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Gymnastics at the 1900 Summer Olympics

 

Gymnastics at the 1900 Summer Olympics

Men's all-around
at the Games of the II Olympiad
Dates July 29–30
Competitors 135 from 8 nations
Medalists
Gold medal 
Silver medal 
Bronze medal 

At the 1900 Summer Olympics one gymnastics event was contested. The competition was held on Sunday, July 29, 1900, and on Monday, July 30, 1900.

Artistic gymnastics

Contents

  • Results 1
  • Participating nations 2
  • Medal table 3
  • References 4

Results

Gymnasts performed in 16 exercises, many of them being two competitions of the same discipline. There was a maximum of 20 points in each exercise, leading to a total maximum of 320 points. The events were mostly gymnastic in nature, but also included a number of athletics events and a weightlifting competition.

  • 1. and 2. - Horizontal bar
  • 3. and 4. - Parallel bars
  • 5. and 6. - Rings
  • 7. and 8. - Pommel horse
  • 9. and 10. - Floor exercise
  • 11. - Horse vault
  • 12. - Combined high jump
  • 13. - Long jump
  • 14. - Pole vault
  • 15. - Rope climbing
  • 16. - Weightlifting
Place Name Score
1  Gustave Sandras (FRA) 302
2  Noël Bas (FRA) 295
3  Lucien Démanet (FRA) 293
4  Pierre Payssé (FRA) 290
 Jules Rolland (FRA) 290
6  Gustave Fabry (FRA) 283
7  Joseph Martinez (FRA) 277
8  Marcel Lalu (FRA) 275
 Mauvezain (FRA) 275
10  L. Léstienne (FRA) 273
11  Nicolas Dejaeghère (FRA) 272
12  Gaché (FRA) 270
 Joseph Lavielle (FRA) 270
14  Berhouzouq (FRA) 268
15  Bollet (FRA) 267
 Jean Castigliono (FRA) 267
17  Gaucher (FRA) 266
18  Moreno (FRA) 265
19  Jules Ducret (SUI) 264
 Obrecht (FRA) 264
21  Daniel Lavielle (FRA) 263
22  Monteil (FRA) 262
23  Ghysels (FRA) 261
 Jeanfavre (SUI) 261
 Schaan (FRA) 261
26  Allègré (FRA) 257
27  Fernand Ravoux (FRA) 256
28  Camillo Pavanello (ITA) 255
29  Hugo Peitsch (GER) 252
30  Paulin Lemaire (FRA) 251
31  William Connor (GBR) 250
32  Bettremieux (FRA) 249
 František Erben 249
 Dominique Ravoux (FRA) 249
35  Alfred Castille (FRA) 248
 Jules Perret (FRA) 248
37  Paul Gibiard (FRA) 247
 Jules Lecoutre (FRA) 247
 Vedeux (FRA) 247
40  Balossier (FRA) 246
 Imbert (FRA) 246
 Pratviel (FRA) 246
43  Élie Bourgois (FRA) 245
 Charles Broadbeck (SUI) 245
 Honorez (FRA) 245
46  Bouchon (FRA) 244
Place Name Score
47  Bornes (FRA) 243
 Ernest Créteur (FRA) 243
49  Michaud (FRA) 242
50  Jardinier (FRA) 241
 Labonal (FRA) 241
 Thiriet (FRA) 241
53  Eugen Fürstenberger (GER) 240
54  Richard Genserowski (GER) 238
 Pearce (GBR) 238
56  Fernhbach (FRA) 236
 Scherb (FRA) 236
 Strasser (FRA) 236
59  Röthong (GER) 234
60  Grimm (FRA) 233
 Simon (FRA) 233
62  Boulanger (FRA) 232
 Lévy (FRA) 232
64  Deroubaix (FRA) 231
65  Blanchard (FRA) 230
 Le Bourvelec (FRA) 230
67  Julese Deleval (FRA) 229
 Salzard (FRA) 229
69  Fierens (FRA) 228
70 )FRA( 225
71  Carl Wiegand (GER) 224
72  Fritz Manteuffel (GER) 223
73  Phillips (GBR) 222
74  Dejean (FRA) 221
75  Bourgougnoux (FRA) 220
 Henri Créteur (FRA) 220
77  Franz Abbé (GER) 219
 Otto Meyer (FRA) 219
79  Fritz Danner (GER) 216
 Douchet (FRA) 216
 Erwin Kurtz (GER) 216
 Pradairol (FRA) 216
 Viart (FRA) 216
84  Debailly (FRA) 214
 Decruz (FRA) 214
 Rostin (FRA) 214
 Fritz Sauer (GER) 214
88  Aubert (FRA) 211
 Dufeite (FRA) 211
 Gillet (FRA) 211
 Gyula Kakas (HUN) 211
211
Place Name Score
93 210
210
210
210
97 209
98 208
99 207
100 206
101 205
102 204
204
204
105 201
106 200
107 199
108 196
109 195
195
111 194
112 192
113 190
190
115 187
116 184
117 183
118 180
180
120 178
121 177
122 175
175
124 172
125 166
126 164
164
164
164
130 154
131 149
132 145
133 133
DNF
DNF

Participating nations

A total of 135 gymnasts from 8 nations competed at the Paris Games:

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 1 1 1 3

References

  • International Olympic Committee medal winners database
  • De Wael, Herman. Herman's Full Olympians: "Gymnastics 1900". Accessed 25 February 2006. Available electronically at [1].
  • sports-reference


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