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World Taekwondo Kyorugi Rankings: June 2020 – Top 10

World Taekwondo Kyorugi Rankings: June 2020 – Top 10

15 athletes retain their top spot in the standings while Yong replaces Sim as the leader of the W-46 division

Take a look at the current status of the 16 weight division rankings of the World Taekwondo as of June 1st 2020. Eight male athletes and eight female fighters lead each of the standings and are considered the current dominators of our sport worldwide.

Panipak Wongpattanakit (Thailand) leads the Women’s -49 kg division, Tatiana Kudashova (Russia) comands the -53 kg one, Jade Jones (Great Britain) does the same in Women’s -57 kg, Irem Yaman from Turkey (Daedo Team) holds the first place in Women’s -62 kg, Matea Jelic retains the Women’s -67 kg crown, Milica Mandic of Serbia (Daedo Team) repeats as the best Women’s -73 kg qualified athlete, and Bianca Walkden (Great Britain) reigns in Women’s +73 kg one more month. Therefore, 7 out of 8 Women divisions have suffered no significant changes in the last month.

The main change in the Women’s divisions has affected the Women’s -46 kg class, in which Jae-yong Sim from Korea has been overtaken by Yvette Yong (Canada), who has regained the throne of the category.

In the Men’s caegories, Jun-seo Bae (Korea) stays in the top spot of the Men’s -54 kg class; Jang (Korea) still seats in the M-58 kg’s throne; Jaouad Achab (Belgium) reigns in M-63; Taekwondo superstar Dae-hoon Lee (Daedo Team) of Korea dominates the Men’s -68 kg division; world silver Daniel Quesada (Spain) holds the first position in M-74; Maksim Khramtcov (Russia) remains on top of the Men’s -80 kg class, Miguel Martins Soares (Brazil) sits once more on the M-87 throne and Kyo-don In retains his first place in the Men’s +87 kg standings

The points awarded to each athlete take into consideration all the events held until the end of May 2020 on the World Taekwondo official calendar.

Women’s -46 kg

Women’s -49 kg

Women’s -53 kg

Women’s -57 kg

Women’s -62 kg

Women’s -67 kg

Women’s -73 kg

Women’s +73 kg

Men’s -54 kg

Men’s -58 kg

Men’s -63 kg

Men’s -68 kg

Men’s -74 kg

Men’s -80 kg

Men’s -87 kg

Men’s +87 kg

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