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Diogo Soares (gymnast)

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Diogo Soares
2018-10-11 Gymnastics at 2018 Summer Youth Olympics – Boys' Artistic Gymnastics – All-around final – Victory ceremony (Martin Rulsch) 33.jpg
Diogo Soares, all-around bronze medaillist at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games
Personal information
Full nameDiogo Brajão Soares
Country represented Brazil
Born (2002-04-12) 12 April 2002 (age 19)
Piracicaba, Brazil[1]
Height162 cm (5 ft 4 in)[1]
Weight60 kg (132 lb)[1]
DisciplineMen's artistic gymnastics
LevelSenior International Elite
(Brazil national team)
Years on national team2016 – present
ClubAcademia Pira Olímpica[2]
Head coach(es)Daniel Biscalchin[2]

Diogo Brajão Soares (born 12 April 2002) is a Brazilian artistic gymnast and a member of the national team. He participated in the 2018 Youth Olympic Games and the 2019 Junior World Artistic Gymnastics Championships.


Diogo Soares during the still rings apparatus final at the 2019 Junior World Artistic Gymnastics Championships
Diogo Soares during the still rings apparatus final at the 2019 Junior World Artistic Gymnastics Championships


Soares' first major international competition was the 2016 Pan American Individual Event Artistic Gymnastics Championships where he won a silver medal with the Brazilian team. In 2018, Soares competed at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics, earning a bronze medal in the all-around and a silver medal in the horizontal bar.[3] At the 2019 Junior World Artistic Gymnastics Championships he earned a silver medal in rings.

Personal life

Diogo Soares started gymnastics at the age of 4. His sister, Driele, is a former gymnast.[4]


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