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Team All-Around, Men

Date14 – 16 August 2004
StatusOlympic
LocationOlympiako Kleisto Gymnastirio, Olympiako Athletiko Kentro Athinon Spiros Loues, Maroussi
Participants72 from 12 countries

The format was very different for this event in 2004. There was a qualifying round, with only the top eight teams advancing to the final round. In the qualifying round each team was allowed six competitors, with five to compete on each apparatus, and the best four of five scores counting for each apparatus. Qualifying scores did not carry over to the final round. In the final, each team had six gymnasts, with three allowed to compete on each apparatus, all three scores counting, which was termed the 6/3/3 rule, and was first used at the 2001 World Championships. China was the 2003 World Champion, and after winning silver in 1984, 1996, and 2000, finally came through to win Olympic gold in Athinai, leading the final throughout. The United States had been the runner-up at the 2001 and 2004 Worlds, but only placed fifth at the 2004 Olympics, as the Ukraine won the silver medal and Russia the bronze. Belarus, which was the 2001 World Champion, placed only eighth.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPoints
1JapanJPNGold
Takehiro Kashima
Hisashi Mizutori
Daisuke Nakano
Hiroyuki Tomita
Naoya Tsukahara
Isao Yoneda
2United StatesUSASilver
Jason Gatson
Morgan Hamm
Paul Hamm
Brett McClure
Blaine Wilson
Guard Young
3RomaniaROUBronze
Marian Drăgulescu
Daniel Popescu
Dan Potra
Răzvan Șelariu
Ioan Suciu
Marius Urzică
4Republic of KoreaKOR
Kim Dae-Eun
Kim Dong-Hwa
Kim Seung-Il
Lee Seon-Seong
Yang Tae-Yeong
Jo Seong-Min
5People's Republic of ChinaCHN
Huang Xu
Li Xiaopeng
Teng Haibin
Xiao Qin
Xing Aowei
Yang Wei
6Russian FederationRUS
Aleksey Bondarenko
Maksim Devyatovsky
Anton Golotsutskov
Georgy Grebenkov
Aleksey Nemov
Aleksandr Safoshkin
7UkraineUKR
Yevhen Bohonosiuk
Valeriy Honcharov
Vadym Kuvakin
Ruslan Mezentsev
Andriy Mykhailychenko
Roman Zozulia
8GermanyGER
Thomas Andergassen
Matthias Fahrig
Fabian Hambüchen
Robert Juckel
Sven Kwiatkowski
Sergej Pfeifer
9 r1/2FranceFRA
Pierre-Yves Bény
Benoît Caranobe
Yann Cucherat
Dimitri Karbanenko
Florent Marée
Johan Mounard
10 r1/2SpainESP
Alejandro Barrenechea
Víctor Cano
Jesús Carballo
Oriol Combarros
Gervasio Deferr
Rafael Martínez
11 r1/2CanadaCAN
Grant Golding
Ken Ikeda
Sasha Jeltkov
David Kikuchi
Kyle Shewfelt
Adam Wong
12 r1/2ItalyITA
Matteo Angioletti
Alberto Busnari
Igor Cassina
Jury Chechi
Matteo Morandi
Enrico Pozzo

Qualifying (14 August 2004 — 12:30-16:30-20:30)

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

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPoints
1JapanJPN232.134Q
Takehiro KashimaQ
Hisashi MizutoriQ
Daisuke NakanoQ
Hiroyuki TomitaQ
Naoya TsukaharaQ
Isao YonedaQ
2United StatesUSA230.419Q
Jason GatsonQ
Morgan HammQ
Paul HammQ
Brett McClureQ
Blaine WilsonQ
Guard YoungQ
3RomaniaROU230.019Q
Marian DrăgulescuQ
Daniel PopescuQ
Dan PotraQ
Răzvan ȘelariuQ
Ioan SuciuQ
Marius UrzicăQ
4People's Republic of ChinaCHN229.507Q
Huang XuQ
Li XiaopengQ
Teng HaibinQ
Xiao QinQ
Xing AoweiQ
Yang WeiQ
5UkraineUKR228.382Q
Yevhen BohonosiukQ
Valeriy HoncharovQ
Vadym KuvakinQ
Ruslan MezentsevQ
Andriy MykhailychenkoQ
Roman ZozuliaQ
6Russian FederationRUS227.980Q
Aleksey BondarenkoQ
Maksim DevyatovskyQ
Anton GolotsutskovQ
Georgy GrebenkovQ
Aleksey NemovQ
Aleksandr SafoshkinQ
7Republic of KoreaKOR227.970Q
Jo Seong-MinQ
Kim Dae-EunQ
Kim Dong-HwaQ
Kim Seung-IlQ
Lee Seon-SeongQ
Yang Tae-YeongQ
8GermanyGER226.980Q
Thomas AndergassenQ
Matthias FahrigQ
Fabian HambüchenQ
Robert JuckelQ
Sven KwiatkowskiQ
Sergej PfeiferQ
9FranceFRA226.231
Pierre-Yves Bény
Benoît Caranobe
Yann Cucherat
Dimitri Karbanenko
Florent Marée
Johan Mounard
10SpainESP223.295
Alejandro Barrenechea
Víctor Cano
Jesús Carballo
Oriol Combarros
Gervasio Deferr
Rafael Martínez
11CanadaCAN221.905
Grant Golding
Ken Ikeda
Sasha Jeltkov
David Kikuchi
Kyle Shewfelt
Adam Wong
12ItalyITA221.431
Matteo Angioletti
Alberto Busnari
Igor Cassina
Jury Chechi
Matteo Morandi
Enrico Pozzo

Final (16 August 2004 — 20:30)

Six-person teams, three to compete on each apparatus, with all three scores counting for each apparatus.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPoints
1JapanJPN173.821
Takehiro Kashima
Hisashi Mizutori
Daisuke Nakano
Hiroyuki Tomita
Naoya Tsukahara
Isao Yoneda
2United StatesUSA172.933
Jason Gatson
Morgan Hamm
Paul Hamm
Brett McClure
Blaine Wilson
Guard Young
3RomaniaROU172.384
Marian Drăgulescu
Daniel Popescu
Dan Potra
Răzvan Șelariu
Ioan Suciu
Marius Urzică
4Republic of KoreaKOR171.847
Kim Dae-Eun
Kim Dong-Hwa
Kim Seung-Il
Lee Seon-Seong
Yang Tae-Yeong
5People's Republic of ChinaCHN171.257
Huang Xu
Li Xiaopeng
Teng Haibin
Xiao Qin
Xing Aowei
Yang Wei
6Russian FederationRUS169.808
Aleksey Bondarenko
Maksim Devyatovsky
Anton Golotsutskov
Georgy Grebenkov
Aleksey Nemov
Aleksandr Safoshkin
7UkraineUKR168.244
Yevhen Bohonosiuk
Valeriy Honcharov
Vadym Kuvakin
Ruslan Mezentsev
Andriy Mykhailychenko
Roman Zozulia
8GermanyGER167.372
Thomas Andergassen
Matthias Fahrig
Fabian Hambüchen
Robert Juckel
Sven Kwiatkowski
Sergej Pfeifer