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The final of the men's team all-around event at the 2012 Olympic Games was held on July 30, 2012 at the North Greenwich Arena in London. Eight teams qualified to compete in the final based on their scores from the qualification round held on July 28, 2012. Each team consisted of five members and three competed on each apparatus with all scores counting to the team's final score.

Qualification RoundEdit

The qualification round was held on July 28, 2012 and each team put up four gymnasts on each apparatus with the lowest score being dropped on each. The top eight teams moved on the the final round.

RANK COUNTRY TOTAL
1 United States of America 275.342
2 Russia 272.595
3 Great Britain 272.420
4 Germany 270.888
5 Japan 270.503
6 China 269.985
7 Ukraine 269.810
8 France 265.759
9 Spain 265.587
10 Romania 262.567
11 Italy 262.085
12 South Korea 255.327

Final ResultsEdit

RANK COUNTRY FLOOR POMMEL HORSE RINGS VAULT PARALLEL BARS HIGH BAR TOTAL
GOLD China 45.133 43.833 44.899 48.316 46.750 47.066 275.997
Chen Yibing 14.733 15.800
Feng Zhe 14.400 14.533 16.226 15.950 15.000
Guo Weiyang 14.600 14.566 15.200
Zhang Chenglong 14.900 14.500 16.200 15.600 15.666
Zou Kai 15.833 15.900 16.400
SILVER Japan 44.733 42.365 45.699 45.971 46.282 46.899 271.952
Ryohei Kato 15.300 14.766 16.041
Kazuhito Tanaka 13.733 13.433 15.366 15.166
Yusuke Tanaka 15.200 15.500 16.000
Kohei Uchimura 15.700 14.166 15.133 15.900 15.416 15.733
Koji Yamamuro 15.366 14.033
BRONZE Great Britain 46.132 45.932 43.066 48.182 44.566 43.833 271.711
Sam Oldham 14.033 14.966 14.000
Daniel Purvis 15.533 14.733 14.600 15.966 14.800 14.633
Louis Smith 15.966
Kristian Thomas 15.433 14.433 16.550 15.200
Max Whitlock 15.166 15.233 15.666 14.800
4 Ukraine 44.065 44.966 45.699 48.065 44.733 43.998 271.526
Mykola Kuksenkov 15.100 15.233 15.200 15.266
Vitalii Nakonechnyi 14.333 14.866 14.266
Igor Radivilov 15.433 16.066
Oleg Stepko 14.866 15.000 15.033 15.733 13.933
Oleg Verniaiev 14.866 16.266 15.600 14.466
5 United States of America 45.266 40.633 45.257 46.632 45.765 46.399 269.952
Jake Dalton 15.466 15.033 16.066
Jonathan Horton 15.266 15.200
Danell Leyva 15.200 13.400 15.366 15.866
Sam Mikulak 14.600 14.500 15.966 15.266
John Orozco 12.733 14.958 14.600 15.133 15.333
6 Russia 45.308 42.299 46.132 46.866 43.965 45.033 269.603
Denis Ablyazin 15.475 15.616 16.400
Aleksandr Balandin 15.816 13.466
David Belyavskiy 14.933 12.933 16.133 15.433 14.833
Emin Garibov 14.833 14.700 15.066 15.600
Igor Pakhomenko 14.900 14.533 14.333 14.600
7 Germany 45.199 40.466 44.824 47.032 45.433 45.065

268.019

Philipp Boy 14.800 13.200 15.566 13.766
Fabian Hambuchen 15.066 14.858 15.633 15.400 16.166
Sebastian Krimmer 14.733 14.533
Marcel Nguyen 15.333 15.133 15.833 15.500 15.133
Andreas Toba 12.533 14.833
8 France 44.066 45.265 43.432 44.473 45.290 42.915 265.441
Pierre Yves Beny 14.333 15.033 14.466 14.566 14.591 13.266
Yann Cucherat
Gael de Silva 15.200 14.633 15.466 14.766 14.766
Hamilton Sabot 14.766 14.333 14.833 14.833
Cyril Tommasone 14.533 15.466 14.441

A controversary erupted when Japan filed an appeal on Kohei Uchimura's pommel horse dismount. After reviewing the tape Uchimura's score was increased by 0.7 and moved Japan into silver position and Great Britain down to bronze and Ukraine off the medal stand.

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