Gold for Geterer

Israeli becomes European taekwondo champion.

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May 14, 2010 08:57
Bat El Geterer winning the European taekwondo cham

taekwondo 58. (photo credit: courtesy)

 
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Bat El Geterer (center) sings the Hatikva after claiming a gold medal at the taekwondo European Championships in St. Petersburg, Russia, yesterday, winning the under-57 kilogram competition.

Geterer, who represented Israel at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, beat a Ukrainian opponent 8-2 in the final for her fifth win of the day. Geterer became Israel’s second medalist of the championships, with 18-year-old Moti Lugasi winning a bronze medal in the men’s under-54kg contest on Wednesday.

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