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Men’s Taekwondo Rankings

Men’s 58 Kg – Taekwondo Rankings

Taekwondo Rankings

Tae-Hun Kim retained his number one rank in the Men’s 58 Kg Taekwondo rankings followed by Carlos Navarro who is placed 2nd in this category.

Meanwhile, Jesus Tortosa and Mikhail upgraded their position by one rank after Farzan Ashourzadeh dropped 2 ranks below to the 5th position. Safwan Khali upgraded his rank replacing Rui Braganca who is now placed at the 9th position.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Tae-Hun Kim Republic of Korea 408.08
2 Carlos Navarro Jordan 315.05
3 Jesus Tortosa Cabrera Russia 297.30
4 Mikhail Artamonov Chinese Taipei 296.49
5 Farzan Ashourzadeh Fallah Mexico 280.58
6 Tawin Hanprab Azerbaijan 230.09
7 Shuai Zhao Spain 183.47
8 Safwan Khalil Great Britain 180.27
9 Rui Braganca Bulgaria 174.39
10 Salaheddine Bensaleh Belgium 159.32
11 Stepan Dimitrov Russia 136.91
12 Yun-Jo Jeong Russia 133.25
13 Hedi Neffati Great Britain 130.08
14 Eleftherios Fakinos Belgium 124.00
15 Luis Pie Spain 119.62
16 Max Cater Iran 107.04
17 Sergio Suzuki Republic of Korea 103.20
18 Milos Gladovic Turkey 102.52
19 Mourad Laachraoui Australia 102.52
20 Omar Lakehal Russia 102.38
21 Cesar Rodriguez Puerto Rico 96.63
22 Levent Tuncat Turkey 91.20
23 Tumenbayar Molom Greece 84.44
24 Jack Woolley Poland 84.13
25 Nursultan Mamayev Republic of Korea 79.66
255 Haroon Khan Republic of Korea 7.38

 

Men’s 68 Kg – Taekwondo Rankings

Taekwondo Rankings

Dae-hoon Lee remained at the top of table followed by Ahmad Abughaush who replaced Alexey Denisenko to become the 2nd ranked individual in this category of Taekwondo rankings.

Saul Gutierrez broke into the Top 5 ranks after replacing Aykhan Taghizade while Vladimir and Jaouad Achab upgraded their position and broke into the Top 10 ranks.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Dae-Hoon Lee Republic of Korea 531.83
2 Ahmad Abughaush Mexico 338.58
3 Alexey Denisenko Spain 331.21
4 Yu-Jen Huang Russia 205.25
5 Saul Gutierrez Iran 177.14
6 Aykhan Taghizade Thailand 174.98
7 Javier Perez Polo China 157.22
8 Peter Longobardi Australia 157.20
9 Vladimir Dalakliev Portugal 143.54
10 Jaouad Achab Belgium 143.39
11 Konstantin Minin Moldova 140.35
12 Viacheslav Minin Republic of Korea 139.41
13 Christian Mcneish Tunisia 135.69
14 Si Mohamed Ketbi Greece 134.87
15 Joel Gonzalez Bonilla Dominican Republic 131.18
16 Abolfazl Yaghoubijouybari Great Britain 125.77
17 Seok-Bae Kim Japan 124.27
18 Berkay Akyol Serbia 112.12
19 Thomas Afonczenko Belgium 111.76
20 Sarmat Tcakoev Morocco 110.11
21 Luis Colon Mexico 109.86
22 Servet Tazegul Germany 108.90
23 Konstantinos Chamalidis Mongolia 103.22
24 Karol Robak Ireland 99.51
25 Dong-Yun Shin Republic Of South Korea 97.56
225 Muhammad Iqbal Pakistan 531.83

 

Men’s 87 Kg – Taekwondo Rankings

Vladislav Larin remained at top followed by Alexander who is placed 2nd in the Men’s 87-Kg Taekwondo rankings. Daniel Ivan, Smaiyl Duisebay and Bryan Salazar upgraded their ranks while Yassine Trabelsi, Seydou Gbane and Jasur experienced a downfall in rankings.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Vladislav Larin Russia 274.30
2 Alexander Bachmann Germany 233.92
3 Daniel Ros Gómez Spain 163.34
4 Ivan Trajkovic Slovenia 157.79
5 Yassine Trabelsi Tunisia 155.05
6 Smaiyl Duisebay Kazakhstan 153.97
7 Jordan Stewart Canada 120.80
8 Kyo-Don In Republic of Korea 120.34
9 Bryan Salazar Mexico 115.48
10 Seydou Gbane Cote D’ivoire 110.76
11 Ahmad Mohammadi Iran 96.69
12 Jasur Baykuziyev Uzbekistan 92.86
13 Emre Kutalmis Atesli Turkey 80.00
14 Karamoko Soumare Mali 79.31
15 Carlos Rivas Venezuela 77.14
16 Dinko Segedin Croatia 71.19
17 Rafael Kamalov Russia 69.79
18 Drasko Jovanov Serbia 69.55
19 M’bar N’diaye France 69.06
20 Saeid Rajabi Iran 68.14
21 Ramin Azizov Azerbaijan 67.61
22 Bartosz Kolecki Poland 65.95
23 Lee Seung Hwan Republic of Korea 64.98
24 Serdar Yuksel Turkey 62.62
25 Christian Suh USA 61.63
256 Atief Arshad Pakistan 3.03

 

Women’s Taekwondo Rankings

Women’s 46 Kg

Taekwondo Rankings

Yvette Yong leads the women’s 46-kg category in Taekwondo rankings followed by Cyprus’s Kyriaki and Ukraine’s Iryna. Fadia Farhani dropped by 5 ranks and this allowed Pouryounes, Rukiye and Charanawat to upgrade their rankings.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Yvette Yong Canada 197.40
2 Kyriaki Kouttouki Cyprus 182.87
3 Iryna Romoldanova Ukraine 163.77
4 Dina Pouryounes Langeroudi Netherlands 162.04
5 Rukiye Yildirim Turkey 153.59
6 Napaporn Charanawat Thailand 146.87
7 Jae-Young Sim Republic of Korea 144.54
8 Thi Kim Tuyen Truong Vietnam 142.84
9 Fadia Farhani Tunisia 124.82
10 Andrea Ramirez Vargas Colombia 100.19
11 Irene Laguna Perez Spain 99.25
12 Maryam Ismaili Belgium 85.01
13 Wan-Ting Lin Chinese Taipei 85.00
14 Xueqin Tan China 82.24
15 Valeria Santos Brazil 82.23
16 Mobina Nejad Katesari Iran 80.00
17 Bouma Ferimata Coulibaly Cote D’ivoire 75.58
18 Maria Smirnova Russia 74.71
19 Jordyn Smith Great Britain 74.40
20 Michal Zrihen Israel 73.26
21 Hajer Mustapha France 68.05
22 Thi Kim Ngan Ho Vietnam 67.20
23 Virginia Dellan Venezuela 59.11
24 Shae Rom Kim Canada 58.58
25 Sarah Adidou Cyprus 57.75
216 Yasmeen Maryam Khan Pakistan 4.32

Women’s 57 Kg – Taekwondo Rankings

Taekwondo Rankings

Jade Jones remains at the top of the table followed by Lee and Ilgun who are placed at 2nd and 3rd respectively. Mayu Hamada’s dropped 3 ranks down allowing Skylar Park, Raheleh and Patrycja to upgrade their rank by one position.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Jade Jones Great Britain 626.74
2 Ah-Reum Lee Republic of Korea 396.93
3 Hatice Kubra Ilgun Turkey 330.33
4 Nikita Glasnovic Croatia 252.21
5 Eva Calvo Gomez Spain 218.99
6 Hedaya Malak Egypt 210.10
7 Skylar Park Canada 193.85
8 Raheleh Asemani Belgium 183.22
9 Patrycja Adamkiewicz Poland 178.69
10 Mayu Hamada Japan 168.32
11 Lijun Zhou China 163.44
12 Bruna Vuletic Croatia 162.48
13 Carolena Carstens Panama 157.84
14 Anna-Lena Froemming Germany 145.64
15 Joana Cunha Portugal 122.49
16 Ekaterina Kim Russia 110.73
17 Jolanta Tarvida Latvia 104.04
18 Suvi Mikkonen Finland 103.64
19 Aleksandra Radmilovic Serbia 100.03
20 Paulina Armeria Mexico 97.43
21 Rafaela Araujo Brazil 97.08
22 Kimia Alizadeh Zenoorin Iran 93.33
23 Martina Zubcic Croatia 85.32
24 Pauline Louise Lopez Philippines 80.93
25 So-Hee Kim Republic of Korea 77.73
543 Mahnoor Mahnoor Pakistan 1.06

Women’s 73 Kg – Taekwondo Rankings

Taekwondo Rankings

Milica Mandic tops this category followed by Hyeri Oh who is placed at the 2nd place. Iva Rados dropped down two ranks and Karina and Maria upgraded their position by one rank to place themselves at 3rd and 4th respectively. Meanwhile, Nafia Kus made an impressive jump in rankings and is now placed 10th in this category.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Milica Mandic Serbia 233.21
2 Hyeri Oh Republic of Korea 185.60
3 Karina Zhdanova Russia 152.24
4 Maria Espinoza Mexico 145.66
5 Iva Rados Croatia 136.92
6 Madelynn Gorman-Shore United States of America 126.48
7 Yanna Schneider Germany 124.47
8 Da-Bin Lee Republic of Korea 119.40
9 Reshmie Oogink Netherlands 115.11
10 Nafia Kus Turkey 106.00
11 Aleksandra Krzemieniecka Poland 99.20
12 Petra Matijasevic Macedonia, FYROM 94.89
13 Raphaella Galacho Brazil 94.16
14 Cansel Deniz Kazakhstan 92.48
15 Sude Bulut Turkey 83.04
16 Zahra Pouresmaeil Iran 78.14
17 Shuyin Zheng China 75.56
18 Crystal Weekes Puerto Rico 74.26
19 Mamina Kone Cote D’ivoire 71.94
20 Nathalie Iliesco Canada 71.87
21 Cecilia Castro Burgos Spain 65.06
22 Estelle Vander-Zwalm France 62.12
23 Jade Slavin Great Britain 60.19
24 Arina Zhivotkova Russia 56.83
25 Seavmey Sorn Cambodia 55.26
219 Najia Rasool Pakistan 233.21

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