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Latest update : 2008-08-22

South Korea's double world champion Hwang Kyung-Seon beat Canada's Karine Sergerie to win the Olympic taekwondo women's -67kg gold medal. Croatian Sandra Saric and French Gwladys Epangue won the two bronze medals.

 

South Korea's double world champion Hwang Kyung-Seon beat Canada's Karine Sergerie to win the Olympic taekwondo women's -67kg gold medal.

Olympic taekwondo women's -67kg bronze medal match results in Beijing on Friday:
Sandra Saric (Croatia) beat Asuncion Ocasio Rodriguez (Puerto Rico) 5-1 Gwladys Patience Epangue (France) beat Tina Morgan (Australia) 4-1


Olympic taekwondo men's -80kg repechage round results in Beijing on Friday:
Zhu Guo (China) beat Deepak Bista (Nepal) 6-2
Steven Lopez (U.S.) beat Sebastien Konan N'guessan (Ivory Coast) 3-0

Date created : 2008-08-22

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