The curtain has fallen on Taekwondo at the European Games 2023! The fourth day of this incredible edition held in Poland did not disappoint, and if it is anything to go by, we are in for a thrilling spectacle at the Paris Olympics in 2024. All athletes displayed top-notch technical-tactical skills and enthralled the audience with their spectacular Taekwondo performances.
Results of Day 4:
Women’s Under 73KG
Gold: Uzuncavdar Sude Yaren, Turkey
Silver: Bozanic Nadica, Serbia
Bronze: Klepac Nika, Croatia
Bronze: Laurin Althea, France
Women’s Over 73KG
Gold: Kus Nafia, Turkey
Silver: Kowalczyk Aleksandra, Poland
Bronze: Avoulete Solene, France
Bronze: Boyadzhieva Kalina, Bulgaria
Men’s Under 87KG
Gold: Sapina Ivan, Croatia
Silver: Divkovic Patrik, Slovenia
Bronze: Martinez Garcia Raul, Spain
Bronze: Bailey Kelen, Hungary
Men’s Over 87KG
Gold: Cunningham Caden Luis, Great Britain
Silver: Georgievski Dejan, North Macedonia
Bronze: Atesli Emre Kutalmis, Turkey
Bronze: Bozic Pasko, Croatia
The overall ranking for countries saw Spain as the victor with 4 golds, 2 silvers, and 3 bronzes. Also on the podium were Croatia and Turkey, finishing second and third respectively.
These European Games have truly set the stage for what’s to come in Paris 2024. The athletes’ tremendous display of skill and determination signifies a promising future for Taekwondo in the Olympics. The world can barely contain its anticipation as it looks forward to more breathtaking moments from these exceptional talents.