World Artistic Gymnastics Championships – Men's pommel horse

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World Artistic
Gymnastics Championships
Team all-around men women
Individual all-around men women
Vault men women
Floor men women
Pommel horse men
Rings men
Parallel bars men
Horizontal bar men
Uneven bars women
Balance beam women

The men's pommel horse competition was an inaugural event at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. It was not held in 1909.

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. If three gymnastics tied for a position, the following two positions are left empty.

Medalists[edit]

Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1903 Belgium Antwerp France Georges Dejagere
France Joseph Lux
Netherlands N. Thysse
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1905 France Bordeaux France Georges Dejagere France Marcel Lalue France Daniel Lavielle
1907 Austria-Hungary Prague Bohemia František Erben France Jules Rolland Bohemia Karel Sal
1909 Luxembourg Luxembourg No pommel horse event held
1911 Italy Turin Italy Osvaldo Palazzi Italy Giorgio Zampori
Italy Paolo Salvi
-
1913 France Paris Italy Giorgio Zampori France N. Aubry
France Marco Torrès
Italy Osvaldo Palazzi
-
1915–1917 Not held due to World War I
1922 Kingdom of Yugoslavia Ljubljana Czechoslovakia Miroslav Klinger Czechoslovakia Stanislav Indruch
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Leon Stuckelj
Kingdom of Yugoslavia Peter Šumi
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1926 France Lyon Czechoslovakia Jan Karafiat Czechoslovakia Jan Gajdos Czechoslovakia Ladislav Vácha
1930 Luxembourg Luxembourg Kingdom of Yugoslavia Josip Primozic Kingdom of Yugoslavia Peter Šumi Czechoslovakia Jan Gajdos
1934 Hungary Budapest Switzerland Eugene Mack Switzerland Edy Steinemann Czechoslovakia Jan Sladek
1938 Czechoslovakia Prague Switzerland Michael Reusch Czechoslovakia Vratislav Petracek Switzerland Léo Schuermann
1942 Not held due to World War II
1950 Switzerland Basel Switzerland Josef Stalder Switzerland Marcel Adatte Switzerland Walther Lehmann
1954 Italy Rome Soviet Union Grant Changinjian Switzerland Josef Stalder Soviet Union Viktor Chukarin
1958 Soviet Union Moscow Soviet Union Boris Shakhlin Soviet Union Pavel Stolbov Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miroslav Cerar
1962 Czechoslovakia Prague Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miroslav Cerar Soviet Union Boris Shakhlin China Yu Lieh Feng
Japan Takashi Mitsukuri
1966 West Germany Dortmund Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miroslav Cerar Soviet Union Mikhail Voronine Japan Takeshi Katō
1970 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ljubljana Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miroslav Cerar Japan Eizo Kenmotsu Soviet Union Viktor Klimenko
1974 Bulgaria Varna Hungary Zoltán Magyar Soviet Union Nicolai Andrianov Japan Eizo Kenmotsu
1978 France Strasbourg Hungary Zoltán Magyar West Germany Eberhard Gienger Bulgaria Stojan Deltchev
1979 United States Fort Worth Hungary Zoltán Magyar United States Kurt Thomas Japan Koji Gushiken
1981 Soviet Union Moscow China Li Xiaoping
East Germany Michael Nikolay
- Hungary György Guczoghy
Soviet Union Yuri Korolev
1983 Hungary Budapest Soviet Union Dimitri Bilozertchev China Li Xiaoping
Hungary György Guczoghy
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1985 Canada Montreal Soviet Union Valentin Mogilny China Li Ning Japan Hiroyuki Konishi
1987 Netherlands Rotterdam Hungary Zsolt Borkai
Soviet Union Dimitri Bilozertchev
- Bulgaria Lyubomir Gueraskov
1989 West Germany Stuttgart Soviet Union Valentin Mogilny East Germany Andreas Wecker China Li Jing
1991 United States Indianapolis Soviet Union Valeri Belenki China Guo Linyao China Li Jing
1992 France Paris China Li Jing
Commonwealth of Independent States Vitali Scherbo
North Korea Pae Gil-Su
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1993 United Kingdom Birmingham North Korea Pae Gil-Su Germany Andreas Wecker Hungary Karoly Schupkegel
1994 Australia Brisbane Romania Marius Daniel Urzica France Eric Poujade Switzerland Donghua Li
Ukraine Vitali Marinich
1995 Japan Sabae Switzerland Donghua Li China Huang Huadong Japan Yoshiavaki Hatakeda
1996 Puerto Rico San Juan North Korea Pae Gil-Su Switzerland Donghua Li Russia Alexei Nemov
1997 Switzerland Lausanne Germany Valeri Belenki France Eric Poujade North Korea Pae Gil-Su
1999 China Tianjin Russia Alexei Nemov Romania Marius Daniel Urzica Russia Nikolai Kryukov
2001 Belgium Ghent Romania Marius Daniel Urzică China Xiao Qin Ukraine Olexander Beresh
2002 Hungary Debrecen Romania Marius Urzică China Xiao Qin Japan Takehiro Kashima
2003 United States Anaheim China Teng Haibin
Japan Takehiro Kashima
- Russia Nikolai Kryukov
2005 Australia Melbourne China Xiao Qin Romania Ioan Silviu Suciu Japan Takehiro Kashima
2006 Denmark Aarhus China Xiao Qin Australia Prashanth Sellathurai United States Alexander Artemev
2007 Germany Stuttgart China Xiao Qin Hungary Krisztián Berki United Kingdom Louis Smith
2009 United Kingdom London China Zhang Hongtao Hungary Krisztián Berki Australia Prashanth Sellathurai
2010 Netherlands Rotterdam Hungary Krisztián Berki United Kingdom Louis Smith Australia Prashanth Sellathurai
2011 Japan Tokyo Hungary Krisztián Berki France Cyril Tommasone United Kingdom Louis Smith
2013 Belgium Antwerp Japan Kohei Kameyama United Kingdom Max Whitlock
Mexico Daniel Corral
2014 China Nanning Hungary Krisztián Berki Croatia Filip Ude France Cyril Tommasone
2015 United Kingdom Glasgow United Kingdom Max Whitlock United Kingdom Louis Smith Armenia Harutyun Merdinyan
Japan Kazuma Kaya

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