WORLD CHAMPIONS, ALL - POMMEL HORSE
Pommel horse /  Pferd  Champions All Pommel horse


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Women's vault / Sprung (Frauen) Uneven bars / Stufenbarren Balance beam / Schwebebalken Floor exercises / Boden (Frauen)

Three gymnasts tied for first place at the 1903 world championships, the first in the history of this sport: Georges Dejaghère and Joseph Lux, both of France, as well as the Dutch competitor Thyssen all scored 18,00 points. Swiss gymnasts Mack, Reusch and Stalder ruled on pommel horse in the 1930's.

After the Soviet gymnasts Shaginyan and Shakhlin dominated ruled in the 1950s, Slovenian Miroslav Cerar took three consecutive world titles between 1962 and 1970. Zoltan Magyar (HUN) followed in his foot steps by winning the same amount of world titles.
In the 1980's, Soviets, Germans and Hungarians took turns on the highest step of the podium, succeeded by the exceptional
Pae (PRK) and Li, Donghua (SUI). Currently, Romanian Marius Urzica is the master of the pommel horse universe despite only having won a single world title so far (in 1994), followed by the titles in 2001 and 2002.
But in Anaheim 2003 went two titles to Asian gymnasts: TENG, Haibin (CHN) and Takehiro Kashima (JPN). With Xiao, Qin China won again in Melbourne 2005, but also in Arhus 2006, and  he realized the hattrick in Stuttgart 2007.
ZHANG Hongtao
won the 6th Chinese title 2009 in London ...
23 ago the last Hungarian gymnast was Zsolt Borkai, together with Biloserchev, who won a gold medal on pommelhorse for Hungary - now, 2010 Krisztian Berki faught back the pommel horse title back , and after the Japanese Kohei Kameyama 2013 in Antwerp, Berki won his third World Title 2014 in Nanning and 2015 in Glasgow Max Whitlock - in front of his compatriot Louis Smith the first pommel gold and first British (men's) WCh title for Great Britain ever ...
Nine Years after London XIAO Ruoteng won the next chines Gold on Pommel horse 
and he prevents the hat-trick of  Max Whitlock, but the British pommel specialist won his third gold in Stuttgart 2019!
  WCh MEN Pommel Horse   (- since 1903 - 2019)

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Year

- last finalists

2019
Stuttgart
GER
WHITLOCK, Max (GBR)
   
(7.0) - 15,500 
LEE Chih Kai
(TPE)
      
(6.5) - 15,433
McCLENAGHAN, Rhys  (IRL)
           (6.4) -
15,400
4. Zou, Jingyuan (CHN)
5. Kazuma Kaya (JPN)
6. Cyril Tommasone (FRA)
7. Shiao, Yu-Jan (TPE)
8. David Belyavsky (RUS)
9. Daiki Hashimoto (JPN)

2018
Doha
QAT
XIAO, Ruoteng
(CHN)  - 15,166
WHITLOCK, Max
(GBR)  - 15,166
LEE, Chih Kai
(TPE)  - 14,966

4.Samuel Mikulak
5. Nariman Kurbanov (KAZ)
6. Nikita Nagorny (RUS)
7.  David Belyavski (RUS)
8. Cyril Tommasone (FRA)

2017
Montreal
GBR
WHITLOCK, Max
(GBR) - 15,441
BELYAVSKIY, David  (RUS)
             - 15,100
XIAO, Ruoteng
(CHN)   - 15,066
4. Alex. Naddour  (USA)
5. Harutyun Merdinyan(ARM)
6.  WENG, Hao  (CHN)
7. Oleg Verniaiev  (UKR)
8. Saso Bertoncelj (SLO)

2015
Glasgow
GBR
WHITLOCK, Max
(GBR)
SMITH, Louis
(GBR)
MERDINYAN, Harutyun (ARM)

KAYA, Kazuma
(JPN)
4.  ---
5. V. Hidvgi (HUN)
6. O. Verniaiev (UKR)
7. A. Naddur (USA)
8. R. Seligman (CRO)

2014
NANNING
CHN
BERKI, Krisztian  (HUN) UDE, Filip  (CRO) TOMMASONE, Cyril  (FRA) 4. S. Bertoncelj (SLO)
5. R. Seligmann (CRO)
6. A. Naddour (USA)
7. A. Likhovitski (BLR)
8. D. Keatings (GBR)

2013
Antwerp
BEL
KAMEYAMA, Kohei  (JPN) CORREL, Daniel  (MEX)

WHITLOCK, Max  (GBR)
 - 4. Zhang, Hongtao (CHN)
4. A. Busnari (ITA)
6. R. Seligman (CRO)
7. M. Petrow (RUS)
8. P. Sellathurai (AUS)

2011
Tokyo
JPN
BERKI, Krisztian  (HUN) TOMMASONE, Cyril  (FRA) SMITH, Louis  (GBR) 4. V. Hidvegi (HUN)
5. K. Uchimura (JPN)
6. P. Sellathurai (AUS)
7. S. Bertoncelj (SLO)
7. TENG, H   (CHN)

2010
Rotterdam
NED
BERKI, Krisztian  (HUN) SMITH, Louis
(GBR)
Prashanth Sellathurai (AUS) 4. C. Tommasone FRA)
5. F. Ude (CRO)
6. H. Merdinyan (ARM)
7. D. D. Truyens (BEL)
8. S. Bertoncelj (SLO)

2009
London
GBR
ZHANG Hongtao
CHN
BERKI, Krisztian  (HUN) SELLATHURAI, Prashanth  (AUS) 4. C. Tommasone (FRA)
5. T. McNeill (USA)
6. F. Koczi (ROU)
7. R. Seligman (CRO)
8. L. Smith (GBR)

2007
Stuttgart
GER
XIAO, Qin CHN) BERKI, Krisztian  (HUN) Louis SMITH (GBR) 4. YANG, Wei (CHN)
5. H. TOMITA (JPN)
6. A. ARTEMEV (USA)
7. D. KEATINGS (GBR)
8. Alexei IGNATOVICH
    (BLR)

2006
Aarhus
DEN
XIAO, Qin (CHN) SELLATHURAI, Prashanth  (AUS) ARTEMEV, Alex.  (USA) 4. N. KRYUKOV (RUS)
5. FENG, Jing (CHN)
6. F. KOCZI (ROU)
7. H. TOMITA (JPN)
8. R. SELIGMAN (CRO)

2005
Melbourne
AUS
XIAO, Qin (CHN) SUCIU, Ioan
(ROU)
KASHIMA,Takehiro
(JPN)
 
2003
Anaheim
TENG, Haibin (CHN)
KAHIMA, Takehiro
(JPN)
- KRUKOV, Nikolai 
(RUS
-
2002
Debrecen
URZICA, Marius
(ROU)
XIAO, Qin (CHN) KASHIMA, T. (JPN) -
2001
G
hent
URZICA, Marius
(ROU)
XIAO, Qin (CHN) BERESH, Alex. (UKR) -
1999
Tianjin
NEMOV, Alex. (RUS) URZICA, Marius
(ROU)
KRUKOV, Nikolai 
(RUS
5. A. Wecker (GER)
6. V. Belenki (GER)
1997
Lausanne
BELENKI, V.
(GER)
POUJADE (FRA) PAE, Gil Su (PRK) -
1996
San Josè
Pae, Gil Su (PRK) LI, Donghua (SUI) NEMOV, Alex. (RUS) -
1995
Sabae
Li, Donghua (SUI) HUANG, Huadong (CHN)
HATAKEDA (JPN)
- -
1994
Brisbane
URZICA, Marius
(ROU)
POUJADE (FRA) LI, Donghua (SUI) 7. V. Belenki (GER)
1993
Birmingham
PAE, Gil Su (PRK) WECKER, Andreas (GER) SCHUPKEGEL (HUN) -
1992
Paris
PAE, Gil Su (PRK)
SCHERBO, V. (EUN)
LI, Jing (CHN)
- - (HF) J. Milbradt (GER)
(Q)   P. Nikiferow (GER)
1991
Indianapolis
BELENKI, V. (URS) GUO, Linyao (CHN) LI, Jing (CHN) 4.  A. Wecker (GER); 
8.  S. Kroll (GER)

..after the political changes at the beginning of the nineties:

   
Year  -German Finalists
1989 V. Mogilny (URS) A. Wecker (GDR) Li, Jing (CHN) -
1987 Z. Borkai (HUN)
D. Bilosertchev (URS)
- L. Geraskow (BUL) 5. Kroll (GDR)
8. Belle GDR
1985 V. Mogilny (URS) Li, Ning (CHN) H. Konishi (JPN) 6. Kroll (GDR)
1983 D. Bilosertchev (URS) G. Guczoghy (HUN)
Li, Xiaoping (CHN)
- 5. Kroll (GDR)
1981 M. Nikolay (GDR)
Li, Xiaoping (CHN)
- Y. Korolov (URS)
G. Guczoghy (HUN)
-
1979 Z. Magyar (HUN) K. Thomas (USA) K. Gushiken (JPN) 8. Nikolay, M. (GDR)
1978 Z. Magyar (HUN) E. Gienger (FRG) S. Deltchev (BUL) 6. Nikolay, M (GDR)
1974 Z. Magyar (HUN) N. Andrianov (URS) E. Kenmotsu (JPN) 6. Thüne (GDR)
1970 M. Cerar (YUG) E. Kenmotsu (JPN) V. Klimenko (URS) 5. Brehme (GDR)
1966 M. Cerar (YUG) M. Voronin (URS) T. Kato (JPN) 4. Brehme (GDR)
1962 M. Cerar (YUG) B. Shakhlin (URS) T. Mitsukuri (JPN)
Yu, Li Feng (CHN)
1958 B. Shakhlin (URS) P. Stolbov (URS) M. Cerar (YUG) -
1954 G. Shaginyan (URS) J. Stalder (SUI)  V. Chukarin (URS)
1950 J. Stalder (SUI) M. Adatte (SUI) W. Lehmann (SUI)  -
1938  M. Reusch (SUI) V. Petracek (CSR) L. Schürmann (SUI) -
1934 E. Mack (SUI) E. Steinemann (SUI) J. Slàdek (CSR)
1930  J. Primozic (YUG)  P. Sumi (YUG) J. Gaidos (CSR) -
1926 J. Karafiat (CSR) J. Gaidos (CSR) L. Vacha (CSR) -
1922 M. Klinger (CSR) L. Stukelj (YUG)
S. Indruch (CSR)
P. Sumi (YUG)
-
1913 G. Zampori (ITA)      Aubry (FRA)
O. Palazzi (ITA)
M. Torrès (FRA)
- -
1911 O. Palazzi (ITA) P. Salvi (ITA)
G. Zampori (ITA)
-
1907 F. Erben (CSR) J. Rolland (FRA) Sal (CSR) -
1905 G. Dejaeghère (FRA) M. Lalue (FRA) Lavielle (FRA)
1903 G. Dejaeghère (FRA)
J. Lux (FRA)
    Thyssen (NED)
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WORLD CHAMPION 2019

+ Champion 2017 & 2015

Max WHITLOCK (GBR)
2015 the very first titel - 2019 the third!

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WORLD CHAMPION  2018 (Doha)
xiao
XIAO, Ruoteng (CHN)
- Chinese victory on pommel horse
after a break of 9 years!

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WORLD CHAMPION 2010, 2011, 2014

Krisztian BERKI (HUN)
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WORLD CHAMPION 2013

Kohei KAMEYAMA (JPN)
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WORLD CHAMPION 2009

ZHANG Hongtao (CHN)
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WORLD CHAMPION  2005, '06, '07

XIAO, Qin (CHN)
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WORLD CHAMPION 1994, 2001, '02

Marius URZICA (ROU)
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