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Win (S), 10/02/2020 The military athletes were also present on the podium of a Grand Slam tournament for Taekwondo in 2020, which took place on Saturday (8th) Sunday (9th) in middle school Tancredo de Almeida Neves, Vitoria, Espirito Santo.In the female, in the military, have won no fewer than nine medals, including six gold, two silver and one bronze.

In the Navy, and the non-commissioned officers West Park (-53 Kg), Rafaela Araujo (-57 Kg), Sarah Titoneli (-67 Kg), and Raiany © (-73 Kg) took the highest step of the podium. The Sergeant, Barbara, Day (-62 Kg), and Grumet, Sandy in the Center, (-57 Kg) won the silver medal and the command Sergeant Valerie Rodrigues (-46 Kg) took the bronze medal.The other two golds went to the non-commissioned officers, Gabriele Ribeiro de Siqueira ( 73 Kg), While Gomes’s (-62 Kg), the Army and Air Force, respectively.

“The girls really put on a show! Virtually all of the methods have shown their value and their power,” said the coach of the team, the military of the term ” the Lieutenant Was.In the category of male, the military has also made a significant impact. The non-commissioned officers of the Navy, Philip He (-63 kg), and Nickollas Souza Ribeiro (-74 Kg), and one in the Air Force, John, Peter Keys (-80 Kg) won the silver medal. The non-commissioned officers of the Navy, Davilani of the Wedge Pad (-68 kg) and Leandro Souza (-87 Kg) were in the third and took the bronze medal.

The Grand Masters of Taekwondo for 2020 brought together the best athletes in Brazil, at the opening of the season. The competition acts as a Selective, National Confederation of Brazilian Taekwondo training and to set the Selection Brasileira.Com the information and photographs in the Department of Sports and Military (DDM)Assessoria de Comunicação Social (Ascom), Ministry of Defence, (61) 3312-4071

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