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Wednesday, August 1, 2018

List of World Taekwondo Championships Medalist Winners: Champions History.

List of World Taekwondo Championships Medalist Winners (Men, Women), Champions History.






World Taekwondo, Championships, Medalist, medals, Winners, champions, Men's, Women's, list, by year, History.





The World Taekwondo (Rebranded in 2017) is the world governing body to monitor & regulate the Taekwondo championship & other Taekwondo events throughout the world.


The first World Taekwondo Championships was held in 1973 in Seoul, South Korea, primarily it is only for men's competition. Later on, in 1987 the Women's competition was included in the championships.

World Taekwondo championship organized every two years, & there is over 23 Taekwondo championship organized till 2017 for men's & 16 for Women's.

Taekwondo is the Most Popular & National Sport of South Korea, due to this South Korea has won the Record most Taekwondo championships with 21 times in Men's format, while the Women's has won the 15 championships out of 16.

Overall Steven Lopez (USA) is the Most Gold Medalist with Five Medals, while South Korean Choi Yeon-ho has won the four gold medals.





In the World Taekwondo Championships 2017 South Korea dominated with the Highest Gold Medals with 5 & total 10 medals, while the Serbia & Turkey grabbed the 2, 2 Golds.



The Next, Upcoming 24 edition of 2019 world taekwondo championships will be held from 15 May-19 May at Manchester, United Kindom.





Here is the Full Year wise breakdown of Every Champions, Winners List of world taekwondo championships & Past Results, Gold, Bronze, & silver medalist from 1973-2017.




1973World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   May 25–27
 Host Country (Venue):    South Korea Seoul,  Kukkiwon
Men's Winners:    South Korea



1975 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   August 28–31
Host Country (Venue):    South Korea Seoul, Jangchung Arena
Men's Winners:     South Korea



1977 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   September 15–17
Host Country (Venue):    United States, Chicago, International Amphitheatre.
Men's Winners:     South Korea



1979 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   October 26–28
Host Country (Venue):    Stuttgart, West Germany, Glaspalast Sindelfingen
Men's Winners:     South Korea



1982 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   February 24–27
Host Country (Venue):    Ecuador Guayaquil, Coliseo Cerrado
Men's Winners:     South Korea



1983 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   October 20–23
Host Country (Venue):    Denmark Copenhagen, Brøndby Hall
Men's Winners:     South Korea



1985 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   September 4–8
Host Country (Venue):    South Korea Seoul, Jamsil Arena
Men's Winners:     South Korea



1987 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   October 7–11
Host Country (Venue):    Spain Barcelona, Palau dels Esports
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:    South Korea



1989 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   October 9–14
Host Country (Venue):    South Korea Seoul, Jamsil Arena
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:     South Korea



1991 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   October 28 – November 3
Host Country (Venue):    Greece Athens, Peace and Friendship Stadium
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:     South Korea



1993 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   August 19–23
Host Country (Venue):    United States New York City, Madison Square Garden
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:     South Korea



1995 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   November 17–21
Host Country (Venue):    Philippines Manila, Folk Arts Theater
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:     South Korea



1997 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   November 19–23
Host Country (Venue):    Hong Kong, Hong Kong Coliseum
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:     South Korea



1999 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   June 2–6
Host Country (Venue):    Canada Edmonton, Universiade Pavilion
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:     South Korea



2001 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   November 1–7
Host Country (Venue):    South Korea Jeju City, Halla Indoor Gymnasium
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:     South Korea



2003 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   September 24–28
Host Country (Venue):    Germany, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Olympia-Eissport-Zentrum
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:     South Korea



2005 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   April 13–17
Host Country (Venue):    Spain Madrid, Palacio de Deportes
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:     South Korea



2007 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   May 18–22
Host Country (Venue):    China,  Beijing, Changping Gymnasium
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:     South Korea



2009 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   October 14–18
Host Country (Venue):    Denmark, Copenhagen, Ballerup Super Arena
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:     China



2011 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   May 1–6
Host Country (Venue):    South Korea, Gyeongju, Gyeongju Indoor Stadium
Men's Winners:     Iran
Women's Champion:     South Korea



2013 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   July 15–21
Host Country (Venue):    Mexico,  Puebla, Exhibition Center of Puebla
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:     South Korea



2015 World Taekwondo Championships

 Dates:   May 12–18
Host Country (Venue):    Russia, Chelyabinsk, Traktor Ice Arena
Men's Winners:     Iran
Women's Champion:     South Korea



2017 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   June 24–30
Host Country (Venue):    South Korea, Muju, Taekwondowon
Men's Winners:     South Korea
Women's Champion:     South Korea



2019 World Taekwondo Championships

Dates:   May 15-19
Host Country (Venue):     Manchester, United Kingdom
Men's Winners:
Women's Champion:






Top 10 Medalist Winners All-time medals table (Men's, Women's)








     Country  -- Gold  -- Bronze  -- Silver  -- Total

1  --  South Korea  --   167  --   31  --   34  --   232

2  --  Spain  --   22  --   25  --   62  --   109

3  --  Chinese Taipei  --   15  --   27  --   38  --   80

4  --  Turkey  --   14  --   20  --  31  --  65

5  --  Iran  --   14  --   19  --   21  --   54

6   -- United States  --   13  --   21  --   49  --   83

7  --  China  --   10  --   11  --   13  --   34

8  --  Germany  --   6  --   12  --   33  --   51

9  --  France  --   6  --   11  --   15  --   32

10  --  Mexico  --    4  --    27  --    33   --   64

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