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    26/08/1996 · Yul Moldauer, a versatile American artistic gymnast is the 2017 U.S. national all-around champion and the 2017 World bronze medalist on floor exercise.He is well known for being set to represent the United States at the 2020 Summer Olympics. He joined a local gym offering a free tryout at the age of seven, and at age ten, he joined 5280 Gymnastics, where he was coached by the Artemev family.

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Yul Moldauer

Yul Kyung-Tae Moldauer is an American artistic gymnast. He is the 2017 U.S. national all-around champion and the 2017 World bronze medalist on floor exercise. He represented the United... Wikipedia

  • Full name:  Yul Kyung-Tae Moldauer
  • Country represented:  United States
  • Born:  August 26, 1996, Seoul, South Korea
  • Hometown:  Arvada, Colorado
  • Residence:  Denver, Colorado
  • Training location:  University of Oklahoma
  • Discipline:  MAG
  • Level:  Senior Elite
  • Years on national team:  2015–present (USA)
  • Gym:  5280 Gymnastics
  • College team:  Oklahoma Sooners (2016–19)
  • Head coach(es):  Vladimir Artemev
  • Assistant coach(es):  Alexander Artemev, Irina Artemev
  • Former coach(es):  Mark Williams (OU)
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