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The 35th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Ghent, Belgium, in 2001 at the Flanders Sports Arena. This was the first Worlds at which the 6-3-3--six athletes per team, three compete, all three scores count--format was used in team finals. 2001 Worlds was also the last World Championships in which three gymnasts per country were permitted to advance to the all-around finals.

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Results

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Men

All-round

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
details
 Feng Jing (CHN)
56.211
 Ivan Ivankov (BLR)
56.124
 Jordan Jovtchev (BUL)
56.058
Team
details
 Belarus (BLR)
Ivan Ivankov
Alexander Kruzhylov
Dimitri Kaspiarovich
Vitali Valinchuk
Denis Savenkov
Alexei Sinkevich

169.622
 United States (USA)[1]
Raj Bhavsar
Paul Hamm
Stephen McCain
Sean Townsend
Guard Young
Brett McClure

166.845
 Ukraine (UKR)
Roman Zozulya
Ruslan Myezyentsev
Andrei Mykaylichenko
Andrei Lipski
Alexander Beresch
Sergei Vialtsev

165.483

Apparatus

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Floor exercise
details
 Jordan Jovtchev (BUL)
9.550
 Igors Vihrovs (LAT)
9.425
 Marian Drăgulescu (ROU)
9.550
Horizontal bar
details
 Vlasios Maras (GRE)
9.737
 Alexander Beresch (UKR)
9.725
 Philippe Rizzo (AUS)
9.725
Parallel bars
details
 Sean Townsend (USA)
9.700
 Eric Lopez (CUB)
9.675
 Ivan Ivankov (BLR)
9.637
Pommel horse
details
 Marius Urzică (ROU)
9.800
 Xiao Qin (CHN)
9.775
 Alexander Beresch (UKR)
9.662
Rings
details
 Jordan Jovtchev (BUL)
9.775
 Szilveszter Csollany (HUN)
9.712
 Andrea Coppolino (ITA)
9.650
Vault
details
 Marian Drăgulescu (ROU)
9.668
 Jevgēņijs Saproņenko (LAT)
9.643
 Charles Tamayo (CUB)
9.624

Women

All-round

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual
details
 Svetlana Khorkina (RUS)
37.617
 Natalia Ziganchina (RUS)
37.305
 Andreea Răducan (ROU)
36.949
Team
details
 Romania (ROU)
Andreea Răducan
Loredana Boboc
Andrea Ulmeanu
Silvia Stroescu
Sabina Cojocar
Carmen Ionescu

110.209
 Russia (RUS)
Svetlana Khorkina
Ludmila Ezhova
Elena Zamolodchikova
Maria Zassypkina
Natalia Ziganchina

109.023
 United States (USA)
Mohini Bhardwaj
Katie Heenan
Ashley Miles
Tasha Schwikert
Rachel Tidd
Tabitha Yim

108.514

Apparatus

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Balance beam
details
 Andreea Răducan (ROU)
9.662
 Ludmila Ezhova (RUS)
9.650
 Xiaojiao Sun (CHN)
9.575
Floor exercise
details
 Andreea Răducan (ROU)
9.550
 Daniele Hypolito (BRA)
9.487
 Svetlana Khorkina (RUS)
9.375
Uneven bars
details
 Svetlana Khorkina (RUS)
9.437
 Renske Endel (NED)
9.425
 Katie Heenan (USA)
9.212
Vault
details
 Svetlana Khorkina (RUS)
9.412
 Oksana Chusovitina (UZB)
9.349
 Andreea Răducan (ROU)
9.243

Medal count

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Romania 6 2 8
2  Russia 3 3 1 7
3  Bulgaria 2 1 3
4  United States 1 1 2 4
5  China 1 1 1 '3
 Belarus 1 1 1 3
7  Greece 1 1
8  Ukraine 1 2 3
9  Latvia 1 1 2
 Cuba 1 1 2
11  Australia 1 1
 Hungary 1 1
 Uzbekistan 1 1
 Netherlands 1 1
 Brazil 1 1
16  Italy 1 1

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