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1950 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

 

1950 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

The 12th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Basel, second largest city of Switzerland in 1950.

Contents

  • Medals 1
  • Men 2
  • All-around 3
  • Apparatus 4
    • Floor exercise 4.1
    • Pommel horse 4.2
    • Rings 4.3
    • Vault 4.4
    • Parallel bars 4.5
    • Horizontal bar 4.6
  • Team final 5
  • Women 6
  • All-around 7
  • Apparatus 8
    • Vault 8.1
    • Uneven bars 8.2
    • Balance beam 8.3
    • Floor exercise 8.4
  • Team final 9
  • References 10

Medals

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1   Switzerland 8 2 5 15
2  Poland 4 0 2 6
3  Sweden 2 1 0 3
4  Finland 1 5 1 7
5  Austria 1 1 1 3
6  France 0 1 4 5
7  Italy 0 1 2 4

Men

All-around

1st Walter Lehmann (SUI)
1st Marcel Adatte (SUI)
3rd Olavi Rove (FIN)

Apparatus

Floor exercise

1st Josef Stalder (SUI)
1st Ernst Gebendinger (SUI)
3rd Raymond Dot (FRA)

Pommel horse

1st Josef Stalder (SUI)
2nd Marcel Adatte (SUI)
3rd Walter Lehmann (SUI)

Rings

1st Walter Lehmann (SUI)
2nd Olavi Rove (FIN)
3rd Hans Eugster (SUI)

Vault

1st Ernst Gebendinger (SUI)
2nd Olavi Rove (FIN)
3rd Walter Lehmann (SUI)

Parallel bars

1st Hans Eugster   Switzerland
2nd Olavi Rove  Finland
3rd Raymond Dot  France

Horizontal bar

1st Paavo Aaltonen (FIN)
2nd Veikko Huhtanen (FIN)
3rd Walter Lehmann (SUI)
3rd Josef Stalder (SUI)

Team final

1st   Switzerland 689.900
2nd  Finland 673.250
3rd  France 671.550

Women

All-around

Medal Country Gymnast
 Poland Helena Rakoczy
 Sweden Anna Pettersson
 Austria Gertchen Kolar

Apparatus

Vault

Medal Country Gymnast
 Poland Helena Rakoczy
 Austria Gertchen Kolar
 France Alexandrine Lemoine

Uneven bars

Medal Country Gymnast
 Sweden Anna Pettersson
 Austria Gertchen Kolar
 Poland Helena Rakoczy

Balance beam

Medal Country Gymnast
 Poland Helena Rakoczy
 Italy Marja Nutti
 Italy Licia Macchini

Floor exercise

Medal Country Gymnast
 Poland Helena Rakoczy
 Yugoslavia Tereza Kočiš
 Poland Stefania Reindlowa

Team final

Medal Country
 Sweden
 France
 Italy

References

  • Sports123
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