Sara Khoshjamal Fekri

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Sara Khoshjamal Fekri
2008 Summer Olympics Taekwondo - Sara Khoshjamal v. Ghizlane Toudali 2.jpg
2008 Summer Olympics Taekwondo - Sara Khoshjamal Fekri (IRN, blue) v. Ghizlane Toudali. (TUN, red)
Personal information
Full name Sara Khoshjamal-Fekri
Nationality  Iran
Born (1988-09-21) September 21, 1988 (age 25)
Roudbar, Iran
Education Physical Education
Alma mater Islamic Azad University Central Tehran Branch
Sport
Country  Iran
Sport Taekwondo
Event(s) 46 kg

Sara Khoshjamal Fekri (Persian: سارا خوش‌جمال فکری‎, born 21 September 1988 in Rudbar) is an Iranian taekwondoka and the first Iranian female taekwondo Olympic qualifier.[1] She competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics, defeating Ghizlane Toudali of Morocco in the round of sixteen before losing to Yang Shu-Chun of Chinese Taipei in the quarter-finals.

Honors[edit]

  • Bronze medal, Asian Taekwondo Qualification Tournament (2007)
  • Gold medal, International Taekwondo Tournament (South Korea, 2008)
  • Gold Medal, International Taekwondo Tournament (Manchester England, 2010)
  • Silver Medal, Islamic countries
  • Silver Medal, China Open Games
  • Silver Medal, Korean Open Game
  • Boronz Medal, Asian Taekwondo Tournament (Lebanon)
  • Silver Medal, International Taekwondo Tournament (Netherlands)
  • Gold Medal, International Taekwondo Tournament (Fajr, Iran )

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