China’s Two-time Olympic taekwondo gold medalist (2008, 2012) Wu Jingyu has announced she is planning to after two years of being away from competition and will aim for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, after receiving the encouragement from  international Olympic committee President Thomas Bach, announced the Chinese Taekwondo Fan Club on social media platform Weibo. Fans from all over the world who want to watch the live-action of Olympic Street Skateboarding can buy Olympic Taekwondo Tickets online.

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Two-time Chinese Olympic taekwondo gold medalist Wu Jingyu returns for Tokyo Olympic 2020

They announced:  “Two-time Olympic taekwondo champion Wu Jingyu is coming back, let’s cheer the ‘Super Kicker’!”

2-time Olympic taekwondo champ Wu Jingyu is coming back. She will join women’s -53-kilogram class of the Fujairah Open 2019. Born in 1987. In 2016 at the age of 19 Wu won the first Asian Games taekwondo gold medal for China in Doha, Qatar. 2 years later at the Beijing Olympics, Wu secured her first Olympic title and reserved it in London in 2012.

However, on her journey to the third straight champion in Rio de Janeiro in 2016, Wu endured the biggest loss in her career. First, she was defeated by Tijana Bogdanovic from Serbia, an 18-year-old girl who actually watched Wu’s videos on YouTube to help her train. Then in the Trostrunde, Wu lost to Patimat Abakarova from Azerbaijan and was knocked out of the competition.

Though Wu told that she would see the loss as a treasure after the match, she admitted: “You can’t imagine what losing means to me.” After Rio, Wu went back and worked as a teacher at Beijing Sport University. Though she never publicized retirement, the truth was that Wu never attended any contest since Rio.

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Two-time Chinese Olympic taekwondo gold medalist Wu Jingyu returns for Tokyo Olympic 2020

 Wu gave birth to her daughter, in July 2017, who was given the English name “Gloria” by Thomas Bach, president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). When Gloria was one-month-old, Bach went to WU’s home to meet her and brought some Olympic souvenirs for the baby. Bach checked Wu’s physical condition and encouraged her to take on the challenge of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.. Wu’s fans were excited to see their taekwondo stardom return.

All-Mighty Yao posted on Weibo: “She said goodbye to the competition but she can’t say goodbye to her passion. Finally, she came back!”

Anonymous user wrote on Tencent News: “It does not matter what you can achieve because every Chinese citizen should learn from your spirit of never giving up.”

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