Gymnastics at the 1948 Summer Olympics – Men's artistic individual all-around

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Men's artistic individual all-around
at the Games of the XIV Olympiad
VenueEarls Court Exhibition Centre
Date12–13 August
Competitors123 from 16 nations
Winning score229.70
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Veikko Huhtanen  Finland
2nd, silver medalist(s) Walter Lehmann  Switzerland
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Paavo Aaltonen  Finland
← 1936
1952 →

The men's artistic individual all-around competition at the 1948 Summer Olympics was held at Earls Court Exhibition Centre on 12 and 13 August. It was the tenth appearance of the event.[1]

Competition format[edit]

The gymnastics format continued to use the aggregation format. Each nation entered a team of up to eight gymnasts (Cuba and Argentina had only 7; Mexico only 5). All entrants in the gymnastics competitions performed both a compulsory exercise and a voluntary exercise for each apparatus, with the scores summed to give a final total. The scores in each of the six apparatus competitions were added together to give individual all-around scores; the top six individual scores on each team were summed to give a team all-around score. No separate finals were contested.

For each exercise, four judges gave scores from 0 to 10 in one-tenth point increments. The top and bottom scores were discarded and the remaining two scores summed to give the exercise total. If the two scores were sufficiently far apart, the judges would "confer" and decide on a score. Thus, exercise scores ranged from 0 to 20, apparatus scores from 0 to 40, individual totals from 0 to 240, and team scores from 0 to 1,440.[2]

Results[edit]

Rank Gymnast Nation Gymnastique au sol.svg Cheval d'arçon.svg Gymnastique aux anneaux.svg Barres parallèles.svg Barre fixe.svg Saut de cheval.svg Total
1st, gold medalist(s) Veikko Huhtanen  Finland 36.3 38.7 37.8 39.3 39.2 38.4 229.7
2nd, silver medalist(s) Walter Lehmann  Switzerland 36.5 37.6 38.4 39.0 39.4 38.1 229.0
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Paavo Aaltonen  Finland 36.5 38.7 37.3 38.8 38.4 39.1 228.8
4 Josef Stalder  Switzerland 37.0 37.7 38.3 39.1 39.7 36.9 228.7
5 Christian Kipfer  Switzerland 36.5 37.2 37.8 39.1 38.6 37.9 227.1
6 Emil Studer  Switzerland 36.0 37.7 38.3 37.8 38.8 38.0 226.6
7 Zdeněk Růžička  Czechoslovakia 38.1 36.3 38.5 38.8 37.9 36.6 226.2
8 Kalevi Laitinen  Finland 37.15 36.9 37.4 38.1 38.1 38.0 225.65
9 Guido Figone  Italy 37.0 38.2 36.1 38.3 38.0 37.7 225.3
10 Olavi Rove  Finland 35.8 36.5 37.9 38.6 37.4 39.0 225.2
10 Lajos Tóth  Hungary 36.8 36.3 37.3 38.2 38.6 38.0 225.2
12 Einari Teräsvirta  Finland 35.8 37.0 36.8 38.4 38.7 38.3 225.0
13 Lajos Sántha  Hungary 37.3 37.1 36.8 38.7 38.8 35.6 224.3
14 Heikki Savolainen  Finland 34.65 38.7 38.1 38.9 37.1 36.5 223.95
15 Robert Lucy  Switzerland 36.0 37.1 37.0 37.8 37.5 37.9 223.3
16 László Baranyai  Hungary 36.0 36.3 37.9 38.1 36.5 37.6 222.4
17 Aleksanteri Saarvala  Finland 33.9 37.7 37.3 37.6 38.8 36.8 222.1
18 Michael Reusch  Switzerland 33.9 37.8 39.1 39.5 38.4 33.3 222.0
19 Ferenc Pataki  Hungary 38.7 35.2 37.8 38.0 33.1 38.5 221.3
20 Raymond Dot  France 37.8 32.4 36.4 38.0 38.8 37.4 220.8
21 Melchior Thalmann  Switzerland 36.6 36.5 36.5 37.9 35.5 37.6 220.6
22 Michel Mathiot  France 37.2 36.0 35.4 38.2 37.8 35.8 220.4
23 Pavel Benetka  Czechoslovakia 37.6 33.6 36.9 37.3 37.6 37.3 220.3
24 Lucien Masset  France 36.9 37.2 36.2 34.35 38.5 36.8 219.95
25 André Weingand  France 36.5 35.7 37.6 37.0 37.6 35.4 219.8
26 Luigi Zanetti  Italy 37.2 38.3 34.1 37.3 37.3 34.8 219.0
27 János Mogyorósi-Klencs  Hungary 38.4 34.3 35.85 35.9 36.0 38.5 218.95
28 Ernst Wister  Austria 37.2 36.4 35.7 36.1 35.8 37.7 218.9
29 Ferenc Várkõi  Hungary 36.3 36.4 36.7 36.6 34.7 38.0 218.7
30 Jozsef Fekete  Hungary 36.6 36.9 36.4 37.1 33.7 37.9 218.6
31 Sulo Salmi  Finland 32.05 35.2 37.3 36.8 38.0 38.1 217.45
32 Karl Frei  Switzerland 35.0 36.4 39.6 36.9 33.7 35.6 217.2
32 Savino Guglielmetti  Italy 32.3 36.9 36.0 38.5 37.2 36.3 217.2
34 Antoine Schildwein  France 36.7 34.8 37.2 35.4 36.0 36.4 216.5
35 Alphonse Anger  France 36.0 34.9 36.7 36.8 37.6 34.4 216.4
36 Karl Bohusch  Austria 37.1 36.3 33.9 33.8 36.7 36.6 214.4
36 Marcel de Wolf  France 36.0 36.2 36.4 35.7 34.8 35.3 214.4
38 Poul Jessen  Denmark 36.6 33.8 36.0 35.8 35.0 37.1 214.3
38 Gyözö Mogyorosi  Hungary 35.7 34.8 36.3 36.4 36.8 34.3 214.3
40 Domenico Grosso  Italy 34.6 36.6 34.2 35.4 36.6 36.7 214.1
40 Auguste Sirot  France 35.4 36.3 33.7 35.6 37.9 35.2 214.1
42 Jey Kugeler  Luxembourg 36.1 34.2 37.3 34.8 34.6 37.0 214.0
42 Quinto Vadi  Italy 34.1 37.4 34.4 35.7 36.6 35.8 214.0
44 Ed Scrobe  United States 34.3 35.6 34.6 37.8 36.6 35.0 213.9
45 Elkana Grønne  Denmark 37.65 32.25 37.5 35.8 33.1 37.2 213.5
46 Konrad Grilc  Yugoslavia 34.35 35.6 34.8 35.7 35.9 36.7 213.05
47 Miroslav Málek  Czechoslovakia 35.1 33.1 36.4 34.5 36.6 37.2 212.9
48 Vladimír Karas  Czechoslovakia 37.4 33.6 38.2 36.7 33.9 32.4 212.2
49 Vincent D'Autorio  United States 36.8 35.2 32.9 34.5 35.4 36.5 211.3
50 Leo Sotorník  Czechoslovakia 37.6 31.4 37.3 34.8 31.2 38.5 210.8
51 Danilo Fioravanti  Italy 36.3 34.4 33.5 35.9 36.6 34.0 210.7
52 František Wirth  Czechoslovakia 34.55 33.9 33.0 34.15 37.2 36.9 209.7
53 Bill Roetzheim  United States 36.3 36.4 27.9 36.0 36.4 36.1 209.1
54 Josip Kujundžić  Yugoslavia 37.1 32.0 32.5 34.5 35.5 37.2 208.9
55 Joe Kotys  United States 34.8 36.5 29.4 37.4 34.0 36.4 208.5
56 Freddy Jensen  Denmark 37.0 34.3 35.3 34.1 33.95 33.7 208.35
57 Ettore Perego  Italy 35.3 37.5 28.5 33.4 35.4 36.2 206.3
58 Arnold Thomsen  Denmark 36.6 31.65 35.1 32.1 33.3 37.5 206.25
59 Hans Friedrich  Austria 36.5 33.5 31.3 36.4 31.3 36.8 205.8
60 George Weedon  Great Britain 34.1 31.6 31.2 35.8 36.5 36.4 205.6
61 Willi Schreyer  Austria 36.1 34.9 32.2 33.0 36.1 33.1 205.4
62 Frank Cumiskey  United States 31.15 37.9 30.3 34.0 37.3 34.5 205.15
63 Ray Sorensen  United States 33.45 35.6 31.0 33.1 35.5 35.9 204.55
64 Josy Stoffel  Luxembourg 35.8 32.5 36.0 31.2 31.45 36.4 203.35
65 Vratislav Petráček  Czechoslovakia 34.2 32.3 36.9 35.5 31.3 33.3 203.3
66 Hans Sauter  Austria 33.75 36.0 31.8 34.25 34.4 32.9 203.1
67 Frank Turner  Great Britain 34.35 32.75 34.4 35.7 29.2 36.2 202.6
68 Vilhelm Møller  Denmark 37.0 28.7 34.7 31.9 31.85 37.6 201.75
69 William Bonsall  United States 33.2 33.2 31.75 33.1 32.95 37.5 201.7
70 Volmer Thomsen  Denmark 35.7 29.3 34.2 33.55 32.8 35.7 201.25
71 Miro Longyka  Yugoslavia 35.7 29.6 32.6 31.1 33.9 37.5 200.4
72 Egidio Armelloni  Italy 32.6 35.9 33.05 35.0 34.8 23.7 195.05
73 Gunner Olesen  Denmark 36.8 27.3 34.6 34.3 22.9 37.4 193.3
74 Gustav Hrubý  Czechoslovakia 36.1 35.6 35.5 26.8 21.3 37.8 193.1
75 Drago Jelić  Yugoslavia 29.9 32.75 32.4 38.45 33.9 34.4 191.8
76 Ivica Jelić  Yugoslavia 31.75 32.9 34.3 29.0 27.0 36.8 191.75
77 Polo Welfring  Luxembourg 33.5 25.0 32.3 27.45 33.9 37.1 189.25
78 Stjepan Boltižar  Yugoslavia 33.8 32.8 33.5 30.7 26.1 32.0 188.9
79 Ken Buffin  Great Britain 31.55 27.2 29.3 31.3 34.4 34.9 188.65
80 René Schroeder  Luxembourg 35.95 21.5 35.7 29.25 30.3 35.3 188.0
81 Rafael Lecuona  Cuba 29.25 34.3 32.0 31.8 26.35 34.0 187.7
82 Ali Zaky  Egypt 30.0 18.05 36.4 33.7 33.0 36.4 187.55
83 Alec Wales  Great Britain 30.5 35.8 33.15 33.9 29.45 18.0 180.8
84 Menn Krecke  Luxembourg 32.15 25.2 31.4 28.95 27.35 35.5 180.55
85 Jakob Šubelj  Yugoslavia 33.15 29.25 27.8 24.8 26.4 37.1 178.5
86 Moustafa Abdelal  Egypt 27.0 25.75 34.5 30.0 30.45 30.0 177.7
87 Mohamed Roushdi  Egypt 23.75 23.35 35.0 34.6 30.2 30.45 177.35
88 Ahmed Khalaf Ali  Egypt 26.25 24.85 30.7 31.8 30.05 33.5 177.15
89 Arturo Amos  Argentina 32.3 23.35 26.1 31.25 29.55 34.3 176.85
90 Pierre Schmitz  Luxembourg 25.8 22.55 32.7 27.25 31.2 35.8 175.3
91 Jos Bernard  Luxembourg 30.25 19.75 32.5 26.7 32.0 31.2 172.4
92 Percy May  Great Britain 30.0 26.75 30.8 31.2 19.5 33.2 171.45
93 Ali El-Hefnawi  Egypt 32.0 15.05 30.5 30.7 24.3 37.0 169.55
94 Mohamed Aly  Egypt 31.1 12.5 31.0 31.75 28.5 33.8 168.65
95 Mahmoud Abdel-Aal  Egypt 28.0 14.05 33.2 34.5 28.0 29.75 167.5
96 Georges Wengler  Luxembourg 27.65 28.25 32.3 23.75 23.15 31.6 166.7
97 Fernando Lecuona  Cuba 25.3 29.5 33.9 32.95 17.3 27.4 166.35
98 Jack Flaherty  Great Britain 23.25 26.5 33.9 28.75 36.9 16.0 165.3
99 Robert Pranz  Austria 28.75 31.6 29.8 24.0 29.4 21.0 164.55
100 Børge Minerth  Denmark 19.0 16.0 17.8 34.5 31.9 37.1 156.3
101 Ángel Aguiar  Cuba 31.0 20.2 34.9 27.45 14.5 28.1 156.15
102 Pedro Lonchibuco  Argentina 25.75 18.5 32.2 28.3 20.5 28.95 154.2
103 Karel Janež  Yugoslavia 29.85 23.6 21.8 29.0 16.0 32.2 152.45
104 Raimundo Rey  Cuba 31.3 29.85 20.25 24.3 16.25 30.1 152.05
105 Baldomero Rubiera  Cuba 23.8 21.5 32.95 22.5 19.0 31.4 151.15
106 Enrique Rapesta  Argentina 24.5 21.5 30.25 25.0 25.05 22.6 148.9
107 Ahmed Khalil El-Giddawi  Egypt 24.75 14.5 26.4 29.7 25.5 28.0 148.85
108 César Bonoris  Argentina 23.0 14.0 22.5 28.45 22.2 295 139.65
109 Roberto Villacián  Cuba 27.25 24.4 33.2 22.65 16.5 13.3 137.3
110 Alejandro Díaz  Cuba 29.05 27.75 26.2 17.25 16.5 20.0 136.75
111 Glyn Hopkins  Great Britain 25.75 23.95 23.0 21.25 13.75 27.1 134.8
112 Ivor Vice  Great Britain 28.5 23.5 23.6 16.25 13.0 29.65 134.5
113 Jorge Soler  Argentina 23.3 17.0 22.8 20.5 21.4 29.3 134.3
114 Gottfried Hermann  Austria 15.5 16.4 14.25 32.3 35.1 18.75 132.3
115 Roberto Núñez  Argentina 21.75 12.0 19.0 18.5 14.4 24.3 109.95
116 Jorge Castro  Mexico 20.0 11.0 14.5 14.5 17.0 26.9 103.9
117 Rubén Lira  Mexico 17.0 14.0 13.2 12.25 17.0 25.5 98.95
118 Dario Aguilar  Mexico 11.0 14.0 11.4 17.0 8.0 20.4 81.8
119 Louis Bordo  United States 17.6 12.0 16.75 14.9 15.75 77.0
120 Everardo Rios  Mexico 12.0 4.7 11.0 9.5 6.0 12.0 55.2
121 Jorge Vidal  Argentina 11.8 8.0 6.5 6.0 5.0 37.2
122 Nicolas Villareal  Mexico 4.0 4.0
123 Willi Welt  Austria 2.0 2.0

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gymnastics at the 1948 London Summer Games: Men's Individual All-Around". Sports Reference. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
  2. ^ Official Report, p. 343.