The members of Split’s Marjana Lena Stojković won the gold medal at the European Taekwondo Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria.
On the first day, thanks to 19-year-old Lena Stojković, Croatian taekwondo won the gold medal in Sofia.
In the 46 kg category, Lena defeated Finn Tammila 22-2 in the first round, so in the quarter-finals, she defeated Yildirim of Turkey 18:8 ( Yildirim), achieved impressive results and won the gold medal in the senior race and passenger race held in Tokyo, weighing no more than 49 kg.
In the semifinals, Lena defeated Israeli Rivka Bayech (Rivka Bayech) 28:8, and defeated Russian Larisa Medvej 18:10 in another outstanding battle in the final. Baby (Larisa Medvedeva). The total score difference of 86:28 fully illustrates the superiority of the young woman from Split, Bulgaria.
With this gold medal, Lena completed the collection of medals for all three age groups, because she won the bronze medal for trainees at the European Championships, and during the junior high school internship, she won the bronze medal at the Youth Olympic Games. And won the world bronze medal. medal. When Lena arrived at coach Veljko Laura in Blatine, Split, she started practicing taekwondo in kindergarten and won the fourth big name in her career when she was 19 years old.