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Men's All-Around

Olympic Gymnastics Medalists

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Men's All-Around

Vitaly Scherbo wins the gold medal in the all-around at the 1992 Olympics

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The Olympic men’s all-around medalists from 1900 (the first year men’s all-around competition was held) through 2012.

 

  • 1900 (Paris, France):
    GOLD Gustave Sandras, France 302.00
    SILVER Noel Bas, France 295.00
    BRONZE Lucien Demanet, France 293.00

     

  • 1904 (St. Louis, USA):
    GOLD Julius Lenhart, USA 69.80
    SILVER Wilhelm Weber, West Germany 69.10
    BRONZE Adolf Spinnler, Switzerland 67.99

     

  • 1908 (London, Great Britain):
    GOLD Alberto Braglia, Italy 317.00
    SILVER Walter Tysal, Great Britain 312.00
    BRONZE Louis Segura, France 297.00

     

  • 1912 (Stockholm, Sweden):
    GOLD Alberto Braglia, Italy 135.00
    SILVER Louis Segura, France 132.50
    BRONZE Adolfo Tunesi, Italy 131.50

     

  • 1920 (Antwerp, Belgium):
    GOLD Giorgio Zampori, Italy 88.35
    SILVER Marcos Torres, France 87.62
    BRONZE Jean Gounot, France 87.45

     

  • 1924 (Paris, France):
    GOLD Leon Stukelj, Yugoslavia 110.340
    SILVER Robert Prazak, Czechoslovakia 110.323
    BRONZE Bedrich Supcik, Czechoslovakia 106.930

     

  • 1928 (Amsterdam, Holland)
    GOLD Georges Miesz, Switzerland 247.500
    SILVER Hermann Hanggi, Switzerland 246.625
    BRONZE Leon Stukelj, Yugoslavia 244.875

     

  • 1932 (Los Angeles, USA)
    GOLD Romeo Neri, Italy 140.625
    SILVER Istvan Pelle, Hungary 134.925
    BRONZE Heikki Savolainen, Finland 134.575

     

  • 1936 (Berlin, Germany)
    GOLD Karl Schwarzmann, Germany 113.100
    SILVER Eugene Mack, Switzerland 112.334
    BRONZE Konrad Frey, Germany 111.532

     

  • 1948 (London, Great Britain)
    GOLD Veikko Huhtanen, Finland 229.700
    SILVER Walter Lehmann, Switzerland 229.000
    BRONZE Paavo Aaltonen, Finland 228.800

     

  • 1952 (Helsinki, Finland)
    GOLD Viktor Chukarin, USSR 115.700
    SILVER Grant Chaguinjan, USSR 114.950
    BRONZE Josef Stalder, Switzerland 114.750

     

  • 1956 (Melbourne, Australia)
    GOLD Viktor Chukarin, USSR 114.250
    SILVER Takashi Ono, Japan 114.200
    BRONZE Yuri Titov, USSR 113.800

     

  • 1960 (Rome, Italy
    GOLD Boris Shaklin, USSR 115.950
    SILVER Takashi Ono, Japan 115.900
    BRONZE Yuri Titov, USSR 115.600

     

  • 1964 (Tokyo, Japan)
    GOLD Yukio Endo, Japan 115.950
    SILVER (tie) Viktor Lisitski, USSR 115.400; Boris Shaklin, USSR 115.400; Shuji Tsurumi, Japan 115.400

     

  • 1968 (Mexico City, Mexico)
    GOLD Sawao Kato, Japan 115.900
    SILVER Mikhail Voronin, USSR 115.850
    BRONZE Akinori Nakayama, Japan 115.650

     

  • 1972 (Munich, Germany)
    GOLD Sawao Kato, Japan 114.650
    SILVER Eizo Kenmotsu, Japan 114.575
    BRONZE Akinori Nakayama, Japan 114.325

     

  • 1976 (Montreal, Canada)
    GOLD Nikolai Andrianov, USSR 116.650
    SILVER Sawao Kato, Japan 115.650
    BRONZE Mitsuo Tsukahara, Japan 115.575

     

  • 1980 (Moscow, USSR)
    GOLD Alexander Dityatin, USSR 118.650
    SILVER Nikolai Andrianov, USSR 118.225
    BRONZE Stoyan Deltchev, Bulgaria 118.000

     

  • 1984 (Los Angeles, USA)*
    GOLD Koji Gushiken, Japan 118.700
    SILVER Peter Vidmar, USA 118.675
    BRONZE Li Ning, China 118.575

     

  • 1988 (Seoul, Korea)
    GOLD Vladimir Artemev, USSR 119.125
    SILVER Valeri Liukin, USSR 119.025
    BRONZE Dimitri Bilozertchev, USSR 118.975

     

  • 1992 (Barcelona, Spain)
    GOLD Vitaly Scherbo, The Unified Team** 59.025
    SILVER Grigory Misutin, The Unified Team 58.925
    BRONZE Valeri Belenki, The Unified Team 58.625

     

  • 1996 (Atlanta, USA)
    GOLD Li Xiaoshuang, China 58.423
    SILVER Alexei Nemov, Russia 58.374
    BRONZE Vitaly Scherbo, Belarus 58.197

     

  • 2000 (Sydney, Australia)
    GOLD Alexei Nemov, Russia 58.474
    SILVER Yang Wei, China 58.361
    BRONZE Oleksandr Beresh, Ukraine 58.212

     

  • 2004 (Athens, Greece)
    GOLD Paul Hamm, USA 57.823
    SILVER Kim Dae-Eun, South Korea 57.811
    BRONZE Yang Tae-Young, South Korea 57.774

     

  • 2008 (Beijing, China)
    GOLD Yang Wei, China 94.575
    SILVER Kohei Uchimara, Japan 91.975
    BRONZE Benoit Caranobe, France 91.925

     

  • 2012 (London, Great Britain)
    GOLD Kohei Uchimura, Japan 92.690
    SILVER Marcel Nguyen, Germany 91.031
    BRONZE Danell Leyva, USA 90.698

* In 1984, the USSR -- one of the most dominant teams of the era -- boycotted the Games, possibly affecting the results

** In 1992, the former USSR competed as the Unified Team, then split into independent republics starting in 1996

 

 

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