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Gymnastics at the 1980 Moskva Summer Games:

Women's Uneven Bars

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Host City: Moskva, Soviet Union
Venue(s): Palace of Sports, Central Lenin Stadium Area, Moskva
Date Started: July 21, 1980
Date Finished: July 25, 1980

Gold: GDR Maxi Gnauck
Silver: ROU Emilia Eberle
Bronze: GDR Steffi Kräker
ROU Melita Ruhn
URS Mariya Filatova

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. East Germany’s Maxi Gnauck had shared the 1979 World Championship title with China’s Ma Yanhong, but the Chinese did not compete at Moskva. In her absence, Gnauck won the 1980 Olympic gold medal because of her leading score in qualifying. In the final round, five of the six gymnasts scored 9.90, as did Gnauck, with silver going to Romanian Emilia Eberle, and the bronze shared by three gymnasts – Soviet Mariya Filatova, Romanian Melita Rühn, and East German Steffi Kräker.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS
1 Maxi Gnauck 15 East Germany GDR Gold 19.875
2 Emilia Eberle 16 Romania ROU Silver 19.850
3T Steffi Kräker 20 East Germany GDR Bronze 19.775
3T Melita Ruhn 15 Romania ROU Bronze 19.775
3T Mariya Filatova 19 Soviet Union URS Bronze 19.775
6 Nelli Kim 22 Soviet Union URS 19.725
3T QR Nataliya Shaposhnikova 19 Soviet Union URS
3T QR Márta Egervári 23 Hungary HUN
9T QR Katharina Rensch 15 East Germany GDR
9T QR Stella Zakharova 17 Soviet Union URS
9T QR Erika Csányi 15 Hungary HUN
9T QR Eva Marečková 16 Czechoslovakia TCH
9T QR Yelena Davydova 18 Soviet Union URS
14T QR Katarína Šarišská 14 Czechoslovakia TCH
14T QR Birgit Süß 18 East Germany GDR
16 QR Radka Zemanová 16 Czechoslovakia TCH
17T QR Éva Óvári 18 Hungary HUN
17T QR Rodica Dunca 15 Romania ROU
17T QR Yelena Naimushina 15 Soviet Union URS
20T QR Nadia Comăneci 18 Romania ROU
20T QR Karola Sube 16 East Germany GDR
22T QR Dana Brýdlová 16 Czechoslovakia TCH
22T QR Cristina Elena Grigoraş 14 Romania ROU
24 QR Silviya Topalova 16 Bulgaria BUL
25T QR Silvia Hindorff 19 East Germany GDR
25T QR Lenke Almási 15 Hungary HUN
27T QR Krasimira Toneva 15 Bulgaria BUL
27T QR Anita Šauerová 17 Czechoslovakia TCH
27T QR Jana Labáková 14 Czechoslovakia TCH
27T QR Łucja Matraszek-Chydzińska 26 Poland POL
31T QR Erzsébet Hanti 15 Hungary HUN
31T QR Erika Flander 15 Hungary HUN
33T QR Kameliya Eftimova 14 Bulgaria BUL
33T QR Dumitriţa Turner 16 Romania ROU
35 QR Małgorzata Majza 15 Poland POL
36T QR Galina Marinova 15 Bulgaria BUL
36T QR Anita Jokiel 13 Poland POL
38T QR Dimitrinka Filipova 14 Bulgaria BUL
38T QR Antoaneta Rakhneva 17 Bulgaria BUL
40 QR Agata Jaroszek-Karczmarek 16 Poland POL
41T QR Aurora Morata 19 Spain ESP
41T QR Irene Martínez 14 Spain ESP
43T QR Katarzyna Snopko 14 Poland POL
43T QR Choe Jong-Sil 14 North Korea PRK
45T QR Denise Jones 17 Great Britain GBR
45T QR Marina Sulicich 16 Australia AUS
47 QR Estela de la Torre 15 Mexico MEX
48 QR Wiesława Żelaskowska 15 Poland POL
49 QR Suzanne Dando 19 Great Britain GBR
50T QR Kerry Bayliss 18 Australia AUS
50T QR Lena Adomat 16 Sweden SWE
50T QR Lo Ok-Sil 14 North Korea PRK
53 QR Susan Cheesebrough 20 Great Britain GBR
54 QR Kim Chun-Son 19 North Korea PRK
55T QR Sin Myong-Ok 14 North Korea PRK
55T QR Davaasürengiin Oyuuntuyaa 13 Mongolia MGL
57 QR Kang Myong-Suk 14 North Korea PRK
58 QR Dashzevgiin Ariunaa 14 Mongolia MGL
59 QR Cláudia Costa 18 Brazil BRA
60 QR Choi Myong-Hui 14 North Korea PRK
61 QR Avelina Alvarez 18 Portugal POR
62 QR Gloria Viseras 15 Spain ESP