Mexican Gymnast Alexa Moreno to the 2024 Olympics

Mexican gymnast Alexa Moreno secured her spot at the 2024 Paris Olympics by finishing among the top 14 gymnasts at the 2023 Gymnastics World Championship in Antwerp.

The Mexican women’s team ended up in 14th place and earned another individual slot for the Olympic Games.

Additionally, Alexa Moreno, the Mexican gymnast, earned her place by making it to the final of the All-Around event, placing among the top 14 athletes.

Alexa Moreno’s strongest event is vaulting, and she demonstrated it once again on Monday by reaching the final as the fifth-ranked participant with a score of 14.149.

The competition will take place next Saturday at 6:30 AM, Mexico time.

At 29 years old, Alexa Moreno continues to rise in her discipline. She is best known for winning the bronze medal in vaulting at the 2018 Artistic Gymnastics World Championship, becoming the first Mexican gymnast to achieve a podium finish.

Subsequently, at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics (held in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic), she finished in fourth place in the vault event, scoring 14.716 points.

Without a doubt, Alexa Moreno is one of the top gymnasts in the Americas.

From 2010 to the present, she has earned 14 medals at the Central American and Caribbean Games and the Pan American Games.

The gymnast was co-flag bearer for Mexico at the opening ceremony of the 2023 Central American and Caribbean Games in San Salvador, El Salvador.

In 2019, she received the Sports Merit Medal from the Mexican Chamber of Deputies and the National Sports Award of Mexico in the amateur category.

It’s worth noting that on September 17, Alexa Moreno participated in the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup in Paris, where she performed exceptionally well, winning gold and bronze medals in the vault and floor exercise events, respectively.

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