Template:Infobox gymnast

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{{{name}}}
— Gymnast —
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{{{caption}}}
Personal information
Full name {{{fullname}}}
Alternative name(s) {{{altname}}}
Nickname(s) {{{nickname}}}
Country represented {{{country}}}
Regions represented {{{regionsrepresented}}}
Former countries represented {{{formercountry}}}
Born {{{birth_date}}}
{{{birth_place}}}
Died {{{death_date}}}
{{{death_place}}}
Hometown {{{hometown}}}
Residence {{{residence}}}
Training location {{{training}}}
Height {{{height}}}
Weight {{{weight}}}
Discipline {{{discipline}}}
Level {{{level}}}
Years on national team {{{natlteam}}}
Club {{{club}}}
Gym {{{gym}}}
College team {{{collegeteam}}}
Head coach(es) {{{headcoach}}}
Assistant coach(es) {{{assistcoach}}}
Former coach(es) {{{formercoach}}}
Choreographer {{{choreographer}}}
Music {{{music}}}
Eponymous skills {{{eponymousskills}}}
Retired {{{retired}}}
World ranking {{{worldranking}}}
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Usage

Living:

{{Infobox gymnast
|name= {{subst:PAGENAME}}
|gender= 
|image= 
|image_size= 
|caption= 
|fullname= 
|altname= 
|nickname= 
|country= 
|regions= 
|formercountry= 
|birth_date= <!-- {{birth date and age|yyyy|mm|dd}} -->
|birth_place= 
|hometown= 
|residence=  
|death_date= 
|death_place= 
|height= <!-- {{convert|#.##|m|ftin|0|abbr=on}} -->
|discipline= 
|level= 
|natlteam= 
|club= 
|gym= 
|collegeteam= 
|headcoach= 
|assistcoach= 
|formercoach= 
|choreographer= 
|music= 
|eponymousskills= 
|retired= 
|worldranking=
|updated= 
|show-medals= 
|medaltemplates= <!-- see [[Template:MedalRelatedTemplates]] -->
}}

Dead:

{{Infobox gymnast
|name= {{subst:PAGENAME}}
|image= 
|image_size= 
|caption= 
|fullname= 
|altname= 
|nickname=  
|country= 
|regions= 
|formercountry= 
|birth_date= <!-- {{birth date|yyyy|mm|dd}} -->
|birth_place= 
|death_date= <!-- {{death date and age|yyyy|mm|dd|yyyy|mm|dd}} -->
|death_place= 
|hometown= 
|residence= 
|height= <!-- {{convert|#.##|m|ftin|0|abbr=on}} -->
|discipline= 
|level= 
|natlteam= 
|club= 
|gym= 
|collegeteam= 
|headcoach= 
|assistcoach= 
|formercoach= 
|choreographer= 
|music= 
|eponymousskills= 
|retired= 
|worldranking=
|show-medals= 
|medaltemplates= <!-- see [[Template:MedalRelatedTemplates]] -->
}}

Parameters

Parameter Explanation
name The professional name or most common name of the person. This should be the name of the article. Use {{subst:PAGENAME}} to use the name of the article.
gender Either "m" (for males) or "f" (for females)
image Use Image name here.jpg instead of Image:Image name here.jpg or [[Image:Image name here.jpg]]
image_size Strictly define the size of the image.
caption Caption for the image.
fullname The full name of the athlete, including full first name, middle name, patronymics, ordinals, suffixes, et cetera.
altname Name other than the full name or most common name that the athlete has used professionally. This should not be the athlete's name in the athlete's native language, such as Chinese or Russian. Use a multilingual support template for that.
nickname Official nickname, if they have one. Do not use fan nicknames.
country Country represented in competition. Please use {{IOC Country Code}}. For example, the United States would be {{USA}} and Canada would be {{CAN}}.
regions Region or sub-division that the person represents in competition. Put the years, if known, in parenthesis after the region. For example, the United States would be the County and Maine would be region.
formercountry Country or countries that the person used to represent in competition. Put the years, if known, in parenthesis after the country.
birth_date Use {{birth date and age|year of birth|month of birth|day of birth}} if living or {{birth date|year of birth|month of birth|day of birth}} if dead. See Template:Birth date for details.
birth_place
death_date Use {{death date and age|year of death|month of death|day of death|year of birth|month of birth|day of birth}} if birth date is known or {{death date|year of death|month of death|day of death}} (if birth date unknown). See Template:Death date for details.
death_place
hometown Use if different from birth place.
residence Official residence. Use if different from birth place or hometown.
height To have the infobox automatically convent between inches and meters, use the template {{convert|#.##|m|ftin|0|abbr=on}} or {{convert|#|ft|##|in|m|2|abbr=on}}.
discipline Gymnastics discipline. One of the following values:

Any other will appear as entered, in case of a gymnast being notable in multiple fields.

level
natlteam
club
gym
collegeteam
headcoach
assistcoach
formercoach Former coach or coaches
choreographer
music Floor music.
eponymousskills Skills that have been named after this person. Wikilink to an article, if it exists.
retired
world ranking
show-medals If this parameter is set to yes, then the medals section will be shown by default. Otherwise, the section is auto-collapsed.
medaltemplates All templates from the medal record infobox except {{MedalTableTop}} and {{MedalBottom}}. For space considerations, this section is automatically collapsed. Use normal order for medal templates. See the medal templates documentation for more details. For example:

{{MedalSport|Women's Gymnastics}}
{{MedalCompetition|Olympic Games}}
{{MedalGold|1992 Barcelona|Team competition}}
{{MedalWorldChampionships}}
{{MedalGold|1991 Indianapolis|Team competition}}
will show a gold medal from the 1992 Olympics and a gold medal from the 1991 Worlds, separated by competition.

Examples

Men's Artistic Gymnastics

Alexei Nemov
— Gymnast  —
Full name Alexei Yurievich Nemov
Country represented  Russia
Born (1976-05-28) May 28, 1976 (age 38)
Barashevo
Hometown Tolyatti
Height 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Discipline Men's artistic gymnastics
Club Trade Union
Head coach(es) Evgeny Nikolko
Assistant coach(es) A. Shestakova
{{Infobox gymnast
|name= Alexei Nemov
|gender= m
|image=
|imagesize=
|caption=
|fullname= Alexei Yurievich Nemov
|altname= 
|nickname=
|country= {{RUS}}
|regions=
|formercountry= 
|birth_date= {{birth date and age|1976|5|28}}
|birth_place= [[Barashevo]]
|hometown= [[Tolyatti]] 
|residence= 
|death_date=
|death_place=
|height= {{convert|1.73|m|ftin|0|abbr=on}}
|discipline= MAG
|level=
|natlteam=
|club= Trade Union 
|gym=
|collegeteam=
|headcoach= Evgeny Nikolko
|assistcoach= A. Shestakova
|formercoach=
|choreographer=
|music=
|eponymousskills=
|retired=
|show-medals= yes
|medaltemplates= <!-- see [[Template:MedalRelatedTemplates]] -->
{{MedalSport|[[Artistic Gymnastics]]}}
{{MedalCompetition | [[Olympic Games]]}}
{{MedalGold|[[1996 Summer Olympics|1996 Atlanta]]|[[Gymnastics at the 1996 Summer Olympics|Team competition]]}}
{{MedalGold|1996 Atlanta|Vault}}
{{MedalGold|[[2000 Summer Olympics|2000 Sydney]]|[[Gymnastics at the 2000 Summer Olympics|All-around]]}}
{{MedalGold|2000 Sydney|High bar}}
{{MedalSilver|1996 Atlanta|All-around}}
{{MedalSilver|2000 Sydney|Floor exercise}}
{{MedalBronze|1996 Atlanta|Floor exercise}}
{{MedalBronze|1996 Atlanta|High bar}}
{{MedalBronze|1996 Atlanta|Pommel horse}}
{{MedalBronze|2000 Sydney|Team competition}}
{{MedalBronze|2000 Sydney|Pommel horse}}
{{MedalBronze|2000 Sydney|Parallel bars}}
{{MedalCompetition | [[World Gymnastics Championships|World Championships]]}}
{{MedalGold|[[1995 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1995 Sabae]]|Vault}}
{{MedalGold|[[1996 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1996 San Juan]]|Vault}}
{{MedalGold|[[1997 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1997 Lausanne]]|Floor exercise}}
{{MedalGold|[[1999 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1999 Tianjin]]|Floor exercise}}
{{MedalGold|[[1999 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1999 Tianjin]]|Pommel horse}}
{{MedalSilver|[[1994 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1994 Dortmund]]|Team competition}}
{{MedalSilver|[[1996 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1996 San Juan]]|Parallel Bars}}
{{MedalSilver|[[1999 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1999 Tianjin]]|Team competition}}
{{MedalSilver|[[2003 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|2003 Anaheim]]|Parallel Bars}}
{{MedalBronze|[[1994 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1994 Brisbane]]|Parallel bars}}
{{MedalBronze|[[1996 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1996 San Juan]]|Pommel horse}}
{{MedalBronze|[[1997 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1997 Lausanne]]|Team competition}}
{{MedalBronze|[[2003 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|2003 Anaheim]]|Horizontal Bar}}
{{MedalEuropeanChampionships}}
{{MedalGold|1994 Prague|Parallel bars}}
{{MedalGold|1998 St. Petersburg|Floor exercise}}
{{MedalGold|2002 Patras|Floor exercise}}
{{MedalBronze|1998 St. Petersburg|All-around}}
}}

Women's Artistic Gymnastics

Oksana Chusovitina
— Gymnast  —
Full name Oksana Aleksandrovna Chusovitina
Country represented  Germany
Former countries represented  Uzbekistan (1993-2006)
 Soviet Union (Pre-1993}
Born (1975-06-19) June 19, 1975 (age 39)
Bukhara, Uzbek SSR, USSR
Hometown Köln, Germany
Discipline Women's artistic gymnastics
Level Senior International
Club Turnteam Toyota Köln
Head coach(es) Shanna Polyakova
Former coach(es) Svetlana Kuznetsova
Eponymous skills Hop-full pirouette, full out dismount (uneven bars);
layout-full out (floor exercise)
{{Infobox gymnast
|name= Oksana Chusovitina
|gender= f
|image=
|imagesize=
|caption=
|fullname=Oksana Aleksandrovna Chusovitina 
|altname=
|nickname=
|country= {{GER}}
|regions=
|formercountry= {{UZB}} (1993-2006) <br> {{URS}} (Pre-1993}
|birth_date= {{birth date and age|1975|06|19}}
|birth_place= Bukhara, Uzbek SSR, USSR
|hometown= Köln, Germany  
|death_date= 
|death_place=
|height= 
|discipline= WAG
|level= Senior International 
|natlteam=
|club= Turnteam Toyota Köln 
|gym=
|collegeteam=
|headcoach= Shanna Polyakova 
|assistcoach=
|formercoach=Svetlana Kuznetsova
|choreographer=
|music=
|eponymousskills= Hop-full pirouette, full out dismount ([[uneven bars]]);<br> layout-full out ([[floor exercise]])
|retired=
|show-medals= yes
|medaltemplates= <!-- see [[Template:MedalRelatedTemplates]] -->
{{MedalCompetition | [[Summer Olympics]]}}
{{MedalGold|[[1992 Summer Olympics|1992 Barcelona]]|[[Gymnastics at the 1992 Summer Olympics|Team competition]]}}
{{MedalWorldChampionships}}
{{MedalGold|[[1991 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1991 Indianapolis]]|Team competition}}
{{MedalGold|[[1991 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1991 Indianapolis]]|Floor Exercise}}
{{MedalGold|[[2003 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|2003 Anaheim]]|Vault}}
{{MedalSilver|[[1991 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1991 Indianapolis]]|Vault}}
{{MedalSilver|[[2001 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|2001 Ghent]]|Vault}}
{{MedalSilver|[[2005 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|2005 Melbourne]]|Vault}}
{{MedalBronze|[[1992 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1992 Paris]]|Vault}}
{{MedalBronze|[[1993 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|1993 Birmingham]]|Vault}}
{{MedalBronze|[[2002 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|2002 Debrecen]]|Vault}}
{{MedalBronze|[[2006 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships|2006 Aarhus]]|Vault}}
{{MedalEuropeanChampionships}}
{{MedalBronze|2007 [[Amsterdam]]|Vault}}
{{MedalGold|2008 [[Clermont-Ferrand]]|Vault}}
{{MedalCompetition | [[Asian Games]]}}
{{MedalSilver|[[2002 Asian Games|2002 Busan]]|All-around}}
{{MedalBronze|[[1994 Asian Games|1994 Hiroshima]]|Vault}}
{{MedalBronze|[[1994 Asian Games|1994 Hiroshima]]|Uneven bars}}
}}

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Yulia Barsukova
— Gymnast  —
Full name Yulia Vladimirovna Barsukova
Country represented  Russia
Born (1978-12-31) December 31, 1978 (age 35)
Moscow
Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Discipline Rhythmic gymnastics
Club MGFSO
Head coach(es) Irina Viner
Assistant coach(es) Vera Chatalina
Music Giselle by A. Adaii
Swan Lake by Tchaikovski
The Swan by Saint-Saens
{{Infobox gymnast
|name= Yulia Barsukova
|gender= f
|image=
|imagesize=
|caption=
|fullname= Yulia Vladimirovna Barsukova
|nickname=
|country= {{RUS}}
|regions=
|formercountry=
|birth_date= {{birth date and age|1978|12|31}}
|birth_place= [[Moscow]]
|hometown=
|height= {{convert|1.68|m|ftin|0|abbr=on}}
|discipline= RG
|level=
|natlteam= 
|club= MGFSO 
|gym=
|collegeteam=
|headcoach= [[Irina Viner ]]
|assistcoach= [[Vera Chatalina]]
|formercoach=
|choreographer=
|music= Giselle by A. Adaii   <br> Swan Lake by [[Tchaikovski]]  <br>  The Swan by [[Saint-Saens]]
|eponymousskills=
|retired=
|worldranking=
|show-medals= yes
|medaltemplates= <!-- see [[Template:MedalRelatedTemplates]] -->
{{MedalSport | Women's [[Rhythmic Gymnastics]]}}
{{MedalGold  | [[2000 Summer Olympics|Sydney 2000]] | All-Around}}
}}

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See also