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Olympic Taekwondo Players

Cristiana Corsi (23 April 1976 in Rome – 22 February 2016) was an Italian taekwondo practitioner, who competed in the women's featherweight category. Considered one of Italy's top taekwondo players of her decade, Corsi obtained a total of nine medals in her sporting career, including a gold at the 2002 European Championships in Samsun, Turkey, and a silver in the 59-kg division at the 2003 Summer Universiade in Daegu, South Korea

Misconceptions of TaeKwonDo – When you think of TaeKwonDo, what do you think of first? Do you have images of lots of high flying kicks? Or perhaps watching two TaeKwonDo players spar in an Olympic match on television where there seems to be mainly kicking and no others strikes or other obvious techniques being played out? To the uneducated eyes of the general public TaeKwonDo could be viewed as nothing more than a martial sport, or a martiala rts that is good for demonstrations and...

Grandmaster Jimmy R. Jagtiani, Secretary General: TFI In forty five years of my experience in the Art of Taekwondo, since I started Taekwondo in 1965, and as Founder of Taekwondo in India in 1975 and after qualifying as an International Master Instructor in 1982 and International Referee in 1983, it has been my desire to produce Taekwondo players in Olympic level.

Grandmaster Jimmy R. Jagtiani, Secretary General: TFI In forty five years of my experience in the Art of Taekwondo, since I started Taekwondo in 1965, and as Founder of Taekwondo in India in 1975 and after qualifying as an International Master Instructor in 1982 and International Referee in 1983, it has been my desire to produce Taekwondo players in Olympic level.

Grandmaster Jimmy R. Jagtiani, Secretary General: TFI. First Indian Grandmaster Inductee in Taekwondo Hall of Fame, USA. In forty five years of my experience in the Art of Taekwondo, since I started Taekwondo in 1965, and as Founder of Taekwondo in India in 1975 and after qualifying as an International Master Instructor in 1982 and International Referee in 1983, it has been my desire to produce Taekwondo players in Olympic level. http://www.taekwondofederationofindia.com/index.html

Congratulations to SportsAid taekwondo player Cameron Booth from Arnold who has been crowned British Junior Champion (-51kg) . The sixteen year old is aiming for Olympic selection in a few years and has been training really hard to achieve this title!

Grandmaster Jimmy R. Jagtiani, Father of Taekwondo in India Grandmaster Jimmy R. Jagtiani, Secretary General: TFI. First Indian Grandmaster Inductee in Taekwondo Hall of Fame, USA. In forty five years of my experience in the Art of Taekwondo, since I started Taekwondo in 1965, and as Founder of Taekwondo in India in 1975 and after qualifying as an International Master Instructor in 1982 and International Referee in 1983, it has been my desire to produce Taekwondo players in Olympic…

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Grandmaster Jimmy R. Jagtiani, Secretary General: TFI. First Indian Grandmaster Inductee in Taekwondo Hall of Fame, USA. In forty five years of my experience in the Art of Taekwondo, since I started Taekwondo in 1965, and as Founder of Taekwondo in India in 1975 and after qualifying as an International Master Instructor in 1982 and International Referee in 1983, it has been my desire to produce Taekwondo players in Olympic level. http://www.taekwondofederationofindia.com/index.html

Hello to all my friends. We are here to discuss about Indian Taekwondo. This is a Martial Arts Which is developed in Korea and after that it spread to each corner of the world. We feel proud to say that the Taekwondo is an Olympic game. India has also very fine Taekwondo fighters. Very soon we are going to know about them.... So keep watching this blog......