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16-year-old Mexican wins gold at Para-taekwondo Championship
Juan Diego García became the world’s number one Para-taekwondo athlete and is now ready to participate at the 2019 Lima Para-Panamericans - Photo: Taken from FEMEXTKD's official Twitter page

16-year-old Mexican wins gold at Para-taekwondo Championship

07/02/2019
16:23
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Mexico City
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The boy from Sinaloa won in the K44 category after defeating Russian Magomedzagir Isaldibirov 8-4

At only 16 years old, Juan Diego García López has become the first Mexican to win gold at the World Para-taekwondo Championship in Turkey.

The boy from Sinaloa won in the K44 category after defeating Russian Magomedzagir Isaldibirov 8-4.

This is not the first time that Juan Diego has won a medal. During the 2018 Para-Pan American Championship in Washington, he also won gold.

With these results, Juan Diego García became the world’s number one Para-taekwondo athlete and is now ready to participate at the 2019 Lima Para-Panamericans and the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games.
 

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