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Swiss Open 2014 (G-1): France grabs 4 golds to lead the standings, followed by Belgium with 3

Swiss Open 2014 (G-1): France grabs 4 golds to lead the standings, followed by Belgium with 3

3rd Swiss Open 2014
Grand-Vennes Sports Center
Lausanne, Switzerland
7-8 June 2014
Report:

France led the overall standings at Swiss Open 2014 after collecting 4 golds, followed by Belgium, who won 2 titles on Sunday to reach a total of 3 gold medals. Spain and Great Britain took 2 titles each, while Argentina, Germany, Cyprus, Serbia and Canada had to content themselves with 1.
Highlights: Daedo Electronic Head Gear

The 3rd Swiss Open 2014 was the first WTF G-1 event to use the Daedo Electronic Head Gear, which ended up being a great success. The athletes, coaches and the WTF and ETU representatives were satisfied by its performance, expecting the E-Head Gear to be one of the keys for a bright future of our sport, specially for the Rio 2016 Olympics. This new feature makes Taekwondo a more attractive and fair sport, helping the referees as well during the combats.
Day 2 – Final Podiums:

Male’s -68 kg

1 – Potvin, Maxime (CAN)
2 – Manz, Daniel (GER)
3 – Rosillo Atencia, Jose Antonio (ESP)
3 – Minin, Viacheslav (RUS)
Male’s -63 kg

1 – Achab, Jaouad (BEL)
2 – Asal, Mohamed (EGY)
3 – Costa, Nuno (POR)
3 – Brecic, Lovre (CRO)
Female’s -73 kg

1 – Mandic, Milica (SRB)
2 – Oogink, Reshmie (NED)
3 – Krzemieniecka, Aleksandra (POL)
3 – Rados, Iva (CRO)
Male’s -80 kg

1 – Crismanich, Sebastian (ARG)
2 – Fernandes, Jean Michel (POR)
3 – Abdelrahim, Mahmoud (QAT)
3 – Kolecki, Bartosz (POL)
Male’s -74 kg

1 – Fernandez Rey, Jose (ESP)
2 – Georgiev, Teodor (BUL)
3 – Ferreira, Julio (POR)
3 – Marton, Jack (AUS)
Female’s -49 kg

1 – Craen, Indra (BEL)
2 – Bogdanovic, Tijana (SRB)
3 – Aziez, Yasmina (FRA)
3 – Graf, Ginevra (ITA)
Female’s -46 kg

1 – Kouttouki, Kyriaki (CYP)
2 – Federici, Giuliana (GER)
3 – Mustapha, Hajer (FRA)
3 – Lua Ortega, Brenda Nallely (MEX)
Female’s +73 kg

1 – Epangue, Gwladys (FRA)
2 – Walkden, Bianca (GBR)
3 – Simon Alamo, Rosanna (ESP)
3 – Weiss, Katharina (GER)
Day 1 – Complete Podiums:

Male’s -58 kg

1 – Ketbi, Si Mohamed (BEL)
2 – Guzman, Lucas (ARG)
3 – Tuncat, Levent (GER)
3 – Foster, Vincent (CAN)
Female’s -57 kg

1 – Jones, Jade (GBR)
2 – Calvo, Eva (ESP)
3 – Celin, Laurygan (FRA)
3 – Asemani, Raheleh (BEL)
Male’s -87 kg

1 – Bachmann, Alexander (GER)
2 – Ros Gomez, Daniel (ESP)
3 – Trabelsi, Yassine (GER)
3 – Bergeron, Marc-Andre (CAN)
Male’s +87 kg

1 – Cho, Mahama (GBR)
2 – Trajkovic, Ivan (SLO)
3 – Basile, Leonardo (ITA)
3 – Sio, Martin (ARG)
Female’s -67 kg
1 – Piñeiro Devesa, Lua (ESP)
2 – Matijasevic, Petra (CRO)
3 – Ulfig, Jagoda (POL)
3 – Oh, Hye Ri (KOR)
Female’s -62 kg

1 – Wiet Henin, Magda (FRA)
2 – Calvar Martinez, Katia (ESP)
3 – Van Baaren, Joyce (NED)
3 – Mallien, Clara (FRA)
Female’s -53 kg

1 – Liborio, Floriane (FRA)
2 – Marton, Caroline (AUS)
3 – Akrimi, Sana (FRA)
3 – Brown, Charlotte (CAN)
Male’s -54 kg
1 – Abarahou, Nidal (FRA)
2 – Almershad, Ali (KWT)
3 – Atanasov, Martin (BUL)
3 – Flecca, Antonio (ITA)
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