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Taekwondo at the Summer Olympic Games Paris 2024

 

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:CAN team for Paris

 

Josipa Kafadar - Women’s 49kg

Skylar Park - Women’s 57kg

 

Skylar Park is our only medal contender here. World #4, won her first ever Grand Prix gold medal last season in Taiyuan, and won Pan American Games gold as well. 
 

But I’m afraid she’ll bomb out in the quarterfinals again like she did in Tokyo as a medal contender:facepalm::whistle::cry:

 

 

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WT just published the June ranking which will be used for the Olympic seeding

athletes from France will be seeded 4th if they are not ranked better.

 

still it's not possible to fully predict the brackets because of the Wild Cards . some of possible universality place candidates are ranked high and can change the seeding completely.

 

also there are some questions about the "refugee" athletes. Mansouri and conman Mehdipournejad both participated at 87kg during the Euro Champs. not sure which weight they will participate in Paris. both of them are in 80kg ranking for now.

 

and there is another question about 49kg Oceania's quota. Australia apparently took that to the CAS. but even if they lose I'm not sure what Morocco is going to do with this. their original athlete (El Bouchti) already moved up to 57kg and lost all of her ranking points in her old weight. will they give her special permission to go back to her old weight ? or she will be seeded last ?

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1 hour ago, MHSN said:

 

and there is another question about 49kg Oceania's quota. Australia apparently took that to the CAS. but even if they lose I'm not sure what Morocco is going to do with this. their original athlete (El Bouchti) already moved up to 57kg and lost all of her ranking points in her old weight. will they give her special permission to go back to her old weight ? or she will be seeded last ?

There is also the question of whether or not :MAR would even lost it's quota in this situation.

 

There was a similar situation where :AUS went to CAS before the 2010 Olympics because they got denied a continental quota in the two-woman bobsleigh. Ultimately CAS sided with Australia (the qualification document as it was written was quite clearly on their side), but CAS also let :IRL, who had gotten the re-allocated quota, keep their quota.

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Final Entries 

http://m.worldtaekwondo.org/competition/view.html?nid=141210&mcd=L06

 

MKD took the women's 57kg wild card and not Sierra Leone. which means we will have another Kiani vs Alizadeh in the first round :(

 

also our 49kg girl has to withdraw from the Games if they reinstate El-Bouchti's ranking points , she moved to 57kg (thinking she lost the quota) and therefore lost all her ranking points. for now she will be ranked last but they reinstate her points that will be trouble. but I assume they won't.

 

I still can't understand how the hell they gave that +80kg quota to Uzbekistan, now they have 3 male athletes !! :wacko: that shouldn't happen under current rules. 

 

Gurtsiev of BLR is also there, which means we have 18 athletes for men's 58kg. 

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I was looking into taekwondo rankings. This appears to be the ranking (end of June) they will use for seeding:
https://worldtkd.simplycompete.com/playerRankingV2?limit=25&pageNo=1&month=6&year=2024&rankingCategoryId=11ea9376-9371-e3ef-aefb-0af9674366aa&subCategory1=11ea9376-4530-2b19-aefb-0af9674366aa&rankingTypeId=11ea9376-1b54-af01-aefb-0af9674366aa

I understand that the French athletes when present will be ranked at least 4th (but can be ranked higher if they have a higher ranking than 4th). 

Anyone willing to take a look and see if the seeding I derived for the 58kg makes sense?


1 Jendoubi :TUN

2 Dell’Aquila :ITA

3 Vicente :ESP

4 Ravet (host seed) :FRA

5 Park :KOR

6 Salim :HUN

7 Wooley :IRL

8 Lewis :AUS

9 Issaka :NIG

10 Magomedov :AZE

11 Guzman :ARG

12 Granado :VEN

13 Ismail :PLE

14 Gurtsiev :AIN

15 Ababarikov :KAZ

16 Diop :SEN

17 Korneev :SRB

18 Tiran 

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I had Just checked for Taekwondo seeding with only -M58 80, W57 and 67+ where Korean is in.

 

I cannot confirm but..

 

for M58, this looks right.

5 hours ago, thevorminatheria said:

I was looking into taekwondo rankings. This appears to be the ranking (end of June) they will use for seeding:
https://worldtkd.simplycompete.com/playerRankingV2?limit=25&pageNo=1&month=6&year=2024&rankingCategoryId=11ea9376-9371-e3ef-aefb-0af9674366aa&subCategory1=11ea9376-4530-2b19-aefb-0af9674366aa&rankingTypeId=11ea9376-1b54-af01-aefb-0af9674366aa

I understand that the French athletes when present will be ranked at least 4th (but can be ranked higher if they have a higher ranking than 4th). 

Anyone willing to take a look and see if the seeding I derived for the 58kg makes sense?


1 Jendoubi :TUN

2 Dell’Aquila :ITA

3 Vicente :ESP

4 Ravet (host seed) :FRA

5 Park :KOR

6 Salim :HUN

7 Wooley :IRL

8 Lewis :AUS

9 Issaka :NIG

10 Magomedov :AZE

11 Guzman :ARG

12 Granado :VEN

13 Ismail :PLE

14 Gurtsiev :AIN

15 Ababarikov :KAZ

16 Diop :SEN

17 Korneev :SRB

18 Tiran 

 

 

 

M80

1. Allesio :ITA

2. Nickolas :USA

3. Eissa :EGY

4. Seo :KOR

5. Al-Sharabaty :JOR

6. Katoussi :TUN

7. Takov :SRB

8. Barkhordari :IRI

9. Jaysunov :UZB

10. Sawadogo :BUR

11. Sejranovic :AUS

12. Marquez :BRA

13. Churchill :CHI

14. Hrnic :DEN

15. Mansouri :EOR

16. Toleugali :KAZ

17. Coulibaly :MLI

 

 

W57

 

1. Luo :CHN

2. Kiyanichandeh :IRI

3. Jones :GBR

4. Park :CAN

5. Ilgun :TUR

6. Lo :TPE

7. Dillon :USA

8. Pacheco :BRA

9. Hymer :AUS

10. Toumi :TUN

11. Aoun :LBN

12. Kim :KOR

13. Hronova :CZE

14. Reljkij :MKD

15. Alizadeh :BUL

16. Atora :GAB

 

 

 

 

W67+

1. Kus :TUR

2. Lee :KOR

3. McGowan :GBR

4. Laurin :FRA

5. Brandl :GER

6. Osipova :UZB

7. Zhou :CHN

8. AbouFaras :MAR

9. Al-Rub :JOR

10. Jahl :AUT

11. Bathily :CIV

12. Acosta :CUB

13. Abdulsalmova :TJK

 

I cannot clearly distinguish between seed 14~16 as some players are from -67 ranking

 

A. Stolbova (-67kg 12th) :CZE

B. Traill (67+ 152th) :FIJ

C. Aguirre (-67kg 75th, Kyorugi ranking-73kg 165th) :CHI

 

 

 

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47 minutes ago, erw said:

I had Just checked for Taekwondo seeding with only -M58 80, W57 and 67+ where Korean is in.

 

I cannot confirm but..

 

for M58, this looks right.

 

 

 

M80

1. Allesio :ITA

2. Nickolas :USA

3. Eissa :EGY

4. Seo :KOR

5. Al-Sharabaty :JOR

6. Katoussi :TUN

7. Takov :SRB

8. Barkhordari :IRI

9. Jaysunov :UZB

10. Sawadogo :BUR

11. Sejranovic :AUS

12. Marquez :BRA

13. Churchill :CHI

14. Hrnic :DEN

15. Mansouri :EOR

16. Toleugali :KAZ

17. Coulibaly :MLI

 

 

W57

 

1. Luo :CHN

2. Kiyanichandeh :IRI

3. Jones :GBR

4. Park :CAN

5. Ilgun :TUR

6. Lo :TPE

7. Dillon :USA

8. Pacheco :BRA

9. Hymer :AUS

10. Toumi :TUN

11. Aoun :LBN

12. Kim :KOR

13. Hronova :CZE

14. Reljkij :MKD

15. Alizadeh :BUL

16. Atora :GAB

 

 

 

 

W67+

1. Kus :TUR

2. Lee :KOR

3. McGowan :GBR

4. Laurin :FRA

5. Brandl :GER

6. Osipova :UZB

7. Zhou :CHN

8. AbouFaras :MAR

9. Al-Rub :JOR

10. Jahl :AUT

11. Bathily :CIV

12. Acosta :CUB

13. Abdulsalmova :TJK

 

I cannot clearly distinguish between seed 14~16 as some players are from -67 ranking

 

A. Stolbova (-67kg 12th) :CZE

B. Traill (67+ 152th) :FIJ

C. Aguirre (-67kg 75th, Kyorugi ranking-73kg 165th) :CHI

 

 

 

Laurin will be top seeded

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