20 April, 2024

Kazakhstan’s Milad Karimi Wins Gold at Doha World Cup in Artistic Gymnastics

Doha, Qatar – April 19, 2024 – Kazakh gymnast Milad Karimi claimed the gold medal in the floor exercise at the World Cup in artistic gymnastics held in Doha, Qatar. The National Olympic Committee of Kazakhstan announced that Karimi delivered an outstanding performance in the finals, earning a score of 14.766 points to take first place.

British gymnast Luke Whitehouse achieved the second spot with 14.566 points, while Kazakhstan’s Dmitry Patanin earned the third position with 14.500 points. This success in the floor exercise underscores Karimi’s growing prominence in the international gymnastics community. Meanwhile, Nariman Kurbanov also represented Kazakhstan in the pommel horse finals, competing for an Olympic license.

Karimi’s victory in Doha’s Artistic Gymnastics World Cup further emphasizes Kazakhstan’s dedication to sports and its commitment to nurturing world-class athletes. With over 95 male (MAG) and 55 female (WAG) gymnasts from 55 countries participating, the competition was intense, making Karimi’s gold-medal performance all the more remarkable.

The Doha World Cup is the final qualifying event for the 2024 Paris Olympics, offering athletes a chance to secure their places at the Games.