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Croatia, Champion of the European Senior Taekwondo Championships 2014

Croatia, with the astonishing performance of twins Lucija and Ana Zaninovic , became Champion of the European Senior Taekwondo Championships, obtaining six medals (3 Golds, 2 Silvers, and 1 Bronze).

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Last Saturday, May 2, Lucija Zaninovic got her third European title and we mentioned that while her sister Ana was World Champion, she had never won the European title (See: Lucija Zaninovic became European Champion for the third time). That seems to have been left in the past, since last Sunday, Ana (under 53 kg) won the Gold Medal in Baku and along with her twin Lucija (under 49 kg ) and Iva Rados (under 73 kg ) led their country to become Champion in the overall medal standings.

Additional to the three Gold medals obtained by these three outstanding female athletes, we must add the Silvers got by Marina Sumic (under 62 kg) and Vedran Golec (+87 kg) and the Bronze by Mateja Kunovic (under 46 kg). This shows that Croatia is in the top, thanks to its female team, as out of these six medals, five were won by the girls.

In second place of the overall medal standings is Russia,  with 2 gold , 3 silver and 2 bronze , followed by France with 1 gold , 4 silver and 4 bronze; Great Britain, with 1 gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze.  The locals, Azerbaijan with 1 gold and 4 bronze.

Forty-six countries participate in the  European Senior Taekwondo Championships  in  Baku 2014: Croatia, Russia, France , Britain, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Spain, Moldova, Portugal, Belarus, Belgium, Isle of Man, Switzerland, Germany, Serbia, Greece, Slovenia, Ukraine, Cyprus, Finland, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Sweden, Albania, Andorra, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Georgia, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Monaco, Montenegro , Netherlands, Norway, Romania, San Marino , Scotland and Slovakia.

 

The standings for the Female Division is the following:

 

Female (36 countries)

1) CRO – Croacia 25 points (3 1 1)

2) FRA –  15 points (1 2 2)

3) RUS –  14 points (1 2 1)

4) GBR –  11 points (1 1 1)

5) ESP –  8 points (1 0 1)

6) SUI –  7 points (1 0 0)

7) SBR –  4 points (0 1 1)

8) UKR –  3 points (0 1 0)

9) AZE –  2 points (0 0 2)

9) TUR –  2 points (0 0 2)

11) FIN –  1 points (0 0 1)

11) GER –  1 points (0 0 1)

11) HUN –  1 points (0 0 1)

11) POL –  1 points (0 0 1)

11) SWE –  1 points (0 0 1)

 

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Male (44 countries)

1) RUS –  11 points (1 1 1)

2) AZE –  9 points (1 0 2)

2) TUR –  9 points (1 0 2)

4) MDA –  8 points (1 0 1)

4) POR –   8 points (1 0 1)

6) FRA –  8 points (0 2 2)

7) BLR –  7 points (1 0 0)

7) BEL –  7 points (1 0 0)

7) IMN –  7 points (1 0 0)

10) GBR –  6 points (0 1 3)

11) GER –  4 points (0 1 1)

12) CRO –  3 points (0 1 0)

12) GRE –  3 points (0 1 0)

12) SLO –  3 points (0 1 0)

15) CYP –  1 points (0 0 1)

15) ITA –  1 points (0 0 1)

15) ESP –  1 points (0 0 1)

 

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Medal Final Standings

 

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Claudio Aranda, Exclusive masTaekwondo.com

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