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1905 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

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1905 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

The 2nd Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Bordeaux, France, in 1905.

Dutch gymnastics team

Medals

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France 6 3 5 14
2  Netherlands - 1 - 1
3  Belgium - - 1 1

All Around

Rank Athlete Total
1. Marcel Lalue 185.500
2. Daniel Lavielle 184.250
3. Lucien Démanet 179.250

Team Competition

Rank Members Total
1.  France
Lucien Démanet, Marcel Lalu, Daniel Lavielle, Joseph Martinez, Pierre Payssé
990.000
2.  Netherlands
F.J.W. Lambert, J.H. Reeder, J.H.A.G. Schmitt
941.750
3.  Belgium
Jean de Hoe, Paul Mangin, Auguste van Ackere, Albert van de Roye, Leon van de Roye, Vital Verdickt
906.750

High Bar

Rank Athlete Total
1. Marcel Lalue 36.000
2. Joseph Martinez 35.750
3. Pierre Paysse 35.500
3. Lucien Démanet 35.500

Parallel

Rank Athlete Total
1. Josef Martinez 33.500
1. Marcel Lalue 33.500
3. Pierre Paysse 32.750

Pommel Horse

Rank Athlete Total
1. Georges Dejagere 34.750
2. Marcel Lalue 34.500
3. Daniel Lavielle 33.750
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