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taekwondo grand prix - Suomen Taekwondoliitto
PROPOSED CONCEPT
We would like to thank the members of the working
group for their contribution to the concept of the
WTF Taekwondo Grand Prix.

Philippe Bouedo and Fédération Française de Taekwondo

Gary Hall and British Taekwondo

Dai Won Moon

Jin Bang Yang

And the WTF staff : Jeongkang Seo and Adit Arora
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Early info to WTF MNAs on the Taekwondo Grand Prix
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All points subject to final approval by the WTF Council in
June 2013
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Feedbacks welcome to the following email address : adit.
[email protected]
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Elite tournament
GP SERIES  G4 Tournament
- GP FINAL  G8 Tournament
-
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Top taekwondo athletes compete regularly in hig
h level competitions
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Increased media exposure
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Reinforced WTF ranking system
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Prize money
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GP Series followed by GP FINAL each year
 Frequency
of GP Series, to be confirmed
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Athletes selected based on WTF Olympic Ranking

Top ranked athletes advance to GP FINAL
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Olympic weight categories

Road to Olympic Games Qualification
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TAEKWONDO GRAND PRIX
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GP Series
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35 athletes based on WTF World Ranking
1 athlete from host country*
Maximum 2 athletes per country per category
GP FINAL
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8 athletes based on WTF World Ranking
Maximum 2 athletes per country per category
*Number of host country athletes can be increased to 3 if 2 athletes have be
en invited based on WTF World Ranking
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Ranking points obtained through G-ranked tournaments
organized by our MNAs in each continent
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Possible economic subsidies to qualifying athletes
[dependent on sponsorship and host city agreements]
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Grade
Competition
WTF Sanctioned tournaments
G1
World University Championships
Multi-Sport Games
World Military Championships
WTF Sanctioned tournaments
G2
Universiade
CISM World Games
Grand Prix Series
G4
Continental Championships
Continental Multi-Sport Games (with 4 yea
r cycle)
G8
Grand Prix Final
G12
WTF World Championships
G20
Summer Olympic Games
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FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JU
N
JUL
AUG
JU
N
JUL
AUG
SELECTION FOR GP FINAL
SELECTION FOR GP 2
SELECTION FOR GP 1
JAN
SEP
OC
T
NOV
DE
C
SEP
OC
T
NOV
DE
C
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SELECTION FOR 2013 GP
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Athletes selection dates for 2015 and 2016 are to be
confirmed
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GP Series
 12
out of 36 athletes seeded based on ranking
 Top 4 qualify directly to QF
 Top 8 of remaining 32 athletes are seeded to compete
for remaining 4 QF places
GP FINAL
 All
8 athletes seeded based on ranking
 No automatic qualification for host country
 Bronze medal contest to determine 3rd place
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TAEKWONDO GRAND PRIX
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FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
SEP
OCT
NOV
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
GRAND PRIX FINAL
WORLD CUP TEAM
CHAMPIONSHIPS
AUG
GRAND PRIX FINAL
WORLD POMSAE
CHAMPIONSHIPS
JUL
GRAND PRIX STAGE 2
WORLD TAEKWONDO
CHAMPRIONSHIPS
GRAND PRIX STAGE 1
WORLD PARA-TKD
CHAMPIONSHIPS
JAN
DEC
DEC
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FEB
MAR
JAN
FEB
MAR
CONTINENTAL QUALIFICATION
TOURNAMENTS
JAN
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
SEP
OCT
NOV
NOV
GRAND PRIX FINAL
GRAND PRIX STAGE 1
OLYMPIC GAMES
APR
DEC
DEC
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GRAND PRIX FINAL
GRAND PRIX STAGE 3
GRAND PRIX STAGE 2
GRAND PRIX STAGE 1
WORLD TAEKWONDO
CHAMPRIONSHIPS
TAEKWONDO GRAND PRIX
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
Interest by a few cities for Premier GP 2013
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Open bid for GP Series and FINAL 2014-2016
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Fixed location for Olympic cycle or moving,
to be confirmed
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Host city exposure through the GP
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TAEKWONDO GRAND PRIX
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Ranking to replace Olympic World Qualification
- Ranking considered on January 2016 after GP Final
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Top 6 ranked athletes in each weight category qualify direc
tly
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Maximum one athlete per NOC per weight division
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NOC quotas of 2 male and 2 female are still in place,
except top 6 ranked athletes
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Remaining athletes qualify via Continental Qualification
Tournaments and Wild Card
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In case an athlete from host nation doesn’t use the
automatic place as ranked in top 6, the NOC of the next
highest ranked athlete in the category would be qualified
unless the NOC quota doesn’t exceed.
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