18-year-old becomes America’s first women’s taekwondo champion | Tokyo Olympics | NBC Sports

In a tournament filled with upsets, 18-year-old Anastasija Zolotic defeated Tatiana Minina in the women’s 57kg final to complete her Cinderella run and become the first American woman to ever win taekwondo gold. #NBCOlympics #Tokyo2020 #Taekwondo
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