Ranking the Most Dominant All-Around Podiums (By Year)

The premise of this list is to measure which All-Around podium was statistically the strongest when using total medals won in that very same competition as a benchmark. Points are awarded using my points system with 3-points for gold, 2-points for silver, and 1-point for bronze. Medals won in a team competition are not counted. Theoretically, the lowest a podium could score is 6-points while the absolute maximum possible point total is 30 points.

Make sure to check out the Data Hub for additional rankings, or click here for a link to this same list ordered from strongest to weakest.

YearEvent TypePoints
1950Worlds24
1952Olympics22
1954Worlds13
1956Olympics24
1958Worlds24
1960Olympics22
1962Worlds23
1964Olympics24
1966Worlds25
1968Olympics23
1970Worlds20
1972Olympics19
1974Worlds24
1976Olympics23
1978Worlds19
1979Worlds15
1980Olympics19
1981Worlds9
1983Worlds18
1984Olympics22
1985Worlds19
1987Worlds26
1988Olympics24
1989Worlds10
1991Worlds13
1992Olympics19
1993Worlds15
1994Worlds16
1995Worlds16
1996Olympics19
1997Worlds17
1999Worlds10
2000Olympics15
2001Worlds20
2003Worlds6
2004Olympics8
2005Worlds18
2006Worlds12
2007Worlds12
2008Olympics17
2009Worlds9
2010Worlds15
2011Worlds12
2012Olympics10
2013Worlds20
2014Worlds16
2015Worlds13
2016Olympics18
2017Worlds10
2018Worlds18
2019Worlds16

Link to the Data Hub

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