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1938 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

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The 11th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Prague, Czechoslovakia in the year 1938.

Medals

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Czechoslovakia (TCH)116219
2  Switzerland (SUI)44412
3 Kingdom of Yugoslavia0123
4 Poland (POL)0011
Totals (4 nations)1511935

Men

Team final

Medal Country Points
Gold medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia
Jan Gajdoš, Gustav Hrubý, Alois Hudec, Emanuel Löffler, Vratislav Petráček, Jan Sládek, Jindřich Tintěra
806.800
Silver medal icon.svg
  Switzerland
Albert Bachmann, Walter Beck, Eugen Mack, Hans Negelin, Michael Reusch, Leo Schürmann, ?? Smid
791.833
Bronze medal icon.svg
 Yugoslavia
Miroslav Forte, Boris Gregorka, ?? Kujundzic, Janez Pristov, Josip Primožič, ?? Skrbinsek, Jože Vadnov
741.300
4  France 740.133
5  Poland 681.233
6  Luxembourg 626.033
7  Belgium 558.400
8  Bulgaria 518.933

All-around

A total of 60 competitors were individually ranked in the all-around competition.[1]

Medal Country Gymnast Score
Gold medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Jan Gajdoš 138.06
Silver medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Jan Sládek 137.46
Bronze medal icon.svg
  Switzerland Eugen Mack 136.40
4  Czechoslovakia Alois Hudec 136.33
5   Switzerland Leo Schürmann 134.53
6  Czechoslovakia Gustav Hrubý 133.83
7   Switzerland Walter Beck 132.60
8   Switzerland Hans Negelin 131.36
9  Czechoslovakia Emanuel Löffler 131.03
10  Czechoslovakia Vratislav Petráček 129.83

Floor exercise

Medal Country Gymnast Score
Gold medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Jan Gajdoš 18.83
Silver medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Alois Hudec 18.56
Silver medal icon.svg
  Switzerland Eugen Mack 18.56
4   Switzerland Michael Reusch 18.36
5 (tie)  Czechoslovakia Vratislav Petráček 18.26
5 (tie)  France ?? Bealin 18.26
5 (tie)   Switzerland Leo Schürmann 18.26
8  France Lucien Masset 18.23
9  Czechoslovakia Emanuel Löffler 18.06
10   Switzerland Walter Beck 18.00

Pommel horse

Medal Country Gymnast Score
Gold medal icon.svg
  Switzerland Michael Reusch 19.56
Silver medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Vratislav Petráček 19.46
Bronze medal icon.svg
  Switzerland Leo Schürmann 19.40
4  Czechoslovakia Jan Gajdoš 19.16
5  Czechoslovakia Jan Sládek 19.06
6   Switzerland Eugen Mack 18.90
7   Switzerland Albert Bachmann 18.76
8   Switzerland ?? Smid 18.46
9  Czechoslovakia Alois Hudec 18.30
10  Czechoslovakia Jindřich Tintěra 18.23

Rings

Medal Country Gymnast Score
Gold medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Alois Hudec 19.63
Silver medal icon.svg
  Switzerland Michael Reusch 19.30
Bronze medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Vratislav Petráček 18.76
4  Czechoslovakia Emanuel Löffler 18.43
5  Poland ?? Kosman 18.33
6   Switzerland Eugen Mack 18.30
7 (tie)  Czechoslovakia Jan Gajdoš 18.26
7 (tie)  Yugoslavia ?? Skrbinsek 18.26
7 (tie)  Czechoslovakia Jindřich Tintěra 18.26
10  Yugoslavia Miroslav Forte 17.90

Vault

Medal Country Gymnast Score
Gold medal icon.svg
  Switzerland Eugen Mack 19.83
Silver medal icon.svg
  Switzerland Walter Beck 19.66
Bronze medal icon.svg
  Switzerland Hans Nagelin 19.50
4  Czechoslovakia Gustav Hrubý 19.36
5  France Armand Walter 19.16
6   Switzerland Leo Schürmann 19.06
7  Luxembourg Jey Kugeler 18.96
8   Switzerland Albert Bachmann 18.93
9 (tie)  Czechoslovakia Alois Hudec 18.90
9 (tie)  Yugoslavia Jože Vadnov 18.90

Parallel bars

Medal Country Gymnast Score
Gold medal icon.svg
  Switzerland Michael Reusch 19.56
Silver medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Alois Hudec 19.53
Bronze medal icon.svg
 Yugoslavia Josip Primožič 18.73
4   Switzerland Eugen Mack 18.66
5   Switzerland Hans Negelin 18.46
6  Czechoslovakia Jan Gajdoš 18.33
7  France Lucien Masset 18.16
8   Switzerland ?? Smid 18.13
9 (tie)   Switzerland Walter Beck 18.10
9 (tie)   Switzerland Leo Schürmann 18.10

Horizontal bar

Medal Country Gymnast Score
Gold medal icon.svg
  Switzerland Michael Reusch 19.76
Silver medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Alois Hudec 19.70
Bronze medal icon.svg
  Switzerland Walter Beck 19.63
4   Switzerland Eugen Mack 19.33
5  Yugoslavia Josip Primožič 19.30
6   Switzerland Leo Schürmann 19.16
7  France Armand Walter 19.06
8 (tie)  Czechoslovakia Jan Gajdoš 19.03
8 (tie)  Yugoslavia ?? Kujundzic 19.03
10  Czechoslovakia Jan Sládek 18.86

Women

Team final

Medal Country Points
Gold medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia
Vlasta Děkanová, Božena Dobešová, ?? Hendrychova, Anna Nezerpová, Matylda Pálfyová, Marie Skálová, Zdeňka Veřmiřovská
552.76
Silver medal icon.svg
 Yugoslavia
Ančka Hafner, Ema Kovacic, Marta Podpac, Marta Pustišek, Dušica Radivojević, Lidija Rupnik, Milena Sket, Jelica Vazzaz[2][better source needed]
513.96
Bronze medal icon.svg
 Poland 510.21
4  Bulgaria 286.34

All-around

A total of 32 woman gymnasts were individually ranked for the all-around competition.[1] With the context of both the previous World Championships which were the first with a women's segment to the competition as well as the interceding Olympic Games, the outcome and composition of the women's all-around podium at these championships was significant. Reportedly, cheating occurred at the first 1934 women's installment of these games[3] which, when undone, allowed the Czechoslovakian team and their foremost star Vlasta Děkanová to be the first-place finishers, as a team and individual, respectively. Going into the 1936 Olympics, the Czechoslovakians and Děkanová were the favorites, but had to take 2nd place behind the home-ground advantaged German team (who did not compete at the 1934 Worlds), and the top three scoring individuals were all German. These 1938 Worlds were hosted in Prague, Czechoslovakia, and this time all three spots on the all-around podium were occupied by individuals from the Czechoslovakian team. Děkanová (a Bohemian) successfully defended her first place finish from the previous worlds, Zdeňka Veřmiřovská (a Moravian) won silver, and Matylda Pálfyová (a Slovakian) won bronze. The three regions from which each hailed within the former Czechoslovakia were the 3 largest and most significant regions of that nation, so the fullest representation possible of geographical diversity within that country was made manifest on this all-around podium.

Rank Gymnast Total
1st place, gold medalist(s)  Vlasta Děkanová (TCH) 83.66
2nd place, silver medalist(s)  Zdeňka Veřmiřovská (TCH) 82.71
3rd place, bronze medalist(s)  Matylda Pálfyová (TCH) 81.98
4  Janina Skirlińska (POL) 80.30
5  Marie Skálová (TCH) 80.10
6  Anna Nezerpová (TCH) 78.88
7  Lidija Rupnik (YUG) 78.86
8  Ančka Hafner (YUG) 78.70
9  ? Hendrychova (TCH) 77.83
10  Božena Dobešová (TCH) 76.96

[4][1]

Vault

Medal Country Gymnast
Gold medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Vlasta Děkanová

Parallel bars

(During these much earlier times, women sometimes still performed on the Parallel Bars, which has for nearly a century been exclusive to men in competition, rather than the Uneven Bars), which has for nearly a century been exclusive to women in competition.

Medal Country Gymnast
Gold medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Matylda Pálfyová
Gold medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Vlasta Děkanová

Balance beam

Medal Country Gymnast
Gold medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Vlasta Děkanová

Floor exercise

Medal Country Gymnast
Gold medal icon.svg
 Czechoslovakia Matylda Pálfyová

References

  1. ^ a b c Macanovic, Hrvoje (July 30, 1938). "Setsko gimnasticko prvenstvo 1938 u Pragu" [World Gymnastics Championships 1938 in Prague.]. Sokolsky Glasnik (in Slovenian). 9 (26–29). p. 34. Retrieved January 11, 2021.
  2. ^ Vreca, Sanja (2016). ŽIVLJENJEPIS SLOVENSKIH VRHUNSKIH TELOVADK OD 1936 DO 1970 [Curriculum Vitae of Slovenian Top Gymnasts From 1936 to 1970] (PDF) (Diploma). University of Ljubljana. Retrieved January 11, 2021.
  3. ^ "Stříbrná zlatá Vlasta Děkanová - Mistryně světa v tělocviku". 18 August 2019.
  4. ^ "Ceskoslovensko vyhralo mezinarodni telocvicne zavody" [Czechoslovakia won international gym races.]. Vecer (in Czech). 25 (154). July 2, 1938. p. 30. Retrieved December 21, 2020.
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