Yernar Yerimbetov

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Yernar Yerimbetov (born February 15, 1980 in Almaty) is a gymnast from Kazakhstan. Yerimbetov trained under the old Soviet system until the USSR broke up. He first competed internationally at age 17, in the 1997 Junior International. He finished 24th All Around (AA) with a 46.650.[1] At the 2001 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, he made finals on Floor and Vault, finishing in 6th place. He also made finals on Floor and Vault, finishing out of the medals.[2]

Yerimbetov competed in many competitions during 2002 and 2003. He won a gold medal on HB[clarification needed] at the Grand Prix at Ghent, Belgium in 2005.[citation needed] He also won gold at the 2003 University Games and Asian Championships.[citation needed] At the 2003 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, he placed 4th AA. Yerimbetov qualified for the 2004 Summer Olympics but placed 14th in the Men's individual all-around after placing fifth in Men's artistic qualification. In the parallel bars competition, he finished eighth. In 2006, Yerimbetov won a bronze medal on vault at the 2006 Asian Games,[citation needed] and competed at the Grand Prix Final on vault.

Yernar has a wife and son in Almaty, Kazakhstan.


  1. ^ "1997 Junior International". Retrieved 2017-07-28.[dead link]
  2. ^ "Yerimbetov". Archived from the original on 2007-04-16.