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1926 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

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Subject: Peter Šumi, Josip Primožič, Marcel Lalu, Michael Reusch, Eizo Kenmotsu
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1926 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

The 8th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Lyon, in 1926.

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  Czechoslovakia 3 4 4 11
2  Yugoslavia 3 2 1 6
3  France 0 0 1 1

Team All-round

Rank Members Total
1
 Czechoslovakia
Josef Effenberger, Jan Gajdos, Jan Karafiát, Frantisek Pechácek, Ladislav Riessner, Bedřich Šupčík, Ladislav Vácha, Václav Vesely
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2
 Yugoslavia
Stane Derganc, Miha Osvald, Josip Primožič, Leon Stukelj, Peter Sumi, Srecko Srsen, Stane Vidmar, Oton Zupan
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3
 France
François Gangloff, Marcel Gorisse, Jean Gounot, Ernest Heeb, Alfred Krauss, Armand Solbach
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Individual all-round

Rank Nationality Athlete Total
1
 Yugoslavia Peter Šumi 168,550
2
 Czechoslovakia Jule Joseph Effenberger 168,288
3
 Czechoslovakia Ladislav Vácha 165,046

Pommel horse

Rank Nationality Athlete Total
1
 Czechoslovakia Jan Karafiat
-
2
 Czechoslovakia Jan Gajdos
-
3
 Czechoslovakia Ladislav Vácha
-

Rings

Rank Nationality Athlete Total
1
 Yugoslavia Leon Štukelj
-
2
 Czechoslovakia Ladislav Vácha
-
3
 Czechoslovakia Bedřich Šupčík
-

Parallel bars

Rank Nationality Athlete Total
1
 Czechoslovakia Ladislav Vácha
-
2
 Czechoslovakia Jan Gajdos
-
3
 Yugoslavia Leon Štukelj
-

Horizontal bar

Rank Nationality Athlete Total
1
 Yugoslavia Leon Štukelj
-
2
 Yugoslavia Josip Primožič
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3
 Czechoslovakia Ladislav Vácha
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