Monday, 7 August 2000

Taekwondo - Rio 2016 Olympics


Medals
  • Great Britain 
    • Gold
      • Women's 57 kg (Jade Jones)
    • Silver
      • Men's 80 KG (Lutalo Muhammad)
    • Bronze
      • Women's 67+ kg (Bianca Walkden)
  • Jordan
    • Gold
      • Men's 68 kg (Ahmad Abughaush)
  • Spain
    • Silver
      • Women's 57 kg (Eva Calvo)
    • Bronze
      • Men's 68 kg (Joel González)
Day 12 (Wednesday 17th)
Men's 58 kg - Preliminary round, Repechage, Bronze Final
  • PR: Spain (Jesús Tortosa) vs. China
    • China won 7-3
  • R: Spain (Jesús Tortosa) vs. Morocco 
    • Spain won 4-1
  • BF: Spain (Jesús Tortosa) vs. Dominican Republic 
    • Dominican Republic  won 6-5
  • PR: Belgium (Si Mohamed Ketbi) vs. Australia
    • Austria won 8-1
Day 13 (Thursday 18th)
Men's 68 kg - Preliminary round, Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Bronze Finals, Finals
  • PR: Belgium (Jaouad Achab) vs. Papua New Guinea 
    • Belgium won 15-1
  • QF: Belgium (Jaouad Achab) vs. Poland
    • Belgium won 9-7
  • SF: Belgium (Jaouad Achab) vs. Russia
    • Russia won 6-1
  • BF: Belgium (Jaouad Achab) vs. South Korea
    • South Korea won 7-11
  • PR: Spain (Joel González) vs. Croatia
    • Spain won 4-3 
  • QF: Spain (Joel González) vs. Mongolia
    • Spain won 7-4
  • PR: Jordan (Ahmad Abughaush) vs. Egypt
    • Jordan won 9-1
  • PR: Jordan (Ahmad Abughaush) vs. South Korea
    • Jordan won 11-8
  • SF: Spain (Joel González) vs. Jordan (Ahmad Abughaush)
    • Jordan won 12-7
  • BF: Spain (Joel González) vs. Venezuela 
    • Spain won won 4-3, Spain finished 3rd, won Bronze
  • F: Jordan (Ahmad Abughaush) vs. Russia
    • Jordan won 1o-6, Jordan finished 1st, won Gold
Women's 57 kg - Preliminary round, Quarterfinals, Repechage Semifinals, Bronze Finals, Finals
  • PR: Belgium (Raheleh Asemani) vs. Panama
    • Belgium won 13-1
  • PR: Great Britain (Jade Jones) vs. Morocco 
    • Great Britain won 12-4
  • QF: Belgium (Raheleh Asemani) vs. Great Britain (Jade Jones)
    • Great Britain won 7-2
  • R: Belgium (Raheleh Asemani) vs. Morocco 
    • Belgium won 12 -0 
  • BF: Belgium (Raheleh Asemani) vs. Egypt
    • Egypt won 1-0 
  • PR: Spain (Eva Calvo) vs. Thailand
    • Spain won 6-5
  • QF: Spain (Eva Calvo) vs. Iran
    • Spain won 8-7
  • SF: Spain (Eva Calvo) vs. Egypt
    • Spain won 1-0
  • F: Spain (Eva Calvo) vs. Great Britain (Jade Jones)
    • Great Britain won 16-7, Great Britain finished 1st, won Gold; Spain finished 2nd won Silver
  • PR: Sweden (Nikita Glasnović) vs. Australia
    • Sweden won 4-0
  • QF: Sweden (Nikita Glasnović) vs. Finland
    • Sweden won 7-4
  • SF: Sweden (Nikita Glasnović) vs. Great Britain (Jade Jones
    • Great Britain won 9-4
  • BF: Sweden (Nikita Glasnović) vs. Iran
    • Iran won 5-1
Day 14 (Friday 19th)
Men's 80 KG -  Preliminary round, Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Finals
  • PR: Great Britain (Lutalo Muhammad) vs. Australia 
    • Great Britain won 14-0
  • QF: Great Britain (Lutalo Muhammad) vs. USA
    • Great Britain won 9-2
  • SF: Great Britain (Lutalo Muhammad) vs. Azerbaijan
    • Great Britain won 12-7
  • F: Great Britain (Lutalo Muhammad) vs. Ivory Coast
    • Ivory Coast won 8-6, Great Britain finished 2nd, won Silver
Women's 67 kg - Preliminary round
  • Sweden (Elin Johansson) vs. Uzbekistan
    • Uzbekistan won 
Day 15 (Saturday 20th)
Men's 80+ kg - Preliminary round, Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Bronze Finals
    • PR: Great Britain (Mahama Cho) vs. Gabon
      • Great Britain won 12-6
    • QF: Great Britain (Mahama Cho) vs. Ireland
      • Great Britain won 4-3
    • SF: Great Britain (Mahama Cho) vs. Azerbaijan
      • Azerbaijan won 4-1
    • BF: Great Britain (Mahama Cho) vs. Brazil
      • Brazil won 4-5
    Women's 67+ kg - Preliminary round, Quarterfinals, Semifinals, Bronze Finals
      • PR: Great Britian (Bianca Walkden) vs. Papua New Guinea 
        • Great Britain won 14-1 
      • QF: Great Britian (Bianca Walkden) vs. Serbia
        • Great Britain won 5-0
      • SF: Great Britain (Bianca Walkden) vs. China
        • China won 4-1
      • BF: Great Britian (Bianca Walkden) vs. Morocco
        • Great Britain won 7-1, Great Britain finished 3rd, won Bronze
      • PR: Netherlands (Reshmie Oogink) vs. Cambodia 
        • Netherlands won 7-1
      • QF: Netherlands (Reshmie Oogink) vs. USA 
        • USA won by superiority
      • PR: Norway (Tina Skaar) vs.  Serbia
        • Serbia won 8-2

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