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Philippines Clinches 2 Gold Medals on 3rd Day of World Poomsae Championships in Bali
The Philippines clinches 2 gold medals on 3rd day of World Poomsae Championships in Bali.

The Philippines clinched two gold medals on the third day of the 8th WTF World Taekwondo Poomsae Championships in Bali, Indonesia on 2 November, 2013.

Korea and Chinese Taipei grabbed one gold and one silver each on the day, followed by Germany and the United States with one gold medal.

A total of 14 countries took home at least one medal on the third day of the four-day championships, which are under way at the Bali International Convention Center at the Westin Nusa Dua Hotel Resort.

China came next with two silver medals, followed by host Indonesia with one silver and two bronzes. Egypt took home one silver, while Vietnam took three bronze medals.

Iran and Mexico won two bronzes each, while Japan, Turkey and Thailand took home one bronze each.

On the second day of competition on 1 November, Korea took two gold medals, while Spain won one gold and one bronze. Canada and Thailand won one gold medal each. Iran won two silvers and one bronze. Vietnam grabbed one silver and one bronze, while the United States and the Philippines clinched one silver each.

Seven countries took home one bronze medal on the second day of competition. They are Chinese Taipei, Germany, Indonesia, Turkey, the Netherlands, Ukraine and Mexico.




 

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