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Taekwondo Australia - World Championships Results

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World Championships Results

Report from Team Manager Anita Tippet - Head Coach Karim Dighou led the team into a hard battle against the best in the world, together with experienced coaches Ali Khalil and Frank De Pasquale.

Day 1
Safwan Khalil (Global) was our first competitor on Day 1 in the -58kg division against Indonesia and defeated him 9-1. Next up Rd 32 against WT refugee from Germany winning 14-3, R16 facing Moldova and unfortunately Safwan losing this bout 5-12.

Day 2
Competitors Bailey Lewis -54kg (City West), Reba Stewart 73+kg (Halls) and Tom Afonczenko -68kg (Notorious).

Bailey Lewis up first against Bahrain winning R2 by point gap 23-3, R32 Defeated Puerto Rico 25-5 by point gap, R16 defeated Ranked no1 Senegal 17-13, R8 facing Brazil unfortunately Bailey couldn’t get the points losing 7-16.

Reba Stewart R32 first match against Ivory Coast winning 13-5, next R16 against China Ranked No 2 and 2016 Olympic Champion young 17 year old Reba fought hard but was defeated 2-7. China defeated by GB in the final match.

Tom Afonczenko R64 defeated Italy 33-3 on point gap, next up against Israel Tom fighting hard but unfortunately losing R32 13-17.

Day 3
Tamzin Christoffel
 -49kg (One), Stacey Hymer -57kg (Notorious) and Jack Marton -74kg (MTC)

Tamzin Christoffel 17 years old facing Korea up first Rd 64 and ending Tamzin’s day here with a Point gap by the Korean in the 2nd Round 5-25.

Stacey Hymer opening match against Ecuador was a tough match with Stacey coming back in the 3rd round to take the win 30-13, R32 Japan Stacey winning 7-3, R16 against China Stacey fought hard but unfortunately had to pull out at the end of the first round due to knee injury 2-9.

Jack Marton R64 New Zealand first opponent gapping him 30-4, next up versing Germany down in the 1st & 2nd rounds then turning it for the win in the 3rd. Then in round 32, USA up next Jack proving too strong for the American winning R16 13-9. Round 8 Jack versing strong opponent from Kazakhstan, unfortunately he was outplayed by the No 1 opponent being defeated 9-13 and crushing Jacks medal hopes.

Day 4 

Damon Cavey -63kg (Whiteways) and Carmen Marton -53kg (MTC) with an amazing taekwondo career this being her 10th World Championships, in 2013 winning the World Championships being Australia’s first Athlete to do so.

Carmen Marton versing Indonesia in R64, Carmen dominated the match taking the win 18-10, next R32 against Thailand Carmen unfortunately was defeated 3-16 as the Thailand opponent proved to be too strong, Phannapa Harsujin fought on to win the Gold and become 2019 World Champion.

Damon Cavey R64 against Kuwait, Damon didn’t start the match well down 8-9 end of the 2nd round then taking the win 19-11. Next up R32 against Chile again down in the first 2 rounds, tying the 3rd 19-19 to go to the Golden Point round, unfortunately for Damon and Australia Chile won the 4th round to take the win and ending Australia’s chances for Day 4.

Day 5

Tayla Nolte -62kg (City West) and Arash Mozhdeh -87kg

Tayla Nolte R64 against Italy unfortunately the Italian outplayed Tayla to win the match 15-24.

Arash Mozhdeh R32 versing Jordanian athlete a tough battle but unfortunately Australian medal dreams finish here with the loss to Jordan 6-13.

Team physio Yaheli Bet-or thank you so much for all the work you put into maintaining our athletes, in the lead up to competition and on the day.

Australian referee Ali Rahimi top effort on court, you represented Australia well.

As Team Manager I was extremely proud to be a part of this team dynamic, seeing the professionalism of the athletes watching their them strive for their goals. Unfortunately we did not medal at this event.
Bailey Lewis and Jack Marton reaching top 8 in the World, they were so determined, they both have so much experience but seeing them just miss out on a medal was hard for them and the team.

Along with top 16 athletes Safwan Khalil, Reba Stewart, Stacey Hymer.  Thank you to all the staff for a such great team work, we are extremely proud of our athletes the sacrifices they have made to maintain the high level of training to excel in this sport. Of course thank you to the AIS for all the support you have given these Australian Taekwondo athletes and staff.


Bailey Lewis -54 Top 8 City West TKD
Jack Marton -74 Top 8 MTC
Safwan Khalil -58 Top 16 GMA
Stacey Hymer -57 Top 16 Notorious MA
Reba Stewart 73+ Top 16 Halls TKD
Tamzin Christoffel -49 Round 64 One TKD
Carmen Marton -53 Round 32 MTC
Tayla Nolte -62 Round 64 City West TKD
Damon Cavey -63 Round 32 Whiteways TKD
Thomas Afonczenko -68 Round 32 Notorious MA
Arash Mozhdeh -87 Round 32 Mozhdeh TKD
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