At the 2004 Games, the twins took home the silver team medal in Athens. Paul also earned a silver medal for the High bar, but it was his gold medal in the All-Around that generated the most attention. He was the first American man to win the All-Around title, however, victory celebrations were brief as the International Gymnastics Federation disputed the Paul's title shortly after crowning him the champ. After admitting that South Korean gymnast Yang Tae Young had been given an incorrect start value, the Federation ruled that Young, and not Hamm, was the true gold medalist. Debates about the medal and scoring controversy continued through the summer, and in September 2004, the Court of Arbitration for Sports in Lausanne, Switzerland, ruled that the original decision for the men's All-Around would stand and that Hamm would remain the gold medalist.