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Taekwondo at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics

Taekwondo at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics took place August 15–19 at the Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre in Singapore.

Taekwondo
at the I Summer Youth Olympic Games
Taekwondo, Singapore 2010.png
VenueSuntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre
Dates15 – 19 August 2010
No. of events10 (5 boys, 5 girls)
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Competition scheduleEdit

Event date Event day Starting time Event details
15 August Sunday 19:53 Girls' -44 kg
20:09 Boys' -48 kg
16 August Monday 19:53 Girls' -49 kg
20:09 Boys' -55 kg
17 August Tuesday 19:53 Girls' -55 kg
20:09 Boys' -63 kg
18 August Wednesday 19:53 Girls' -63 kg
20:09 Boys' -73 kg
19 August Thursday 19:53 Girls' +63 kg
20:09 Boys' +73 kg

Medal summaryEdit

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  South Korea (KOR)3003
2  China (CHN)2002
3  Iran (IRI)1102
  Russia (RUS)1102
5  Great Britain (GBR)1001
  Israel (ISR)1001
  Thailand (THA)1001
8  Germany (GER)0202
9  Jordan (JOR)0112
  Mexico (MEX)0112
  Ukraine (UKR)0112
  Vietnam (VIE)0112
13  Kazakhstan (KAZ)0101
  Portugal (POR)0101
15  Canada (CAN)0022
  France (FRA)0022
  Singapore (SIN)0022
  Turkey (TUR)0022
  United States (USA)0022
20  Argentina (ARG)0011
  Cuba (CUB)0011
  Lebanon (LIB)0011
  Spain (ESP)0011
  Sweden (SWE)0011
  Tajikistan (TJK)0011
Totals (25 nations)10102040

Boys' eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
48 kg
details
Gili Haimovitz
  Israel
Mohammad Soleimani
  Iran
Gregory English
  United States
Lucas Guzman
  Argentina
55 kg
details
Kaveh Rezaei
  Iran
Nursultan Mamayev
  Kazakhstan
Daryl Tan
  Singapore
Nguyen Quoc Cuong
  Vietnam
63 kg
details
Seo Byeong-Deok
  South Korea
Mário Silva
  Portugal
Alejandro Valdés
  Mexico
Berkcan Süngü
  Turkey
73 kg
details
Kim Jin-Hak
  South Korea
Aliaskhab Sirazhov
  Russia
Maksym Dominishyn
  Ukraine
Michel Samaha
  Lebanon
+73 kg
details
Liu Chang
  China
Ibrahim Ahmadsei
  Germany
Stefan Bozalo
  Canada
Yazan Al-Sadeq
  Jordan

Girls' eventsEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
44 kg
details
Anastasia Valueva
  Russia
Iryna Romoldanova
  Ukraine
Şeyma Tuncer
  Turkey
Shukrona Sharifova
  Tajikistan
49 kg
details
Worawong Pongpanit
  Thailand
Dana Haidar
  Jordan
Jessie Bates
  United States
Melanie Phan
  Canada
55 kg
details
Jade Jones
  Great Britain
Nguyen Thanh Thao
  Vietnam
Jennifer Agren
  Sweden
Shafinas Abdul Rahman
  Singapore
63 kg
details
Jeon Soo-Yeon
  South Korea
Antonia Katheder
  Germany
Nagore Irigoien
  Spain
Samantha Silvestri
  France
+63 kg
details
Zheng Shuyin
  China
Briseida Acosta
  Mexico
Yuleimi Abreu
  Cuba
Faiza Taoussara
  France

ReferencesEdit