Juan Antonio Ramos

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Juan Antonio Ramos
Medal record
Competitor for  Spain
Men’s taekwondo
World Championships
Gold 1997 Hong Kong Finweight
Gold 2007 Beijing Flyweight
Bronze 2001 Jeju Finweight

Juan Antonio Ramos Sánchez (born August 18, 1976 in Barcelona) is a Spanish taekwondo practitioner.

He is a two-time world champion, winning the finweight title in 1997 and the flyweight title in 2007. He also competed for Spain at the 2004 and 2008 Olympic Games, finishing fourth and equal fifth respectively.[1] He is married to Brigitte Yagüe, also successful in taekwondo. He was a coach at the 2012 Olympic Games for Anthony Obame of Gabon, where Obame won Silver medal in men's heavyweight.

Now Ramos is the French national team coach.

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