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Taekwondo At The 2010 Asian Games
Taekwondo
Taekwondo
at the 2010 Asian Games
2010 Asian Games
was held in Guangzhou, China
China
from November 17 to 20, 2010. Men's and women's competitions were held in eight weight categories for each gender. All competition took place at the Guangdong Gymnasium
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Taekwondo At The 2006 Asian Games
Taekwondo took place from December 7 to December 10 at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar. Men's and women's competitions were held in eight weight categories for each. All competition took place at the Qatar Sports Club Indoor Hall
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Kazakhstan At The 2010 Asian Games
Kazakhstan will participate in the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou from 12 November to 27 November 2010.Contents1 Medal table 2 Medalists 3 Archery3.1 Men 3.2 Women4 Athletics4.1 Men 4.2 Women5 Beach volleyball5.1 Men 5.2 Women6 Boxing 7 Board games7.1 Chess8 Canoeing8.1 Canoe-Kayak Flatwater 8.2 Canoe-Kayak Slalom9 Cycling9.1 Road 9.2 Track10 Dancesport 11 Equestrian11.1 Eventing12 Fencing12.1 Men 12.2 Women13 Gymnastics13.1 Artistic gymnastics 13.2 Rhythmic gymnastics 13.3 Trampoline14 Handball14.1 Women15 Hockey15.1 Women16 Judo16.1 Men 16.2 Women17 Karate17.1 Men 17.2 Women18 Modern Pentathlon18.1 Women19 Rowing 20 Rugby20.1 Women21 Shooting 22 Swimming 23 Synchronized swimming 24 Taekwondo24.1 Men 24.2 Women25 Triathlon 26 Volleyball26.1 Men<
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Uzbekistan At The 2010 Asian Games
Uzbekistan participated in the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou from 12 November to 27 November 2010.Contents1 Medal table 2 MedalistsMedal table[edit]Sport Gold Silver Bronze TotalCanoe/Kayak Sprint 3 2 2 7Athletics 2 3 3 8Wrestling 2 1 1 4Judo 1 3 3 7Boxing 1 2 2 5Chess 1 1 0 2Cycling 1 0 0 1Tennis 0 3 0 3Weightlifting 0 2 0 2Rhythmic Gymnastics 0 2 0 2Rowing 0 1 4 5Taekwondo 0 1 2 3Artistic Gymnastics 0 1 2 3Karate 0 0 1 1Water Polo 0 0 1 1Shooting 0 0 1 1Trampoline Gymnastics 0 0 1 1Total 11 22 23 56Medalists[edit]Medal Name Sport Event Date01 ! Gold Tarasova, YuliyaYuliya Tarasova Athletics Women's Heptathlon 23 November01 ! Gold Radzivil, SvetlanaSvetlana Radzivil Athletics Women's High Jump 26 November01 ! Gold Rasulov, ElshodElshod Rasulov Boxing Men's 81kg 25 November01 !&
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Vietnam At The 2010 Asian Games
Vietnam is participating in the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou on 12–27 November 2010.Contents1 Medal table 2 Medalists 3 Aquatics – Diving 4 Aquatics – Swimming 5 Archery 6 Athletics 7 Badminton 8 Board games8.1 Chess 8.2 Go 8.3 Xiangqi9 Boxing 10 Canoeing 11 Cue Sports 12 Cycling 13 Dance Sports 14 Fencing 15 Football 16 Golf 17 Gymnastics 18 Judo 19 Karate 20 Rowing 21 Sepaktakraw 22 Shooting 23 Table Tennis 24 Taekwondo 25 Tennis 26 Volleyball 27 Weightlifting 28 Wrestling 29 WushuMedal table[edit]Sport Gold Silver Bronze TotalKarate 1 1 1 3Athletics 0 3 2 5Shooting 0 2 1 3Rowing 0 2 0 2Cue Sports 0 0 2 2Wushu 0 4 4 8Wrestling 0 1 0 1Chess 0 1 1 2Sepaktakraw 0 1 1 2Taekwondo 0 1 3 1Xiangqi 0 1 0 1Total 1 17 15 33Medalists[edit]Medal Name Sport Event Date01 ! Gold Le Bich Phuong Karate Women's -55 kg 25 November02 ! 
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Taekwondo At The 2010 Asian Games – Men's 80 Kg
The men's welterweight (−80 kilograms) event at the 2010 Asian Games took place on 18 November 2010 at Guangdong Gymnasium, Guangzhou, China.[1]Contents1 Schedule 2 Results2.1 Final 2.2 Top half 2.3 Bottom half3 References 4 External linksSchedule[edit] All times are China Standard Time (UTC+08:00)Date Time EventThursday, 18 November 2010 09:00 1/16 finals09:00 1/8 finals14:00 Quarterfinals14:00 Semifinals16:30 FinalResults[edit]LegendDQ — Won by disqualification P — Won by punitive declarationFinal[edit]Final Nabil Talal (JOR) 4 Nesar Ahmad Bahave (AFG) 3Top half[edit]1/16 finals1/8 finalsQuarterfinalsSemifinals              Chien Yi-hsin (TPE) 6   Yoshihiro Nagano (JPN) 0      Nabil Talal (JOR) 10 
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Jordan At The 2010 Asian Games
Jordan was to participate in the 16th Asian Games in Guangzhou from 12 November to 27 November 2010.Contents1 Medalist 2 Basketball2.1 Men3 Boxing 4 Board games4.1 Chess5 Fencing5.1 Men6 Football6.1 Men 6.2 Women7 Karate7.1 Men 7.2 Women8 Squash 9 Swimming9.1 Men10 Taekwondo10.1 Men 10.2 Women11 Wrestling11.1 Men12 Wushu12.1 MenMedalist[edit]Medal Name Sport Event Date01 ! Gold Nabil Hassan Taekwondo Men's Under 80kg 18 November01 ! Gold Manar Shath Karate Women's +68 kg 25 November02 ! Silver Dana Touran Taekwondo Women's Under 46kg 17 November02 ! Silver Bashar Al Najjar Karate Men's -60 kg 25 November03 ! Bronze Nadin Dawani Taekwondo Women's +83kg 20 November03 ! Bronze Mutasembellah Khair Karate Men's 84kg 26 NovemberBasketball[edit] Main article: Basketball
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Nesar Ahmad Bahave
Nesar Ahmad Bahawi (Persian: نثاراحمد بهاوی, born March 27, 1984 in Kapisa Province) is an Afghan Taekwondo practitioner. He won the silver medal in the lightweight category (72 kg) at the 2007 World Taekwondo Championships, edging out 2004 Olympic Champion Hadi Saei in the semifinals. It was the second international medal for Afghanistan in any sport – the first was one by Badamgul Multazim, a heavyweight Taekwondo practitioner. Nesar won the bronze medal in the lightweight category at the 2006 Asian Games, and represented Afghanistan in the -68kg category at the Beijing Olympics, where he also acted as flagbearer in the opening ceremony. Nesar won the gold medal in the 2009 Asian Martial Arts Games for taekwondo in the 72 kg weight range category. In 2010, he won the silver medal in the men's under 80 kg category at the 2010 Asian Games. Nesar acted as flagbearer for Afghanistan again at the 2012 London Olympics, where he competed in the -80 kg category
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Farzad Abdollahi
Farzad Abdollahi (Persian: فرزاد عبداللهی‎, born 27 October 1990 in Mianeh, Iran) is an Iranian taekwondo practitioner. He won the gold medal in the welterweight division (80 kg) at the 2011 World Taekwondo Championships in Gyeongju, South Korea. Abdollahi is a cousin of another world taekwondo champion, Yousef Karami. References[edit]Guangzhou 2010 profileExternal links[edit]Farzad Abdollahi at TaekwondoData.com This Iranian biographical article relating to sports is a stub. You can help by expanding it.v t eThis biographical article related to Taekwondo is a stub
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Taekwondo At The 2010 Asian Games – Men's 87 Kg
The men's middleweight (−87 kilograms) event at the 2010 Asian Games took place on 17 November 2010 at Guangdong Gymnasium, Guangzhou, China. A total of eleven competitors from eleven different countries competed in this event, limited to fighters whose body weight was less than 87 kilograms. The defending champion Yousef Karami of Iran won the gold medal after beating Park Yong-hyun of South Korea in gold medal match 4–3, He beat athletes from Bahrain and China before reaching the final
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Yousef Karami
Yousef Karami (Persian: یوسف کرمی‎; born March 22, 1983 in Meyaneh, Iran) is an Iranian taekwondo athlete who competed in the Men's 80 kg at the 2004 Summer Olympics
2004 Summer Olympics
and won the bronze medal. He is also the 2003 world champion (in 78–84 kg). Karami also won gold in the 2006 Asian Games
Asian Games
in 84 kg and in the 2010 Asian Games in 87 kg. Yousef Karami was titled as the most talented sportsman in Taekwondo by the Korea head coach due to his brilliant performance in the 2003 world championship, where he astonished everyone. Karami won the title while he was only 20. References[edit]Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill. "Yousef Karami". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com
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Taekwondo At The 2010 Asian Games – Men's +87 Kg
The men's middleweight (−87 kilograms) event at the 2010 Asian Games took place on 17 November 2010 at Guangdong Gymnasium, Guangzhou, China. A total of eleven competitors from eleven different countries competed in this event, limited to fighters whose body weight was less than 87 kilograms. The defending champion Yousef Karami of Iran won the gold medal after beating Park Yong-hyun of South Korea in gold medal match 4–3, He beat athletes from Bahrain and China before reaching the final
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Arman Chilmanov
Arman Chilmanov (Kazakh: Арман Шилманов, born April 20, 1984) is a Kazakhstani Taekwondo athlete. 2008 Olympics[edit] Chilmanov was the other competitor in the controversial +80 kg bronze medal match against Ángel Matos of Cuba. He was behind 3-2 in the second round when his opponent sustained an injury to his toe. Matos took a Kyeshi - one minute of injury recovery time - but Chilmanov was declared the winner of the bout when the Cuban's timeout expired. After a brief argument, Matos kicked referee Chakir Chelbat in the face, pushed a judge and spat on the floor of the arena before being escorted out by security, and was subsequently banned for life, along with his coach Leudin González. After the chaos, he commented "To me it was obvious he (Matos) couldn't continue, the toe on his left foot was broken
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Akmal Irgashev
Akmal Irgashev (born 16 December 1982) is a taekwondo athlete from Uzbekistan. He finished in 5th place at the 2008 Summer Olympics, losing in the quarter-finals to eventual champion Cha Dong-min, and then to Chika Chukwumerije in the repechange.[1] He also competed at the London Olympics 2012.[2] He was the Bronze Medalist in Taekwondo at the 2010 Asian Games.[3] References[edit]^ "+ 80 kg men results - Taekwondo - Beijing 2008 Olympics". www.olympic.org. Retrieved 2015-05-06.  ^ Akmal Irgashev Profile at London Olympics 2012 ^ Profile at taekwondo dataExternal links[edit]Akmal Irgashev at TaekwondoData.com Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill. "Akmal Irgashev". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com
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Alireza Nasr Azadani
Alireza Nasr Azadani (Persian: علیرضا نصر آزادانی‎, born September 21, 1985 in Isfahan, Iran) is an Iranian taekwondo practitioner. He won the gold medal in the lightweight division (-74 kg) at the 2011 World Taekwondo Championships in Gyeongju, South Korea. References[edit]"Alireza NASSRAZADANY". gz2010.cn. Guangzhou 2010. Archived from the original on 2010-11-23. External links[edit]Alireza NASR AZADANI at TaekwondoData.com This Iranian biographical article relating to sports is a stub. You can help by expanding it.v t eThis biographical article related to Taekwondo is a stub
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Taekwondo At The 2010 Asian Games – Women's 46 Kg
The women's finweight (−46 kilograms) event at the 2010 Asian Games took place on 17 November 2010 at Guangdong Gymnasium, Guangzhou, China. A total of fifteen competitors from fifteen different countries competed in this event, limited to fighters whose body weight was less than 46 kilograms. Huang Hsien-yung of Chinese Taipei won the gold medal after beating Dana Haidar Touran of Jordan in gold medal match 6–3, The bronze medal was shared by Fransisca Valentina of Indonesia and Sara Khoshjamal Fekri from Iran.[1] Athletes from Thailand, Malaysia, Nepal and Philippines shared the fifth place.Contents1 Schedule 2 Results 3 References 4 External linksSchedule[edit] All times are China Standard Time (UTC+08:00)Date Time EventWednesday, 17 November 2010 09:00 1/8 finals14:00 Quarterfinals14:00 Semifinals16:30 FinalResults[edit]1/8 finalsQuarterfinalsSemifinalsFinal     
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