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▲ Steven Lopez of the United States (left) delivers a kick to Sebastien Michaud of Canada in a men’s -80kg semifinal match on the third and final day of the WTF Pan American Qualification Tournament for the 2012 London Olympic Games in Queretaro, Mexico on Nov. 20, 2011. Lopez has become the first taekwondo athlete to participate in the Olympic Games for the fourth consecutive time.
 
 
After three days of action-packed, fair competitions, the WTF Pan American Qualification Tournament for the 2012 London Olympic Games wrapped up in a resounding success in Queretaro, Mexico on Nov. 20, 2011.
 
Through the Pan American Qualification Tournament, which took place at the Queretaro Centro de Congresos, a total of 13 countries earned at least one ticket to the taekwondo competition of the London Olympic Games.
 
Host Mexico and the United States each took four berths for the 2012 Olympic Games, while Canada and Cuba won three places each. Argentina earned two tickets, while Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Grenada, Guatemala, Jamaica and Peru won grabbed one berth each.
 
Reflecting the universality of the Olympic sport of taekwondo, a total of 14 countries in the Pan American region won at least one ticket to the London Olympic Games as the Dominican Republic already took one berth through the WTF World Qualification Tournament, which ended in Baku, Azerbaijan on July 3, 2011 after four days of competitions.
 
The third and final day competition of the Pan American Tournament featured three weight divisions – the men’s -80kg, the women’s -67kg and the women’s +67kg.
 
Steven Lopez of the United States has become the first taekwondo player participating in the taekwondo competition of the Olympic Games for the fourth consecutive time as he beat No.1 seed Sebastien Michaud of Canada 3-0 in a men’s -80kg semifinal match.
 
Sebastian Crismanich OF Argentina earned his country the second ticket by winning Carlos Vasquez of Venezuela in a men’s -80kg semifinal match 5-3.
 
Sebastien Michaud qualified a place for Canada by defeating Carlos Vasquez, the last hope of Venezuela, 5-1 in the men’s -80kg bronze-medal contest.
 
In the men’s -80kg final match, Sebastian Crismanich won the gold medal with the withdrawal of Steven Lopez of the United States.
 
In the women’s -67kg category, No. 1 seed Karine Sergerie of Canada easily grabbed a ticket by defeating Katherine Alvarado from Costa Rica 9-4 in a semifinal match. Paige McPherson of the United States also won a ticket as she defeated Andrea St. Bernard from Grenada in another women’s -67kg semifinal match 10-6.
 
In the women’s -67kg bronze-medal contest, Andrea St. Bernard made a history when she qualified her country of Grenada for the Olympic Games for the first time in taekwondo. She overcame the challenge of Katherine Alvarado from Costa Rica 11-8 in the match.
 
Karine Sergerie of Canada became the 1st placed winner after beating Paige McPherson of the United States 7-5 in the women’s -67kg final match.
 
In the women’s +67kg category, Mexico’s Maria Espinoza, the No. 1 seeded Beijing Olympic gold-medal winner, earned her country the 4th ticket by winning a sudden-death golden point against Deysy Montes de Oca from the Dominican Republic in a semifinal match. The No. 2 seed Natalia Silva from Brazil also qualified her country a place by narrowly beating Glehnis Hernandez from Cuba in a semifinal match 4-3.
 
Glehnis Hernandez earned a place for Cuba by beating Deysy Montes de Oca from the Dominican Republic in a very exciting women’s +67kg bronze-medal contest.
 
In the women’s +67kg final match, the gold medal went to Natalia Silva from Brazil with the withdrawal of Maria Espinoza from Mexico.
 
The next continental qualification tournament will be held in Bangkok, Thailand on Nov. 26-27, 2011 to determine another 24 tickets for the Asian countries to the 2012 London Olympic Games.
 
 
▲ An awarding ceremony is under way for the men's -80kg division
 


▲ Karine Sergerie (right) of Canada delivers a kick to her -67kg semifinal opponent, Katherine Alvarado of Costa Rica

 

 
▲ An awarding ceremony is under  way for the women’s -67kg division

▲ Glehnis Hernandez (right) of Cuba delivers a kick to Natalia Silva of Brazil in a women’s +67kg semifinal match

 
▲ An awarding ceremony is under way for the women’s +67kg category

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Host Thailand’s Rangsiya Nisaisom (right) and Japan’s Mayu Hamada are exchanging foot attacks during a women’s -57kg semifinal match on the second and final day of the two-day WTF Asian Qualification Tournament for the 2012 London Olympic Games at the John Paul II Sports Center of the Assumption University of Thailand in Bangkok, Thailand on Nov. 27, 2011. Thai won the match 9-8 to advance to the final.
 
 
The WTF Asian Qualification Tournament for the 2012 London Olympic Games concluded in a great success on Nov. 27, 2011 after two days of competition in Bangkok, Thailand.
 
Through the Asian Qualification Tournament, which took place at the John Paul II Sports Center at the Assumption University of Thailand in eastern Bangkok, a total of 13 countries grabbed at least one ticket to the taekwondo competition of the London Olympic Games.
 
Jordan and Uzbekistan each took three berths for the London Olympic Games, while seven countries clinched two tickets. The seven are Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan,
host Thailand, Japan, Vietnam and Kazakhstan. China, Iran, Lebanon and Chinese Taipei each grabbed one ticket.
 
Reflecting the universality of the Olympic sport of taekwondo, a total of 14 countries in the Asian region clinched at least one ticket to the London Olympic Games as Korea already secured four berths through the WTF World Qualification Tournament, which ended in Baku, Azerbaijan on July 3, 2011 after four days of competitions.
 
Through the Asian Qualification Tournament, two Youth Olympic Games taekwondo medal winners earned their respective tickets to the 2012 Olympic Games. They are Jordan’s Dana Touran and Kazakhstan’s Nursultan Mamayev. In the women’s -49kg category, Jordan’s Touran, the silver medalist in the women's -49kg category of the taekwondo competition at the 1st Youth Olympic Games, earned her country a birth. In the men’s -58kg category, Kazakhstan’s Mamayev, the silver medal winner in the men’s -55kg taekwondo division at the 1st Youth Olympic Games, took the second-place honors.
 
A total of 99 athletes from 30 countries in the Asian region competed for 24 places for the taekwondo competition at the 2012 London Olympic Games. The Asian Tournament was originally scheduled for Nov. 4-5 at the Mall Convention Center in downtown Bangkok, but was postponed because of the worst flooding in 50 years in Thailand.
 
The second and final day of the Asian qualification tournament, on Nov. 27, featured four weight divisions of the men’s -58kg, the men’s +80kg and the women’s -57kg and the women’s -67kg.
 
In the men’s +80kg weight category, China’s Xiaobo Liu won the gold medal as he beat his final opponent Tajikistan’s Alisher Gulov 9-6 in the final match. Uzbekistan’s Akmal Irgashev won the bronze-medal contest in the same weight division to qualify his country a ticket to the taekwondo competition of the London Olympic Games.
 
In the women’s -67kg division, Iran’s Sousan Hajipourgoli took the first-place honors as her final-match opponent Vietnam’s Dieu Linh Chu Hoang withdrew in the first round. Kazakhstan’s Gulanafis Altmukhambetova earned her country a berth to the
London Olympic Games.
 
In the women’s -57kg division, host Thailand’s Rangsiya Nisaisom brushed aside a stiff challenge from Lebanon’s Andrea Paoli to win the final match 6-2 to earn her country the second berth to the taekwondo competition of the London Olympic Games after two days of the WTF Asian Qualification Tournament. Thailand already secured a ticket through the World Qualification Tournament.
 
Japan’s Mayu Hamada clinched a berth to the taekwondo competition of the London Olympic Games in the women’s -57kg weight category.
 
In the men's -58kg division, Chinese Taipei's Chen Yang Wei took the first-place honors as he beat Kazakhstan's Nursultan Mamayev 7-5 in the final match. Vietnam’s Chau Le Huynh qualified his country for the taekwondo competition of the London Olympic Games as he beat Malaysia’s Chong Ryan in the men’s -58kg bronze-medal match.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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