Taekwondo fighters from over 50 countries to compete in tournament in Sofia

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More than 700 taekwondo fighters from more than 50 countries will compete on March 6th and 7th in the Ramus Sofia Open tournament, which is in the highest G1 category, BGNES reported. The list of participants includes the names of Olympic and world champions. 

This is the first major test for athletes in the Old Continent martial arts calendar after a one-year break due to the pandemic.

Before the competition, the Bulgarian national team went through a 22-day training camp in Iran.

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