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Taekwondo’s speedkicking meet slated

Taekwondo’s speedkicking meet slated

By Kristel Satumbaga       The Philippine Taekwondo Association (PTA) is hosting an online speedkicking tournament on July 11 to 12 for local jins seeking “more action” beyond training during quarantine. PTA grassroots director Stephen Fernandez said the idea came after poomsae tournaments were staged, including the Online Daeu Open European Poomsae Championships last […]

Jeson Patrombon overpowers rival to complete Fr. Suarez 3-peat

JESON Patrombon blasted Joshua Kinaadman with his power game on the way to a 6-2, 6-4 victory and a third straight in the PPS-PEPP Fr. F. Suarez Open at the Villa Aurora Tennis Club in Cebu City over the weekend. The multi-tilted Iligan City ace won four straight games to shatter a 1-all count in the […]

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6 Pinoy jins triumph in Asian Open Championships

The Philippine taekwondo team made another successful international campaign by bagging 13 medals in the recent Asian Open championships in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The well-trained Filipinos collected six golds, three each in kyorugi (free sparring) and poomsae (forms), one silver, and six bronzes in their matches against tough performers from 21 countries like […]

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Twenty-nine Filipino taekwondo athletes vie for international honors when they compete in the 2019 Asian Open Championships on August 12-18 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Carrying the colors of SMART/MVP Sports Foundation, 17 of the Filipinos will vie in kyorugi (free sparring) while 12 will compete in poomsae (forms). Handling the team are Carlos […]

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PH jins bag 14 medals

Carrying the colors of PLDT Home Ultera/MVP Sports Foundation, the Filipinos bagged two golds, one silver and six bronze medals in poomsae, while the Meralco/MVPSF fighters took home one silver and four bronzes in the kyorugi event.

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PH taekwondo jins bag 3 golds in Korea Open

The Filipino poomsae medalists are Darius Venerable (gold in freestyle male individual event), Rodolfo Reyes Jr., Raphael Enrico Mella and Patrick King Perez (gold in authorized male team), Rinna Babanto, Jocel Lyn Ninobla and Aidaine Krishia Laxa, gold in authorized female team), Janna Dominique Oliva (bronze in freestyle female individual) and Jeordan Dominguez, Darius Venerable, Marvin Mori, Juvenile Faye Crisostomo and Janna Dominique Oliva (bronze in freestyle mixed team).

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