Uzbekistan’s taekwondo athletes took part in the 2nd edition of Black Sea Cup 2017 was held in Sochi, Russia on November 24-25. They struggled with other participants from different regions of Russia Federation, Armenia, and Ossetia at the Federal Center of Combat Sports of the South Sport.
Under the coaching of Fakhriddin Umarov and Ahror Asrorov, Mubina Ma’murjonova, Diyora Gafforkhujaeva, Gulandon Omonullaeva, Stanislav Hegay, Nikita Kim, Norakbar Bahromov and Miraziz Omonjonov claimed gold medals in age and weight categories.
Stanislav Hegay earned another gold medal in phumse freestyle as his compatriot Miraziz Omonjonov and Norakbar Bahromov gained silver medals, while Gulandon Omonullaeva was awarded bronze medal
In the tournament will be attended by about 200 athletes aged 10 to 17 years. Competitors compete not only in fights, but also demonstrate their honed technique without an opponent.
Competitions are held in two disciplines. This phumse is a technical complex. Here the task is to demonstrate the various elements: blocks, shocks and movement on the mat. And directly sparring or, in the language of taekwondo, keruga. The main thing in sparring is to inflict as many kicks as possible in the body or head.