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Men’s 58 Kg – Taekwondo Rankings

Taekwondo Rankings

Tae-hun Kim retained his rank at the top of the Men’s Taekwondo rankings. Carlos Navarro lost his position to Mikhai Artamonov who jumped 2 ranks to place himself at the second position.

Some of the other significant upgrades were of Hedi Neffati, Mourad Abdel and Jack Woolley, who are now placed at 12th, 16th and 17th place respectively.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Tae-Hun Kim Republic of Korea 422.48
2 Mikhail Artamonov Russia 318.49
3 Carlos Navarro Mexico 315.75
4 Jesus Tortosa Cabrera Spain 299.14
5 Farzan Ashourzadeh Fallah Iran 272.60
6 Tawin Hanprab Thailand 221.11
7 Shuai Zhao China 183.47
8 Safwan Khalil Australia 177.39
9 Rui Braganca Portugal 172.86
10 Salaheddine Bensaleh Belgium 163.45
11 Stepan Dimitrov Moldova 135.87
12 Hedi Neffati Tunisia 126.30
13 Eleftherios Fakinos Greece 125.62
14 Luis Pie Dominican Republic 115.09
15 Yun-Jo Jeong Republic of Korea 109.30
16 Mourad Abdel M. Laachraoui Belgium 106.75
17 Jack Woolley Ireland 105.73
18 Cesar Rodriguez Mexico 105.27
19 Milos Gladovic Serbia 105.02
20 Sergio Suzuki Japan 103.64
21 Max Cater Great Britain 100.01
22 Omar Lakehal Morocco 97.85
23 Levent Tuncat Germany 85.95
24 Georgios Simitsis Greece 83.45
25 Tumenbayar Molom Mongolia 77.96
26 Ramnarong Sawekwiharee Thailand 76.76
27 Nursultan Mamayev Kazakhstan 74.66
28 Si Mohamed Ketbi Belgium 73.54
29 Yousef Shriha Libya 69.09
30 Armin Hadipour Seighalani Iran 67.45
31 Lucas Guzman Argentina 64.71
32 Stanislav Denisov Russia 62.52
33 Mohamed Farag Egypt 62.43
34 Mohammad Kazemi Iran 58.95
35 Serghei Uscov Moldova 57.19
36 Chan-Ho Jung Republic of Korea 55.00
37 Damian Villa United States of America 54.51
38 Tae-Moon Cha Republic of Korea 53.59
39 Yong-Kwan Lee Republic of Korea 53.23
40 Liam Bette French Guiana 52.59
41 Abdullatif Sezgin Germany 51.14
42 Meisam Rafiei Iceland 47.98
43 Mertcan Dolmaci Turkey 45.20
44 Adrian Del Rio Guerrero Spain 44.33
45 Jun Jang Republic of Korea 43.55
46 Luis Oblitas Peru 42.85
47 Giorgio Janmaat Netherlands 42.25
48 Mateusz Nowak Poland 41.20
49 Adrian Abela Australia 39.99
246 Haroon Khan Pakistan 7.38

Men’s 68 Kg – Taekwondo Rankings

Taekwondo Rankings

Dae-hoon Lee retains his position at the top of the Men’s Taekwondo rankings. Alexey Denisenko replaced Ahmad Abughaush and is now placed 2nd in this category.

Some of the other significant upgrades were of Javier Perez, Jaouad Achab and Christan Mcneish who are now placed at 6th, 9th and 12th position respectively.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Dae-Hoon Lee Republic of Korea 541.83
2 Alexey Denisenko Russia 351.61
3 Ahmad Abughaush Jordan 327.78
4 Yu-Jen Huang Chinese Taipei 201.65
5 Saul Gutierrez Mexico 167.61
6 Javier Perez Polo Spain 166.38
7 Peter Longobardi Great Britain 163.22
8 Aykhan Taghizade Azerbaijan 160.45
9 Jaouad Achab Belgium 151.29
10 Vladimir Dalakliev Bulgaria 144.24
11 Konstantin Minin Russia 143.50
12 Christian Mcneish Great Britain 141.74
13 Si Mohamed Ketbi Belgium 135.93
14 Joel Gonzalez Bonilla Spain 133.63
15 Viacheslav Minin Russia 130.53
16 Seok-Bae Kim Republic of Korea 124.27
17 Abolfazl Yaghoubijouybari Iran 119.29
18 Sarmat Tcakoev Russia 116.11
19 Konstantinos Chamalidis Greece 114.80
20 Bradly Sinden Great Britain 111.86
21 Berkay Akyol Turkey 110.62
22 Servet Tazegul Turkey 106.74
23 Luis Colon Puerto Rico 106.62
24 Thomas Afonczenko Australia 106.29
25 Dong-Yun Shin Republic of Korea 97.56
26 Karol Wladyslaw Robak Poland 95.98
27 Jose Antonio Rosillo Atencia Spain 85.49
28 Ruben Nava Mexico 77.74
29 Edival Pontes Brazil 77.63
30 Ghofran Zaki Egypt 76.59
31 Ilan Braginski Israel 71.68
32 Isaac Ramon Torres Vazquez Mexico 71.08
33 Alexander Ortiz Peru 70.41
34 Hervan Nkogho Mengue Canada 69.63
35 Behnam Asbaghikhanghah Iran 65.63
36 Edgar Contreras Venezuela 64.66
37 Boris Krasnov Russia 64.18
38 Fahd Zaouia Netherlands 62.90
39 Je-Yeup Kim Republic of Korea 61.66
40 Balla Dieye Senegal 60.40
41 Ignacio Morales Chile 60.26
42 Mohammad Mahdi Emadi Iran 60.00
43 Jacob Grace United States of America 58.01
44 Yerassyl Kaiyrbek Kazakhstan 57.84
45 Abdelrahman Wael Egypt 57.78
46 Mitko Dzhordzhev Bulgaria 57.66
47 Andres Zelaya Guatemala 56.99
48 Ismael Yacouba Niger 55.98
49 Sergey Vardazaryan Armenia 54.85
271 Muhammad Iqbal Pakistan 6.67

Men’s 87 Kg – Taekwondo Rankings

Taekwondo Rankings

Vladislav Larin retained his position at the top of this category followed by Alexander Bachmann and Daniel Ros Gomez who are placed at 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Other significant upgrades were of Smaiyl Duisebay, Kyo-don In and Seydou Gbane who are now placed at 4th, 7th and 9th respectively.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Vladislav Larin Russia 254.80
2 Alexander Bachmann Germany 200.52
3 Daniel Ros Gómez Spain 155.36
4 Smaiyl Duisebay Kazakhstan 147.64
5 Ivan Konrad Trajkovic Slovenia 146.08
6 Yassine Trabelsi Tunisia 143.72
7 Kyo-Don In Republic of Korea 109.54
8 Jordan Stewart Canada 109.03
9 Seydou Gbane Cote D’ivoire 107.59
10 Bryan Salazar Mexico 102.40
11 Ahmad Mohammadi Iran 95.19
12 Jasur Baykuziyev Uzbekistan 89.86
13 Emre Kutalmis Atesli Turkey 80.00
14 Rafael Kamalov Russia 77.95
15 Karamoko Soumare Mali 72.83
16 M’bar N’diaye France 69.06
17 Dinko Segedin Croatia 67.92
18 Drasko Jovanov Serbia 65.02
19 Saeid Rajabi Iran 63.61
20 Bartosz Kolecki Poland 62.78
21 Carlos Rivas Venezuela 61.71
22 Ramin Azizov Azerbaijan 61.13
23 Serdar Yuksel Turkey 61.12
24 Lee Seung Hwan Republic of Korea 59.98
25 Christian Suh United States of America 58.18
26 Hrvoje Sep Croatia 55.72
26 Hanssel Llanos United States of America 53.86
28 Vladyslav Bondar Ukraine 50.55
29 Mohammed Elhatri Norway 49.07
30 Lutalo Muhammad Great Britain 48.83
31 Jeroen Wanrooij Netherlands 48.23
32 Gleb Babaevskiy Russia 47.47
33 Noureddine Ziani Morocco 45.84
34 Georgii Tandelov Russia 45.00
34 Misael Lopez Mexico 44.78
34 Matteo Milani Italy 44.46
37 Alexey Pryazhnikov Russia 43.66
38 Radik Isaev Azerbaijan 42.18
39 Lucas Oliveira Brazil 40.98
39 João Pedro Chaves Brazil 39.72
41 Abdelrahman Elgohary Egypt 39.27
42 Rafael Alba Cuba 37.83
43 Omid Amidi Iran 37.48
44 Aleksandar Keselj Germany 36.00
45 Meng-En Lee Chinese Taipei 36.00
46 Waldeck Defaix French Polynesia 35.65
46 Ivan Sapina Croatia 34.81
48 Marc Andre Bergeron Canada 34.26
49 Ali Sari Turkey 32.87
50 Christoforos Kallifonis Greece 32.59

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