Mete Gazoz strikes gold at Essen 2024 European Open Air Championships

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Turkish archer Mete Gazoz wins the gold medal in the men's archery category at the Essen 2024 European Outdoor Championships with a perfect 6-0 victory over Den Habjan Malavasic

Mete Gazoz strikes gold at Essen 2024 European Open Air Championships

Turkish archer Mete Gazoz won the gold medal in the recurve men's category at the Essen 2024 European Outdoor Championships on Sunday, adding another important success to his illustrious career.

In a breathtaking display of skill and precision, Gazoz outclassed Slovenian Den Habjan Malavasic 6-0 in the final to claim the prestigious title of European champion.

Mete Gazoz wins the European championship for the first time.

The national athlete, who reached the Olympic championship in 2020 and the world championship in 2023, managed to become the European champion for the first time in his career.

President Erdogan congratulates Gazoz

President Erdogan congratulated Mete Gazoz and wished him for future endeavors.

“I sincerely congratulate our national archer Mete Gazoz, who became the Open Air European Archery Champion. Adding the European Championship to his Olympic and World Championships, Mete Gazoz has made us very proud and I wish him continued success," Erdogan stated.

A Legacy of Success

Gazoz's victory in Essen adds to his impressive list of achievements, including gold medals in the men's category at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and the 2023 World Archery Championships. His consistent excellence has cemented his status as one of the world's leading archers.

Recognizing his exceptional talent and dedication, the World Archery Federation honored Gazoz as the best male recurve archer of 2023, further cementing his place among the sport's elite.

At just 24 years old, Gazoz continues to inspire with his extraordinary achievements and is setting new standards of excellence in the world of archery.

Source: AA

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