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Colorado-trained athlete earns US its first gold in women’s taekwondo – Denver, Colorado

Denver, Colorado 2021-07-25 14:45:31 –

Tokyo (AP) — Anastasija Zolotic defeated Russian athlete Tatiana Kudashin 25-17 to win a featherweight title and the first US gold medal in female taekwondo.

Eighteen-year-old Zorotic releases primal scream when he wears a helmet before each round. Originally from Largo, Florida, she has told her friends and family from an early age that she will be the Olympic champion. She was able to do that with just one trip to the Olympics.

Zoro and Minina scored high in the first and tactical second rounds, but in the third round they took a one-point lead in the final round and then a two-point body kick from Russia. You have separated your opponent.

Colorado Springs Zorotic Train. Meet other Colorado athletes Participated in the Tokyo Olympics.

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