World Taekwondo Kyorugi Rankings: November 2019 – Top 10
Yong, Wongpattanakit, Kudashova, Jones, Yaman, Tatar, Mandic, Walkden, Bae, Jang, Zhao, Lee, Beigi Harchegani, Larin and In retain their top spot in the standings, while Alessio replaces Quesada as the leader of the M-74 division
Take a look at the current status of the 16 weight division rankings of the World Taekwondo as of November 1st 2019. 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, Nur Tatar (Turkey) retains the Women’s -62 kg first place, 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. Yvette Yong (Canadá) keeps reigning in W-46 kg after being replaced by Jae-young Sim (Korea) 3 months ago.
In the Men’s caegories, Jun-seo Bae (Korea) stays in the top spot of the Men’s -54 kg class; Shuai Zhao (China) comands in Men’s -63 kg, Taekwondo superstar Dae-hoon Lee (Daedo Team) of Korea dominates the Men’s -68 kg division; Vladislav Larin repeats once again as the best in Men’s -87 kg and Kyo-don In retains his first place in the Men’s +87 kg standings.
Cheick Sallah Cisse (Daedo Team – Ivory Coast) keeps the third position of the Men’s -80 kg class after the new leader, Milad Beigi Harchegani (Azerbaijan), and the man holding the second position, Khramtcov (Russia) overtook the African star last month, while Jun Jang from Korea retains the lead of the Men’s -58 kg division relegating Tortosa (member of Daedo Team) from Spain to the third spot after Tae-hun Kim from Korea (also member of Daedo Team) replaced him on the second position.
The main change on the top of the classes has been the replacement of the former king of the Men’s -74 kg category, Daniel Quesada from Spain, who has suffered the irruption from the reigning world champion Simone Alessio (Italy), who holds the first position at the moment.
The points awarded to each athlete take into consideration all the events held until the end of October 2019 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