Russian artistic gymnast Artur Dalaloyan is renowned for his talent and accomplishments. No matter where he went, success was always on his side, and he has won numerous medals. Currently, he is competing in the Tokyo Olympics 2020 in the gymnast team of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC)
In Tiraspol, Moldova, Russia, on April 26, 1996, Artur Dalaloyan was born to Armenian parents and a Moldovan mother to Artur Dalaloyan, who is now a Russian citizen. He is the son of a Moldovan father and an Armenian mother. Later on, their parents relocated to Russia. Dalaloyan began gymnastics when he was six years old, while still living in Novosibirsk with his family. Following that, he and his family traveled to Moscow, where he began training under Aleksandr Kalinin.
Artur Dalaloyan Career
A bronze medalist in the all-around at the 2013 Russian Junior Nationals, Dalaloyan On his team, Russia beat out Great Britain at the 2013 Gymnasiade in Brasilia. He won gold in the rings, vault, and horizontal bar, and bronze in the all-around. In 2014, he competed in his first major international competition, the European Junior Championships, where the Russian Team took silver. However, Dalaloyan was neither picked for the 2016 Rio Olympics entry list or as an alternative in 2015. This year’s Voronin Cup was held December 18–22. At the 2017 European Championships, Dalaloyan competed in his first major senior event, winning the all-around silver medal behind Ukraine’s Oleg Vernyayev.
This year’s Russian Cup was held in Ekaterinburg from August 23–27, and Dalaloyan took 4th place following a pommel horse fail. He earned gold on vault (tied with Nikita Nagornyy) and silver on Parallel Bars and Floor Exercise in the apparatus finals. A silver medal in the Individual All-Around category behind teammate Nikita Nagornyy, Dalaloyan won the Russian Federation’s first World Championship Team Gold title in 2019. The Russian Olympic Committee sent Dalaloyan to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan. Dalaloyan participated in floor exercise (14.066), pommel horse (13.833), rings (14.666), vault (14.933), parallel bars (14.6), and high bars (14.6) for the Olympic gold squad (13.933). Mr. Dalaloyan competed in the men’s all-around final despite an Achilles tendon injury. Despite his injuries, he completed all six-team final events.
The artist Artur Dalaloyan is now active on Instagram, where he has 148K followers and 33 followings with 336 posts to his credit. Most of his Instagram posts were about his daily life and accomplishments, which he largely shared with his followers.
Artur Dalaloyan Biography
|Real Name||Artur Grachyevich Dalaloyan|
|Birth Date||26 April 1996|
|Age (as of 2021)||25 Years|
|Birth Place||Tiraspol, Moldova|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 4” – in Centimeters – 162 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 63 kg – in Pounds – 138 lbs|
|Shoe Size||7 (U.S.)|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
Artur proposed to his partner Olga in March of 2019, and their daughter Nikol was born on August 16th of the same year. Both of them are content with their spouses in their married lives. His partner had always been supportive of him in his professional endeavors.
Artur Dalaloyan Net Worth
Artur Dalaloyan has a total net worth of $3 million dollars, which is entirely derived from his success as an Olympic gymnastic competitor in the 1980s. He is a highly focused and goal-oriented individual who puts out significant effort to achieve his objectives.
- Arthur Dalaoyan is the 2018 World All-Around champion, a five-time European champion, and a two-time Olympic gold medalist.
- He has won the Russian national all-around championship twice in a row (2017-2018).
- Artur Dalaloyan took home the all-around championship in 2018. As a result, he became the first Russian to achieve this feat in 1999. (when Nikolai Kryukov won in that discipline). Dalaloyan earned gold on the floor exercise, silver on the vault, and bronze on the parallel bars in the finals of the competition.
- During the 2019 European Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Szczecin, Poland, Dalaloyan finished second overall, first on the floor exercise, and third on the vault and high bar, tying for second overall.