3 1978 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships


1978 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships

The 19th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Strasbourg, France, in 1978.

The new rule was introduced: eight gymnasts competed in each of the apparatus finals.

A video control system was installed near each apparatus to help judges in disputable situations. cite journal | year = 1978 | month = October-November | title = Within the IFs | journal = Olympic Review | issue = 132-133 | pages = p. 644 | url = http://www.aafla.org/OlympicInformationCenter/OlympicReview/1978/ore132/ore132z.pdf | accessdate = 2006-04-11 ] For the first time it was used at the 1977 European Championships.

Medals

Pommel horse

Parallel bars

= Women =

All-around

Balance beam

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