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Emilia Eberle
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Emilia Eberle
(Romanian pronunciation: [eˈmili.a ˈeberle]; born 4 March 1964) is a retired Romanian gymnast of German-Hungarian descent.[2]Contents1 Career 2 Later life 3 References 4 External linksCareer[edit] Eberle took up gymnastics aged 7 following her mother. At the time she was coached by Judita Varkony and Pavel Rosenfeld, and later was trained by Béla Károlyi
Béla Károlyi
and Márta Károlyi, before they defected from Romania
Romania
to the United States
United States
in 1981. She was included to the national team in 1976[3] and later became the first female Romanian gymnastics star to succeed Nadia Comăneci. She was often in Comăneci's shadow because, for the greater part of Eberle's career, they competed together. Despite this, she made a name for herself, garnering 13 individual medals at the European, world and Olympic level
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Romania
Coordinates: 46°N 25°E / 46°N 25°E / 46; 25Romania România  (Romanian)FlagCoat of armsAnthem: Deșteaptă-te, române! '"Awaken thee, Romanian!"Location of  Romania  (dark green) – in Europe  (green & dark grey) – in the European Union  (green)  –  [Legend]Capital and largest city Bucharest 44°25′N 26°06′E / 44.417°N 26.100°E / 44.417; 26.100Official languages Romanian[1]Recognised minority languages[2]Albanian Armenian Bulgarian Czech Croatian German Greek Italian Macedonian Hungarian Polish Romani Russian Rusyn Serbian Slovak Tatar Turkish Ukrainian YiddishEthnic groups (2011[3])88.9% Romanians 6.1% Hungarians 3.0% Roma 0.2% Ukrainians 0.2% GermansDemonym RomanianGovernment Unitary semi-presidential republic• PresidentKlaus Iohannis• Pr
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1991 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
The 26th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Indianapolis, United States, in the Hoosier Dome
Hoosier Dome
from September 6 to 15, 1991
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1958 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
The 14th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held on July 6–10, 1958 in Moscow, the capital of the USSR.Contents1 Medallists 2 Men's Results2.1 All-around 2.2 Floor exercise 2.3 Pommel horse 2.4 Rings 2.5 Vault 2.6 Parallel bars 2.7 Horizontal bar 2.8 Team final3 Women's Results3.1 All-around 3.2 Vault 3.3 Uneven bars 3.4 Balance beam 3.5 Floor exercise 3.6 Team final4 Medals 5 ReferencesMedallists[edit]Event Gold Silver BronzeMenTeam all-around details  Soviet Union Albert Azaryan Valentin Lipatov Valentin Muratov Boris Shakhlin Pavel Stolbov Yuri Titov  Japan Nobuyuki Aihara Akira Kono Takashi Ono Masao Takemoto Katsumi Terai Shinsaku Tsukawaki  Czechoslovakia Jaroslav Bím Ferdinand Daniš Pavel Gajdoš Karel Klečka Jindřich Mikulec Josef ŠkvorIndividual all-around details Boris Shakhlin Takashi Ono Yuri TitovFloor details Masao Takemoto Takashi Ono Yuri Titov


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1962 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
The 15th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held on July 3–8, 1962 in Prague, the capital of Czechoslovakia.Contents1 Medallists 2 Men's Results2.1 Team competition 2.2 Individual all-around 2.3 Floor exercise 2.4 Pommel horse 2.5 Rings 2.6 Vault 2.7 Parallel Bars 2.8 Horizontal Bar3 Women's Results3.1 Team competition 3.2 Individual all-around 3.3 Vault 3.4 Uneven bars 3.5 Balance beam 3.6 Floor exercise4 Medal table 5 ReferencesMedallists[edit]Event Gold Silver BronzeMenTeam all-around details  Japan Nobuyuki Aihara Yukio Endo Takashi Mitsukuri Takashi Ono Shuji Tsurumi Haruhiro Yamashita  Soviet Union Valery Kerdemelidi Viktor Leontyev Viktor Lisitsky Boris Shakhlin Pavel Stolbov Yuri Titov  Czechoslovakia Pavel Gajdoš Karel Klečka Přemysl Krbec Václav Kubíčka Ladislav Pazdera Jaroslav ŠťastnýIndividual all-around details Yuri Titov Yukio Endo Boris ShakhlinFloo
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1966 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
The 16th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Dortmund, West Germany, in 1966.Contents1 Results 2 Medals 3 Men3.1 Team competition 3.2 All-around 3.3 Floor Exercise 3.4 Pommel Horse 3.5 Rings 3.6 Vault 3.7 Parallel Bars 3.8 Horizontal Bar4 Women4.1 Team competition 4.2 All-around 4.3 Vault 4.4 Uneven Bars 4.5 Balance Beam 4.6 Floor Exercise5 ReferencesResults[edit]Event Gold Silver BronzeMenTeam all-around details  Japan Shuji Tsurumi Akinori Nakayama Takashi Kato Yukio Endo Takashi Mitsukuri Haruhiro Matsuda  Soviet Union Mikhail Voronin Sergei Diomidov Valery Kerdemelidi Yuri Titov Valery Karasev Boris Shakhlin  East Germany Matthias Brehme Gerhard Dietrich Werner Dolling Erwin Koppe Siegfried Fulle Peter WeberIndividual all-around details Mikhail Voronin Shuji Tsurumi Akinori NakayamaFloor details Akinori Nakayama Yukio Endo Franco MenichelliPommel horse de
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1970 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
The 17th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Hala Tivoli, Ljubljana, SR Slovenia, SFR Yugoslavia, in 1970.Contents1 Results 2 Medals 3 Men3.1 Team Final 3.2 All-around 3.3 Floor Exercise 3.4 Pommel Horse 3.5 Rings 3.6 Vault 3.7 Parallel Bars 3.8 Horizontal Bar4 Women4.1 All-around 4.2 Vault 4.3 Uneven Bars 4.4 Balance Beam 4.5 Floor Exercise 4.6 Team Final5 ReferencesResults[edit]Event Gold Silver BronzeMenTeam all-around details  Japan Eizo Kenmotsu Mitsuo Tsukahara Akinori Nakayama Fumio Honma Takuji Hayata Takeshi Katō  Soviet Union Mikhail Voronin Viktor Klimenko Sergei Diomidov Viktor Lisitsky German Bogdanov Valery Karasyov  East Germany Matthias Brehme Klaus Köste Wolfgang Thüne Gerhard Dietrich Peter Kunze Bernd SchillerIndividual all-around details Eizo Kenmotsu Mitsuo Tsukahara Akinori NakayamaFloor details Akinori Nakayama Eizo Kenmotsu Takeshi Katō
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1983 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
The 22nd Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Budapest, the capital of Hungary, in 1983.Contents1 Results 2 Men2.1 Team Final 2.2 All-around 2.3 Floor Exercise 2.4 Pommel Horse 2.5 Rings 2.6 Vault 2.7 Parallel Bars 2.8 Horizontal Bar3 Women3.1 Team Final 3.2 All-around 3.3 Vault 3.4 Uneven Bars 3.5 Balance Beam 3.6 Floor Exercise4 Medals 5 ReferencesResults[edit]Event Gold Silver BronzeMenTeam all-around details  China Tong Fei Li Ning Lou Yun Xu Zhiqiang Li Xiaoping Li Yuejiu  Soviet Union Dmitry Bilozerchev Artur Akopyan Alexander Pogorelov Vladimir Artemov Yury Korolev Bogdan Makuts  Japan Koji Gushiken Koji Sotomura Nobyuki Kajitani Mitsuake Watanabe Noritoshi Hirata Shinji MorisueIndividual all-around details Dmitry Bilozerchev Koji Gushiken Lou Yun Artur AkopyanFloor details Tong Fei Dmitry Bilozerchev Li NingPommel horse details Dmitry Bilozerchev Li
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1985 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
The 23rd Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in 1985.Contents1 Results 2 Men2.1 Team Final 2.2 All-around 2.3 Floor Exercise 2.4 Pommel Horse 2.5 Rings 2.6 Vault 2.7 Parallel Bars 2.8 Horizontal Bar3 Women3.1 Team Final 3.2 All-around 3.3 Vault 3.4 Uneven Bars 3.5 Balance Beam 3.6 Floor Exercise4 Medals 5 References 6 External linksResults[edit]Event Gold Silver BronzeMenTeam all-around details  Soviet Union Vladimir Artemov Yuri Korolev Valentin Mogilny Yury Balabanov Aleksei Tikhonkikh Aleksandr Tumilovich  China Li Ning Xu Zhiqiang Tong Fei Lou Yun Yang Yueshan Zou Limin  East Germany Sylvio Kroll Holger Behrendt Ulf Hoffmann Jorg Hasse Sven Tippelt Holger ZeigIndividual all-around details Yuri Korolev Vladimir Artemov Sylvio KrollFloor details Tong Fei Yuri Korolev Li NingPommel horse details Valentin Mogilny Li Ning Hiroyuki
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1987 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
The 24th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Rotterdam, Netherlands, in 1987.Contents1 Results 2 Men2.1 Team Final 2.2 All-around 2.3 Floor Exercise 2.4 Pommel Horse 2.5 Rings 2.6 Vault 2.7 Parallel Bars 2.8 Horizontal Bar3 Women3.1 Team Final 3.2 All-around 3.3 Vault 3.4 Uneven Bars 3.5 Balance Beam 3.6 Floor Exercise4 Medals 5 ReferencesResults[edit]Event Gold Silver BronzeMenTeam all-around details  Soviet Union Dmitry Bilozerchev Valeri Liukin Vladimir Artemov Yuri Korolev Vladimir Novikov Aleksei Tikhonkikh  China Xu Zhiqiang Lou Yun Wang Chongsheng Guo Linxiang Li Chunyang Li Ning  East Germany Sylvio Kroll Sven Tippelt Holger Behrendt Ulf Hoffmann Maik Belle Mario ReichertIndividual all-around details Dmitry Bilozerchev Yuri Korolev Vladimir ArtemovFloor details Lou Yun Vladimir Artemov Lubomir GeraskovPommel horse details Zsolt Borkai Dmitry Bilozer
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1989 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
The 25th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Stuttgart, West Germany, in 1989 from October 14 to October 22. The scoring rule New Life was introduced
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1994 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships (Team)
The 1994 World Artistic Gymnastics Team Championships were held in Dortmund, Germany
Germany
from 15–20 November 1994. Only the team event was contested at this meet. The individual events and all-around were contested at another World Championships in Brisbane, Australia
Australia
in April 1994
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1954 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
The 13th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Rome, the capital of Italy, on June 28 - July 1, 1954
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1995 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
The 30th Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held at Sun Dome Fukui in Sabae, Japan
Japan
in 1995.Contents1 Results 2 Men2.1 Team Final 2.2 All-around 2.3 Floor Exercise 2.4 Pommel Horse 2.5 Still Rings 2.6 Vault 2.7 Parallel Bars 2.8 Horizontal Bar3 Women3.1 Team Final 3.2 All-around 3.3 Vault 3.4 Uneven Bars 3.5 Balance Beam 3.6 Floor ExerciseResults[edit]Event Gold Silver BronzeMenTeam all-around details  China Fan Bin Huang Huadong Huang Liping Li Xiaoshuang Zhang Jinjing Shen Jian Fan Hongbin  Japan Yoshiaki Hatakeda Daisuke Nishikawa Hikaru Tanaka Toshiharu Sato Masayuki Matsunaga Hiromasa Masuda Masayo
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1997 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
The 33rd Artistic Gymnastics World Championships were held in Lausanne, Switzerland, in 1997. The 1997 Worlds were notable because they were the first major contest to be held after the elimination of compulsory exercises.Contents1 Results 2 Medal table 3 Men3.1 Team Final 3.2 All-around 3.3 Floor Exercise 3.4 Pommel horse 3.5 Rings 3.6 Vault 3.7 Parallel Bars 3.8 Horizontal Bar4 Women4.1 Team 4.2 All Around Final 4.3 Vault Final 4.4 Uneven Bars 4.5 Balance Beam 4.6 Floor ExerciseResults[edit]Event Gold Silver BronzeMenTeam all-around details  China Shen Jian Li Xiaopeng Huang Xu Lu Yufu Xiao Junfeng Zhang Jinjing  Belarus Ivan Ivankov Vitali Rudnitski Dmitry Kasperovich Alexander Shostak Ivan Pavlovski Alexei Sinkevich  Russia Dmitri Vasilenko Alexei Bondarenko Alexei Voropaev Alexei Nemov Evgeni Ghukov Nikolai KryukovIndividual all-around details Ivan Ivankov Alexei Bondarenko Naoya Tsukahara<
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