Paris 2024: Alexa Moreno gets a pass to her third Olympic Games
The Mexican gymnast Alexa Moreno On Monday he got his pass to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games after finishing among the best 14 gymnasts in the World Gymnastics Championships Antwerp 2023held in Belgium, and during which he obtained the non-nominal pass for Mexico.
The national delegation team finished in 14th place in the competition and will have an additional place to Moreno's for the Olympic Games.
The one born in Mexicali shone once again in the jump testwhere he continues to surprise the world of Olympism and in which he has already been crowned in world competitions, remembering his bronze at the 2018 Artistic Gymnastics World Cup, the first podium for a Mexican gymnast. Meanwhile, in the past Tokyo 2020 Games She was just one position away from the medals, making her one of the best exponents on the entire continent.
In the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup 2023held in Paris, he also managed to win the medal of gold in his specialty and then, the bronze in the floor category.
On social networks, the gymnast confirmed her pass to those who will be her third Olympic Gamesdebuting in Rio 2016 and improving to Tokyo 2020so an even greater jump in performance is expected for the summer fair in the French capital.
Now, Moreno's sights are set on the Panamerican Games to be held in Santiago de Chile starting next October 20 and until November 5.
During the Central American and Caribbean Games held in San Salvador, Moreno once again dominated the national delegation, of which she was the official flag bearer, after achieving the gold in jumping and two additional medals in gymnastics.
The impact that Moreno has had on both Mexican and international gymnastics has not gone unnoticed either, after the Olympic Games They published a video on their official social networks where they celebrated 40 years of the jumping discipline with two videos side by side, one from Moreno and the other from the Romanian Nadia Comanecirecognized as the best Olympic gymnast in all history.
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