Aziz Acharki (48) is a renowned Taekwondo competitor who won important titles for Germany, standing out internationally for his great technical quality and physical strength.
Aziz Acharki started his career with a bronze medal at the World Taekwondo Championships in New York 1993 in the 64-70 kg category.
However, his breakthrough came in Manila in 1995, where he captured the world championship in the -70 kg category by defeating Mexico’s Roberto Estrada in the final fight.
The German athlete also won medals at the European Taekwondo Championships, a very competitive continent.
He started with bronze in 1994 (Croatia) and then maintained his hegemony in 1996 (Finland) and 2000 (Greece) with gold medals.
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Watching him compete was a privilege. His great vision to score points was one of his great peculiarities that he combined with an excellent physical endurance.
Personally, many people agree that he is a gentleman.
Having ended his spectacular sporting career with an appearance at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, Aziz has excelled as a coach in Germany and Saudi Arabia.