World Artistic Gymnastics Championships – Men's parallel bars

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The following is a list of men's parallel bars champions at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. Men's parallel bars was an inaugural event at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, and has been held in every event since its inception.

The first event was in 1903, and followed every other year until and including 1913. Competitions were not held during World War I, ultimately returning in 1922, and was then held every fourth year, until and including 1942. Competitions resumed after World War II, starting in 1950. It continued every fourth even year until and including 1978. The next event was held a year later, when the schedule was switched to an every-odd year until and including 1991. It then became an annual event, until and including 1997. It was next held in 1999. During the 21st century, the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships became an annual event held each non-Summer Olympic year.

Three medals are awarded: gold for first place, silver for second place, and bronze for third place. Tie breakers have not been used in every year. In the event of a tie between two gymnasts, both names are listed, and the following position (second for a tie for first, third for a tie for second) is left empty because a medal was not awarded for that position.

Medalists[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1903[1] Belgium Antwerp France Josef Martinez
Luxembourg François Hentges
- Belgium Eugène Dua
Luxembourg André Bordang
1905[2] France Bordeaux France Josef Martinez
France Marcel Lalue
- France Pierre Paysse
1907[3] Austria-Hungary Prague France Joseph Lux Bohemia Josef Čada France Louis Ségura
Bohemia František Erben
1909[4] Luxembourg Luxembourg France Josef Martinez France Marco Torrès
France Auguste Castille
Bohemia Josef Čada
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1911[5] Italy Turin Italy Giorgio Zampori France Dominique Follaci Belgium Jules Labeeu
France Antoine Costa
France Jules Lecoutre
Italy Paolo Salvi
Bohemia Stane Vidmar
Bohemia Ferdinand Steiner
1913[6] France Paris Italy Giorgio Zampori
Italy Guido Boni
- Luxembourg Pierre Hentges
1915–1917 Not held due to World War I
1922[7] Kingdom of Yugoslavia Ljubljana Kingdom of Yugoslavia Leon Stuckelj Czechoslovakia Miroslav Klinger
Czechoslovakia Stanislav Indruch
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Stane Vidmar
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Stane Derganc
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Vladimir Simoncic
-
1926[8] France Lyon Czechoslovakia Ladislav Vácha Czechoslovakia Jan Gajdos Kingdom of Yugoslavia Leon Stuckelj
1930[9] Luxembourg Luxembourg Kingdom of Yugoslavia Josip Primozic France Alfred Krauss Czechoslovakia Ladislav Vácha
1934[10] Hungary Budapest Switzerland Eugene Mack Switzerland Josef Walter Switzerland Walter Bach
1938[11] Czechoslovakia Prague Switzerland Michael Reusch Czechoslovakia Alois Hudec Kingdom of Yugoslavia Josip Primozic
1942 Not held due to World War II
1950[12] Switzerland Basel Switzerland Hans Eugster Finland Olavi Rove France Raymond Dot
1954[13] Italy Rome Soviet Union Viktor Chukarin Switzerland Josef Stalder West Germany Helmuth Bantz
Japan Masao Takemoto
Switzerland Hans Eugster
1958[14] Soviet Union Moscow Soviet Union Boris Shakhlin Japan Takashi Ono Soviet Union Pavel Stolbov
1962[15] Czechoslovakia Prague Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miroslav Cerar Soviet Union Boris Shakhlin Japan Yukio Endo
1966[16] West Germany Dortmund Soviet Union Sergei Diomidov Soviet Union Mikhail Voronine Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miroslav Cerar
1970[17] Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ljubljana Japan Akinori Nakayama Japan Eizo Kenmotsu
Soviet Union Mikhail Voronine
-
1974[18] Bulgaria Varna Japan Eizo Kenmotsu Soviet Union Nicolai Andrianov Soviet Union Vladimir Marchenko
1978[19] France Strasbourg Japan Eizo Kenmotsu Japan Hiroshi Kajiyama
Soviet Union Nicolai Andrianov
-
1979[20] United States Fort Worth United States Bart Conner Soviet Union Aleksandr Tkachyov
United States Kurt Thomas
-
1981[21] Soviet Union Moscow Japan Koji Gushiken
Soviet Union Alexander Dityatin
- Japan Nobuyuki Kajitani
1983[22] Hungary Budapest China Lou Yun
Soviet Union Vladimir Artemov
- China Tong Fei
Japan Koji Sotomura
1985[23] Canada Montreal East Germany Sylvio Kroll
Soviet Union Valentin Mogilny
- Japan Koji Gushiken
1987[24] Netherlands Rotterdam Soviet Union Vladimir Artemov Soviet Union Dimitri Bilozertchev East Germany Sven Tippelt
1989[25] West Germany Stuttgart China Li Jing
Soviet Union Vladimir Artemov
- East Germany Andreas Wecker
1991[26] United States Indianapolis China Li Jing Soviet Union Igor Korobchinski China Guo Linyao
1992[27] France Paris China Li Jing
Commonwealth of Independent States Alexei Voropaev
- Commonwealth of Independent States Valeri Belenki
1993[28] United Kingdom Birmingham Belarus Vitali Scherbo Ukraine Igor Korobchinski Germany Valeri Belenki
1994[29] Australia Brisbane China Huang Liping Ukraine Rustam Sharipov Russia Alexei Nemov
1995[30] Japan Sabae Belarus Vitali Scherbo China Huang Liping Japan Hikaru Tanaka
1996[31] Puerto Rico San Juan Ukraine Rustam Sharipov Belarus Vitali Scherbo
Russia Alexei Nemov
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1997[32] Switzerland Lausanne China Zhang Jinjing China Li Xiaopeng Japan Naoya Tsukahara
1999[33] China Tianjin South Korea Lee Joo-Hyung Russia Alexei Bondarenko
Japan Naoya Tsukahara
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2001[34] Belgium Ghent United States Sean Townsend Cuba Eric Lopez Rios Belarus Ivan Ivankov
2002[35] Hungary Debrecen China Li Xiaopeng Slovenia Mitja Petkovšek Belarus Alexei Sinkevich
2003[36] United States Anaheim China Li Xiaopeng China Huang Xu
Russia Alexei Nemov
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2005[37] Australia Melbourne Slovenia Mitja Petkovšek China Li Xiaopeng France Yann Cucherat
2006[38] Denmark Aarhus China Yang Wei Japan Hiroyuki Tomita
South Korea Yoo Won-Chul
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2007[39] Germany Stuttgart South Korea Kim Dae-Eun
Slovenia Mitja Petkovšek
- Uzbekistan Anton Fokin
2009
[citation needed]
United Kingdom London China Wang Guanyin China Feng Zhe Japan Kazuhito Tanaka
2010
[citation needed]
Netherlands Rotterdam China Feng Zhe China Teng Haibin Japan Kōhei Uchimura
2011
[citation needed]
Japan Tokyo United States Danell Leyva Greece Vasileios Tsolakidis China Zhang Chenglong
2013 Belgium Antwerp Japan Kōhei Uchimura
China Chaopan Lin
- United States John Orozco
2014
China Nanning Ukraine Oleg Verniaiev United States Danell Leyva Japan Ryohei Kato
2015
United Kingdom Glasgow China You Hao Ukraine Oleg Verniaiev Azerbaijan Oleg Stepko
China Deng Shudi

References[edit]

  1. ^ FIG Results: 1903 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  2. ^ FIG Results: 1905 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  3. ^ FIG Results: 1907 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  4. ^ FIG Results: 1909 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  5. ^ FIG Results: 1911 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  6. ^ FIG Results: 1913 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  7. ^ FIG Results: 1922 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  8. ^ FIG Results: 1926 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  9. ^ FIG Results: 1930 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  10. ^ FIG Results: 1934 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  11. ^ FIG Results: 1938 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  12. ^ FIG Results: 1950 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  13. ^ FIG Results: 1954 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  14. ^ FIG Results: 1958 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  15. ^ FIG Results: 1962 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  16. ^ FIG Results: 1966 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  17. ^ FIG Results: 1970 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  18. ^ FIG Results: 1974 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  19. ^ FIG Results: 1978 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  20. ^ FIG Results: 1979 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  21. ^ FIG Results: 1981 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  22. ^ FIG Results: 1983 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  23. ^ FIG Results: 1985 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  24. ^ FIG Results: 1987 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  25. ^ FIG Results: 1989 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  26. ^ FIG Results: 1991 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  27. ^ FIG Results: 1992 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  28. ^ FIG Results: 1993 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  29. ^ FIG Results: 1994 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships (Individuals Competition)
  30. ^ FIG Results: 1995 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  31. ^ FIG Results: 1996 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  32. ^ FIG Results: 1997 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  33. ^ FIG Results: 1999 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  34. ^ FIG Results: 2001 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  35. ^ FIG Results: 2002 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  36. ^ FIG Results: 2003 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  37. ^ FIG Results: 2005 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  38. ^ FIG Results: 2006 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships
  39. ^ FIG Results: 2007 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships