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The Korean flag and national anthem was played 6 times during medal ceremonies as they stood atop of the medal podium in Male and Female under 29, under 49, and under 59 age categories. While all impressed the judges with their near perfect moves and almost as flawless presentation, it was Su-Ji Kang that had the crowd "ooing" and "awing" with her angelic grace and unmatched flexibility. Kang scored the highest marks of the competition so far that put her comfortably in front of her fellow, and also phenomenal, competitors. Wang-Kon Hwang displayed an impressive final set to claim the Male under 29 gold medal. Cheol Hee Lee and Kyeong Ran Oh sailed through their final routines in Male and Female under 49 categories respectively to put gold around their necks. Their senior teammates Byoung Yong Lim and Yeong Ae Seo matched their results in their respective Male and Female under 59 categories. But the loudest cheers once again came for the Freestyle Poomsae division as the Women took their turn to kick, twist, and flip their way across the maDay 2 of the 7th WTF World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships lived up to the high standard set by the first day. The stands were packed again all day as fans came to cheer on their favorite nations. While their enthusiasm for their teams filled the San Antonio Coliseum, it was Korea that dominated the second day by taking every gold medal, save the Women's Freestyle competition. The Korean flag and national anthem was played 6 times during medal ceremonies as they stood atop of the medal podium in Male and Female under 29, under 49, and under 59 age categories. While all impressed the judges with their near perfect moves and almost as flawless presentation, it was Su-Ji Kang that had the crowd "ooing" and "awing" with her angelic grace and unmatched flexibility. Kang scored the highest marks of the competition so far that put her comfortably in front of her fellow, and also phenomenal, competitors.Day 2 of the 7th WTF World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships lived up to the high standard set by the first day. The stands were packed again all day as fans came to cheer on their favorite nations. While their enthusiasm for their teams filled the San Antonio Coliseum, it was Korea that dominated the second day by taking every gold medal, save the Women's Freestyle competition. The Korean flag and national anthem was played 6 times during medal ceremonies as they stood atop of the medal podium in Male and Female under 29, under 49, and under 59 age categories. While all impressed the judges with their near perfect moves and almost as flawless presentation, it was Su-Ji Kang that had the crowd "ooing" and "awing" with her angelic grace and unmatched flexibility. Kang scored the highest marks of the competition so far that put her comfortably in front of her fellow, and also phenomenal, competitors.
Mansen Taekwondoa edustava Niina Virtala eteni semifinaalista finaaliin kutkuttavasti kolmanneksi parhailla pisteillä. Finaaliesitysten jälkeen sijoituksena oli 7. sija.
Dae Jin Hwang aloitti taekwondon opettamisen Suomessa vuonna 1979 ja on edistänyt lajin kehittymistä maassamme siitä lähtien. Hänelle myönnettiin ansioistaan 6.12.2012 Suomen Valkoisen Ruusun ansioristi.
7th World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships, 6-9.12.2012 Tunja, Columbia
Valo (30.11.2012)
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