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    SPOILER men's Gymnastics Team Final




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    Men's team final



    Gold - Japan

    Silver - U.S.A.

    Bronze - Romania

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    The Japanese are back in gymnastics. Nice for the USA and Romania.

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joesitz
    The Japanese are back in gymnastics. Nice for the USA and Romania.

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    Romania's first team medal! USA's first medal in 20 years, and Japan's first gold in 24...a big night for gymnastics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thisthingcalledlove
    ...a big night for gymnastics.
    But not for the Chinese team! :(

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    But not for the Chinese team!
    I know! How sad! Especially after that fluff piece where they pretty much said "nothing less than gold" would be good enough for China. I feel bad for them. They were spectacular on the pommel horse.

    BTW, who the made the apparatus finals? I tried to look on the NBC site, but they haven't updated it.

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    Morgan Hamm and I are getting married, unless that is, he sounds like his brother when he talks. I couldnt help but laugh when he opened his mouth for the first time in an interview after clinching the team silver... its like when you first hear mike tyson's little voice. You just expect something stronger and lower from such a burely athlete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BronzeisGolden
    I know! How sad! Especially after that fluff piece where they pretty much said "nothing less than gold" would be good enough for China. I feel bad for them. They were spectacular on the pommel horse.

    BTW, who the made the apparatus finals? I tried to look on the NBC site, but they haven't updated it.
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    Floor
    Qualif.
    Order Bib Name NOC Qual.
    Score
    1 190 DRAGULESCU Marian ROM 9.762
    2 134 DEFERR Gervasio ESP 9.750
    3 114 SHEWFELT Kyle CAN 9.737
    4 221 HAMM Morgan USA 9.725
    5 175 YONEDA Isao JPN 9.725
    6 222 HAMM Paul USA 9.725
    7 172 NAKANO Daisuke JPN 9.725
    8 108 JOVTCHEV Jordan BUL 9.700
    Reserves
    R1 185 YANG Tae Young KOR 9.700
    R2 240 YERIMBETOV Yernar KAZ 9.687
    R3 246 RI Jong Song PRK 9.675

    Pommel Horse
    Qualif.
    Order Bib Name NOC Qual.
    Score
    1 195 URZICA Marius Daniel ROM 9.812
    2 170 KASHIMA Takehiro JPN 9.812
    3 122 TENG Haibin CHN 9.800
    4 173 TOMITA Hiroyuki JPN 9.750
    5 131 CANO Victor ESP 9.750
    6 238 ALEXANDERSSON Runar ISL 9.737
    7 222 HAMM Paul USA 9.737
    8 120 HUANG Xu CHN 9.737
    Reserves
    R1 194 SUCIU Ioan Silviu ROM 9.712
    R2 150 ANDERGASSEN Thomas GER 9.712
    R3 221 HAMM Morgan USA 9.700

    Rings
    Qualif.
    Order Bib Name NOC Qual.
    Score
    1 236 TAMPAKOS Dimosthenis GRE 9.850
    2 108 JOVTCHEV Jordan BUL 9.812
    3 164 MORANDI Matteo ITA 9.775
    4 163 CHECHI Yuri ITA 9.762
    5 140 BENY Pierre Yves FRA 9.750
    6 173 TOMITA Hiroyuki JPN 9.750
    7 205 SAFOSHKIN Alexander RUS 9.750
    8 248 SCHWEIZER Andreas SUI 9.737
    Reserves
    R1 215 ZOZULIA Roman UKR 9.725
    R2 125 YANG Wei CHN 9.712
    R3 120 HUANG Xu CHN 9.712

    Vault
    Qualif.
    Order Bib Name NOC Qual.
    Score
    1 121 LI Xiaopeng CHN 9.800
    2 200 BONDARENKO Alexei RUS 9.750
    3 241 SAPRONENKO Evgeni LAT 9.706
    4 190 DRAGULESCU Marian ROM 9.662
    5 114 SHEWFELT Kyle CAN 9.649
    6 134 DEFERR Gervasio ESP 9.631
    7 109 YANEV Filip BUL 9.625
    8 237 GAL Robert HUN 9.543
    Reserves
    R1 141 CARANOBE Benoit FRA 9.506
    R2 193 SELARIU Razvan Dorin ROM 9.468
    R3 240 YERIMBETOV Yernar KAZ 9.431

    Parallel Bars
    Qualif.
    Order Bib Name NOC Qual.
    Score
    1 172 NAKANO Daisuke JPN 9.800
    2 173 TOMITA Hiroyuki JPN 9.787
    3 121 LI Xiaopeng CHN 9.787
    4 103 IVANKOV Ivan BLR 9.762
    5 222 HAMM Paul USA 9.762
    6 142 CUCHERAT Yann FRA 9.750
    7 211 GONCHAROV Valeri UKR 9.737
    8 240 YERIMBETOV Yernar KAZ 9.725
    Reserves
    R1 145 MOUNARD Johan FRA 9.725
    R2 215 ZOZULIA Roman UKR 9.712
    R3 220 GATSON Jason USA 9.712

    Horizontal Bar
    Qualif.
    Order Bib Name NOC Qual.
    Score
    1 175 YONEDA Isao JPN 9.800
    2 162 CASSINA Igor ITA 9.775
    3 172 NAKANO Daisuke JPN 9.775
    4 123 XIAO Qin CHN 9.750
    5 222 HAMM Paul USA 9.750
    6 221 HAMM Morgan USA 9.737
    7 204 NEMOV Alexei RUS 9.737
    8 152 HAMBUECHEN Fabian GER 9.737
    9 211 GONCHAROV Valeri UKR 9.737
    10 185 YANG Tae Young KOR 9.737
    Reserves
    R1 235 MARAS Vlasios GRE 9.725
    R2 184 LEE Sun Sung KOR 9.712
    R3 103 IVANKOV Ivan BLR 9.700

    Vault
    Qualif.
    Order Bib Name NOC Qual.
    Score
    1 384 ROSU Monica ROM 9.650
    2 373 KANG Yun Mi PRK 9.574
    3 395 ZAMOLODCHIKOVA Elena RUS 9.456
    4 351 CHACON Coralie FRA 9.437
    5 394 PAVLOVA Anna RUS 9.424
    6 412 HATCH Annia USA 9.418
    7 404 KVASHA Alona UKR 9.381
    8 335 WANG Tiantian CHN 9.381
    Reserves
    R1 405 SHERBATYKH Olga UKR 9.337
    R2 331 CHENG Fei CHN 9.300
    R3 410 BHARDWAJ Mohini USA 9.262

    Asymetric Bars
    Qualif.
    Order Bib Name NOC Qual.
    Score
    1 392 KHORKINA Svetlana RUS 9.750
    2 334 LIN Li CHN 9.700
    3 333 LI Ya CHN 9.675
    4 354 LEPENNEC Emilie FRA 9.662
    5 414 KUPETS Courtney USA 9.637
    6 385 SOFRONIE Nicoleta Daniela ROM 9.625
    7 413 HUMPHREY Terin USA 9.625
    8 375 PYON Kwang Sun PRK 9.600
    Reserves
    R1 403 KRASNYNSKA Irina UKR 9.575
    R2 365 TWEDDLE Elizabeth GBR 9.575
    R3 313 HYPOLITO Daniele BRA 9.575

    Beam
    Qualif.
    Order Bib Name NOC Qual.
    Score
    1 383 PONOR Catalina ROM 9.775
    2 416 PATTERSON Carly USA 9.725
    3 382 EREMIA Alexandra Georgiana ROM 9.687
    4 394 PAVLOVA Anna RUS 9.637
    5 333 LI Ya CHN 9.600
    6 306 SLATER Allana AUS 9.587
    7 336 ZHANG Nan CHN 9.550
    8 414 KUPETS Courtney USA 9.550
    Reserves
    R1 346 MORO Sara ESP 9.487
    R2 406 YAROTSKA Irina UKR 9.475
    R3 391 EZHOVA Liudmila RUS 9.462

    Floor
    Qualif.
    Order Bib Name NOC Qual.
    Score
    1 383 PONOR Catalina ROM 9.687
    2 331 CHENG Fei CHN 9.650
    3 312 dos SANTOS Daiane BRA 9.637
    4 381 BAN Oana ROM 9.600
    5 345 MORENO Patricia ESP 9.587
    6 325 RICHARDSON Kate CAN 9.562
    7 402 KOZICH Alina UKR 9.562
    8 410 BHARDWAJ Mohini USA 9.525
    Reserves
    R1 416 PATTERSON Carly USA 9.500
    R2 343 GOMEZ Elena ESP 9.500
    R3 401 AKHUNU Mirabella UKR 9.475

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    Oh, the Japanese men were so beautiful on high bar!!

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    What was that business of the 9.125 on rings for Gatson? Something about an "unfinished routine?"

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    I have to tell you something funny that happened during the qualifying round. RG Jr. saw Paul get up to do a routine right after Morgan, and she asked "Why does he have to do it again?"

    She didn't know they were twins (or brothers, for that matter)--but she thought it was really funny when I explained it to her!! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Longhornliz
    Morgan Hamm and I are getting married, unless that is, he sounds like his brother when he talks. I couldnt help but laugh when he opened his mouth for the first time in an interview after clinching the team silver... its like when you first hear mike tyson's little voice. You just expect something stronger and lower from such a burely athlete.
    That is soo funny. I was taken back by his voice. Wow he needs a little base in his voice.

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    There have been threads on Gymnastics boards about "girlie" voices for years.

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    Now, let's not pick on the gymnasts. Have you ever heard soccer star David Beckham speak? Talk about high-pitched and lacking in bass...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Longhornliz
    Morgan Hamm and I are getting married, unless that is, he sounds like his brother when he talks. I couldnt help but laugh when he opened his mouth for the first time in an interview after clinching the team silver... its like when you first hear mike tyson's little voice. You just expect something stronger and lower from such a burely athlete.

    A lot of those guys seem to talk like that. I personally think it has to do with the proximity of their private parts to the pommel horse; they hit the thing too many times while learning the apparatus during their formative years......

    I have to wonder what the fallout and consequences are going to be for the Chinese team. It's probably not going to be pretty...... :( :( :(

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    Interesting with Gymnastics and other judging Sports that a fall is marked down severely, and a mishap is marked down sufficiently. Not so in figure skating, the judges would say: oh, he/she caught an edge (for the fall) or that little bobble should be overlooked. The worst is "I saw him do it in practice".

    When will figure skating learn it's what one does on THAT NIGHT and no excuses. Those poor Chinese may well be the best in gymnastics but they weren't THAT NIGHT.

    Joe

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