|Competitor for Iran|
|Bronze||2004 Athens||80 kg|
|Gold||2003 Garmisch-Partenkirchen||84 kg|
|Gold||2011 Gyeongju||87 kg|
|Bronze||2005 Madrid||84 kg|
|Bronze||2009 Copenhagen||87 kg|
|Gold||2006 Doha||84 kg|
|Gold||2010 Guangzhou||87 kg|
|Gold||2002 Amman||72 kg|
|Silver||2010 Astana||87 kg|
|Silver||2014 Tashkent||87 kg|
|Gold||2007 Bangkok||84 kg|
Yousef Karami (Persian: یوسف کرمی; born March 22, 1983 in Meyaneh, Iran) is an Iranian Taekwondo athlete who competed in the Men's 80 kg at the 2004 Summer Olympics and won the bronze medal. He is also the 2003 world champion (in 78–84 kg). Karami also won gold in the 2006 Asian Games in 84 kg and in the 2010 Asian Games in 87 kg.
Yousef Karami was titled as the most talented sportsman in Taekwondo by the Korea head coach due to his brilliant performance in the 2003 world championship, where he astonished everyone. Karami won the title while he was only 20.
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