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1998 Aerobic Gymnastics World Championships

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1998 Aerobic Gymnastics World Championships

The 4th Aerobic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Catania, Italy from May 15 to May 16, 1998.

Results

Women's Individual

Rank Gymnast Country Point
Yuriko Ito Japan 17.25
Isamara Secati Brazil 16.65
Izabela Lăcătuș Romania 16.60
4 Juanita Little Australia 16.50
5 Chloé Maigre France 16.05
6 Tammy Zoutendyk South Africa 15.95
7 Kylie Carter New Zealand 14.90
8 Orletta Tamantini Italy 14.750
9 Janka Daubner Germany 13.85

Men's Individual

Rank Gymnast Country Point
Jonathan Canada Spain 19.10
Kwang-Soo Park South Korea 17.10
Stanislav Marchenkov Russia 16.95
4 Kaloyan Kaloyanov Bulgaria 16.55
5 Claudiu Moldovan Romania 16.20
6 Dean Wright Australia 16.05
7 Olivier Florid France 15.65
8 Nick Beyeler Switzerland 14.90
9 Marco Bisciaio Italy 13.80

Mixed Pair

Rank Gymnasts Country Point
Tatiana Soloviova, Vladislav Oskner Russia 17.75
Konstantza Popova, Kaloyan Kaloyanov Bulgaria 17.60
Izabela Lăcătuș, Claudiu Varlam Romania 16.10
4 Reka Meszaros, Norbert Baucsek Hungary 15.70
5 Sandra Arrigada, Jaime Salgado Chile 15.35
6 Janka Daubner, Chris Harvey Germany 15.20
7 Henrik Bramsved, Marika Gustafsson Sweden 15.15
8 Erika Perugini, Daniele Pierantonio Italy 13.65
9 Stephan Brecard, Rachel Muller France 13.30

Trio

Rank Gymnasts Country Point
Attila Katus, Tamas Katus, Romeo Szentgyorgyi Hungary 16.55
Dorel Mois, Claudiu Moldovan, Claudiu Varlam Romania 16.25
Maria Holmgren, Helene Nilsson, Kim Wickman Sweden 15.87
4 Stanislav Marchenkov, Vadim Mikhailov, Denis Belikov Russia 15.55
5 Grégory Alcan, Xavier Julien, Olivier Salvan France 15.00
6 Won-Sil Choi, Hyun-Sung Ki, Kwang-Soo Park South Korea 14.95
7 Marie-Catherine Boesa, Jana Heinze, Sandra Schlueter Germany 14.835
8 Yumi Kobayashi, Kumi Sato, Hiroko Watabe Japan 13.758
9 Giacomo Piccoli, Giovanna Lecis, Marco Bisciaio Italy 13.044

Medals table

Rank Nation Total
1 Romania 0 1 2 3
2 Russia 1 0 1 2
2 Spain 1 0 0 1
3 Hungary 1 0 0 1
3 Japan 1 0 0 1
3 Brazil 0 1 0 1
3 Bulgaria 0 1 0 1
3 South Korea 0 1 0 1
3 Sweden 0 0 1 1

References

  • FIG official site
  • UEG European Union of Gymnastics Statistics
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