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Taekwondo weekend starts tomorrow! Pan Am Senior Champs – Mexico, Russia and Israel Opens

Taekwondo weekend starts tomorrow! Pan Am Senior Champs – Mexico, Russia and Israel Opens

Four consecutive days full of Taekwondo action are about to start as tomorrow will be the first day of competition of 3 relevant events from the 2014 WTF calendar, with another one joining the party on Sunday.
The first 3 events to take place will be the Pan American Senior Championships 2014 (G-4 Aguascalientes, Mexico), the Mexico Open 2014 (G-1 Aguascalientes, Mexico) and the Russia Open 2014 (G-1 Moscow, Russia), while the competition starting on Sunday will be the Israel Open 2014 (G-1 Ramla, Israel).
Aguascalientes 2014 Pan American Senior Championships (G-4)
A total of 188 Senior athletes will gather together at Aguascalientes from tomorrow until Sunday to battle for the 16 continental Kyorugi crowns (8 male and 8 female categories).
The list of competitos is available HERE
In Poomsae, there will be 115 fighters taking part in the competitions.
You can find the Poomsae registered athletes HERE
Mexico Open 2014 (G-1)

This year’s Mexico Open will be held together with the Pan Am Senior Champs in Aguascalientes, where the spectators will have the chance to enjoy not only the skills of the best continental Senior athletes but also some of the more promising fighters in America, as Cadets and Juniors will join the Seniors for the competition.
To know which athletes will be competing for the Cadet, Junior and Senior medals at Mexico Open 2014, check this LIST
Russia Open 2014 (G-1)

From tomorrow and until Saturday, some of the best Senior athletes from Europe, Asia and Africa will fight for the 16 titles in play at this year’s Russia Open. A total of 412 fightes have already registered for the event.
Israel Open 2014 (G-1)

252 Senior, Junior and Cadet athletes will be competing in Ramla from Sunday until Monday as a new edition of the Israel Open will take place. Sunday will be the day for the 16 Senior titles to be decided, while Monday has been the chosen day for Cadets and Juniors to compete.
Stay connected to WTM to know the complete results of all these events!

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