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Team All-Around, Men

Date16 – 18 September 2000
StatusOlympic
LocationSydney SuperDome, Olympic Park, Sydney, New South Wales
Participants71 from 12 countries

The event was changed slightly. In 1996 teams consisted of seven gymnasts, with six competing on each apparatus, and only the top five scores counting for each routine. In 2000, the format reverted to six gymnasts per team, with five allowed to compete with the top four scores counting on each apparatus. In addition, there was now a qualifying round which advanced six teams to the finals. The qualifying score were then discarded and only the final round scores counted towards the final placements.

China had been the silver medalist at the 1984, 1992, and 1996 Olympics, but had won the 1997 and 1999 World Championships and finally came through with Olympic gold in Sydney. They were trailed by two former Soviet republics, the Ukraine and Russia. Japan had once been the absolute power in this event, winning the gold medal from 1960-76, but had plummeted to 10th in 1996. They improved in 2000, placing fourth, and would continue to improve, returning to gold medal status in 2004.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPoints
1People's Republic of ChinaCHNGold
Yang Wei
Zheng Lihui
Li Xiaopeng
Xing Aowei
Huang Xu
Xiao Junfeng
2UkraineUKRSilver
Oleksandr Beresh
Oleksandr Svitlychnyi
Roman Zozulia
Valeriy Honcharov
Valeriy Pereshkura
Ruslan Mezentsev
3Russian FederationRUSBronze
Aleksey Nemov
Aleksey Bondarenko
Maksim Alyoshin
Yevgeny Podgorny
Nikolay Kryukov
Dmitry Drevin
4JapanJPN
Naoya Tsukahara
Kenichi Fujita
Yoshihiro Saito
Mutsumi Harada
Akihiro Kasamatsu
Norimasa Iwai
5United StatesUSA
Paul Hamm
Blaine Wilson
Stephen McCain
Morgan Hamm
Sean Townsend
John Roethlisberger
6RomaniaROU
Marian Drăgulescu
Ioan Suciu
Rareș Orzața
Florentin Pescaru
Marius Urzică
7 r1/2Republic of KoreaKOR
Jo Seong-Min
Jeong Jin-Su
Lee Ju-Hyeong
Kim Dong-Hwa
Lee Jang-Hyeong
Yeo Hong-Cheol
8 r1/2BelarusBLR
Ivan Ivankou
Aliaksei Sinkevich
Ivan Paulouski
Aliaksandr Shostak
Vitali Rudnitski
Aliaksandr Kruzhilou
9 r1/2FranceFRA
Éric Poujade
Dimitri Karbanenko
Yann Cucherat
Benjamin Varonian
Florent Marée
Éric Casimir
10 r1/2GermanyGER
Dimitrij Nonin
Andreas Wecker
Jan-Peter Nikiferow
Sergej Pfeifer
Marius Tobă
Rene Tschernitschek
11 r1/2SpainESP
Víctor Cano
Omar Cortés
Alejandro Barrenechea
Saúl Cofiño
Andreu Vivó
Gervasio Deferr
12 r1/2BulgariaBUL
Yordan Yovchev
Dimitar Lunchev
Deyan Yordanov
Vasil Vetsev
Khristian Ivanov
Mladen Stefanov

Qualifying (16 September 2000 — 10:30-15:00-19:30)

Six-person teams, five to compete on each apparatus, with best four of five scores counting for each apparatus. Top six teams advanced to the final round.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPoints
1Russian FederationRUS230.133Q
Aleksey NemovQ
Aleksey BondarenkoQ
Maksim AlyoshinQ
Yevgeny PodgornyQ
Nikolay KryukovQ
Dmitry DrevinQ
2People's Republic of ChinaCHN229.996Q
Yang WeiQ
Zheng LihuiQ
Li XiaopengQ
Xing AoweiQ
Huang XuQ
Xiao JunfengQ
3UkraineUKR229.656Q
Oleksandr BereshQ
Oleksandr SvitlychnyiQ
Roman ZozuliaQ
Valeriy HoncharovQ
Valeriy PereshkuraQ
Ruslan MezentsevQ
4United StatesUSA229.208Q
Paul HammQ
Blaine WilsonQ
Stephen McCainQ
Morgan HammQ
Sean TownsendQ
John RoethlisbergerQ
5JapanJPN228.081Q
Naoya TsukaharaQ
Kenichi FujitaQ
Yoshihiro SaitoQ
Mutsumi HaradaQ
Akihiro KasamatsuQ
Norimasa IwaiQ
6RomaniaROU227.680Q
Marian DrăgulescuQ
Ioan SuciuQ
Rareș OrzațaQ
Florentin PescaruQ
Marius UrzicăQ
7Republic of KoreaKOR227.346
Jo Seong-Min
Jeong Jin-Su
Lee Ju-Hyeong
Kim Dong-Hwa
Lee Jang-Hyeong
Yeo Hong-Cheol
8BelarusBLR227.255
Ivan Ivankou
Aliaksei Sinkevich
Ivan Paulouski
Aliaksandr Shostak
Vitali Rudnitski
Aliaksandr Kruzhilou
9FranceFRA225.469
Éric Poujade
Dimitri Karbanenko
Yann Cucherat
Benjamin Varonian
Florent Marée
Éric Casimir
10GermanyGER225.282
Dimitrij Nonin
Andreas Wecker
Jan-Peter Nikiferow
Sergej Pfeifer
Marius Tobă
Rene Tschernitschek
11SpainESP224.894
Víctor Cano
Omar Cortés
Alejandro Barrenechea
Saúl Cofiño
Andreu Vivó
Gervasio Deferr
12BulgariaBUL221.730
Yordan Yovchev
Dimitar Lunchev
Deyan Yordanov
Vasil Vetsev
Khristian Ivanov
Mladen Stefanov

Final (18 September 2000 — 19:00)

Six-person teams, five to compete on each apparatus, with best four of five scores counting for each apparatus.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPoints
1People's Republic of ChinaCHN231.919
Yang Wei
Zheng Lihui
Li Xiaopeng
Xing Aowei
Huang Xu
Xiao Junfeng
2UkraineUKR230.306
Oleksandr Beresh
Oleksandr Svitlychnyi
Roman Zozulia
Valeriy Honcharov
Valeriy Pereshkura
Ruslan Mezentsev
3Russian FederationRUS230.019
Aleksey Nemov
Aleksey Bondarenko
Maksim Alyoshin
Yevgeny Podgorny
Nikolay Kryukov
Dmitry Drevin
4JapanJPN229.857
Naoya Tsukahara
Kenichi Fujita
Yoshihiro Saito
Mutsumi Harada
Akihiro Kasamatsu
Norimasa Iwai
5United StatesUSA228.983
Paul Hamm
Blaine Wilson
Stephen McCain
Morgan Hamm
Sean Townsend
John Roethlisberger
6RomaniaROU227.543
Marian Drăgulescu
Ioan Suciu
Rareș Orzața
Florentin Pescaru
Marius Urzică