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Mexico has Confirmed its 16 Athletes for the World Championships

World medalists Maria del Rosario Espinoza (gold in Beijing 2007), Damian Villa (silver in Copenhagen 2009) and Idulio Islas (silver in Copenhagen 2009), top the list of the selected team to represent Mexico. masTaekwondo + SPANISH

HEADING TO PUEBLA 20130

Mexico has Confirmed its 16 Athletes for the World Championships

World medalists Maria del Rosario Espinoza (gold in Beijing 2007), Damian Villa (silver in Copenhagen 2009) and Idulio Islas (silver in Copenhagen 2009), top the list of the selected team to represent Mexico. masTaekwondo + SPANISH

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Paige McPherson Keeps Working Hard to Reach the Olympics Again

One of McPherson’s goals in taekwondo is to win international events like she just did in Spain, win at the World Championships and continue to climb the ladder to the Olympics again.

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Lenn Hypolite From Trinidad and Tobago Grabbed Gold

Trinidad and Tobago’s Lenn Hypolite, fresh off his silver medal at the US Open in February, grabbed gold in the men’s welterweight division, at the Canada Open taekwondo tournament in Toronto, last week.

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Lenn Hypolite From Trinidad and Tobago Grabbed Gold

Trinidad and Tobago’s Lenn Hypolite, fresh off his silver medal at the US Open in February, grabbed gold in the men’s welterweight division, at the Canada Open taekwondo tournament in Toronto, last week.

PUEBLA 20130

Mexico Welcomes the World

Through a promotional video, the Organizing Committee of the 21st (14th Women´s) World Taekwondo Championship to be held in Puebla, Mexico on July 14-21, 2013, welcomes all National Teams and Delegations who will gather in this significant event . masTaekwondo + SPANISH

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First Ever Havana Open Taekwondo Tournament

Taekwondo was introduced to Cuba in 1986 and since then, the island nation has won four Olympic medals, including Urbia Melendez’s silver at the 2000 Sydney games, Yanelis Labrada’s silver at Athens 2004, and Daynellis Montejo’s bronze at Beijing 2008, all three in the 49 kilo division.

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Mexican Taekwondo Team Leaves South Korea for Tensions in the Region

Sports authorities reported today that the Mexican Taekwondo National Team, led by double Olympic medalist Maria Espinoza, will leave South Korea in the next few hours due to military tensions with North Korea.

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