KARINE SERGERIE WINS GOLD AT WORLD TAEKWONDO CHAMPIONSHIPS

Karine Sergerie leaps for joy after defeating Park Hye-Mi of South Korea 4-3 in sudden-death overtime on May 22, 2007, thus winning the gold medal at the recent World Taekwondo Championships, held in Beijing, China.

Karine had previously won a silver medal at the 2003 Worlds as well as a bronze in 2005.

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THIS JUST IN: Karine is a genuine Olympic medal threat. View her Olympic profile page.
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Karine Sergerie took third place in the under-59kg category at the 2005 World Taekwondo Championships held recently in Madrid, Spain.



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VANIER STUDENT WINS SILVER MEDAL AT
TAEKWONDO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

December 10, 2003

Vanier student Karine Sergerie is a force to be reckoned with in the competitive world of Taekwondo. After taking gold at the Canadian National Championships in April 2003, she came within a whisker of the gold medal at the World Taekwondo Championships held in September 2003, finishing the competition with a silver medal. Read more in the story below (in French).


Karine's Competition Results:
World Championships - May 2006 - GOLD
World Championships - April 2005 - BRONZE
World Championships - September 2003 - SILVER

Francophone World Cup - July 2003 - SILVER.
Olympic National Team Selection Event - May 2003 - SILVER
Canadian Nationals - April 2003 - GOLD.
World Championships - July 2002 - BRONZE

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