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The 36th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Debrecen, Hungary, in 2002 at Főnix Hall.

The team and all-around events were not contested at the 2002 Worlds. The format was similar to that of the 1992 Worlds, with medals being awarded for the individual WAG and MAG apparatus. There were three rounds of competition: the preliminary round open to everyone; the semi-finals open to the top sixteen qualifiers; and the finals for the top eight gymnasts.

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Results

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Men

Apparatus

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Floor exercise
details
 Marian Drăgulescu (ROU)
9.712
 Jordan Jovtchev (BUL)[1]
9.675
 Paul Hamm (USA)
9.625
High bar
details
 Vlasios Maras (GRE)
9.725
 Ivan Ivankov (BLR)
9.700
 Aljaz Pegan (SLO)
9.700
Parallel bars
details
 Li Xiaopeng (CHN)
9.812
 Mitja Petkovšek (SLO)
9.787
 Alexei Sinkevich (BLR)
9.712
Pommel horse
details
 Marius Urzică (ROU)
9.787
 Xiao Qin (CHN)
9.750
 Takehiro Kashima (JPN)
9.687
Rings
details
 Szilveszter Csollany (HUN)
9.787
 Jordan Jovtchev (BUL)
9.675
 Matteo Morandi (ITA)
9.650
Vault
details
 Li Xiaopeng (CHN)
9.818
 Leszek Blanik (POL)
9.675
 Yang Wei (CHN)
9.631

Women

Apparatus

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Balance beam
details
 Ashley Postell (USA)
9.537
 Oana Ban (ROU)
9.350
 Irina Yarotska (UKR)
9.212
Floor exercise
details
 Elena Gómez (ESP)
9.487
 Verona van de Leur (NED)
9.350
 Samantha Sheehan (USA)
9.325
Uneven bars
details
 Courtney Kupets (USA)
9.550
 Oana Petrovschi (ROU)
9.525
 Ludmila Ezhova (RUS)
9.375
Vault
details
 Elena Zamolodchikova (RUS)
9.443
 Natalia Ziganshina (RUS)
9.393
 Oksana Chusovitina (UZB)
9.387

Medal count

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Romania 2 2 4
2  China 2 1 1 4
3  United States 2 2 4
4  Russia 1 1 1 3
5  Hungary 1 1
 Spain 1 1
 Greece 1 1
8  Bulgaria 2 2
 Slovenia 2 2
9  Belarus 1 1 2
10  Poland 1 1
 Netherlands 1 1
12  Japan 1 1
 Italy 1 1
 Uzbekistan 1 1
 Ukraine 1 1

References

  1. ^ Gervasio Deferr (ESP; 9.700) originally won the silver on this event; he lost his medal in 2003 because he tested positive for marijuana at the competition.

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