1911 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

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The 5th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Turin, Italy, in 1911.[1][2][3]

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1
 Czechoslovakia1
4
1
4
9
2
 Italy
2
3
3
8
3
 France2
0
5
3
8
4
 Yugoslavia3
0
0
1
1
Notes

1 Official documents from the International Gymnastics Federation credit medals earned by athletes from Bohemia (BOH) as medals for Czechoslovakia (TCH).[3]
2 Some sources erroneously claim that Jules Labéeu represented Belgium, while, in fact, he represented France.[3]
3 The bronze medal earned by Stane Vidmar, originally from Austria-Hungary, is officially credited by the International Gymnastics Federation as a medal for Yugoslavia (YUG), even though the nation did not exist at the time.

Medal summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team all-around  Czechoslovakia
Josef Cada
Frantisek Erben
Karel Pitl
Karel Stary
Ferdinand Steiner
Svatopluk Svoboda
 France
Antoine Costa
Marco Torrès
Jules Labéeu
M. Maucerier
Jules Lecoutre
Dominique Follacci
 Italy
Osvaldo Palazzi
Giorgio Zampori
Paolo Salvi
Pietro Bianchi
Guido Romano
Francesco Loi
Individual all-around  Ferdinand Steiner (TCH)  Josef Cada (TCH)  Karel Stary (TCH)
 Svatopluk Svoboda (TCH)
Pommel horse  Osvaldo Palazzi (ITA)  Giorgio Zampori (ITA)
 Paolo Salvi (ITA)
N/A
Rings  Ferdinand Steiner (TCH)  Antoine Costa (FRA)
 Dominique Follacci (FRA)
 Pietro Bianchi (ITA)
N/A
Parallel bars  Giorgio Zampori (ITA)  Dominique Follacci (FRA)  Jules Labéeu (FRA)
 Antoine Costa (FRA)
 Jules Lecoutre (FRA)
 Paolo Salvi (ITA)
 Ferdinand Steiner (TCH)
 Stane Vidmar (YUG)
Horizontal bar  Josef Cada (TCH)  Marco Torrès (FRA)  Giorgio Romano (ITA)
 Svatopluk Svoboda (TCH)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Historical Medalists - Individual
  2. ^ Historical Medalists - Team
  3. ^ a b c Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique (2005). 125th Anniversary - The story goes on... FIG. p. 62.