Geremia Di Costanzo from Italy and Servet Tazegul are the athletes with the most European titles in history since 1976, when the first European event was held in Barcelona, Spain.
The fantastic Italian competitor “who flew with his legs” won five titles and one bronze for a total of six medals. Turkish Servet Tazegul, who was also a two-time world champion and Olympic gold medalist in London 2012, won five gold medals at European championships.
Seyfula Magomedov of Russia is the third highest European Taekwondo medalist with four golds, one silver and two bronzes for a total of seven (07) medals. The Russian is the competitor who has the most medals in the overall sum.
The giant Pascal Gentil from France, won three (03) golds, and three (03) silvers to account for six.
The indescribable talent of Aaron Cook, who competed for Great Britain and Moldova, took home three (03) European gold medals, one silver (01) and one (01) bronze for a total of five medals.
Gabriel Esparza from Spain won three (03) golds, one (01) silver to stay with four (04) medals.
Levent Tuncat from Germany known for his impressive acrobatic level has another great record with three (03) golds, one silver.
The late Joseph Salim from Denmark, recognized for his spectacularity in combat, won three (03) golds and three bronzes. His brother, Gergely Salim, world and Olympic champion was three times European gold.
To finish the list of multi-medalists is Jesper Roesen from Denmark who won three gold medals. The Dane was one of the star athletes in the men’s featherweight category in Europe.