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Kindly find attached the list with the European medalists from the 2nd WTE Open European Multi Taekwondo Games, eligible to qualify for European Poomsae Championships 2019.

 

Poomsae Pair

Freestyle Poomsae Pair

Freestyle Poomsae Mixed

Poomsae Team

Poomsae Individual

Qualified Athletes declaration form

 

All registered qualified athletes must:

1) be registered by their MNA

2) be registered under their National Team Name (not club, individual , unaffiliated etc)

3) fill in and send to Taekwondo Europe the attached declaration form above, properly filled in.

 
 
      Lausanne, Geneva, and Vienna will be at the center of the taekwondo world in April when the World Taekwondo (WT) and the International Taekwondo Federation (ITF) showcase their sport with joint demonstration performances. The events will be held under the name of ‘One World, One Taekwondo,’ and mark the 25th anniversary of since taekwondo was included in the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games programme. They were proposed by WT President Chungwon Choue and agreed by ITF President Yong Son Ri at the end of 2018.
     The ITF headquarters in Vienna will host the first event on 5 April and the second will take place at the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Olympic Museum in Lausanne on 11 April with IOC President Thomas Bach in attendance. The final demonstration will be held outside the United Nations offices in Geneva on 12 April.
The April events are the latest in a series of joint sport diplomacy initiatives between WT and ITF. The ITF was founded first, in 1968, but it is WT, which was founded in 1973, that is recognized as the international ruling body by the IOC. In 2014, under the guidance of the IOC, the two federations signed a Protocol of Accord during the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games and since then have successfully planned joint taekwondo events on multiple occasions, most notably before the start of the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
 
Source: Sport intern

 

 

      The official outline for the upcoming 1st Taekwondo Europe Beach Championships that will take place in Antalya, Turkey on April 6th has been updated and you may download it here.

Also, the registration for the championships will remain open until 31st March 2019, 11:59 PM and you may follow the link to participate in the inaugural European event.

     As the championships are open for participation, the ones interested in competing and who are not GOL card holders, should complete the respective participation form which they may find at the end of the official outline of the event, and submit it as requested.

 

   

 

  The Executive Committee of the “Make Place for One More Woman” program in Greece organized the 1st Awarding Ceremony, in which the Program Director Voula Kozompoli honored the top sports figures in the country for their contribution towards the promotion of women in sports. "Make Place for One More Woman" is an institution that honors and highlights the actions of those who contribute to creating an ideal environment for more women in sports," said water polo champion Voula Kozompoli and added: "I cordially would like to thank my associates for the event, the Deputy Minister for honoring the event with his presence, the Mayor of Nea Smyrni for the co-organization, and congratulate once again all the awarded ones."
Among the people who were awarded for their contribution was also the World Taekwondo Media Committee Vice-Chairwoman, Mrs. Effie Zikouli, receiving her award by the former Minister of Sports, Fani Palli-Petralia.
       In detail, Mrs. Zikouli was awarded for her contribution to sports and especially Taekwondo, in national as well as international level. "It is a great honor for me to receive this award through an IOC-promoted project, aiming to empower and promote the role of women in sports.” said Zikouli, adding: "Among the World Taekwondo Europe 51 member national federations, there only one female President; the one of British Taekwondo, representing the UK”, and she evidently pinpointed the need to increase the presence of women in leading positions for the sport.
       Taekwondo Europe as an active supporter of actions that promote social inclusion, gender equality and fortify the rights of social and civil minorities, congratulates Mrs. Zikouli for her award and aspires to find many more women as ‘champions’ in taekwondo administrative positions, both continentally and internationally.

       Representatives of various sports were also awarded, as Tatiana Kavvadia, Basketball Olympic Champion and founder ‘We Love Basketball for Girls’, where young girls are motivated to develop and be developed through basketball.
      - Mum and daughter Karate Champions and coaches Georgina Xenou and Mariza Soubasaki, who show the power of women through their personal adventures.

      - Dimitra Korokida as a Paralympic sphere athlete, active in coaching and entrepreneurship·
      - Stella Lazarou, President of the Nautical Club of Vouliagmeni, with many years of sports administrative experience
      - Vasilis Menoudis, former Volleyball professional athlete, actively promoting participation of women in sports and gender equality.
      - Xenia Argiataki, former athletics athlete, Ph.D. holder, the first elected woman in the Hellenic Olympic Committee, Vice-President of Hellenic Athletics Federation and Chair of the Sports and Women Committee.
      - Ioanna Moraitis, Ping Pong medalist in Mediterranean and Balkan championships, Ph.D. holder and Director of the General Secretariat of Sports in Greece.
      - Georgia Fyrgou, water polo and swimming champion, diving coach, with a managerial role in the FINA World Federation and the LEN Pan-European Federation.
      - Christina Galanopoulou, track n field athlete with extensive volunteer experience, founder of ‘Girls Team Galanopoulou’, aiming to inspire young girls with the values of Olympism and volunteering.
      - Erasmia Laskaris, regent of the Women's National Teams in Greece, who contributed in the successful collaboration of the Hellenic Handball Federation with the ‘Make Place for one more Woman’ foundation.

      - The Hellenic Beach Handball team's players, Magda Keepsidou, Nikolina Keepsidou, Pimenidou Eleni, Kerlidi Elena, and Dimitriou Apostolina were awarded a special prize after winning the Beach Handball World Championship in Kazan 2018, bringing the biggest distinction for both women's and men's sport nationally.

 

About "Make a Place for One More Woman" program
Make Place for One More Woman is a program that unites the Olympic champions, distinguished athletes, members of the Olympic Movement, sports executives and prestigious personalities, with the ultimate goal of "creating a place for one more woman"! The program was inspired by the President of the Greek Olympic Champions Club Voula Kozompoli, following her awarding by the International Olympic Committee with the "Woman & Sport of 2015" Prize for the European Continent.

 


 

 

 

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