1954 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

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The 13th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Rome, the capital of Italy, on June 28 - July 1, 1954.

Medals[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  USSR 12 3 5 20
2  Japan 2 1 1 4
3  Czechoslovakia 1 3 1 5
4  Hungary 1 1 1 3
5  Sweden 1 0 2 3
6   Switzerland 0 2 2 4
7  West Germany 0 2 1 3
8  Poland 0 0 2 2

Men[edit]

All-around[edit]

1st Soviet Union Victor Chukarin (URS) 115.450
1st Soviet Union Valentin Muratov (URS) 115.450
3rd Soviet Union Hrant Shahinyan (URS) 114.600

Apparatus[edit]

Floor exercise[edit]

1st Japan Masao Takemoto (JPN) 19.250
1st Soviet Union Valentin Muratov (URS) 19.250
3rd Sweden Karl William Thoresson (SWE) 19.200

Pommel horse[edit]

1st Soviet Union Hrant Shahinyan (URS) 19.300
2nd Switzerland Josef Stalder (SUI) 19.250
3rd Soviet Union Victor Chukarin (URS) 19.200

Rings[edit]

1st Soviet Union Albert Azaryan (URS) 19.750
2nd Soviet Union Yevgeny Korolkov (URS) 19.550
3rd Soviet Union Valentin Muratov (URS) 19.500

Vault[edit]

1st Czechoslovakia Leo Sotornik (TCH) 19.250
2nd West Germany Helmuth Bantz (FRG) 19.200
3rd Soviet Union Sergei Dzhayani (URS) 19.100

Parallel bars[edit]

1st Soviet Union Victor Chukarin (URS) 19.600
2nd Switzerland Josef Stalder (SUI) 19.550
3rd West Germany Helmuth Bantz (FRG) 19.400
3rd Japan Masao Takemoto (JPN) 19.400
3rd Switzerland Hans Eugster (SUI) 19.400

Horizontal bar[edit]

1st Soviet Union Valentin Muratov (URS) 19.700
2nd West Germany Helmuth Bantz (FRG) 19.400
2nd Soviet Union Boris Shakhlin (URS) 19.400

Team final[edit]

1st  USSR 689.900
2nd  Japan 673.250
3rd   Switzerland 671.550

Women[edit]

All-around[edit]

1st Soviet Union Galina Rud'ko (URS) 75.680
2nd Czechoslovakia Eva Bosáková (TCH) 75.110
3rd Poland Helena Rakoczy (POL) 74.370

Apparatus[edit]

Vault[edit]

1st Sweden Anna Petersen (SWE) 18.960
1st Soviet Union Tamara Manina (URS) 18.960
3rd Sweden Evy Bergren (SWE) 18.930

Uneven bars[edit]

1st Hungary Ágnes Keleti (HUN) 19.460
2nd Soviet Union Galina Rud'ko (URS) 19.330
3rd Poland Helena Rakoczy (POL) 19.200

Balance beam[edit]

1st Japan Keiko Tanaka (JPN) 18.890
2nd Czechoslovakia Eva Bosáková (TCH) 18.760
3rd Hungary Ágnes Keleti (HUN) 18.720

Floor exercise[edit]

1st Soviet Union Tamara Manina (URS) 19.390
2nd Czechoslovakia Eva Bosáková (TCH) 19.160
3rd Soviet Union Maria Gorokhovskaya (URS) 19.120

Team final[edit]

1st  USSR Nina Bocharova 524.310
Pelageya Danilova
Maria Gorokhovskaya
Larisa Latynina
Tamara Manina
Sofia Muratova
Galina Rud'ko
Galina Sarabidze
2nd  Hungary Eva Banati 518.280
Ilona Banhegyine Milanovits
Iren Daruhazine Karpati-Karcsics
Erzsebet Gulyasne Köteles
Aliz Kertesz
Olga Lemhenyine Tass
Edit Perenyine Vasarhelyi-Weckinger
Ágnes Keleti
3rd  Czechoslovakia Eva Bosáková 511.750
Miroslava Brdičková
Alena Chadimová
Věra Drazdíková
Zdena Lizkova
Anna Marejková
Alena Reichová
Věra Vančurová

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