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The purpose of this template is to provide an infobox summary for articles on specific events of a championship or games, for example Athletics at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Men's 100 metres. This template is designed for usage on any grouping of articles which describe individual competitions within a broader sports event.

Usage

{{{event}}}
at the {{{competition}}}
[[File:{{{image}}}|{{{image_size}}}|alt={{{alt}}}|{{{alt}}}]]
{{{caption}}}
Venue{{{venue}}}
Location{{{location}}}
Date{{{date}}}
Competitors{{{competitors}}} from {{{nations}}} nations
Teams{{{teams}}}
{{{win_label}}}{{{win_value}}}
Total prize money{{{prize_money}}}
Website{{{website}}}
Medalists
gold medal 
gold medal 
gold medal 
silver medal 
silver medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 
bronze medal 
bronze medal 
Champion
{{{champion}}}
Men{{{men}}}
Women{{{women}}}
Team{{{team}}}
← {{{previous}}}
{{{next}}} →
Without image_size
[[File:{{{image}}}|frameless|alt={{{alt}}}|{{{alt}}}]]
{{{caption}}}
{{Infobox sports competition event
| event         = 
| competition   = 
| image         = 
| alt           = 
| caption       = 
| venue         = 
| location      = 
| dates         = 
| competitors   = 
| nations       = 
| teams         = 
| win_value     = 
| gold          = 
| silver        = 
| bronze        = 
| gold_nation   = 
| silver_nation = 
| bronze_nation = 
| previous      = 
| next          = 
}}

Complete syntax

{{Infobox sports competition event
| event = <!--or: name-->
| competition = <!--or: championship,games-->
| governing_body = <!--IOC,PASO,CGF,SEAGF-->
| year = 
| type = 
| image = 
| image_size = <!--or: imagesize,size-->
| alt = 
| caption = 
| venue = <!--or: venues-->
| location = 
| date = <!--or: dates,start_date,end_date-->
| competitors = 
| nations = 
| teams = 
| win_label = <!--default: Winning time-->
| win_value = <!--or: win_time,win_score-->
| prize_money = 
| website = 
| longnames =
| gold = 
| gold_nation = <!--or: goldNOC-->
| gold2 = 
| gold2_nation = <!--or: goldNOC2-->
| gold3 = 
| gold3_nation = <!--or: goldNOC3-->
| silver = 
| silver_nation = <!--or: silverNOC-->
| silver2 = 
| silver2_nation = <!--or: silverNOC2-->
| silver3 = 
| silver3_nation = <!--or: silverNOC3-->
| bronze = 
| bronze_nation = <!--or: bronzeNOC-->
| bronze2 = 
| bronze2_nation = <!--or: bronzeNOC2-->
| bronze3 = 
| bronze3_nation = <!--or: bronzeNOC3-->
| champion = <!--or: champions-->
| men = 
| women = 
| team = 
| previous = <!--or: prev-->
| next = 
}}

Parameters

event 
Name of the event. For infobox title, this can be used alone or in conjunction with "competition", "competition", or "games".
name 
(see above)
competition 
Name of the competition. For infobox title, this can be used alone or in conjunction with "event".
championship 
Name of the championship. For infobox title, this can be used alone or in conjunction with "event".
games 
Name of the games. For infobox title, this can be used alone or in conjunction with "event" or "governing body".
governing_body 
One of the following: IOC (Olympic Games), PASO (Pan American Games), CGF (Commonwealth Games), or SEAGF (Southeast Asian Games). Use in conjunction with "year", and optionally for IOC only: "type" or "games" (see examples below).
year 
Used with "governing_body", such as "governing_body=IOC" with "year=2012", or "governing_body=PASO" with "year=2015".
type 
Used with "governing_body=IOC" for years with multiple Olympics, such as 1988 which needs "type=Summer" or "type=Winter".
image
An image filename
alt
Alt text for the image
caption
Displays under the image
venue
venues
Either is required
location
City and country
date
dates
Date(s) of the competition. Use {{Ubl}} if not contiguous
competitors 
Total number of competitors for individual events
nations
Total number of unique nations represented in this event
teams
Number of teams in the tournament for team sports
win_label
Use win_label = Winning score to change the label from Winning time to Winning score, for example
win_value
Winning time or score
gold
gold2
gold3
silver
silver2
silver3
bronze
bronze2
bronze3
Athlete name or team name. Use gold = {{flagIOCteam|CHN|2008 Summer}} (for example) for a team name, instead of numerating a full list of athletes.
gold_nation
gold2_nation
gold3_nation
silver_nation
silver2_nation
silver3_nation
bronze_nation
bronze2_nation
bronze3_nation
An optional country code for the medal winner. Do not specify this if the gold parameter specifies a team name instead of an individual name.
previous
Link to article on the same event/sport from the previous edition of the games
next
Link to article on the same event/sport from the following edition of the games

Examples

Olympics, individual event

Men's 400 metre individual medley
at the Games of the XXIX Olympiad
Michael Phelps Ryan Lochte Laszlo Cseh medals 2008 Olympics.jpg
Medal winners
VenueBeijing National Aquatics Center
Dates
  • August 9 (heats)
  • August 10 (final)
Competitors29 from 22 nations
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Hungary
bronze medal    United States
{{Infobox sports competition event
| event          = Men's 400 metre individual medley
| governing_body = IOC
| year           = 2008
| type           = Summer
| image          = Michael Phelps Ryan Lochte Laszlo Cseh medals 2008 Olympics.jpg
| image_size     = 240
| caption        = Medal winners
| venue          = [[Beijing National Aquatics Center]]
| dates          = {{Ubl|August 9 (heats)|August 10 (final)}}
| competitors    = 29
| nations        = 22
| gold           = [[Michael Phelps]]
| gold_nation    = USA
| silver         = [[László Cseh]]
| silver_nation  = HUN
| bronze         = [[Ryan Lochte]]
| bronze_nation  = USA
}}

Olympics, team event

Women's 4×100 metre medley relay
at the Games of the XXIV Olympiad
VenueBeijing National Aquatics Center
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 
{{Infobox sports competition event
| event          = Women's 4×100 metre medley relay
| governing_body = IOC
| games          = 1988 Summer
| venue          = [[Beijing National Aquatics Center]]
| gold           = {{flagIOC|GDR|1988 Summer}}
| silver         = {{flagIOC|USA|1988 Summer}}
| bronze         = {{flagIOC|CAN|1988 Summer}}
}}

World Championships, individual event

Men's 400 metre freestyle
at the 2007 FINA World Championships
VenueRod Laver Arena
Date25 March 2007
Competitors79
Winning time3 minutes 44.30 seconds
Medalists
gold medal    South Korea
silver medal    Australia
bronze medal    Russia
← 2005
2009 →
{{Infobox sports competition event
| event       = Men's 400 metre freestyle
| competition = 2007 FINA World Championships
| venue       = [[Rod Laver Arena]]
| date        = 25 March 2007
| competitors = 79
| nations     = 
| win_value   = 3 minutes 44.30 seconds
| gold        = [[Park Tae-Hwan]]
| goldNOC     = KOR
| silver      = [[Grant Hackett]]
| silverNOC   = AUS
| bronze      = [[Yury Prilukov]]
| bronzeNOC   = RUS
| prev        = [[Swimming at the 2005 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 400 metre freestyle|2005]]
| next        = [[Swimming at the 2009 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 400 metre freestyle|2009]]
}}

Pacific Games, team event

Rugby sevens – Women's tournament
at the 2015 Pacific Games
Rugby union pictogram.svg
VenueSir John Guise Stadium
LocationPort Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Dates8–10 July 2015
Nations7
Medalists
gold medal 
silver medal 
bronze medal 
← 2011
{{Infobox sports competition event
| event = Rugby sevens – Women's tournament
| games = 2015 Pacific Games
| image = [[File:Rugby union pictogram.svg|70px]]
| venue = [[Sir John Guise Stadium]]
| location = [[Port Moresby]], Papua New Guinea
| dates = 8–10 July 2015
| nations = 7
| gold = {{ru7w|FIJ}}
| silver = {{ru7w|AUS}}
| bronze = {{ru7w|PNG}}
| previous = [[Rugby sevens at the 2011 Pacific Games – Women's tournament|2011]]
| next = <!--[[Rugby sevens at the 2019 Pacific Games – Women's tournament|2019]]-->
}}

Using competition without event

World Yo-Yo Contest
LocationCleveland, Ohio, United States
DatesAugust 4–7, 2016
{{Infobox sports competition event
| competition  = World Yo-Yo Contest
| location     = [[Cleveland]], Ohio, United States
| dates        = August 4–7, 2016
}}

See also

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