Taekwondo action moves to Holland (G-2) and Mexico (G-1) this weekend
The Taekwondo action this weekend moves to Holland and Mexico as the 42nd edition of one of the most important European events of our sport and a new edition of the Mexico Open will gather together the best athletes for 3 days starting today. Eindhoven and Aguascalientes will be the cities which will enjoy the best Taekwondo action on the planet.
Dutch Open 2015
A total of 1,700 athletes will compete from today until next Sunday March 15th in the 42nd edition of the Dutch Open, no less than a G-2 which will be held in the city of Eindhoven.
The Cadet and Junior competition of the event will be completed today with 725 fighters registered for the already defined draws, while over 1,000 Senior athletes will take control of the rings tomorrow and the day after for the 16 star divisions of the tournament.
All matches being played in Eindhoven this year will use the PSS and the Electronic head gear to help the officials decided the final score.
Day 1 – Draws: click HERE
Mexico Open 2015
The other main event in the Taekwondo scene worldwide these days is the Mexico Open 2015, which will take place in the city of Aguascalientes from today until next Sunday March 15th with over 600 athletes involved in the Cadet, Junior and Senior Kyorugi draws, as well as the nearly 150 fighters that will be participating in the Poomsae modalitites.
This will be a G-1 event included in the 2015 calendar of the WTF.
Schedule – Kyorugi
Schedule – Poomsae
Stay connected to WTM to know the latest results of both events!