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China wins the CISM Championship over Iran and Germany

China wins the CISM Championship over Iran and Germany

The Chinese National Team collected 8 golds, 1 silver and 2 bronze medals to reach the top of the medal count of the 21st edition of the CISM World Military Taekwondo Championships, held in Ho Chi Minh (Vietnam) from last Sunday October the 21st until yesterday. China led the Kyorugi Championships’ standings since the beginning, with only Vietnam being able to take their prominence away thanks to the Poomsae competitions scheduled for the opening day. Iran and Germany managed to make their way to the final podium of the event, taking the second and third place respectively. The Iranian team was awarded with 3 golds, 2 silvers and 2 bronzes, while the German fighters accumulated 1 gold medal, 3 silvers and 2 bronzes.
The first day of competition saw the skills of the Poomsae and Kyorugi’s Fly category contestants. Vietnam dominated the Poomsae competitions with a total of 3 golds and China led the Kyorugi modalities by taking the two titles of the day. In the Individual Poomsae modality, the Women’s gold medal was awarded to Pham Hoang Phuong Linh from Vietnam, with the Canadian Yvette Yong (silver) and the Indonesian Nabila Amalia (bronze) completing the podium. The Male’s draw winner was Sebastián Agudelo from Colombia, who won the title over the Vietnamese Pham Chi Khanh (silver). The bronze medals were taken by Mabarak Al Otbi (Kuwait) and Cléver Olaizola (Venezuela). In the teams competition, Vietnam didn´t give a chance to their rivals and lift both titles. Venezuela collected two silver medals and Pakistan managed to take a bronze.

Action at Ho Chi Minh 2012 (CISM Taekwondo Committee)


The Kyorugi activity started with the celebration of the Fly categories (Women’s under 49 kg and Men’s under 58 kg), where China clearly dominated the with Song Yadye in Female’s and Li Zhihua in Male’s on the top of the podiums. The Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong Giang and the Brazilian Fernanda De Mattos took the silver and bronze medals in Female’s, while Yull Aguilar (Colombia – silver), Yasin Akbarnataj (Iran – bronze) and Marcio Wenceslau Ferreira (Brazil – bronze) completed the Male’s medalists.
Chinese fighters also shone in the second day of action with a total of two gold medals collected. Wang Yun in the under 53 kg Female’s and Zhang Guozhan in Male’s under 63 kg modality climbed to the top of the podium to help their country keep the lead in the medal count of the Championships. Yvette Yong from Canada in the Female’s under 46 kg draw and the German Sergej Kolb in the Male’s under 54 kg contest were the other fighters taking a gold on Monday’s activity.
Apart from Kolb’s gold medal, Germany started to climb positions in the table thanks to the two silvers won by Sabrina Noelp (Women’s under 53 kg) and Tomik Hayrapetian (Male’s under 63 kg), while Iran accumulated some important points with Ali Shakeri grabbing a silver in Male’s -54 kg.

Podium ceremony at Ho Chi Minh 2012 (CISM Taekwondo Committee)


In the third day of activity, the Chinese Team extended its lead at the top of the table by taking three more titles. Huang Jiannan, Song Qiming and Zhang Hua were the holders of these gold medals, leaving just three more titles for the rest of contestants. The other fortunate fighters were Lee Myung Sub from Korea, Hellorayne Zatta Oakes Paiva from Brazil and the Iranian Bas Sajad Mardani. Mardani was not the only Iranian grabbing a medal on Tuesday, as Behnam Bayat made his way to the Male’s -74 kg category final and Rohollah Ebrahimi Shorka finished third in Male’s -68 kg. Germany also accumulated some points thanks to Katharina Weiss’ bronze in the Women’s over 73 kg draw.
Iran played a major part in Ho Chi Minh 2012’s closing day and made his jump to the second step of the final podium with Mohammad Emami winning the title to Jo Yoo Jin in the Male’s -80 kg modality and Mehdi Khodabakhshi beating Anas Alazazi from Jordan in the final of the Men’s under 87 kg category. The other golden medalists of the day were the Chinses Li Chen, who defeated Raphaella Galacho from Brazil in the Female’s -67 final, and the Colombian Jessica Bravo, who won over Melda Akcan from Germany in Women’s -73 kg.
These were Ho Chi Minh’s 2012 final results in all categories:
POOMSAE
FEMALE INDIVIDUAL
1 VIET NAM PHAM HOANG PHUONG LINH
2 CANADA YVETTE YONG
3 INDONESIA NABILA AMALIA
MALE INDIVIDUAL
1 COLOMBIA SEBASTIAN AGUDELO
2 VIET NAM PHAM CHI KHANH
3 KUWAIT MABARAK AL OTBI
3 VENEZUELA CLEVER OLAIZOLA
FEMALE TEAM
1 VIETNAM
NGUYEN THI THU NGAN
CHAU TUYET VAN
NGUYEN THI LE KIM
2 VENEZUELA
VIRGINA DELLAN
GLADYS GUACARE
ADRIANA MARTINEZ
MALE TEAM
1 VIETNAM
NGUYEN TRUONG PHUOC DAI
LE THANH TRUNG
NGUYEN THIEN PHUNG
2 VENEZUELA
CARLOS VASQUEZ
GUSTAVO MACHADO
CLEVER OLAIZOLA
3 PAKISTAN
M, ASHFAQ
M, UMAR
SHAH ADIL
KYORUGI
FEMALE UNDER 46 KG
1 CANADA YVETTE YONG
2 CHINA YU XIAHUAN
3 VIET NAM CAO THI KIM CHI
MALE UNDER 54 KG
1 GERMANY SERGEJ KOLB
2 IRAN BAS. ALI SHAKERI
3 MAROCCO AMINE MAAROUFI
3 CHINA ZHAI YUHUAN
FEMALE UNDER 49 KG
1 CHINA SONG YADYE
2 VIET NAM DOAN THI HUONG GIANG
3 BRAZIL FERNANDA DE MATTOS DA SILVA
MALE UNDER 58 KG
1 CHINA LI ZHIHUA
2 COLOMBIA YULL AGUILAR
3 IRAN BAS. YASIN AKBARNATAJ
3 BRAZIL MARCIO WENCESLAU FERREIRA
FEMALE UNDER 53 KG
1 CHINA WANG YUN
2 GERMANY SABRINA NOELP
3 VENEZUELA LEANDRIS QUINONES
3 FRANCE AZIEZ YASMINA
MALE UNDER 63 KG
1 CHINA ZHANG GUOZHAN
2 GERMANY TOMIK HAYRAPETIAN
3 TUNISIA BRIKI WAHID
3 JORDAN KANAAN KANAAN
FEMALE UNDER 57 KG
1 CHINA SONG QIMING
2 VENEZUELA ADRIANA MARTINEZ
3 BRAZIL JOSIANE DE OLIVEIRA LIMA E LIMA
MALE UNDER 68 KG
1 CHINA HUANG JIANNAN
2 ITALY TREVISO CLAUDIO
3 KOREA KWON HYUK JIN
3 IRAN BAS.ROHOLLAH EBRAHIMI SHORKANI
FEMALE UNDER 62 KG
1 CHINA ZHANG HUA
2 SWITZERLAND NINA KLAEY
3 BRAZIL FERNANDA SOARES DE SOUZA
3 VIET NAM NGUYEN THANH THAO
MALE UNDER 74 KG
1 KOREA LEE MYUNG SUB
2 IRAN BAS.BEHNAM BAYAT
3 CHINA REN MAOMAO
3 CANADA MAXIME POTVIN
FEMALE UNDER 67 KG
1 CHINA LI CHEN
2 BRAZIL RAPHAELLA GALACHO P.R. PEREIRA
3 MAROCCO HAKIMA EL MESLAHY
MALE UNDER 80 KG
1 IRAN SOI.MOHAMMAD EMAMI
2 KOREA JO YOO JIN
3 GERMANY TAHIR GUELEC
3 VENEZUELA CARLOS VASQUEZ
FEMALE UNDER 73 KG
1 COLUMBIA JESSICA BRAVO
2 GERMANY MELDA AKCAN
3 CANADA JASMINE VOKEY
3 VIET NAM VU AU THI KIM LINH
MALE UNDER 87 KG
1 IRAN SOI.MEHDI KHODABAKHSHI
2 JORDAN ANAS ALAZAZI
3 VENEZUELA CARLOS RIVAS
3 KOREA KOO JEA SEUNG
FEMALE OVER 73 KG
1 BRAZIL HELLORAYNE ZATTA OAKES PAIVA
2 AUSTRIA KURTOVIC EDINES
3 GERMANY KATHARINA WEISS
3 KAZAKHATAN ZHUNUSSOVA MEREKE
MALE OVER 87 KG
1 IRAN BAS.SAJAD MARDANI
2 KOREA LEE SANG JUN
3 ITALY BASILE LEONARDO
3 BRAZIL GUILHERME CEZARIO FELIX
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