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1913 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

 

1913 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

The 6th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Paris, France, in 1913.

Contents

  • Medal table 1
  • Team All-round 2
    • Individual All-round 2.1
    • Pommel horse 2.2
    • Rings 2.3
    • Parallel bars 2.4
    • Horizontal bar 2.5

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1
 Italy
5
1
2
8
2
 France
4
3
0
7
3
2
1
2
5
4
 Belgium
0
0
1
1
 Luxembourg
0
0
1
1

Team All-round

Rank Members Total
1

Josef Czada, Václav Donda, Robert Prazák, Karel Stary, Ferdinand Steiner, Josef Sykora
804,500
2
 France
Aubry, Ben Sadoun, Laurent Grech, Marquelet, Louis Ségura, Marco Torrès
777,750
3

Pietro Bianchi, Guido Boni, Osvaldo Palazzi, Guido Romano, Paolo Salvi, Giorgio Zampori
772,250

Individual All-round

Rank Nationality Athlete Total
1
 France Marco Torrès 142,000
2
¹ Karel Stary 141,500
3
¹ Josef Sykora 136,500

Pommel horse

Rank Nationality Athlete Total
1
Giorgio Zampori 19,750
2
Marco Torrès 19,250
N. Aubry 19,250
Osvaldo Palazzo 19,250

Rings

Rank Nationality Athlete Total
1
Laurent Grech 19,750
Marco Torrès 19,750
Giorgio Zampori 19,750
Guido Boni 19,750

Parallel bars

Rank Nationality Athlete Total
1
Giorgio Zampori 20,000
Guido Boni 20,000
3
Pierre Hentges 19,500

Horizontal bar

Rank Nationality Athlete Total
1
Marco Torrès 20,000
¹ Josef Cada 20,000
3
A. Demol 19,500
Osvaldo Palazzi 19,500
¹ Josef Sykora 19,500
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