Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California
Date Started: August 11, 1932
Date Finished: August 11, 1932
Format: Separate competition unrelated to all-around, with specialists allowed to compete on the apparatus. Score based on compulsory and optional exercises on apparatus.
The pommelled horse had 10 competitors from six nations, as no Japanese and only one Italian competed. The gymnasts performed a compulsory and a voluntary exercise, with total points determining the final standings. The event was held separately from the all-around. The comfortable winner was Hungarian István Pelle, who had the highest score in the compulsory routine. In the voluntary routine, Italian Omero Bonoli had the best score, which brought him the silver medal, followed by American Frank Cumiskey, but Cumiskey was only fifth in the compulsories and just missed the podium in fourth place, as bronze went to his teammate, Frank Haubold.
|3||Frank Haubold||26||United States||USA||Bronze||55.7||27.8||27.9|
|4||Frank Cumiskey||19||United States||USA||54.7||26.3||28.4|
|6||Al Jochim||30||United States||USA||51.2||25.6||25.6|