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World Taekwondo: The Grand Slam Series Championship - WT lived its second day in WUXI, CHINA. Featured

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World Taekwondo: The Grand Slam Series Championship - WT lived its second day in WUXI, CHINA. Picture by World Taekwondno - WT

The competitors of the categories: -49kg female, -57kg female, -58kg male and -68kg male offered an excellent show.

Feminine -49kg

The women's category -49kg saw the number one and the 2017 Grand Slam champion So-hui Kim of Korea progress by defeating China's favorite Qing Guo in a tense round of gold points. Kim will now face compatriot Min-Ah Ha in the quarterfinals after the latter overtook Iryna Romoldanova of Ukraine. Jae-young Sim of Korea will face China's Xueqin Tan after each athlete convincingly outscored his opponents 2-0 and 2-1 respectively. Korea's third seed Bora Kang also booked her place in the quarterfinals by defeating Jordyn Smith of Great Britain 2-0. Kang will now face Napaporn Charanawat of Thailand, who beat Zeliha Agris of Turkey 2-1. The final quarterfinal of the weight category will be played between Yuntao Wenren of China and Manchester and the Taoyuan Grand Prix Champion, Panipak Wongpattanakit of Thailand, after each fighter defeated his opponents 2-0.

Feminine -57kg

Irem Yaman, the number one seed of 57 kilos of women from Turkey, received a goodbye in the preliminary round and will now face Marija Stetic, who defeated her compatriot Bruna Vuletic Croatian 2-0. To the delight of the local crowd, Zongshi Luo of China also booked his place in the neighborhoods by defeating Phannapa Harnsujin of Thailand in a captivating round of gold dots. Luo will now face Rome and Manchester Grand Prix champion Jade Jones of Great Britain in the quarterfinals. Lijun Zhou of China and Hatice Kubra Ilgun of Turkey will also meet in the quarters, as each of them beat their opponents 2-0. The last quarter-final will be fought between second seed Ah-Reum Lee of Korea, who received a goodbye, and Nikita Glasnovic of Croatia, who defeated Chia-ling Lo of Korea 2-0.

Male -58kg

In the men's -58kg quarterfinals, No. 1 seed Tae-hun Kim of Korea will face Tawin Hanprab of Thailand after Hanprab defeated Vito Dell'Aquila of Italy and Kim received a goodbye. A tense Chinese preliminary round between Yushuai Liang and Xiongbin Ouyang finally saw Liang progress. Liang will now face Rome Grand Prix champion Mikhail Artamonov of Russia after convincingly defeating Seongshin Kim of Korea 2-0. Armin Hadipour Seighalani of Iran received a goodbye and will now face Ramnarong Sawekwiharee of Thailand, who beat Ruidong Wu of China 2-0. Xiaoyi Chen of China defeated Jesus Tortosa Cabrera of Spain 2-0 and set a quarter-final with number two, favorite Jun Jang of Korea, who was given a goodbye.

Male -68kg

The final weight category of the day saw the athletes compete in the male -68kg. The number one and four times Grand Prix winner in 2018, Dae-hoon Lee of Korea was fired in the first round, but will face the impressive Vladimir Dalakliev of Bulgaria in the quarterfinals. Dalakliev convincingly beat Viacheslav Minin of Russia in round 16 with a score of 2-0. Britain's Bradly Sinden had to win a tense golden spot against Jinyu Wang of China to reserve her place in the quarterfinals. Sinden will now face Turkey's Hakan Recber, who impressively defeated Xiang Sun of China. The number three favorite, Yu-Jen Huang, of Chinese Taipei, received a goodbye in the round of 16 and will face Javier Perez Polo, of Spain, who threw the winning blow in an exciting round of golden points against Guodong Song of China . The final quarterfinals will be fought between No. 2 seed Shuai Zhao of China and Dong-yun Shin of Korea after Zhao farewell and Shin convincingly beat Christian McNeish of Great Britain 2-0. in the round of 16.

Tomorrow a stellar lineup awaits us, while the athletes prepare to compete in the quarterfinals of the male weight categories -58kg, female + 67kg, male -80kg and female -57kg.

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