World Artistic Gymnastics Championships – Men's vault

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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 vault competition at the World Artistic Gymnastics Championships was first contested in 1934. It has been held in every year since its inception.

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
1934 Hungary Budapest Switzerland Eugene Mack Switzerland Edy Steinemann Italy Romeo Neri
1938 Czechoslovakia Prague Switzerland Eugene Mack Switzerland Walter Beck Switzerland Hans Naegelin
1942 Not held due to World War II
1950 Switzerland Basel Switzerland Ernst Gebendinger Finland Olavi Rove Switzerland Walther Lehmann
1954 Italy Rome Czechoslovakia Leo Sotornik West Germany Helmuth Bantz Soviet Union Serguei Diaiani
1958 Soviet Union Moscow Soviet Union Yuri Titov Japan Masao Takemoto Japan Takashi Ono
1962 Czechoslovakia Prague Czechoslovakia Premysel Krbec Japan Haruhiro Yamashita Japan Yukio Endo
Soviet Union Boris Shakhlin
1966 West Germany Dortmund Japan Haruhio Matsuda Japan Takeshi Katō Japan Akinori Nakayama
1970 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ljubljana Japan Mitsuo Tsukahara Soviet Union Viktor Klimenko Japan Takeshi Katō
1974 Bulgaria Varna Japan Shigeru Kasamatsu Soviet Union Nicolai Andrianov Japan Hiroshi Kajiyama
1978 France Strasbourg Japan Junichi Shimizu Soviet Union Nicolai Andrianov East Germany Ralph Baerthel
1979 United States Fort Worth Soviet Union Alexander Dityatin Soviet Union Nicolai Andrianov East Germany Ralph Baerthel
United States Bart Conner
1981 Soviet Union Moscow East Germany Ralf-Peter Hemman Soviet Union Arthur Akopian Soviet Union Bogdan Makuts
1983 Hungary Budapest Soviet Union Arthur Akopian China Li Ning East Germany Bernd Jensch
1985 Canada Montreal Soviet Union Yuri Korolev China Lou Yun
France Laurent Barbieri
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1987 Netherlands Rotterdam China Lou Yun
East Germany Sylvio Kroll
- Bulgaria Dan Kolev
1989 West Germany Stuttgart East Germany Jörg Behrend East Germany Sylvio Kroll Soviet Union Vladimir Artemov
1991 United States Indianapolis South Korea Yoo Ok-Ryul Soviet Union Vitali Scherbo Japan Yutaka Aihara
1992 France Paris South Korea Yoo Ok-Ryul Commonwealth of Independent States Igor Korobchinski Canada Curtis Hibbert
Puerto Rico Victor Colon
1993 United Kingdom Birmingham Belarus Vitali Scherbo Chinese Taipei Feng Chih Chang South Korea Yoo Ok-Ryul
1994 Australia Brisbane Belarus Vitali Scherbo China Li Xiaoshuang South Korea Yeo Hong-Chul
1995 Japan Sabae Russia Alexei Nemov
Ukraine Grigory Misutin
- Belarus Vitali Scherbo
1996 Puerto Rico San Juan Russia Alexei Nemov Italy Andrea Massucchi
South Korea Yeo Hong-Chul
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1997 Switzerland Lausanne Kazakhstan Sergei Fedorchenko Russia Nikolai Kryukov Romania Adrian Ianculescu
1999 China Tianjin China Li Xiaopeng Latvia Evgeni Sapronenko Switzerland Dieter Rehm
2001 Belgium Ghent Romania Marian Drăgulescu Latvia Evgeni Sapronenko Cuba Charles Leon Tamayo
2002 Hungary Debrecen China Li Xiaopeng Poland Leszek Blanik China Yang Wei
2003 United States Anaheim China Li Xiaopeng Romania Marian Drăgulescu Canada Kyle Shewfelt
2005 Australia Melbourne Romania Marian Drăgulescu Poland Leszek Blanik Romania Alin Sandu Jivan
2006 Denmark Aarhus Romania Marian Drăgulescu Belarus Dzmitry Kaspiarovich Germany Fabian Hambüchen
2007 Germany Stuttgart Poland Leszek Blanik Romania Ilie Daniel Popescu North Korea Ri Se Gwang
2009 United Kingdom London Romania Marian Drăgulescu Romania Flavius Koczi Russia Anton Golotsutskov
2010 Netherlands Rotterdam France Thomas Bouhail Russia Anton Golotsutskov Belarus Dzmitry Kaspiarovich
2011 Japan Tokyo South Korea Yang Hak-Seon Russia Anton Golotsutskov Japan Makoto Okiguchi
2013 Belgium Antwerp South Korea Yang Hak-Seon United States Steven Legendre United Kingdom Kristian Thomas
2014 China Nanning North Korea Ri Se Gwang Ukraine Igor Radivilov United States Jacob Dalton
2015 United Kingdom Glasgow North Korea Ri Se Gwang Romania Marian Drăgulescu United States Donnell Whittenburg

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