The 32nd International Fajr Taekwondo Championship, commemorating 43rd anniversary of the Islamic Revolution of Iran, ended here on Wednesday and the Iranian athletes won the games’ championship cup.
The two-day competitions which began yesterday (on Tuesday) in the presence of 189 taekwondo athletes from Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, India, Iraq, Iran, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Oman, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Emirates, and the Olympics Committee Refugees were held at the Taekwondo Hall of Martyr Shirudi Sports Complex of Tehran, and ended today (on Wednesday) with the championship of national host team, Iran.
The Iranian national team gained seven gold, one silver and 935 points to win the first place, Uzbekistan with one gold, one silver and 193 points ranked 2nd, Azerbaijan with two silver ranked 3rd and India with one bronze medal and 37 points ranked fourth.
The other teams gained no points in these competitions.
The bests in these competitions, included:
The best head coach: Fariborz Asgari, the head coach of the national Iranian taekwondo team
The most technical taekwondo athlete: Aryan Salimi, from Iran
The best care taker of national teams: Niameddin Pasahyev, from Azerbaijan Republic
The best referees: Muhammad Qader, from Egypt; Ahmad Khodaie and Ali Rahimi, from Iran
Cup of Ethics: The Olympics Committee Refugees Team