Hall of fame

Michail Mouroutsos, Olympic Champion Sydney 2000, - 58 kg

Mouroutsos (Greece) was the first European athlete ever to win an Olympic gold medal. After winning the gold medal during the 2000 European Senior Championships, he managed to won the gold medal in the –58 kg division at the Sydney 2000 Olympics. Currently, Mouroutsos has his own taekwondo schools in Athens and is a successful businessman.

Joel Gonzales Bonilla, Olympic Champion London 2012, - 58 kg

Gonzales Bonilla (Spain) was also a favorite for the gold at the London 2012 Olympics. He has a magnificent list of achievements: World champion in 2009 and 2011 and European Champion in 2009, 2010 and 2012. In London, he showed the world he was the best by winning the gold medal in the –58 kg division.

Servet Tazegul, Olympic Champion London 2012, - 68 kg

Tazegul (Turkey) participated at the Beijing 2008 Olympics, winning a bronze medal. After that, more titles followed, grasping gold at the World Championships in 2011. During the London 2012 Olympics Tazegul was the favorite, and he delivered winning the gold medal in the – 69 kg division.

Carlo Molfetta, Olympic Champion London 2012, +80 kg

World champion in 2000 and winner of the World Cup in 2002, European Champion in 2010, Carlo Molfetta (Italy) has proven himself an athlete winning medal through a wide range of time. In London he gathered himself in the elite group of Olympic gold medallist by winning the Olympic gold medal after an epic fight.

Jade Jones, Olympic Champion London 2012, -57 kg

After winning the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore in 2009, Jones (Great Britain) won a silver medal at the World Championships in 2011. She was in excellent shape during the London 2012 Olympics and took the crowd by winning the Olympic gold medal in a sold out arena!

Milica Mandic, Olympic Champion London 2012, +67 kg

Mandic (Serbia) won a bronze medal at the 2008 Junior 2011 Senior World Championships and participated at several European championships since 2005. During the London Olympics, she was in great shape and won her fights with great margins, leading to the celebration of and writing history in winning the first Olympic gold medal ever for Serbia in the +67 kg division.

Isaev Radik - Olympic Champion Rio 2016, +80kg

The Wold Champion of Chelyabinsk 2016 made the Azerbaijani medal collection grow bigger. The Azerbaijani Champion passed to Rio 2016 semifinals after fighting with the Korean Cha Dongming, and after GBR’s Mahama Cho. Isaev’s gold medal is the first gold medal in Taekwondo for Ajerbaijan.