1999 Aerobic Gymnastics World Championships

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The 5th Aerobic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Hannover, Germany from June 4 to June 6, 1999.

Results[edit]

Women's Individual[edit]

Rank Gymnast Country Point
Gold medal icon.svg Yuriko Ito  Japan 15.80
Silver medal icon.svg Izabela Lăcătuș  Romania 15.30
Bronze medal icon.svg Patsy Tierney  Australia 14.70
4 Giovanna Lecis  Italy 14.50
5 Isamara Secati  Brazil 14.40
6 Christelle Soulie  France 14.35
7 Larisa Guseva  Russia 13.35
8 Jeanie Cloutier  Canada 13.35

Men's Individual[edit]

Rank Gymnast Country Point
Gold medal icon.svg Kwang-Soo Park  South Korea 17.75
Silver medal icon.svg Olivier Florid  France 17.65
Bronze medal icon.svg Halldör Birgir Johannsson  Iceland 16.75
4 Anthony Ikin  Australia 16.50
5 Ken Ichiro Nomura  Japan 16.35
6 Claudio Franzen  Brazil 15.15
7 Octavio Garcia  Spain 14.80
8 Marian Gueourguiev Kolev  Bulgaria 14.15
9 A. Medeiros da Silva  Germany 13.55

Mixed Pair[edit]

Rank Gymnasts Country Point
Gold medal icon.svg Tatiana Soloviova, Vladislav Oskner  Russia 16.80
Silver medal icon.svg In-Young Choi, Jae-Young Song  South Korea 15.65
Bronze medal icon.svg Rachel Muller, Stephan Brecard  France 15.40
4 Lacramioara Filip, Claudiu Moldovan  Romania 15.35
5 Fernanda Coleone Sasaki, Arley Marques  Brazil 14.10
6 Leinin Eva Rojas Munoz, Gian C. de Marco Camillo  Venezuela 14.05
7 Tanya Bojidarova Hadjieva, Nicolay Alexander Pipkov  Bulgaria 13.40
8 Lorena Veronica Luisio, Jorge Alfredo Fillon  Argentina 12.30
9 Beatrice Seidle, Thomas Uttendorfer  Germany 11.75

Trio[edit]

Rank Gymnasts Country Point
Gold medal icon.svg Rodrigo Martins, Ibsen Nogueira, Admilson Vitorio  Brazil 16.25
Silver medal icon.svg Grégory Alcan, Xavier Julien, Oliver Salvan  France 16.25
Bronze medal icon.svg Claudiu Moldovan, Remus Nicolai, Dorel Mois  Romania 15.70
4 Attila Katus, Tamas Katus, Romeo Szentgyorgy  Hungary 15.65
5 Kyung-Shik Chang, Bon-Hyoun Koo, Choong-Han Lee  South Korea 15.30
6 Krassimira R. Dotzeva, Ludmila A. Kovatcheva, Galina Lazarova  Bulgaria 14.747
7 Mikhail Afus, Damir Gainoulline, Vassili Kozyrev  Russia 13.80
8 Maria Holmgren, Helene Nilsson, Kim Wickman  Sweden 13.329
9 Marie-Catherine Boesa, Janka Daubner, Sandra Schlueter  Germany 13.323

Medals table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France 0 1 2 3
2  South Korea 1 1 0 2
2  Romania 0 1 1 2
3  Brazil 1 0 0 1
3  Japan 1 0 0 1
3  Russia 1 0 0 1
3  Australia 0 0 1 1
3  Iceland 0 0 1 1

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