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Luxor Open 2016 (G-2) – Day 3: Tunisia ties with Belgium after clinching 3rd title

Luxor Open 2016 (G-2) – Day 3: Tunisia ties with Belgium after clinching 3rd title

3rd Luxor Open 2016
4-6 March 2016
Luxor, Egypt
G-2 category event
Round by round results: Day 1 / Day 2 / Day 3
Day 3 – Report
Tunisia won its third gold medal of the event on the closing day at Luxor Open 2016 to tie with Belgium on top of the medal count as Niger, Netherlands and Egypt took their first title to complete the 16 Senior divisions.
The hero of the day for Tunisia was Oussama Oueslati, who reigned in Men’s -80 kg after getting rid of Aladarbi from Jordan in the big final by 4-2. In Women’s -67 kg, the Egyptian Elsawalhy climbed to the top of the podium after beating Al-Sadeq from Jordan in the gold medal match by 6-3, while Reshmie Oogink proved to be the strongest athlete in Women’s +73 kg, defeating the German representative Brandl by 10-7 in the crucial fight.
The last category to be completed was the Men’s +87 kg, in which Abdoul Issoufou from Niger dominated after edging Korean Cho in the last match of the draw by a comfortable 13-1.
Day 3 – Final Podiums
Category: Seniors Female A -67 – Competitors: 6
1st 49 ELSAWALHY, SEHAM EGYPT NATIONAL TEAM EGY
2nd 120 AL-SADEQ, JULYANA JORDAN OLYMPIC TEAM JOR
3rd 173 JOHANSSON, ELIN SOO SHIM TAEKWONDO KLUBB SWE
3rd 124 PARK, BO-EUI KOREA NATIONAL TEAM KOR
Category: Seniors Female A +73 – Competitors: 8
1st 156 OOGINK, RESHMIE RONIN NED
2nd 73 BRANDL, LORENA GERMANY NATIONAL TEAM GER
3rd 63 MELLIER, MAEVA FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM FRA
3rd 163 MANDIC, MILICA SERBIA NATIONAL TEAM SRB

Category: Seniors Male A -80 – Competitors: 7

1st 188 OUESLATI, OUSSAMA TUNISIA NATIONAL TEAM TUN
2nd 122 ALADARBI, ANAS JORDAN OLYMPIC TEAM JOR
3rd 116 ELSHARABATY, SALEH JORDAN NATIONAL TEAM JOR
3rd 77 ÜNLÜSOY, CEM GERMANY NATIONAL TEAM GER
Category: Seniors Male A +87 – Competitors: 6
1st 146 ISSOUFOU, ABDOUL NIGER NATIONAL TEAM NIG
2nd 127 JO, CHOL-HO KOREA NATIONAL TEAM KOR
3rd 31 EZZAT, KIRLES ARMY CLUB HAIKESTEB EGY
3rd 118 KATTAN, HAMZA JORDAN NATIONAL TEAM JOR
Day 2 – Report
Belgium won its third gold medal at Luxor Open 2016 after all the action was completed on Saturday, with Tunisia taking two titles and Brazil, Jordan and Korea clinching the other 3 golds of the day.
The most succesful athlete for Belgium on Saturday was no other than Jaouad Achab, Men’s -63 kg reigning world champion, who added another gold to his collection after beating Seok-bae Kim by 8-6 in the final.
In Female’s -46 kg, Fadia Farhani from Tunisia climbed to the top of the podium after getting rid of French Mustapha by 12-3, while the other gold for the African country was taken by Rahma Ben Ali, who defeated Serbian Bogdanovic by 3-2 in the Women’s -53 kg crucial fight to taste glory.
In Female’s -49 kg, Iris Tang Sing shone over the rest of contendants to reach the title after edging Daraghmi from Jordan in the gold medal match by 3-0, while in Men’s -68 kg, Abughaush from Jordan outscored the Spanish Rosillo by 16-4 in the last match of the draw to lift the title.
Hun Kim from Korea clinched the first gold of the event for his country after reigning in Men’s -74 kg. Kim beat Eissa from Egypt by 3-0 in the big final.
Day 2 – Final Podiums
Category: Seniors Female A -46 – Competitors: 7
1st 182 FARHANI, FADIA TUNISIA NATIONAL TEAM TUN
2nd 60 MUSTAPHA, HAJER FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM FRA
3rd 104 ALADAILEH, EMAN JORDAN NATIONAL TEAM JOR
3rd 147 KIM, SHAE ROM OLYMPIC TAEKWONDO CLUB BON GER
Category: Seniors Female A -49 – Competitors: 8
1st 32 TANG SING, IRIS BRAZIL NATIONAL TEAM BRA
2nd 119 DARAGHMI, BANA JORDAN OLYMPIC TEAM JOR
3rd 105 ALSAAIDEH, RAZAN JORDAN NATIONAL TEAM JOR
3rd 183 DHAHRI, IKRAM TUNISIA NATIONAL TEAM TUN
Category: Seniors Female A -53 – Competitors: 10
1st 184 BEN ALI, RAHMA TUNISIA NATIONAL TEAM TUN
2nd 161 BOGDANOVIC, TIJANA SERBIA NATIONAL TEAM SRB
3rd 11 ABDELHAMID, DINA AL SHAMS CLUB EGY
3rd 177 STAHL, CAROLIN TAEKWONDO AXEL MÜLLER GER
Category: Seniors Male A -63 – Competitors: 11
1st 58 ACHAB, JAOUAD FLEMISH TOPSPORT TEAM BEL
2nd 125 KIM, SEOK-BAE KOREA NATIONAL TEAM KOR
3rd 141 OUTOUKART, OUSSAMA MOROCCO NATIONAL TEAM MAR
3rd 186 BRIKI, OUAHID TUNISIA NATIONAL TEAM TUN
Category: Seniors Male A -68 – Competitors: 13
1st 121 ABUGHAUSH, AHMAD JORDAN OLYMPIC TEAM JOR
2nd 175 ROSILLO ATENCIA, JOSE ANTONIO SPAIN NATIONAL TEAM ESP
3rd 152 ALRUSHAIDI, FAISAL QATAR NATIONAL TEAM QAT
3rd 54 ZAKI, GHOFRAN EGYPT NATIONAL TEAM EGY
Category: Seniors Male A -74 – Competitors: 11
1st 126 KIM, HUN KOREA NATIONAL TEAM KOR
2nd 55 EISSA, SEIF EGYPT NATIONAL TEAM EGY
3rd 59 CORTEN, NICHOLAS FLEMISH TOPSPORT TEAM BEL
3rd 187 TRABELSI, SAIFEDDINE TUNISIA NATIONAL TEAM TUN
Day 1 – Report
Belgium and Germany took 2 titles each to set the standard on the first day of action at Luxor Open 2016, a G-2 category event on the WTF calendar for the current year. Six divions were completed on Friday, with Sweden and Spain clinching the other 2 gold medals of the day.
The golden representatives for Belgium were Mourad Laachraoui, who climbed to the top of the Men’s -54 kg podium after beating Abouzaid from Jordan by 11-5 in the final, and Salaheddine Bensaleh, who proved to be the strongest in Men’s -58 kg after getting rid of German Tuncat in the crucial fight by withdrawal.
For Germany, the most successful athletes were Yanna Schneider, who shone in Women’s -73 kg after defeating Abdalla from Egypt in the gold medal match by 7-2, and Alexander Bachmann, who didn’t give any chance to the rest of contendants in Men’s -87 kg. Bachmann clinched the title after edging Trabelsi from Tunisia in the last match of the draw by 11-7.
The other two golds of the day were awarded to Marta Calvo from Spain, who proved to be stronger than Kim from Korea in the Women’s -62 kg final (6-3) and Nikita Glasnovic, who reached the top of the Women’s -57 kg podium after beating Serbian Radmilovic for the gold by 1-0.
Day 1 – Final Podiums
Category: Seniors Female A -57 – Competitors: 5
1st 180 GLASNOVIC, NIKITA TEAM TOIGYE PANTHERS SWE
2nd 162 RADMILOVIC, ALEKSANDRA SERBIA NATIONAL TEAM SRB
3rd 134 EL MESLAHY, HAKIMA MOROCCO NATIONAL TEAM MAR
3rd 69 FROEMMING, ANNA-LENA GERMANY NATIONAL TEAM GER
Category: Seniors Female A -62 – Competitors: 10
1st 174 CALVO GOMEZ, MARTA SPAIN NATIONAL TEAM ESP
2nd 123 KIM, SO-HEE KOREA NATIONAL TEAM KOR
3rd 47 MALAK, HEDAYA EGYPT NATIONAL TEAM EGY
3rd 62 WIET HENIN, MAGDA FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM FRA
Category: Seniors Female A -73 – Competitors: 4
1st 72 SCHNEIDER, YANNA GERMANY NATIONAL TEAM GER
2nd 9 ABDALLA, SEHAM AL OLIMBY CLUB EGY
3rd 109 FAWAREH, RANIA JORDAN NATIONAL TEAM JOR
3rd 50 FAROUK, MAISOUN EGYPT NATIONAL TEAM EGY
Category: Seniors Male A -54 – Competitors: 12
1st 1 LAACHRAOUI, MOURAD ABFT TEAM BEL
2nd 111 ABUZAID, ALMUATASEMBELLAH JORDAN NATIONAL TEAM JOR
3rd 74 SEZGIN, ABDULLATIF GERMANY NATIONAL TEAM GER
3rd 19 NABIL, MOAZ AL ZOHOUR CLUB EGY
Category: Seniors Male A -58 – Competitors: 11
1st 57 BENSALEH, SALAHEDDINE FLEMISH TOPSPORT TEAM BEL
2nd 75 TUNCAT, LEVENT GERMANY NATIONAL TEAM GER
3rd 138 ELHARMAZI, AMINE MOROCCO NATIONAL TEAM MAR
3rd 20 TROLLIET, ROMAIN ALGERIA NATIONAL TEAM ALG
Category: Seniors Male A -87 – Competitors: 8
1st 79 BACHMANN, ALEXANDER GERMANY NATIONAL TEAM GER
2nd 189 TRABELSI, YASSINE TUNISIA NATIONAL TEAM TUN
3rd 67 MIANGUE, YOANN FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM FRA
3rd 66 KEBE, ADAMA FRANCE NATIONAL TEAM FRA
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