Ranking the Most Dominant Gymnasts of the 1930s

Data Crunch #5.9
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To explain this post: A gold is worth three points, silver is worth two points, and bronze is worth one point. Only individual medals will be counted as to avoid punishing gymnasts who competed for nations that aren’t established WAG powers. If there is a tie, both gymnasts get the full point total. For example Matylda Palfyeva and Vlasta Dekanova each get three points for sharing the gold medal on bars at the 1938 World Championships.

Name Country Points
Vlasta Dekanova Czechoslovakia 15
Matylda Palfyeva Czechoslovakia 4
Margit Kalocsai Hungary 2
Zdenka Vermirovska Czechoslovakia 2
Janina Skyrlinska Poland 1

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