|Is||Gymnast Athlete Artistic gymnast|
|Birth||23 July 1987, Blumenhagen|
Philipp Boy (born July 23, 1987 in Blumenhagen, East Germany) is a former German gymnast.
He was a member of the 2007 and 2010 World bronze medal winning teams. In addition, he won back-to-back silver medals in the World All Around competition (2010 and 2011). He is the 2011 European All Around Champion. In the 2011 World Championships, Boy won the silver all-around because of his high bar routine. He received a score of 16.066, the highest score on high bar by far.
The men's team won the bronze medal at the World Championships. Boy finished 18th in the individual all-around finals.
The German team placed second at the European Championships.
Boy was part of the German Olympic team. He placed 13th in individual all-around finals.
Boy placed fourth in the individual all-around finals at the European Championships.
Boy was part of the team that finished first in the team all-around at the European Championships. He also tied for the bronze medal on high bar with countryman Fabian Hambüchen.
At the World Championships in Rotterdam, the men's team won the bronze medal. Boy won a silver medal in the individual all-around competition. He also qualified to the high bar finals, where he finished fourth.
Boy won the individual all-around title at the European Championships. He also won a silver medal in the high bar finals.
At the World Championships in Tokyo, the German team placed sixth in the team finals. Phillip Boy again placed second in the individual all-around behind Kōhei Uchimura. He also qualified to the high bar finals, where he placed seventh.
The German team placed sixth at the European Championships. He qualified to the high bar finals where he finished eighth.
Boy competed as part of the German Olympic team. The German men's team qualified to finals in fourth place, but placed seventh in the team finals. Boy competed in the qualification for all-around finals and placed 17th, but was prevented from competing in the all-around finals by the two-per-country rule, as Fabian Hambüchen (3rd) and Marcel Nguyen (7th) placed ahead of him.
On December 1, 2012, Boy announced his retirement from competitive sports.