 42.465 (4) 262.500
 Denis Ablyazin (ROC) 13.900 15.033 14.866
 David Belyavskiy (ROC) 14.841 15.333 14.166
 Artur Dalaloyan (ROC) 14.066 13.833 14.666 14.933 14.600 13.933
 Nikita Nagornyy (ROC) 14.666 14.466 14.700 14.966 15.166 14.366
2nd place, silver medalist(s)  Japan 43.700 (1) 43.566 (3) 42.433 (3) 44.232 (3) 44.666 (3) 43.800 (1) 262.397
 Daiki Hashimoto (JPN) 14.600 14.800 13.833 14.833 15.100
 Kazuma Kaya (JPN) 14.566 14.100 15.000 14.200
 Takeru Kitazono (JPN) 14.600 14.200 14.166 15.000 14.500
 Wataru Tanigawa (JPN) 14.500 14.500 15.233 14.666
3rd place, bronze medalist(s)  China 42.132 (4) 43.966 (1) 43.599 (2) 44.332 (2) 45.199 (1) 42.666 (3) 261.894
 Lin Chaopan (CHN) 13.166 14.733 14.133
 Sun Wei (CHN) 14.366 15.000 14.233 14.866 14.800 14.200
 Xiao Ruoteng (CHN) 14.600 14.166 14.366 14.733 14.933 14.333
 Zou Jingyuan (CHN) 14.800 15.000 15.466
4  Great Britain 42.432 (3) 43.632 (2) 41.833 (5) 43.032 (4) 42.932 (6) 41.899 (5) 255.760
 Joe Fraser (GBR) 13.866 14.666 14.500 14.133 14.666 14.333
 James Hall (GBR) 14.033 14.000 13.600 14.233 13.100 14.200
 Giarnni Regini-Moran (GBR) 14.533 13.733 14.666 15.166
 Max Whitlock (GBR) 14.966 13.366
5  United States 39.965 (7) 42.099 (5) 42.166 (4) 42.899 (5) 44.266 (4) 43.199 (2) 254.594
 Brody Malone (USA) 14.000 14.100 14.233 14.633
 Sam Mikulak (USA) 12.133 13.733 14.466 15.000 14.566
 Yul Moldauer (USA) 14.366 14.366 13.900 14.200 14.566
 Shane Wiskus (USA) 13.466 14.166 14.700 14.000
6  Switzerland 42.066 (5) 41.099 (6) 40.298 (8) 41.999 (7) 44.066 (5) 41.399 (6) 250.927
 Christian Baumann (SUI) 13.166 14.600 13.966
 Pablo Brägger (SUI) 14.233 13.400 13.466 13.833 14.833 13.933
 Benjamin Gischard (SUI) 14.000 13.866 14.000
 Eddy Yusof (SUI) 13.833 13.833 13.666 14.166 14.633 13.500
7  Ukraine 41.232 (6) 39.999 (7) 40.866 (6) 41.499 (8) 42.233 (8) 40.565 (7) 246.394
 Illia Kovtun (UKR) 13.800 14.200 13.233 14.433
 Petro Pakhniuk (UKR) 13.466 12.266 12.533 13.233 15.200 13.466
 Igor Radivilov (UKR) 14.633 14.600
 Yevgen Yudenkov (UKR) 13.966 13.533 13.700 13.666 13.800 12.666
8  Germany 34.832 (8) 39.200 (8) 40.333 (7) 42.366 (6) 42.765 (7) 38.999 (8) 238.495
 Lukas Dauser (GER) 11.500 12.100 13.700 15.466 13.600
 Nils Dunkel (GER) 13.700 13.600 12.733 13.033
 Philipp Herder (GER) 11.866 13.200 14.333 14.566
 Andreas Toba (GER) 11.466 13.400 13.533 14.333 12.366

[4]

References

  1. ^ "Artistic Gymnastics Competition Schedule". Tokyo 2020. Retrieved 2 July 2021.
  2. ^ "Artistic Gymnastics" (PDF). FIG. Retrieved 2 July 2021.
  3. ^ a b "Gymnastics 101: Competition format". NBC. 17 March 2021. Retrieved 2 July 2021.
  4. ^ "Artistic Gymnastics: Men's Team Final – Results" (PDF). International Olympic Committee. Retrieved 26 July 2021.
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