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Men’s Taekwondo Rankings

Men’s 54 Kg – Taekwondo Rankings

Taekwondo Rankings

Kim Tae-hun has three World Championships to his name and currently ranks at the top of Men’s 54 Kg rankings. He is followed by Iran’s Armin Hadipour and Mexico’s Cesar Rodriguez who rank 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Tae-Hun Kim Republic of Korea 225.60
2 Armin Hadipour Seighalani Iran 182.50
3 Cesar Rodriguez Mexico 152.07
4 Jack Woolley Ireland 155.95
5 Vito Dell’aquila Italy 90.87
6 Moustapha Kama Senegal 91.22
7 Ramnarong Sawekwiharee Thailand 132.11
8 Moaz Nabil Egypt 112.46
9 Mourad Laachraoui Belgium 116.95
10 Bailey Lewis Australia 56.27
11 Solomon Demse Ethiopia 21.47
12 Taras Malchenko Ukraine 63.54
13 Dionysios Rapsomanikis Greece 67.31
14 Stanislav Denisov Russia 73.26
15 Joan Nunez Puerto Rico 63.49
16 Gashim Magomedov Azerbaijan 70.89
17 Adrian Vicente Yunta Spain 41.70
18 Vadim Dimitrov Moldova 54.78
19 Adriano Alves Brazil 65.44
20 Amir Valipour Iran 0.00
217 Muhammad Owais Pakistan 7.13

Men’s 68 Kg – Taekwondo Rankings

Taekwondo Rankings

With a total of 17 medals to his name of which 13 are Gold ones, Dae-Hoon Lee leads the Men’s 68 Kg rankings by a huge margin. He is followed by Russia’s Alexey and Jordan’s Ahmad who rank 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Dae-Hoon Lee Republic of Korea 531.83
2 Alexey Denisenko Russia 343.55
3 Ahmad Abughaush Jordan 330.81
4 Yu-Jen Huang Chinese Taipei 192.25
5 Aykhan Taghizade Azerbaijan 186.12
6 Saul Gutierrez Mexico 177.14
7 Peter Longobardi Great Britain 151.78
8 Servet Tazegul Turkey 158.90
9 Javier Perez Polo Spain 117.86
10 Konstantin Minin Russia 128.03
11 Jaouad Achab Belgium 143.39
12 Vladimir Dalakliev Bulgaria 103.43
13 Joel Gonzalez Bonilla Spain 131.18
14 Si Mohamed Ketbi Belgium 100.43
15 Abolfazl Yaghoubijouybari Iran 125.77
16 Thomas Afonczenko Australia 116.57
17 Viacheslav Minin Russia 111.41
18 Luis Colon Puerto Rico 111.51
19 Berkay Akyol Turkey 91.79
20 Konstantinos Chamalidis Greece 79.36
227 Muhammad Iqbal Pakistan 8.89

Men’s 87 Kg – Taekwondo Rankings

Taekwondo Rankings

Vladislav Larin’s latest triumph was in the 2018’s European Championship where he won a Gold medal. Overall, the World No.1 in Men’s 87 Kg has 6 medals to his name of which 3 are Gold and 3 are Silver.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Vladislav Larin Russia 235.10
2 Alexander Bachmann Germany 206.19
3 Yassine Trabelsi Tunisia 165.07
4 Daniel Ros Gómez Spain 118.13
5 Ivan Trajkovic Slovenia 109.79
6 Seydou Gbane Cote D’ivoire 86.16
7 Jordan Stewart Canada 110.72
8 Kyo-Don In Republic of Korea 120.34
9 Smaiyl Duisebay Kazakhstan 76.28
10 Bryan Salazar Mexico 99.88
11 Jasur Baykuziyev Uzbekistan 96.86
12 Ahmad Mohammadi Iran 72.69
13 Karamoko Soumare Mali 54.57
14 Radik Isaev Azerbaijan 82.18
15 Carlos Rivas Venezuela 79.05
16 Emre Kutalmis Atesli Turkey 20.00
17 M’bar N’diaye France 63.07
18 Drasko Jovanov Serbia 69.55
19 Serdar Yuksel Turkey 70.21
20 Saeid Rajabi Iran 68.14
258 Atief Arshad Pakistan 3.03

Women’s Taekwondo Rankings

Women’s 46 Kg

Taekwondo Rankings

A Canadian national, Yvette Yong has a Bronze medal to her name and currently tops the women’s 46 Kg rankings followed by Cyprus’s Kyriaki and Ukraine’s Iryna who are placed 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Yvette Yong Canada 170.89
2 Kyriaki Kouttouki Cyprus 166.92
3 Iryna Romoldanova Ukraine 156.27
4 Fadia Farhani Tunisia 132.41
5 Jae-Young Sim Republic of Korea 149.07
6 Dina Pouryounes Langeroudi Netherlands 103.48
7 Napaporn Charanawat Thailand 122.87
8 Rukiye Yildirim Turkey 98.69
9 Thi Kim Tuyen Truong Vietnam 109.53
10 Andrea Ramirez Vargas Colombia 60.19
11 Wan-Ting Lin Chinese Taipei 99.40
12 Irene Laguna Perez Spain 64.24
13 Maryam Ismaili Belgium 87.42
14 Panipak Wongpattanakit Thailand 87.20
15 Bouma Ferimata Coulibaly Cote D’ivoire 66.46
16 Valeria Santos Brazil 70.53
17 Hajer Mustapha France 72.71
18 Mobina Nejad Katesari Iran 80.00
19 Michal Zrihen Israel 56.84
216 Yasmeen Maryam Khan Pakistan 4.32

Women’s 57 Kg – Taekwondo Rankings

Taekwondo Rankings

Jade Jones has the honor of winning 2 Gold medals in two consecutive Olympics i.e. in 2012 and 2016 and she currently tops the Women’s 57 Kg Taekwondo rankings.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Jade Jones Great Britain 609.22
2 Ah-Reum Lee Republic of Korea 392.53
3 Hatice Kubra Ilgun Turkey 226.74
4 Nikita Glasnovic Croatia 265.68
5 Eva Calvo Gomez Spain 248.50
6 Hedaya Malak Egypt 229.48
7 Mayu Hamada Japan 209.32
8 Skylar Park Canada 186.65
9 Raheleh Asemani Belgium 170.07
10 Patrycja Adamkiewicz Poland 150.69
11 Carolena Carstens Panama 137.99
12 Anna-Lena Froemming Germany 138.57
13 Bruna Vuletic Croatia 101.35
14 Lijun Zhou China 104.24
15 Joana Cunha Portugal 96.05
16 Ekaterina Kim Russia 98.68
17 Kimia Alizadeh Zenoorin Iran 104.13
18 Suvi Mikkonen Finland 84.15
19 Paulina Armeria Mexico 96.82
551 Mahnoor Mahnoor Pakistan 1.06

Women’s 73 Kg – Taekwondo Rankings

Taekwondo Rankings

An Olympic champion and a talented fighter, Milica Mandic tops the Women’s 73 Kg category. She is followed by Korea’s Hyeri Oh and Croatia’s Iva Rados who are placed 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Rank Name Country Points
1 Milica Mandic Serbia 221.05
2 Hyeri Oh Republic of Korea 175.60
3 Iva Rados Croatia 137.72
4 Karina Zhdanova Russia 125.76
5 Maria Espinoza Mexico 150.04
6 Madelynn Gorman-Shore United States of America 90.72
7 Yanna Schneider Germany 94.46
8 Reshmie Oogink Netherlands 117.33
9 Aleksandra Krzemieniecka Poland 101.89
10 Da-Bin Lee Republic of Korea 105.00
11 Petra Matijasevic Macedonia, FYROM 102.56
12 Raphaella Galacho Brazil 87.83
13 Shuyin Zheng China 93.56
14 Mamina Kone Cote D’ivoire 86.97
15 Sude Bulut Turkey 76.62
16 Cansel Deniz Kazakhstan 83.84
17 Zahra Pouresmaeil Iran 78.14
18 Nathalie Iliesco Canada 58.72
19 Crystal Weekes Puerto Rico 64.90
159 Najia Rasool Pakistan 4.45

 

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