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8th Asia Pacific Conference on Exercise and Sports Science 2017

Panelist

 

Name: Choi Young Seok,
Ph.D.
Position: Faculty member of faculty of Sport Science, Kasetsart University and Head Coach of the Thailand Taekwondo National Team
Address: Faculty of Sports
Science, Kasetsart University, Thailand
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Dr. Choi Young Seok, earned doctoral degree in Taekwondo Marketing from Department of Taekwondo, Dong-A University, South Korea and also a doctoral candidate in faculty of sports science, Kasetsart University. Dr. Choi Young Seok, well-known as Coach Choi, is a faculty member in faculty of Sports Science, Kasetsart University. He has also been the Head Coach of the Thailand Taekwondo National Team since 2002 until present. Coach Choi brought the Thailand Taekwondo National Team to win 5 Olympics’ medals including 1 bronze in 2004, 1 silver in 2008, 1 bronze in 2012 and 1 silver with 1 bronze in the recent Rio Games in 2016. Besides those Olympics’ medal, he has brought Thai athletes to win all World Taekwondo Championships they have been to, with the degree of one of the best three Taekwondo coach whose recognized all over the world in Taekwondo. He has earned many awards from difference championships such as Best Coach of Asia Continent from the Asian Taekwondo Union, Best Coach of the World Cup from the World Taekwondo Federation, and South Korea Fame Enhancement Award of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in South Korea

Achievement

2004         Coach for the Athens Olympic Games in Greece

                 - Bronze Medal in Female 49 Kilograms category

2008         Coach for the Beijing Olympic Games in China

                 - Silver Medal in Female 49 Kilograms category

2011         Coach for the World Taekwondo Championship in South Korea

                 - Gold Medal in Female62 Kilograms category

                 - Gold Medal in Male 54 Kilograms category

                 - Silver Medal in Male 74 Kilograms category

                 - Bronze Medal in Male 63 Kilograms category

2012         Coach for the London Olympic Games in Great Britain

                 - Bronze Medal in Female 49 Kilograms category

2013         Coach for the World Taekwondo Championship in Mexico

                 - Gold Medal in Female 49 Kilograms category

                 - Bronze Medal in Male 54 Kilograms category

2015         Coach for the World Taekwondo Championship in Russia

                 - Gold Medal in Female 46 Kilograms category

                 - Bronze Medal in Male 54 Kilograms category

2016         Coach for the Rio Olympic Games in Brazil

                 - Silver Medal in Male 58 Kilograms category

            - Bronze Medal in Female 49 Kilograms category


 

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