Top Taekwondo Competitor & Former World and National Champion

Former Vanier student Karine Sergerie is in her final preparations for the 2012 London Olympics. The former World Champion won a Silver Medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and has her sights set on Gold in 2012.

You can read an article that chronicles her pre-olympic preparation.

Karine was introduced to the sport at the age of five years old by her father and has racked up a most impressive set of competition results which includes two World Championship titles along with her Olympic Silver Medal.

Besides her World Titles and Olympic Silver, Karine has a string of Gold Medals from innumerable international competitions that stretch from 2006 right up until the present. Way to go, Karine!

Karine’s Competition Results

  • 2010 Canada Open – GOLD
  • 2010 Dutch Open – GOLD
  • 2010 German Open – GOLD
  • 2010 US Open – GOLD
  • 2010 Open International de Paris – GOLD
  • 2008 Olympic Games – SILVER
  • 2007 World Championships – GOLD
  • 2006 World Championships – GOLD
  • 2005 World Championships – BRONZE
  • 2003 World Championships – SILVER
  • 2003 Francophone World Cup – SILVER.
  • 2003 Olympic Team Selection Event – SILVER
  • 2003 Canadian Nationals – GOLD.
  • 2002 World Championships – BRONZE

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