Ekrem Boyalı

Ekrem Boyalı
Personal information
NationalityTurkish
Born(1970-07-15) July 15, 1970 (age 47)
Konya, Turkey
Sport
CountryTurkey
SportTaekwondo

Biography

Ekrem Boyalı (given birth to July 15, 1970) can be an Olympian Turkish past Taekwondo specialist and coach.

Early years and family life

Ekrem Boyalı was created on July 15, 1970 in Konya, Turkey. In 1998, Boyalı visited america to comprehensive his school education. Upon coming back home after 3 years, he was appointed a lecturer at Selçuk School in Konya. In '09 2009, he gained a PhD level in Workout physiology in the Institute of Wellness Research at Selçuk School using a thesis on "The result of supplement E application over the degrees of lipid peroxidation, antioxidant enzymes and lactate during severe Taekwondo workout".He's married with Ayşegül Ergin, also a global and European tournament medalist.

Sports career

He began with Taekwondo following a footsteps of his older sibling Osman Boyalı in 1983. After four many years of hard teaching at his brother's sports activities golf club, he was accepted to the nationwide team. Later on, he became captain from the Turkey team.In the 1992 Summer season Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, he competed for Turkey, and became the runner-up after losing to Kim Byong-Cheol from South Korea in the ultimate video game. The Taekwondo contests were kept as demo sport, and for that reason no medals had been awarded.Boyalı served mainly because coach from the Turkey national group after leaving the dynamic sport. Later on, he coached the Bulgaria nationwide team.

Achievements

01 ! 1988 Western european Championships – Ankara, Turkey −54 kg (youth) 03 ! 1990 Western european Championships – Aarhus, Denmark −54 kg 02 ! 1991 Globe Glass – Zagreb, Croatia −58 kg 03 ! 1991 Globe Championships – Athens,Greece −58 kg 02 ! 1992 Western european Championships – Valencia, Spain −64 kg 02 ! 1992 Pre-Olympian Video games – Barcelona, Spain −64 kg 02 ! 1994 Globe Glass – George City, Cayman Islands, UK −64 kg 02 ! 1996 Western european Championships – Helsinki, Finland −64 kg 02 ! 1997 Globe Championships – Hong Kong, United kingdom Hong Kong −64 kg

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