2011 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

The 2011 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships were held in Tokyo, Japan, from October 7–16, 2011, at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium. Due to uncertainty over the nuclear situation following the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, the International Federation of Gymnastics revealed it was considering moving the event,[1] but on May 22 FIG president Bruno Grandi announced that the World Championships would take place in Tokyo as planned.[2]

2011 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium, where the competition took place
VenueTokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
Location Tokyo, Japan
Start dateOctober 7, 2011 (2011-10-07)
End dateOctober 16, 2011 (2011-10-16)
Competitors528

Participating countries

83 countries participated, which included gymnasts from

Olympic qualification

Teams

This event was the first qualifying stage for the 2012 Summer Olympics, which were held in London. The top 24 men's and women's teams from the 2010 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships were allowed to send a full team of gymnasts. The top 8 men's and women's teams directly qualified for the team events at the 2012 Olympics. Teams placed 9th to 16th got a second chance to qualify a full team at the Olympic Test Event in January 10–18, 2012, from which four men's and women's teams qualified.

Individuals

The winners of gold, silver and bronze medals in each apparatus qualified for the Olympics, either as individuals or as members of their national team. Additional individual gymnasts qualified from the Test Event in January.

Competition schedule

All times are JST (UTC+9).

Date Time Round
7 October 201111:30Women's team qualifying (Day 1)
8 October 201111:30Women's team qualifying (Day 2)
9 October 201111:15Men's team qualifying (Day 1)
10 October 201111:15Men's team qualifying (Day 2)
11 October 201119:00Women's team final
12 October 201118:00Men's team final
13 October 201118:00Women's All-around final
14 October 201119:00Men's All-around final
Date Time Round
15 October 201113:30Men's floor final
13:55Women's vault final
14:45Men's pommel horse final
15:10Women's uneven bars final
15:35Men's rings final
16 October 201114:00Men's vault final
14:25Women's balance beam final
15:15Men's parallel bars final
15:40Women's floor final
16:10Men's horizontal bar final

Oldest and youngest competitors

FemaleNameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestGabby DouglasUnited States December 31, 199515 years
OldestOksana ChusovitinaGermany June 19, 197536 years
MaleNameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestAbdullah Khalid A AlbuwasiSaudi Arabia August 10, 199516 years
OldestYordan YovchevBulgaria February 24, 197338 years

Medalists

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Women
Team all-around
 United States
Sabrina Vega
Jordyn Wieber
McKayla Maroney
Aly Raisman
Gabby Douglas
Alicia Sacramone
 Russia
Ksenia Afanasyeva
Viktoria Komova
Anna Dementyeva
Yulia Belokobylskaya
Tatiana Nabieva
Yulia Inshina
 China
Huang Qiushuang
Yao Jinnan
Tan Sixin
Sui Lu
Jiang Yuyuan
He Kexin
Individual all-around
 Jordyn Wieber (USA)  Viktoria Komova (RUS)  Yao Jinnan (CHN)
Vault
 McKayla Maroney (USA)  Oksana Chusovitina (GER)  Phan Thi Ha Thanh (VIE)
Uneven bars
 Viktoria Komova (RUS)  Tatiana Nabieva (RUS)  Huang Qiushuang (CHN)
Balance beam
 Sui Lu (CHN)  Yao Jinnan (CHN)  Jordyn Wieber (USA)
Floor
 Ksenia Afanasyeva (RUS)  Sui Lu (CHN)  Aly Raisman (USA)
Men
Team all-around
 China
Zou Kai
Teng Haibin
Chen Yibing
Zhang Chenglong
Feng Zhe
Yan Mingyong
 Japan
Kōhei Uchimura
Kazuhito Tanaka
Kenya Kobayashi
Koji Yamamuro
Makoto Okiguchi
Yusuke Tanaka
 United States
Jacob Dalton
Jonathan Horton
Danell Leyva
Steven Legendre
Alexander Naddour
John Orozco
Individual all-around
 Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)  Philipp Boy (GER)  Koji Yamamuro (JPN)
Floor
 Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)  Zou Kai (CHN)  Diego Hypólito (BRA)
 Alexander Shatilov (ISR)
Pommel horse
 Krisztián Berki (HUN)  Cyril Tommasone (FRA)  Louis Smith (GBR)
Rings
 Chen Yibing (CHN)  Arthur Zanetti (BRA)  Koji Yamamuro (JPN)
Vault
 Yang Hak-Seon (KOR)  Anton Golotsutskov (RUS)  Makoto Okiguchi (JPN)
Parallel bars
 Danell Leyva (USA)  Vasileios Tsolakidis (GRE)
 Zhang Chenglong (CHN)
none awarded
High bar
 Zou Kai (CHN)  Zhang Chenglong (CHN)  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)

Women's results

2011 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships – Women's qualification

Team all-around

In the qualifying round, five gymnasts performed on each apparatus, and the top four scores were counted towards the team's total. The top eight teams qualified to the final.[3]

In the final, held on October 11, only three gymnasts performed on each apparatus, and all the scores counted. The United States team won the gold medal with solid performances by all gymnasts on all apparatus, while the Russian team made several mistakes and finished a distant second. China narrowly beat Romania to win the bronze medal, followed by Great Britain in fifth place.[4][5] This was the highest ranking finish Great Britain had ever had for a team at a World Championship.[6]

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestGabby DouglasUnited States 31/12/9515 years
OldestOksana ChusovitinaGermany 19/06/7536 years
RankTeamTotal
 United States 46.816 (1)43.865 (2)44.732 (3)43.998 (1)179.411
Jordyn Wieber 15.83314.76615.03314.766
Aly Raisman 14.950-14.86614.666
McKayla Maroney 16.033--14.566
Sabrina Vega -14.36614.833-
Gabby Douglas -14.733--
Alicia Sacramone* ----
Anna Li ----
 Russia 44.499 (2)44.698 (1)43.066 (4)43.066 (3)175.329
Viktoria Komova 15.03315.56613.86613.800
Tatiana Nabieva 14.66614.966--
Ksenia Afanasyeva 14.800--14.633
Anna Dementyeva -14.16614.900-
Yulia Belokobylskaya ---14.633
Yulia Inshina --14.300-
Alena Polyan ----
 China 43.824 (5)43.132 (4)44.832 (2)41.032 (7)172.820
Yao Jinnan 14.95814.43315.20014.333
Tan Sixin -14.96613.96612.066
Sui Lu --15.66614.633
Huang Qiushuang 14.70013.733--
Jiang Yuyuan 14.166---
He Kexin ----
4  Romania 44.149 (4)40.032 (8)45.099 (1)43.132 (2)172.412
Cătălina Ponor 14.933-15.16614.633
Ana Porgras -14.06615.300-
Diana Chelaru 14.566--14.233
Amelia Racea -13.00014.633-
Raluca Haidu 14.65012.966--
Diana Bulimar ---14.266
5  United Kingdom 41.665 (7)43.565 (3)42.607 (5)41.833 (5)169.670
Hannah Whelan 13.96613.46614.63313.600
Elizabeth Tweddle -15.666-14.533
Imogen Cairns 14.133--13.700
Danusia Francis 13.566-14.141-
Rebecca Downie -14.433--
Jennifer Pinches --13.833-
6  Germany 44.282 (3)42.032 (6)40.632 (8)41.533 (6)168.479
Elisabeth Seitz 14.61613.46614.16613.700
Nadine Jarosch 14.333-13.70014.100
Oksana Chusovitina 15.333-12.766-
Kim Bui -14.300-13.733
Lisa Katharina Hill -14.266--
Pia Tolle ----
7  Japan 41.866 (6)42.066 (5)42.066 (6)39.691 (8)167.122
Asuka Teramoto 14.03314.60014.500-
Koko Tsurumi -13.36614.83314.058
Rie Tanaka 14.23314.100-12.533
Yu Minobe --14.166-
Yuko Shintake 13.600---
Kyoko Oshima ---13.100
8  Australia 41.499 (8)41.541 (7)41.399 (7)42.300 (4)166.739
Lauren Mitchell 13.20013.66614.56614.900
Ashleigh Brennan 13.766-13.90013.700
Larrissa Miller -14.075-13.700
Emily Little 14.533---
Georgia-Rose Brown -13.800--
Mary-Anne Monckton --12.933-

Controversy

During the presentation of medals, the National Anthem of the United States was abruptly ended, causing some frustration amongst both the coaches and the gymnasts themselves.

  • Alicia Sacramone injured her Achilles tendon during the last podium training and had already left Japan when the Team Final started. However, US National Team Coordinator Marta Karolyi opted to keep her on the roster instead of officially naming alternate Anna Li to the team and subsequently competed with only 5 instead of the usual 6 gymnasts. This led to Sacramone receiving her tenth World Championships medal and officially becoming the US gymnast with the most World Championship medals. As Sacramone was not present during the competition, Li dressed, supported the team on the floor, and accepted the team medal for Sacramone. Li later passed the medal on to Sacramone and received (as customary for the World team alternates) a copy from USAG.

Individual all-around

The final was held on October 13. None of the medalists from the previous year were able to compete to defend their title as the gold and bronze medalists—Aliya Mustafina and Rebecca Bross, respectively—were both unable to compete at worlds due to knee injuries, and silver medalist Jiang Yuyuan did not qualify high enough over her teammates. A number of gymnasts ranked high enough to make the all-around final, but did not qualify due to the two-per-country rule. All the gymnasts from the USA that competed in the preliminary round ranked in the top 24. The gymnasts affected were Gabby Douglas (5th), Sabrina Vega (9th), and McKayla Maroney (12th) of the United States. Also affected were Tan Sixin (15th) and Jiang Yuyuan (20th) of China, Yuko Shintake (21st) and Yu Minobe (23rd) of Japan, and Anna Dementyeva (31st) of Russia. The last gymnast to qualify was Carlotta Ferlito, who ranked 32nd in the preliminary competition.

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestJordyn Wieber United States12/07/9516 years
OldestDaniele Hypólito Brazil08/09/8427 years
RankGymnastTotal
 Jordyn Wieber (USA)15.71613.60015.26614.80059.382
 Viktoria Komova (RUS)14.93315.40014.68314.33359.349
 Yao Jinnan (CHN)14.96614.93313.93314.76658.598
4  Aly Raisman (USA)15.23312.90014.52514.90057.558
5  Huang Qiushuang (CHN)14.73314.96613.63314.10057.432
6  Ana Porgras (ROU)14.10014.13315.10013.96657.299
7  Ksenia Afanasyeva (RUS)14.46614.20013.40014.66656.732
8  Lauren Mitchell (AUS)14.60013.13313.93315.03356.699
9  Hannah Whelan (GBR)14.40013.25814.33314.13356.124
10  Nadine Jarosch (GER)14.30013.73314.00014.00056.033
11  Elisabeth Seitz (GER)14.75813.93313.36613.76655.823
12  Vanessa Ferrari (ITA)12.73313.83314.46614.50055.532
13  Daniele Hypólito (BRA)14.30012.86614.33313.86655.365
14  Carlotta Ferlito (ITA)14.20012.86614.61613.40055.082
15  Koko Tsurumi (JPN)13.80012.53314.70013.96654.999
16  Giulia Steingruber (SUI)14.86613.43313.40013.23354.932
17  Céline van Gerner (NED)13.70013.76613.76613.63354.865
18  Raluca Haidu (ROU)13.46613.36614.41613.56654.814
19  Peng-Peng Lee (CAN)13.93313.90012.93313.96654.732
20  Rie Tanaka (JPN)14.23313.83313.93312.70054.699
21  Aurélie Malaussena (FRA)14.13313.26613.93313.16654.498
22  Ana María Izurieta (ESP)13.96613.46612.93313.36653.731
23  Emily Little (AUS)13.63313.30013.56613.10053.599
24  Jessica López (VEN)14.00010.30014.26613.73352.299

Vault

Phan's bronze medal was the first medal for Vietnam at a World Championships. Maroney's performance secured the third consecutive World gold medal for the USA on women's vault following Kayla Williams in 2009 and teammate Alicia Sacramone in 2010. Chusovitina's silver was her 11th world medal (her 9th vault world medal). As her first world championships was in Indianapolis in 1991, she has been competing at an international level since before her fellow vault finalists were born.

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestMcKayla Maroney United States09/12/9515 years
OldestOksana Chusovitina Germany19/06/7536 years
PositionGymnastD ScoreE ScorePen.Score 1RkD ScoreE ScorePen.Score 2RkTotal
 McKayla Maroney (USA)6.5009.30015.800(1)5.6009.20014.800(1)15.300
 Oksana Chusovitina (GER)6.3008.76615.066(2)5.5008.90014.333(3)14.733
 Phan Thi Ha Thanh (VIE)5.9008.70014.600(6)5.8008.93314.733(2)14.666
4  Jade Barbosa (BRA)5.8009.06614.866(4)5.6008.66614.266(4)14.566
5  Giulia Steingruber (SUI)6.3008.60014.900(3)5.2008.80014.000(6)14.450
6  Tatiana Nabieva (RUS)5.8008.76614.566(7)5.2008.93314.133(5)14.349
7  Alexa Moreno (MEX)6.3008.43314.733(5)5.2008.50013.700(7)14.216
8  Yamilet Peña (DOM)5.3008.60013.900(8)0.000*0.0000.000(8)6.950
  • Yamilet Peña attempted a handspring double front vault, which has a 7.1 D Value score, but because she landed on her back, she scored a 0.000.

Uneven bars

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestGabby Douglas United States31/12/9515 years
OldestHuang Qiushuang China28/05/9219 years
PositionGymnastD ScoreE ScorePen.Qual RkTotal
 Viktoria Komova (RUS)6.7008.800(1)15.500
 Tatiana Nabieva (RUS)6.6008.400(5)15.000
 Huang Qiushuang (CHN)6.7008.133(4)14.833
4  Jordyn Wieber (USA)6.3008.200(7)14.500
5  Gabby Douglas (USA)6.3007.900(6)14.200
5  Asuka Teramoto (JPN)6.3007.900(8)14.200
7  Koko Tsurumi (JPN)6.4007.666(3)14.066
8  Youna Dufournet (FRA)6.3006.341(2)12.641

Balance beam

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestJordyn Wieber United States12/07/9516 years
OldestCătălina Ponor Romania20/08/8724 years
PositionGymnastD ScoreE ScorePen.Qual RkTotal
 Sui Lu (CHN)6.6009.266(2)15.866
 Yao Jinnan (CHN)6.3008.933(4)15.233
 Jordyn Wieber (USA)6.2008.933(3)15.133
4  Aly Raisman (USA)6.4008.666(6)15.066
5  Amelia Racea (ROU)5.9008.633(7)14.533
6  Yulia Inshina (RUS)5.7008.825(8)14.525
7  Cătălina Ponor (ROU)5.7008.541(5)14.241
8  Viktoria Komova (RUS)5.9007.866(1)13.766

Floor

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestJordyn Wieber United States12/07/9516 years
OldestElizabeth Tweddle United Kingdom01/04/8526 years

On the day before the competition, it was announced that Diana Bulimar had injured her foot, and first reserve Lauren Mitchell would be taking her place in the final. Shortly after the women's beam competition, it was announced that Russia had decided to pull Viktoria Komova from the competition to give her teammate (and second reserve), Ksenia Afanasyeva a chance to compete in the final instead. During the warm up Vanessa Ferrari injured herself, so third reserve Diana Chelaru was quickly added to replace her.

PositionGymnastD ScoreE ScorePen.Qual RkTotal
 Ksenia Afanasyeva (RUS)6.1009.033(7)15.133
 Sui Lu (CHN)6.1008.966(2)15.066
 Aly Raisman (USA)6.1008.900(1)15.000
4  Yao Jinnan (CHN)6.0008.866(4)14.866
5  Lauren Mitchell (AUS)6.3008.433(6)14.733
6  Jordyn Wieber (USA)6.0008.700(3)14.700
7  Elizabeth Tweddle (GBR)6.1008.5000.100(5)14.500
8  Diana Chelaru (ROU)5.8008.400(8)14.200

Men's results

Qualifications

Team all-around

In the qualifying round, five gymnasts performed on each apparatus, and the top four scores were counted towards the team's total. The top eight teams qualified to the final.[7]

In the final, held on October 12, only three gymnasts performed on each apparatus, and all the scores were counted. The Chinese team won the title for the fifth successive time, benefiting from crucial mistakes by the last two Japanese gymnasts. Japan was still able to win the silver medal, with a margin of only 0.010 point from the United States in bronze medal position.[8][9]

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestOleg Stepko Ukraine25/04/9417 years
OldestRoman Zozulya Ukraine22/06/7932 years
Rank Team Total
 China 45.56643.99944.73248.19945.43247.233275.161
Zou Kai 15.600--15.566-15.933
Teng Haibin -15.23314.300-14.16615.100
Chen Yibing -14.00015.466---
Zhang Chenglong 15.400--16.33315.60016.200
Feng Zhe 14.566--16.30015.666-
Yan Mingyong -14.76614.966---
 Japan 45.26543.52345.29948.70046.19944.107273.093
Kōhei Uchimura 15.46614.99115.00016.20015.36614.700
Kazuhito Tanaka ----15.50015.141
Kenya Kobayashi -14.06614.933---
Koji Yamamuro 14.63314.46615.36616.400--
Makoto Okiguchi 15.166--16.100--
Yusuke Tanaka ----15.33314.266
 United States 46.03243.85743.56547.76545.59946.265273.083
Jacob Dalton 15.500-14.33316.333--
Jonathan Horton 14.966-15.06615.26615.00015.366
Danell Leyva -14.366--15.36615.533
Steven Legendre 15.566--16.166--
Alexander Naddour -15.058----
John Orozco -14.43314.166-15.23315.366
4  Russia 44.36641.96644.99948.35744.49144.866269.045
Konstantin Pluzhnikov --15.466---
Emin Garibov -14.133--14.52515.466
Sergei Khorokhordin -13.23314.533-14.70014.800
David Belyavskiy 14.43314.600-15.83315.26614.600
Denis Ablyazin 15.033-15.00016.266--
Anton Golotsutskov 14.600--16.258--
5  Ukraine 43.85742.56543.96646.88242.26644.566264.102
Mykola Kuksenkov 14.633-14.400--15.133
Vitaly Nakonechny -14.366--13.96614.800
Oleg Stepko 14.73314.433-15.83314.500-
Igor Radivilov --14.93316.166--
Roman Zozulya --14.633--14.633
Oleg Verniaiev 14.46113.866-14.83313.800-
6  Germany 44.39940.46543.39946.69943.19945.765263.926
Philipp Boy 14.83313.166-14.96614.60015.433
Marcel Nguyen 14.833-14.66616.03313.36614.466
Fabian Hambüchen 14.733-14.43315.70015.23315.866
Sebastian Krimmer -13.566----
Eugen Spiridonov -13.733----
Thomas Taranu --14.300---
7  South Korea 41.93241.96642.46548.33343.33242.365260.393
Ha Chang-Ju -13.600-15.60014.566-
Choi Jin-Sung 12.600-14.566---
Kim Seung-Il --14.033-14.60014.666
Kim Soo-Myun 14.76614.166-15.90014.16613.566
Kim Ji-Hoon -14.200---14.133
Yang Hak-Seon 14.566-13.86616.833--
8  Romania 42.13241.94042.46531.06643.66542.541245.175
Flavius Koczi 15.23314.708-15.60014.566-
Cristian Bataga -14.16614.53315.466--
Vlad Cotuna 13.266-14.266--14.400
Marius Berbecar ---0.000*15.53313.908
Ovidiu Buidoso 13.63314.06613.666-13.46614.223
  • Berbecar landed on his back, therefore scored a 0.000.

Individual all-around

The all-around final was held on October 14. Three gymnasts had ranked high enough to qualify, but were not allowed to compete due to the two-per-country rule. The affected gymnasts were Jonathan Horton (5th), Fabian Hambüchen (19th) and Steven Legendre (24th). On the day of the final, Marian Dragulescu pulled out of the competition and Nathan Gafuik took his place.

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestOleg Stepko Ukraine25/04/9417 years
OldestAnton Fokin Uzbekistan13/11/8228 years
RankGymnastTotal
 Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)15.56615.40015.16616.23315.56615.70093.631
 Philipp Boy (GER)14.86614.46614.50016.06614.56616.06690.530
 Koji Yamamuro (JPN)14.56614.66615.12516.06614.96614.86690.255
4  Daniel Purvis (GBR)15.03314.56614.33316.00015.20014.80089.932
5  John Orozco (USA)14.40014.36614.30015.86615.36615.36689.664
6  David Belyavskiy (RUS)14.73314.73314.37516.23314.60014.60089.274
7  Mykola Kuksenkov (UKR)14.36615.00014.50016.03314.03315.20089.132
8  Marcel Nguyen (GER)15.23313.86614.93315.13315.20014.46688.831
9  Cyril Tommasone (FRA)14.33315.40013.96615.60014.60014.66688.565
10  Rafael Martínez (ESP)14.63313.83313.89116.10014.46615.16688.089
10  Kim Seung-Il (KOR)14.46614.46614.29115.60014.43314.83388.089
12  Flavius Koczi (ROU)15.36614.33313.63316.43314.43313.80087.998
13  Alexander Shatilov (ISR)15.30014.30013.90015.40014.20014.33387.433
14  Anton Fokin (UZB)14.06614.56614.23315.70014.96613.83387.364
15  Emin Garibov (RUS)14.43313.56614.40815.50013.96615.45887.331
16  Andrei Likhovitsky (BLR)14.26614.96613.70015.30014.60014.33387.165
17  Kim Soo-Myun (KOR)14.46614.86613.86616.36614.10013.50087.164
18  Teng Haibin (CHN)14.26615.06613.60015.63315.23313.23387.031
19  Oleg Stepko (UKR)14.63314.03314.03315.76614.23313.56686.264
20  Pascal Bucher (SUI)13.80013.06613.56615.33314.93314.33385.031
21  Javier Gomez (ESP)14.06613.50014.30014.80014.47513.76684.907
22  Tomás González (CHI)15.33312.10013.86616.00013.30013.76684.365
23  Nathan Gafuik (CAN)13.63312.90013.56615.83312.53314.23382.698
24  Danell Leyva (USA)14.83314.43314.34114.80015.3336.46680.206

Floor

The final for Men's Floor Exercise took place on October 15. Marian Dragulescu had qualified in 2nd,[10] but pulled out of the competition on the morning of the final. As the first reserve, Jake Dalton (USA) took his place. There was also an inquiry made by the Japanese coaches into the scoring when Kōhei Uchimura's difficulty score was only awarded a 6.500 because they had mistaken a triple twisting move for a double twisting move. The inquiry was accepted by the judges, and the score adjusted accordingly, which gave Uchimura the gold medal.

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestJacob Dalton United States19/08/9120 years
OldestTomás González Chile22/11/8525 years
RankGymnastD ScoreE ScorePen.Total
 Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)6.7008.93315.633
 Zou Kai (CHN)6.9008.60015.500
 Diego Hypolito (BRA)6.8008.66615.466
 Alexander Shatilov (ISR)6.7008.76615.466
5  Steven Legendre (USA)6.8008.60015.400
6  Flavius Koczi (ROU)6.7008.63315.333
6  Tomás González (CHI)6.5008.83315.333
8  Jacob Dalton (USA)6.6008.6330.115.133

Pommel horse

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestLouis Smith United Kingdom22/04/8922 years
OldestSaso Bertoncelj Slovenia16/07/8427 years

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RankGymnastD ScoreE ScorePen.Total
 Krisztián Berki (HUN)6.7009.13315.833
 Cyril Tommasone (FRA)6.5008.76615.266
 Louis Smith (GBR)7.0008.06615.066
4  Vid Hidvegi (HUN)6.4008.60015.000
5  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)6.7007.83314.533
6  Prashanth Sellathurai (AUS)6.6007.73314.333
7  Saso Bertoncelj (SLO)6.5007.76614.266
7  Teng Haibin (CHN)6.6007.66614.266

Rings

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestArthur Nabarrete Zanetti Brazil16/04/9021 years
OldestRegulo Carmona Venezuela31/01/8031 years
RankGymnastD ScoreE ScorePen.Total
 Chen Yibing (CHN)6.8009.00015.800
 Arthur Nabarrete Zanetti (BRA)6.5009.10015.600
 Koji Yamamuro (JPN)6.7008.80015.500
4  Matteo Morandi (ITA)6.8008.40015.200
5  Yuri van Gelder (NED)6.8007.86614.666
6  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)6.4008.23314.633
7  Jonathan Horton (USA)6.1008.20014.300
8  Regulo Carmona (VEN)6.7007.56614.266

Vault

Originally Marian Dragulescu was to compete in this final, but had to pull out of competition due to an injury. Denis Ablyazin took his place in the final as the first reserve.

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestYang Hak-Seon South Korea06/12/9218 years
OldestDzmitry Kaspiarovich Belarus15/10/7734 years
PositionGymnastD ScoreE ScorePenaltyScore 1D ScoreE ScorePenaltyScore 2Total
 Yang Hak-Seon (KOR)7.4009.46616.8667.0009.3660.116.26616.566
 Anton Golotsutskov (RUS)7.0009.33316.3337.0009.40016.40016.366
 Makoto Okiguchi (JPN)7.0009.4000.116.3007.0009.28316.28316.291
4  Thomas Bouhail (FRA)7.0009.66616.6667.0008.8080.115.70816.187
5  Denis Ablyazin (RUS)7.0009.33316.3337.2008.9160.116.01616.174
6  Dzmitry Kaspiarovich (BLR)7.0009.33316.5337.0008.7330.115.63316.083
7  Shek Wai Hung (HKG)6.6009.00015.6007.0009.30016.30015.950
8  Jeffrey Wammes (NED)6.8008.63315.4336.6009.33315.93315.683

Parallel bars

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestDanell Leyva United States30/10/9119 years
OldestVasileios Tsolakidis Greece09/09/7932 years
RankGymnastD ScoreE ScorePen.Total
 Danell Leyva (USA)6.4009.23315.633
 Vasileios Tsolakidis (GRE)6.5009.03315.533
 Zhang Chenglong (CHN)6.5009.03315.533
4  Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)6.5009.00015.500
5  Yann Cucherat (FRA)6.4008.93315.333
6  Marius Berbecar (ROU)6.6008.66615.266
7  Feng Zhe (CHN)6.6008.60015.200
8  Kazuhito Tanaka (JPN)6.8008.36615.166

Horizontal bar

Oldest and youngest competitors

NameCountryDate of birthAge
YoungestJohn Orozco United States30/12/9218 years
OldestEpke Zonderland Netherlands16/04/8625 years
RankGymnastD scoreE scorePen.Total
 Zou Kai (CHN)7.7008.74116.441
 Zhang Chenglong (CHN)7.6008.76616.366
 Kōhei Uchimura (JPN)7.3009.03316.333
4  Fabian Hambüchen (GER)7.5008.73316.233
5  Epke Zonderland (NED)7.4007.43314.833
6  Yusuke Tanaka (JPN)7.0007.70014.700
7  Philipp Boy (GER)7.0007.30014.300
8  John Orozco (USA)5.9008.23314.133

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 China45312
2 United States4037
3 Russia2406
4 Japan2147
5 Hungary1001
 South Korea1001
7 Germany0202
8 Brazil0112
9 France0101
 Greece0101
11 Great Britain0011
 Israel0011
 Vietnam0011
Totals (13 nations)14151443

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