1934 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

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The 10th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Budapest, Hungary in the year 1934.

Medals[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Switzerland (SUI)66113
2 Czechoslovakia (TCH)3137
3 Germany (GER)1124
4 Hungary (HUN)0202
5 Italy (ITA)0112
6 Poland (POL)0022
7 Luxembourg (LUX)0011
Totals (7 nations)10111031

Men[edit]

All-around[edit]

Medal Country Gymnast
Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland Eugen Mack
Silver medal icon.svg  Italy Romeo Neri
Bronze medal icon.svg  Czechoslovakia Emanuel Löffler

Apparatus[edit]

Floor exercise[edit]

Medal Country Gymnast
Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland Georges Miez
Silver medal icon.svg   Switzerland Eugen Mack
Bronze medal icon.svg  Germany Kurt Krötzsch

Pommel horse[edit]

Medal Country Gymnast
Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland Eugen Mack
Silver medal icon.svg   Switzerland Eduard Steinemann
Bronze medal icon.svg  Czechoslovakia Jan Sládek

Rings[edit]

Medal Country Gymnast
Gold medal icon.svg  Czechoslovakia Alois Hudec
Silver medal icon.svg   Switzerland Eugen Mack
Bronze medal icon.svg  Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Kolinger
Bronze medal icon.svg  Luxembourg Mathias Logelin

Parallel bars[edit]

Medal Country Gymnast
Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland Eugen Mack
Silver medal icon.svg   Switzerland Josef Walter
Bronze medal icon.svg   Switzerland Walter Bach

Horizontal bar[edit]

Medal Country Gymnast
Gold medal icon.svg  Germany Ernst Winter
Silver medal icon.svg   Switzerland Georges Miez
Silver medal icon.svg  Germany Heinz Sandrock

Vault[edit]

Medal Country Gymnast
Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland Eugen Mack
Silver medal icon.svg   Switzerland Eduard Steinemann
Bronze medal icon.svg  Italy Romeo Neri

Team final[edit]

Medal Country
Gold medal icon.svg   Switzerland
Silver medal icon.svg  Czechoslovakia
Bronze medal icon.svg  Germany

Women[edit]

All-around[edit]

Medal Country Gymnast
Gold medal icon.svg  Czechoslovakia Vlasta Děkanová
Silver medal icon.svg  Hungary Margit Kalocsai
Bronze medal icon.svg  Poland Janina Skyrlinska

Team final[edit]

Medal Country
Gold medal icon.svg  Czechoslovakia
Silver medal icon.svg  Hungary
Bronze medal icon.svg  Poland

References[edit]