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Rings, Men

Date14 – 22 August 2004
StatusOlympic
LocationOlympiako Kleisto Gymnastirio, Olympiako Athletiko Kentro Athinon Spiros Loues, Maroussi
Participants77 from 28 countries

The format was the same as it had been from 1984-2000, with eight gymnasts advancing from the team all-around, but no more than two per nation. The 2003 World Championship title was shared between Bulgaria’s Yordan Yovchev and Greece’s Dimosthenis Tambakos. They were medal favorites, along with Italian Jury Chechi, the 1996 Olympic Champion, and a five-time World Champion (1993-97). Tambakos was first up and scored 9.862, one of the highest scores of the entire 2004 Olympic gymnastics competition. Yovchev’s routine was spectacularly difficult, but his 9.850 placed him just behind Tambakos. Chechi performed last and his score of 9.812 brought him a bronze medal in his fourth Olympics.

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPoints
1Dimosthenis TambakosGRE9.862Gold
2Yordan YovchevBUL9.850Silver
3Jury ChechiITA9.812Bronze
4Hiroyuki TomitaJPN9.800
5Matteo MorandiITA9.800
6Pierre-Yves BényFRA9.800
7Aleksandr SafoshkinRUS9.750
8Andreas SchweizerSUI9.737
9 r1/1Roman ZozuliaUKR
=10 r1/1Yang WeiCHN
=10 r1/1Georgy GrebenkovRUS
=10 r1/1Huang XuCHN
=13 r1/1Kim Dae-EunKOR
=13 r1/1Naoya TsukaharaJPN
=13 r1/1Răzvan ȘelariuROU
=13 r1/1Ivan IvankouBLR
=13 r1/1Kim Dong-HwaKOR
18 r1/1Ruslan MezentsevUKR
=19 r1/1Rafael MartínezESP
=19 r1/1Maksim DevyatovskyRUS
=19 r1/1Matteo AngiolettiITA
22 r1/1Aleksey BondarenkoRUS
=23 r1/1Grant GoldingCAN
=23 r1/1Hisashi MizutoriJPN
=25 r1/1Erick LópezCUB
=25 r1/1Dzianis SavenkouBLR
=27 r1/1Yang Tae-YeongKOR
=27 r1/1Isao YonedaJPN
=27 r1/1Oriol CombarrosESP
=27 r1/1Blaine WilsonUSA
=27 r1/1Anton GolotsutskovRUS
=27 r1/1Lee Seon-SeongKOR
=33 r1/1Guard YoungUSA
=33 r1/1Jo Seong-MinKOR
35 r1/1Vadym KuvakinUKR
=36 r1/1Benoît CaranobeFRA
=36 r1/1Sergej PfeiferGER
=36 r1/1Thomas AndergassenGER
39 r1/1Víctor CanoESP
40 r1/1Daniel PopescuROU
=41 r1/1Abel DriggsCUB
=41 r1/1Robert JuckelGER
43 r1/1Jason GatsonUSA
44 r1/1Paul HammUSA
=45 r1/1Luis VargasPUR
=45 r1/1Dan PotraROU
=45 r1/1David KikuchiCAN
48 r1/1Ioan SuciuROU
49 r1/1Marian DrăgulescuROU
50 r1/1Pavel GofmanISR
51 r1/1Ilia GiorgadzeGEO
52 r1/1Yevhen BohonosiukUKR
53 r1/1Florent MareeFRA
54 r1/1Alejandro BarrenecheaESP
55 r1/1Yernar YerimbetovKAZ
56 r1/1Jorge GiraldoCOL
57 r1/1Igors VihrovsLAT
=58 r1/1Igor CassinaITA
=58 r1/1Rúnar AlexanderssonISL
=58 r1/1Ng Shu WaiMAS
=61 r1/1Adam WongCAN
=61 r1/1Li XiaopengCHN
63 r1/1Sven KwiatkowskiGER
64 r1/1Brett McClureUSA
=65 r1/1Dimitri KarbanenkoFRA
=65 r1/1Daisuke NakanoJPN
67 r1/1Filipe BezugoPOR
68 r1/1Xing AoweiCHN
69 r1/1Yann CucheratFRA
70 r1/1Vlasis MarasGRE
71 r1/1Mosiah RodriguesBRA
=72 r1/1Sasha JeltkovCAN
=72 r1/1Wajdi BouallègueTUN
74 r1/1Fabian HambüchenGER
75 r1/1Filip YanevBUL
76 r1/1Kyle ShewfeltCAN
77 r1/1Enrico PozzoITA

Final (22 August 2004 — 22:14)

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

PosCompetitor(s)NOCFP
1Dimosthenis TambakosGRE9.862
2Yordan YovchevBUL9.850
3Jury ChechiITA9.812
4Hiroyuki TomitaJPN9.800
5Matteo MorandiITA9.800
6Pierre-Yves BényFRA9.800
7Aleksandr SafoshkinRUS9.750
8Andreas SchweizerSUI9.737

Qualifying (14 August 2004)

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

PosCompetitor(s)NOCPoints
1Dimosthenis TambakosGRE9.850Q
2Yordan YovchevBUL9.812Q
3Matteo MorandiITA9.775Q
4Jury ChechiITA9.762Q
=5Hiroyuki TomitaJPN9.750Q
=5Pierre-Yves BényFRA9.750Q
=5Aleksandr SafoshkinRUS9.750Q
8Andreas SchweizerSUI9.737Q
9Roman ZozuliaUKR9.725
=10Yang WeiCHN9.712
=10Georgy GrebenkovRUS9.712
=10Huang XuCHN9.712
=13Kim Dae-EunKOR9.700
=13Naoya TsukaharaJPN9.700
=13Răzvan ȘelariuROU9.700
=13Ivan IvankouBLR9.700
=13Kim Dong-HwaKOR9.700
18Ruslan MezentsevUKR9.687
=19Rafael MartínezESP9.675
=19Maksim DevyatovskyRUS9.675
=19Matteo AngiolettiITA9.675
22Aleksey BondarenkoRUS9.662
=23Grant GoldingCAN9.650
=23Hisashi MizutoriJPN9.650
=25Erick LópezCUB9.637
=25Dzianis SavenkouBLR9.637
=27Yang Tae-YeongKOR9.625
=27Isao YonedaJPN9.625
=27Oriol CombarrosESP9.625
=27Blaine WilsonUSA9.625
=27Anton GolotsutskovRUS9.625
=27Lee Seon-SeongKOR9.625
=33Guard YoungUSA9.612
=33Jo Seong-MinKOR9.612
35Vadym KuvakinUKR9.600
=36Benoît CaranobeFRA9.587
=36Sergej PfeiferGER9.587
=36Thomas AndergassenGER9.587
39Víctor CanoESP9.575
40Daniel PopescuROU9.562
=41Abel DriggsCUB9.550
=41Robert JuckelGER9.550
43Jason GatsonUSA9.525
44Paul HammUSA9.512
=45Luis VargasPUR9.500
=45Dan PotraROU9.500
=45David KikuchiCAN9.500
48Ioan SuciuROU9.487
49Marian DrăgulescuROU9.475
50Pavel GofmanISR9.462
51Ilia GiorgadzeGEO9.450
52Yevhen BohonosiukUKR9.437
53Florent MareeFRA9.387
54Alejandro BarrenecheaESP9.362
55Yernar YerimbetovKAZ9.300
56Jorge GiraldoCOL9.237
57Igors VihrovsLAT9.225
=58Igor CassinaITA9.162
=58Rúnar AlexanderssonISL9.162
=58Ng Shu WaiMAS9.162
=61Adam WongCAN9.112
=61Li XiaopengCHN9.112
63Sven KwiatkowskiGER9.075
64Brett McClureUSA9.037
=65Dimitri KarbanenkoFRA9.012
=65Daisuke NakanoJPN9.012
67Filipe BezugoPOR8.962
68Xing AoweiCHN8.925
69Yann CucheratFRA8.912
70Vlasis MarasGRE8.775
71Mosiah RodriguesBRA8.600
=72Sasha JeltkovCAN8.562
=72Wajdi BouallègueTUN8.562
74Fabian HambüchenGER8.537
75Filip YanevBUL8.137
76Kyle ShewfeltCAN8.112
77Enrico PozzoITA7.850