1991 World Taekwondo Championships

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1991 World Championships
VenuePeace and Friendship Stadium
LocationGreece Athens, Greece
Dates28 October – 3 November
Champions
Men South Korea
Women South Korea
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The 1991 World Taekwondo Championships were the 10th edition of the World Taekwondo Championships, and were held in Athens[1][2][3][4] from October 28 to November 3, 1991, with 434 athletes participating from 49 countries.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Finweight
(−50 kg)
Gergely Salim
 Denmark
Chang Jung-san
 Chinese Taipei
Sirous Rezaei
 Iran
Kang Cheol-woo
 South Korea
Flyweight
(−54 kg)
Kim Cheol-ho
 South Korea
József Salim
 Denmark
Gabriel Esparza
 Spain
Django Tapilatu
 Netherlands
Bantamweight
(−58 kg)
Ángel Alonso
 Spain
Sayed Najem
 Canada
Seon Sang-joon
 South Korea
Ekrem Boyalı
 Turkey
Featherweight
(−64 kg)
Jang Hyuk
 South Korea
Stephen Tapilatu
 Netherlands
Jorge Gonçalves
 Brazil
Tamer Hussein
 Egypt
Lightweight
(−70 kg)
Yang Dae-seung
 South Korea
Ramelito Abratique
 Philippines
John Collison
 Australia
Hiang Ming-jen
 Chinese Taipei
Welterweight
(−76 kg)
Park Yong-woon
 South Korea
James Villasana
 United States
Hisashi Kondo
 Japan
Hugo García
 Mexico
Middleweight
(−83 kg)
Yoon Soon-cheul
 South Korea
Yehia Alam
 Egypt
Herbert Perez
 United States
Metin Şahin
 Turkey
Heavyweight
(+83 kg)
Tonny Sørensen
 Denmark
Oliver Schawe
 Germany
Miguel Jordán
 Spain
Amr Khairy
 Egypt

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Finweight
(−43 kg)
Elisabet Delgado
 Spain
Gülnur Yerlisu
 Turkey
Wu Shan-chen
 Chinese Taipei
Kim Jin-seong
 South Korea
Flyweight
(−47 kg)
Arzu Tan
 Turkey
Anita van der Pas
 Netherlands
Mariela Valenzuela
 Argentina
Tang Hui-wen
 Chinese Taipei
Bantamweight
(−51 kg)
Park Dong-seon
 South Korea
Döndü Şahin
 Turkey
Kathy Walker
 Great Britain
Rosario Solís
 Spain
Featherweight
(−55 kg)
Tung Ya-ling
 Chinese Taipei
Ayşegül Ergin
 Turkey
Josefina López
 Spain
Azza Adel
 Egypt
Lightweight
(−60 kg)
Jeong Eun-ok
 South Korea
Chen Yi-an
 Chinese Taipei
Minouschka Thielman
 Netherlands
Dolores Knoll
 Mexico
Welterweight
(−65 kg)
Arlene Limas
 United States
Coral Bistuer
 Spain
Cho Hyang-mi
 South Korea
Morfou Drosidou
 Greece
Middleweight
(−70 kg)
Yang In-deok
 South Korea
Chavela Aaron
 United States
Mónica del Real
 Mexico
Theano Ketesidou
 Greece
Heavyweight
(+70 kg)
Lynnette Love
 United States
Yvonne Franssen
 Canada
Anna Widehov
 Sweden
Bettina Hipf
 Germany

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 South Korea80412
2 United States2215
3 Spain2147
4 Denmark2103
5 Turkey1326
6 Chinese Taipei1236
7 Netherlands0224
8 Canada0202
9 Egypt0134
10 Germany0112
11 Philippines0101
12 Mexico0033
13 Greece0022
14 Argentina0011
 Australia0011
 Brazil0011
 Great Britain0011
 Iran0011
 Japan0011
 Sweden0011
Totals (20 nations)16163264

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