Artemarcialistas from Juarez will participate in the first National Taekwondo Championship in Querétaro as part of the Chihuahua State delegation
From today to Sunday, more than 30 martial artists from Juarez will participate in the first National Women’s Taekwondo Championship as part of the Chihuahua delegation, which will be held in Querétaro.
G4 events will get 40 ranking points. They will be broken down into students (11-13), infants (5-8 years), youth (14-17), and adults (age 18 and over). “The truth is, this is a new thing, because there has never been an event specifically for women, and because I haven’t participated in it for a long time, something very new has been done to me. Ashlyn Jasso is 14, and came to the gym four year ago to request a review. Since then, she has been coming to the gym every day. In taekwondo.
Mexican Taekwondo Federation organised the competition in honor of women and breast cancer. All athletes, referees and coaches involved in the organization are women.
This will be Darren Cedillo’s debut participation in a national contest for the three-year old and eight-year-old.
11-year-old Alexa García commented: “Well, I feel nervous and happy at the same time, because I am surprised that there will be pure women participating in activities, because they are always more supportive of men than women, and I am also very happy to participate in the competition.” In his Delicia blank gold medal, Querétaro silver medal and Guadalajara bronze medal.
“First, I went into a community center. I was practicing music. I was watching some children practicing taekwondo. I told my mom that I wanted it, and I took him to the gym. Dai Ren stated that he was excited and very happy.
“I feel very excited because this is the first game for women, excited, a little nervous, because I have changed the category, I will be a youth, I already have older girls, maybe from my experience, but I It feels good,” she announced that Anette Camila García, 14 years old, competed in the -49 kg class and has 9 years of experience in the sport.
“Since then I have really enjoyed this sport. It’s now more about discipline. Fighting makes my heart happy.”
“It feels strange because the coexistence among men and women has always remained uniform and interesting. But honestly, there may have been more trust between women because this occasion is more special. So, I am very happy that I can participate and be in contact with my other Colleagues living together,” Diana Andrea Ovalle said. “I feel very good about the women’s championship, very nervous, very excited, very happy,” said Natalia De León, while also admitting that she participated in the sport eight years ago because she was very angry. He was able to control his anger.
The 1st National Women’s Taekwondo Championship
Form: Taekwondo 5, Taekwondo 5, Tai Chi Taekwondo, Tai Chi Taekwondo, Fighting Shi
October 22-24, 2021