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Horizontal Bar, Men

Date16 – 25 September 2000
StatusOlympic
LocationSydney SuperDome, Olympic Park, Sydney, New South Wales
Participants79 from 28 countries

The format was the same as it had been from 1984-96, with eight gymnasts advancing from the team all-around, but no more than two per nation. This was not considered Aleksey Nemov’s best event, but his score of 9.787 tied France’s Benjamin Varonian. Gymnastics had instituted a new tie-breaking system by 2000 which gave the gold medal to Nemov, with Varonian settling for silver. The first tie-breaker was the execution scores, with the second tie-breaker the start values. Korea’s Lee Ju-Hyeong was the bronze medalist. Lee was in his third Olympics, winning his first medals in Sydney, with this and a silver medal on parallel bars.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPoints
1Aleksey NemovRUS9.787Gold
2Benjamin VaronianFRA9.787Silver
3Lee Ju-HyeongKOR9.775Bronze
4Aleksey BondarenkoRUS9.762
5Oleksandr BereshUKR9.750
6Ilia GiorgadzeGEO9.625
7Dieter RehmSUI8.925
8Naoya TsukaharaJPN8.825
3 r1/1Maksim AlyoshinRUS
10 r1/1Sergey FedorchenkoKAZ
=11 r1/1Ivan IvankouBLR
=11 r1/1Sean TownsendUSA
=13 r1/1Oleksandr SvitlychnyiUKR
=13 r1/1Yoshihiro SaitoJPN
=13 r1/1Yann CucheratFRA
=13 r1/1Alberto BusnariITA
=13 r1/1Valeriy PereshkuraUKR
=18 r1/1Dimitrij NoninGER
=18 r1/1Khristian IvanovBUL
=18 r1/1Éric CasimirFRA
=21 r1/1Dimitri KarbanenkoFRA
=21 r1/1Andreas WeckerGER
=21 r1/1Stephen McCainUSA
=21 r1/1Sasha JeltkovCAN
=25 r1/1Blaine WilsonUSA
=25 r1/1Igor CassinaITA
=25 r1/1Li XiaopengCHN
28 r1/1Akihiro KasamatsuJPN
=29 r1/1Yordan YovchevBUL
=29 r1/1Nikolay KryukovRUS
=29 r1/1Huang XuCHN
32 r1/1Paul HammUSA
=33 r1/1Yang WeiCHN
=33 r1/1Igors VihrovsLAT
=33 r1/1Mutsumi HaradaJPN
=36 r1/1Kenichi FujitaJPN
=36 r1/1Roman ZozuliaUKR
=36 r1/1Zoltán SupolaHUN
=39 r1/1Rúnar AlexanderssonISL
=39 r1/1Marius UrzicăROU
=41 r1/1Lázaro LamelasCUB
=41 r1/1Aliaksandr ShostakBLR
43 r1/1Ivan PaulouskiBLR
=44 r1/1Xing AoweiCHN
=44 r1/1Lee Jang-HyeongKOR
=46 r1/1Aliaksei SinkevichBLR
=46 r1/1Omar CortésESP
=48 r1/1Víctor CanoESP
=48 r1/1Aliaksandr KruzhilouBLR
50 r1/1Dimitar LunchevBUL
51 r1/1Flemming SolbergNOR
=52 r1/1Zheng LihuiCHN
=52 r1/1Erick LópezCUB
54 r1/1Rene TschernitschekGER
55 r1/1Jan-Peter NikiferowGER
56 r1/1Marian DrăgulescuROU
=57 r1/1Jeong Jin-SuKOR
=57 r1/1Rareș OrzațaROU
59 r1/1Alejandro BarrenecheaESP
60 r1/1Ioan SuciuROU
=61 r1/1Florentin PescaruROU
=61 r1/1Craig HeapGBR
63 r1/1John RoethlisbergerUSA
64 r1/1Yevgeny PodgornyRUS
65 r1/1Diego LizardiPUR
66 r1/1Saúl CofiñoESP
67 r1/1Damian IstriaAUS
68 r1/1Kim Dong-HwaKOR
=69 r1/1Jo Seong-MinKOR
=69 r1/1Valeriy HoncharovUKR
71 r1/1Sergej PfeiferGER
72 r1/1Andreu VivóESP
73 r1/1Vasil VetsevBUL
74 r1/1Deyan YordanovBUL
75 r1/1David PhillipsNZL
76 r1/1Philippe RizzoAUS
77 r1/1Lin Yung-HsiTPE
78 r1/1Pae Gil-SuPRK
79 r1/1Florent MareeFRA

Final (25 September 2000 — 18:12)

Top eight on each apparatus (maximum two per nation) in the individual all-around qualifying advanced to the apparatus finals.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCFP
1Aleksey NemovRUS9.787
2Benjamin VaronianFRA9.787
3Lee Ju-HyeongKOR9.775
4Aleksey BondarenkoRUS9.762
5Oleksandr BereshUKR9.750
6Ilia GiorgadzeGEO9.625
7Dieter RehmSUI8.925
8Naoya TsukaharaJPN8.825

Qualifying (16 September 2000)

Top eight on each apparatus (maximum two per nation) in the individual all-around qualifying advanced to the apparatus finals.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPoints
=1Aleksey NemovRUS9.787Q
=1Oleksandr BereshUKR9.787Q
=1Maksim AlyoshinRUS9.787Q
4Lee Ju-HyeongKOR9.762Q
=5Aleksey BondarenkoRUS9.750
=5Naoya TsukaharaJPN9.750Q
=7Ilia GiorgadzeGEO9.737Q
=7Benjamin VaronianFRA9.737Q
=7Dieter RehmSUI9.737Q
10Sergey FedorchenkoKAZ9.725
=11Ivan IvankouBLR9.712
=11Sean TownsendUSA9.712
=13Oleksandr SvitlychnyiUKR9.700
=13Yoshihiro SaitoJPN9.700
=13Yann CucheratFRA9.700
=13Alberto BusnariITA9.700
=13Valeriy PereshkuraUKR9.700
=18Dimitrij NoninGER9.687
=18Khristian IvanovBUL9.687
=18Éric CasimirFRA9.687
=21Dimitri KarbanenkoFRA9.662
=21Andreas WeckerGER9.662
=21Stephen McCainUSA9.662
=21Sasha JeltkovCAN9.662
=25Blaine WilsonUSA9.650
=25Igor CassinaITA9.650
=25Li XiaopengCHN9.650
28Akihiro KasamatsuJPN9.637
=29Yordan YovchevBUL9.625
=29Nikolay KryukovRUS9.625
=29Huang XuCHN9.625
32Paul HammUSA9.612
=33Yang WeiCHN9.600
=33Igors VihrovsLAT9.600
=33Mutsumi HaradaJPN9.600
=36Kenichi FujitaJPN9.587
=36Roman ZozuliaUKR9.587
=36Zoltán SupolaHUN9.587
=39Rúnar AlexanderssonISL9.575
=39Marius UrzicăROU9.575
=41Lázaro LamelasCUB9.562
=41Aliaksandr ShostakBLR9.562
43Ivan PaulouskiBLR9.550
=44Xing AoweiCHN9.537
=44Lee Jang-HyeongKOR9.537
=46Aliaksei SinkevichBLR9.512
=46Omar CortésESP9.512
=48Víctor CanoESP9.500
=48Aliaksandr KruzhilouBLR9.500
50Dimitar LunchevBUL9.487
51Flemming SolbergNOR9.450
=52Zheng LihuiCHN9.412
=52Erick LópezCUB9.412
54Rene TschernitschekGER9.387
55Jan-Peter NikiferowGER9.325
56Marian DrăgulescuROU9.312
=57Jeong Jin-SuKOR9.287
=57Rareș OrzațaROU9.287
59Alejandro BarrenecheaESP9.250
60Ioan SuciuROU9.237
=61Florentin PescaruROU9.212
=61Craig HeapGBR9.212
63John RoethlisbergerUSA9.187
64Yevgeny PodgornyRUS9.162
65Diego LizardiPUR9.150
66Saúl CofiñoESP9.137
67Damian IstriaAUS9.112
68Kim Dong-HwaKOR9.050
=69Jo Seong-MinKOR9.025
=69Valeriy HoncharovUKR9.025
71Sergej PfeiferGER9.012
72Andreu VivóESP8.850
73Vasil VetsevBUL8.687
74Deyan YordanovBUL8.650
75David PhillipsNZL8.587
76Philippe RizzoAUS8.475
77Lin Yung-HsiTPE7.975
78Pae Gil-SuPRK7.950
79Florent MareeFRA7.675