Para-Taekwondo World Rankings – November 2016
The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has released the Para-taekwondo world rankings for November, which see Croatia’s Ivan Mikulic remain top of the men’s K44 over 75 kilograms category.
Mikulic regained his position as world number one last month following his gold medal-winning performance at the European Para-Taekwondo Championships in Poland’s capital Warsaw in September.
Second in the standings is Iran’s Asghar Aziziaghdam, while Russia’s Zainutdin Ataev completes the top three.
Also moving back to the top of the world rankings in October was Great Britain’s Amy Truesdale, who has maintained her position in the women’s K44 over 58kg division.
Iran’s Saeid Sadeghianpour and Azerbaijan’s Alexandr Polishuk still lead the respective men’s K42 under 61kg and men’s K42 over 75kg standings.
The final Para-taekwondo event of the year is due to be the Oceania Para-Taekwondo Open Championships in Fiji’s capital Suva.
The second edition of the Championships is due to take place on November 27 and 28.
Check out the FULL RANKINGS by clicking HERE