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February 15, 1980 in Almaty) is a gymnast from Kazakhstan. He has
been Kazakhstan's most successful gymnast of the new millennium.
Yernar trained under the old Soviet system until the USSR broke up.
He first competed internationally as a youngster of 17 in the 1997
Junior International. He finished 24th All Around (AA) with a
dismal 46.650. Yernar steadily improved and won much acclaim at the
2001 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships. He led the
competition at the halfway point of the All Around competition.
Then he saw his name on top of the scoreboard and got nervous. He
bombed his last 3 events to finish 6th. He also made finals on
Floor and Vault, finishing out of the medals. One of the few
all-around gymnasts left, he competed in many competitions during
2002 and 2003, winning a sash of Grand Prix medals. He won a gold
on HB at the Grand Prix at Ghent, Belgium in 2005. He also won
golds at the 2003 University Games, and Asian Championships. He
continued to underperform at the 2002 World Artistic Gymnastics
Championships making only the vault final and finished 6th.
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