Giorgio Zampori was the next great Italian gymnast after Alberto Braglia. Competing in three Olympics, Zampori won a team gold in 1912, team and individual all-around golds in 1920, and team gold and parallel bars bronze in 1924. He won four gold medals, a silver, and three bronzes at the World Championships; winning parallel bars golds in 1911 and 1913, pommelled horse and rings golds in 1913, pommelled horse silver in 1911, rings bronze in 1909, and team event bronzes in 1909 and 1913. After finishing his sporting career, Zampori taught gymnastics in Brescia and was coach of the Italian national gymnastics team up to the 1960 Olympics.
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