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Olympian Taekwondo Seminar 2019


Mohammad Bagheri Motamed was born on January 24, 1986 in Rey – a small city about 20 Kms from the capitol Tehran – in Iran.
He started practicing taekwondo at a very early age and it was soon apparent that he was a gifted athlete and would have a promising career in taekwondo.
As a junior he won the Bronze medal in the Asian Junior Championships in 2002 which paved the way for him to grab a Silver medal the first time he participated in the Asian Senior Championships in 2004.
In 2009 in the World Championship in Copenhagen, Denmark he beat his Turkish rival and grabbed the Gold in an exciting match.
He represented Iran in the 2012 London Olympics and despite having a partially torn ligament in his knee he was able to advance to the final in -68 Kg but lost the final and had to be content with a Silver medal in London Olympics.
Mohammad Bagheri Motamed won his last medal for Iran in the Islamic Solidarity Games in 2013 where he finished the tournament with the Gold medal.


Servet Tazegül (born September 26, 1988) is a world, Olympic and European champion Turkishtaekwondo practitioner of Azerbaijani origin competing in the featherweight division.

He competed in the men’s 68 kg class at the 2008 Summer Olympics held in BeijingChina and won the bronze medal. Tazegül qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympic and went on to beat Iran’s Mohammad Bagheri Motamed in the final, with a score of 6-5, winning the gold medal.

At the 2013 Mediterranean Games held in Mersin, Turkey, he won the bronze medal in the 68 kg event.

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Levent Tuncat (born July 29, 1988 in DuisburgNorth Rhine-Westphalia) is a German taekwondo practitioner of Turkish descent. He won three gold medals for the 54 and 58 kg classes at the European Taekwondo Championships (2005 in Riga, Latvia, 2006 in Bonn, Germany, and 2008 in Rome, Italy).

Tuncat qualified for the men’s 58 kg class at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, after placing second from the World Qualification Tournament in Manchester, England. He lost in the preliminary round of sixteen match to Afghanistan’s Rohullah Nikpai, with a sudden death score of 3–4.


Renata Ago has lead a distinguished career as a sports rehabilitation trainer and strength & conditioning coach, working with more than 200 athletes, 17 Olympic athletes and 12 teams for the last 15 years.

2016 – IWI Sport Academy
› Professional director
› Course leader and teacher of Corrective Rehabilitation trainer course
› Course leader and teacher of Strength and Conditioning trainer course

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Education: BA in Management from USA
Languages Spoken: English – Persian – Arabic
Work Experience:
Company Position Year
GAM Power Transmission Line Director of Foreign Purchases 2000-2006
Friendship Shipping Co. Branch Manager 1995-2000
Hormozgan Provence


In assurance to moving forward our Indian Taekwondo sport to Tokyo Olympics, We are very pleased to train Indian taekwondo Athletes by the iconic player of the world Taekwondo

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Olympian Taekwondo Seminar Trichy – Tamilnadu.
Co-Organized by : KICKERZ TAEKWONDO Academy.
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