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Gymnastics at the 1980 Moskva Summer Games:

Men's Floor Exercise

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Host City: Moskva, Soviet Union
Venue(s): Palace of Sports, Central Lenin Stadium Area, Moskva
Date Started: July 20, 1980
Date Finished: July 25, 1980

Gold: GDR Roland Brückner
Silver: URS Nikolay Andrianov
Bronze: URS Aleksandr Dityatin

Summary

The format was the same as in 1976, with the best six gymnasts in the team all-around advancing to the apparatus final, but only two gymnasts from each nation could advance to the finals. The final apparatus score made up of 50% of the all-around total and a final optional program. Soviet Nikolay Andrianov was the defending champion, but the 1978-79 World Champion had been American [Kurt Thomas], who could not compete because of the USA-led boycott. In 1979 Thomas had shared the World title with East German Roland Brückner, who took the gold medal in Moskva, followed by Andrianov and his teammate Aleksandr Dityatin. The floor exercise always ends the apparatus finals, and with his bronze medal, Dityatin became the first Olympic athlete to win eight medals at one Olympic Games, as he won three gold, four silver, and one bronze.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS
1 Roland Brückner 24 East Germany GDR Gold 19.750
2 Nikolay Andrianov 27 Soviet Union URS Silver 19.725
3 Aleksandr Dityatin 22 Soviet Union URS Bronze 19.700
4 Jiří Tabák 24 Czechoslovakia TCH 19.675
5 Péter Kovács 20 Hungary HUN 19.425
6 Lutz Hoffmann 21 East Germany GDR 18.725
5T QR Eduard Azaryan 22 Soviet Union URS
5T QR Bohdan Makuts 20 Soviet Union URS
8 QR Aleksandr Tkachov 22 Soviet Union URS
10T QR Lutz Mack 27 East Germany GDR
10T QR Vladimir Markelov 22 Soviet Union URS
12 QR Stoyan Delchev 21 Bulgaria BUL
13 QR Zoltán Magyar 26 Hungary HUN
14 QR Michael Nikolay 23 East Germany GDR
15T QR Ferenc Donáth 26 Hungary HUN
15T QR Andreas Bronst 22 East Germany GDR
15T QR István Vámos 22 Hungary HUN
15T QR Casimiro Suárez 18 Cuba CUB
15T QR Aurelian Georgescu 21 Romania ROU
15T QR Plamen Petkov 20 Bulgaria BUL
21T QR Ralf-Peter Hemmann 21 East Germany GDR
21T QR Andrzej Szajna 30 Poland POL
23 QR Kurt Szilier 23 Romania ROU
24T QR György Guczoghy 18 Hungary HUN
24T QR Michel Boutard 24 France FRA
26T QR Jan Zoulík 23 Czechoslovakia TCH
26T QR Jan Migdau 22 Czechoslovakia TCH
28T QR Rumen Petkov 20 Bulgaria BUL
28T QR Yanko Radanchev 23 Bulgaria BUL
30T QR Mario Castro 18 Cuba CUB
30T QR Song Sun-Bong 27 North Korea PRK
30T QR Dancho Yordanov 21 Bulgaria BUL
33T QR Dan Grecu 29 Romania ROU
33T QR Rudolf Babiak 24 Czechoslovakia TCH
33T QR Miloslav Kučeřík 21 Czechoslovakia TCH
36T QR Zoltán Kelemen 21 Hungary HUN
36T QR Henri Boërio 28 France FRA
36T QR Willi Moy 24 France FRA
36T QR Han Gwang-Song 22 North Korea PRK
40T QR Nicolae Oprescu 27 Romania ROU
40T QR Sorin Cepoi 23 Romania ROU
42 QR Kang Gwang-Song 24 North Korea PRK
43T QR Jozef Konečný 26 Czechoslovakia TCH
43T QR Kim Gwang-Jin 23 North Korea PRK
43T QR Ognyan Bangiev 24 Bulgaria BUL
46 QR Romulus Bucuroiu 24 Romania ROU
47 QR Tommy Wilson 26 Great Britain GBR
48T QR Enrique Bravo 25 Cuba CUB
48T QR Barry Winch 22 Great Britain GBR
48T QR Joël Suty 20 France FRA
51 QR Keith Langley 19 Great Britain GBR
52 QR Marc Touchais 22 France FRA
53 QR João Luiz Ribeiro 21 Brazil BRA
54 QR Gabriel Calvo 24 Spain ESP
55T QR José de la Casa 23 Spain ESP
55T QR Waldemar Woźniak 25 Poland POL
55T QR Li Su-Gil 16 North Korea PRK
58 QR Fernando Bertrand 25 Spain ESP
59 QR Lindsay Nylund 22 Australia AUS
60 QR Yves Bouquel 25 France FRA
61T QR Jorge Roche 22 Cuba CUB
61T QR Miguel Arroyo 18 Cuba CUB
63 QR Krzysztof Potaczek 22 Poland POL
64 QR Cho Hun 22 North Korea PRK
65 QR Roberto Richards 26 Cuba CUB