Olympic gymnast Eleftherios Petrounias takes gold at Cottbus World Cup

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Olympic gymnast, Eleftherios Petrounias, has won another gold medal in rings at the Artistic Gymnastics World Cup that took place in Cottbus, Germany. 

With a score of 14.966, Petrounias executed his demanding routine flawlessly and did not leave any room for his opponents to challenge his superiority on the rings. 

The gold medal means Petrounias has secured his place in the pre-Olympic world championship in Antwerp, Belgium this September.

At this tournament, Petrounias will have his first opportunity to qualify for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

Petrounias is the 2016 Olympic champion, 2020 Olympic bronze medalist, three-time World champion (2015, 2017, 2018) and a six-time (2011, 2015–18, 2021, 2022) European medalist on the still rings (six gold and one bronze).

READ MORE: Petrounias takes gold in Melbourne at 2020 World Cup Gymnastics.

Source: The National Herald.

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