Olympic games - Men's qualification results

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    Jul 28, 2012 10:36 PM GMT
    Team All-Around (top 8 qualify to team final)
    1. USA 275.342
    2. RUS 272.595
    3. GBR 272.420
    4. GER 270.888
    5. JPN 270.503
    6. CHN 269.985
    7. UKR 269.810
    8. FRA 265.759
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    9. ESP 265.587
    10. ROU 262.567
    11. ITA 262.085
    12. KOR 255.327


    Individual All-Around
    1. Danell Leyva USA 91.265
    2. David Belyavsky RUS 90.832
    3. Fabian Hambüchen GER 90.765
    4. John Orozco USA 90.597
    5. Kristian Thomas GBR 90.256
    6. Mykola Kuksenkov UKR 89.931
    7. Marcel Nguyen GER 89.833
    8. Emin Garibov RUS 89.798
    9. Kohei Uchimura JPN 89.764
    10. Daniel Purvis GBR 89.199
    11. Sergio Sasaki BRA 89.132
    12. Alexander Shatilov ISR 89.032
    13. Oleh Vernayev UKR 88.964
    14. Cyril Tommasone FRA 88.698
    15. Fabián González ESP 88.365
    16. Javier Gómez ESP 88.123
    17. Koji Yamamuro JPN 87.632
    18. Claudio Capelli SUI 87.598
    19. Enrico Pozzo ITA 86.898
    20. Kim Su Myeon KOR 86.331
    21. Paulo Ottavi ITA 86.331
    22. Flavius Koczi ROU 85.865
    23. Joshua Jefferis AUS 85.598
    24. Roman Kulesza POL 84.698
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    Jul 28, 2012 10:59 PM GMT
    Qualifiers to event finals.

    Floor Exercise
    1. Zou Kai CHN 15.833
    2. Kohei Uchimura JPN 15.766
    3. Flavius Koczi ROU 15.666
    4. Alexander Shatilov 15.633
    4. Jacob Dalton USA 15.633
    6. Tomás González CHI 15.533
    7. Marcel Nguyen GER 15.433
    8. Denis Ablyazin RUS 15.433

    Pommel Horse
    1. Louis Smith GBR 15.800
    2. Cyril Tommasone FRA 15.333
    3. Víd Hídvégi HUN 15.100
    4. Alberto Busnari ITA 15.058
    5. Krisztián Berki HUN 15.033
    6. Vitaly Nakonechny UKR 14.933
    7. David Belyavsky RUS 14.900
    8. Max Whitlock GBR 14.900

    Still Rings
    1. Chen Yibing CHN 15.858
    2. Matteo Morandi ITA 15.766
    3. Aleksandr Balandin RUS 15.666
    4. Arthur Zanetti BRA 15.616
    5. Denis Ablyazin RUS 15.500
    6. Tommy Ramos PUR 15.500
    7. Federico Molinari ARG 15.333
    8. Yordan Yovchev BUL 15.308

    Vault
    1. Denis Ablyazin RUS 16.366
    2. Yang Hak Seon KOR 16.333
    3. Tomás González CHI 16.149
    4. Samuel Mikulak USA 16.083
    5. Kristian Thomas GBR 15.983
    6. Flavius Koczi ROU 15.949
    7. Isaac Botella ESP 15.833
    8. Ihor Radyvilov UKR 15.799

    Parallel Bars
    1. Yusuke Tanaka JPN 15.866
    2. Kazuhito Tanaka JPN 15.725
    3. Feng Zhe CHN 15.633
    4. Emin Garibov RUS 15.600
    5. Marcel Nguyen GER 15.525
    6. Vasileois Tsolakidis GRE 15.466
    7. Daniel Corral MEX 15.433
    8. Hamilton Sabot FRA 15.366
    8. Zhang Chenlong CHN 15.366

    Horizontal Bar
    1. Epke Zonderland NED 15.966
    2. Zhang Chenglong CHN 15.933
    3. Danell Leyva USA 15.866
    4. Fabian Hambüchen GER 15.633
    5. Jonathan Horton USA 15.566
    6. Emin Garibov RUS 15.566
    7. Zou Kai CHN 15.533
    8. Kim Ji Hun KOR 15.500


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    Jul 28, 2012 11:03 PM GMT
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    Jul 29, 2012 2:53 AM GMT
    john orozco should have scored more on the high bar.

    another one of the reasons why i do not care for sports where people are judging.
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    Jul 29, 2012 2:55 AM GMT
    Samuel Mikulak is so dreamy icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jul 29, 2012 3:00 AM GMT
    Those guys are studs
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    Jul 29, 2012 3:04 AM GMT
    I bet Sam is BEAST in bed.
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    Jul 29, 2012 3:19 AM GMT
    Blackguy4you saidjohn orozco should have scored more on the high bar.

    another one of the reasons why i do not care for sports where people are judging.


    I felt Orozco's high bar score was fair. To be honest, some of his work can be rather heavy and labored. He doesn't have quite the light, natural swing as other gymnasts, though he did well enough today.

    Judges are part of many sports. Even though some people criticize gymnastics for being so subjective, the truth is judges/referees have made some interesting/controversial calls in other sports. It's definitely not a problem unique to gymnastics.
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    Jul 29, 2012 3:21 AM GMT
    S34n05 saidSamuel Mikulak is so dreamy icon_biggrin.gif


    He was outstanding today despite a nasty fall off high bar. I'm a little sad that he can't compete all around because of the country slot limit and the dominance of Orozco and Leyva. But I have a feeling this is just the beginning of Mikulak's career.
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    Jul 29, 2012 3:23 AM GMT
    Russian boys in action. They were a pleasant surprise today. After many years of struggles and defeating results, they're finally seeing some resurgence as a competitive team.

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    Jul 29, 2012 3:45 AM GMT
    nicobolsillo saidQualifiers to event finals.

    Floor Exercise
    1. Zou Kai CHN 15.833
    2. Kohei Uchimura JPN 15.766
    3. Flavius Koczi ROU 15.666
    4. Alexander Shatilov 15.633
    4. Jacob Dalton USA 15.633
    6. Tomás González CHI 15.533
    7. Marcel Nguyen GER 15.433
    8. Denis Ablyazin RUS 15.433

    Pommel Horse
    1. Louis Smith GBR 15.800
    2. Cyril Tommasone FRA 15.333
    3. Víd Hídvégi HUN 15.100
    4. Alberto Busnari ITA 15.058
    5. Krisztián Berki HUN 15.033
    6. Vitaly Nakonechny UKR 14.933
    7. David Belyavsky RUS 14.900
    8. Max Whitlock GBR 14.900

    Still Rings
    1. Chen Yibing CHN 15.858
    2. Matteo Morandi ITA 15.766
    3. Aleksandr Balandin RUS 15.666
    4. Arthur Zanetti BRA 15.616
    5. Denis Ablyazin RUS 15.500
    6. Tommy Ramos PUR 15.500
    7. Federico Molinari ARG 15.333
    8. Yordan Yovchev BUL 15.308

    Vault
    1. Denis Ablyazin RUS 16.366
    2. Yang Hak Seon KOR 16.333
    3. Tomás González CHI 16.149
    4. Samuel Mikulak USA 16.083
    5. Kristian Thomas GBR 15.983
    6. Flavius Koczi ROU 15.949
    7. Isaac Botella ESP 15.833
    8. Ihor Radyvilov UKR 15.799

    Parallel Bars
    1. Yusuke Tanaka JPN 15.866
    2. Kazuhito Tanaka JPN 15.725
    3. Feng Zhe CHN 15.633
    4. Emin Garibov RUS 15.600
    5. Marcel Nguyen GER 15.525
    6. Vasileois Tsolakidis GRE 15.466
    7. Daniel Corral MEX 15.433
    8. Hamilton Sabot FRA 15.366
    8. Zhang Chenlong CHN 15.366

    Horizontal Bar
    1. Epke Zonderland NED 15.966
    2. Zhang Chenglong CHN 15.933
    3. Danell Leyva USA 15.866
    4. Fabian Hambüchen GER 15.633
    5. Jonathan Horton USA 15.566
    6. Emin Garibov RUS 15.566
    7. Zou Kai CHN 15.533
    8. Kim Ji Hun KOR 15.500




    Im pretty sure you got your parallel bars wrong. just saying.
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    Jul 29, 2012 3:48 AM GMT
    What's wrong with the parallel bars results? I got the results straight from the official Olympic webpage.

    http://www.london2012.com/gymnastics-artistic/event/men-qualifications/phase=gam499900/doc=parallelbars.html
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    Jul 29, 2012 5:47 AM GMT
    Sam Mikulak is a sexy beast !!! icon_wink.gif

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    Jul 29, 2012 5:50 AM GMT
    I have a feeling that John Orozco and Sam Mikulak are going to be neck-to-neck with each other heading towards the next Olympics in Rio. They're both so young and not in their competitive peak yet, so the best is yet to come from them. I would love to see either one of them (ideally both of them!) outdo Paul Hamm's accomplishments.
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    Jul 29, 2012 6:05 AM GMT
    I'm shocked! No Chinese gymnast made the IA? I know they had a rough team day, but thought at least one of their guys would have made it...

    Also big congrats to Yordan Yovchev making the rings final. At 39, and still competing in gymnastics...the man is a beast!
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    Jul 29, 2012 6:18 AM GMT
    daywalker33 saidI'm shocked! No Chinese gymnast made the IA? I know they had a rough team day, but thought at least one of their guys would have made it...

    Also big congrats to Yordan Yovchev making the rings final. At 39, and still competing in gymnastics...the man is a beast!


    China hasn't had a prominent all-around gymnast since Yang Wei retired after Beijing. The Chinese program, I think, has focused too much on event specialization over the years and didn't plan ahead for all-around gymnasts to carry the torch after Yang Wei. Guo Weiyang was the only guy on the team who competed all-around (who was the Chinese AA Champion, for the record), and he was originally the replacement athlete until Teng Haibin withdrew several days ago with an arm injury. Guo performed quite poorly and missed the all-around final. I highly doubt he'll compete at all in the team final because he didn't post any top scores for his team.

    I'm also thrilled that Yovchev made the rings final! He was a bit of a longshot because he had been dealing with some wrist and shoulder injuries this year. Plus he's been very busy since taking on the role of President of the Bulgarian Gymnastics Federation. But I'm really glad he came through and his score held up. I was really nervous for him as the German team finished on rings hoping no one would knock him out, haha.

    I'm still gutted that he was cheated out of the rings gold medal in Athens 2004. Leaves a bitter taste in my mouth icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jul 29, 2012 7:48 AM GMT
    Oh my goodness, there's a half Vietnamese/half German gymnast from the German team. Marcel Nguyen (dad Viet, mom German). Damn he's cute and sexy, too. icon_cool.gificon_cool.gificon_wink.gif

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    Jul 29, 2012 8:07 AM GMT
    Yup...mixed guys are the hottest! icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jul 29, 2012 9:27 AM GMT
    daywalker33 saidYup...mixed guys are the hottest! icon_biggrin.gif


    Yes we are :-)
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    Jul 31, 2012 3:11 AM GMT
    AMAZING Men's Team Final today....

    goes down to the last minute....

    controversial appeal.....

    history made...

    Sorry if you were watching NBC and didn't see what happened, they cut coverage after the American team failed to make the podium

    It was an awesome competition right to the end, hope you get to see it!
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    Jul 31, 2012 6:38 AM GMT
    canuckguy74 saidAMAZING Men's Team Final today....

    goes down to the last minute....

    controversial appeal.....

    history made...

    Sorry if you were watching NBC and didn't see what happened, they cut coverage after the American team failed to make the podium

    It was an awesome competition right to the end, hope you get to see it!


    It was very impressive and the drama of the Japanese dispute just added to the tension.

    Great performance by Team GB (I have to declare an interest). Our first medal in that event for 100 years!
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    Jul 31, 2012 6:40 AM GMT


    Well done GB icon_biggrin.gif


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    Jul 31, 2012 7:07 AM GMT
    So much for that shit.. Typical
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    Jul 31, 2012 7:17 AM GMT
    nicobolsillo saidWhat's wrong with the parallel bars results? I got the results straight from the official Olympic webpage.

    http://www.london2012.com/gymnastics-artistic/event/men-qualifications/phase=gam499900/doc=parallelbars.html


    just kidding im an idiot! i didnt notice the how theres three athletes from one country...haha stupid self.
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    Jul 31, 2012 8:00 AM GMT
    I am a little annoyed by NBC coverage, I meant ok fine the US men screw up, they just cut out their routine after the 3rd rotation, what the. How the hell did they make so many mistakes anyway, coming in 1st from qualification? It was painful to watch Leyva, Orozzo and Mikulak made so many mistakes. And they barely show other nations like Ukrane, Germany's routines. BOO NBC !!

    The Japanese's appeal at the end was controversial. Personally I think the Japanese gymnast did a below than fine dismount, they did not posted the score before and after so we don't know how much points are needed (screw you NBC again so stupid).

    Am I the only one thinking Prince Harry and William look funny after their reactions on the scoreboard?

    Anyway, congrats to team GB, Japan and China. icon_cool.gif