Croatian Taekwondo Federation

www.taekwondo.hr

 

 

hr-taekwondo-savezPresident Anto Nobilo
Secretary General Mihaela Štrok

 


Croatian Taekwondo Federation was founded on December 21, 1971 in Zagreb.
Member of the European Taekwondo Union (ETU) since May 21, 1992 and the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) since August 17, 1993.

 

 

 

Head office
Trg Krešimira Ćosića 11
HR - 10000 Zagreb

Tel. +385 1 3012348
Faks +385 1 3091073
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Zagreb, May 8, 2021 - Taekwondoka Ivan Šapina created a sensation at the European Olympic qualification tournament in the Bulgarian capital Sofia. The member of Split’s club TK Marjan reached the finals of the category +80kg, which was enough to become our 42nd evident Olympic candidate for Tokyo, the fourth taekwondo representative besides Kristina Tomić -49kg, Matea Jelić -67kg and Toni Kanaet -80kg) and third representative from the abovementioned trophy-winning Split club at this summer’s Olympics.

Zagreb, December 7, 2019 - At the last World Taekwondo Grand Prix in 2019 in Moscow, the member of the Croatian national team Matea Jelić won a silver medal in the category -67 kg, which also that she reached the Olympic standard for Tokyo 2020. After three consecutive victories (Kazakhstan's Tursunkulova 10-8, Britain's Williams 34-32 and France's Wiet Henin 8-7), a 21-year-old Knin native and member of Split's TK Marjan, was narrowly defeated (7-8) in the final duel by Ruth Gbagbi of Ivory Coast.

Zagreb November 3, 2019 - On the last day of the special edition of European Championships in Taekwondo in the Italian city of Bari, Croatia reached the third medal, won by our best taekwondoka Matea Jelić, member of Split club Marjan, in the category -67 kg. In the first round Jelić was free and in the second she defeated Russian Karina Zhdanova with 14-8. In quarterfinals as well as in the fight for bronze, Jelić was better than Serbian Nadica Božanić, World Junio Champion and Olympic Vice Champion at the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires, with a convincing 18-5.