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The way for women in Côte d'Ivoire to Olympic games | Emmanuella Ane | TEDxPortBouet

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Ané Emmanuella is the First African Woman to lead in an Tae Kwon Do on Rio Olympic games. She is the the Vice-President of the Ivorian Federation of Tea Kwondo ( FITKD) and she is in charge of the development of the Tae kwon do Women team. She is Black Belt (5th Dan). Today, Ané is one of the best woman arbitrators of moment. To reach that level, Ané has to fight and find her way through that competitive men evironment. She finally got recognition from the Ivorian, African and International Tea Kwondo world. First African woman to officiate in an Olympic Taekwondo Tournament, Emmanuella Perpetue Ané is the vice-president of the Ivorian Federation of Taekwondo (FITKD) and in charge of the development of women's Taekwondo. This young lady of NSIA, passionate of taekwondo and Black Belt 5th Dan Kukkiwon was later accepted only after a long journey among the three referees of the African continent.

Called to regroup the best referees of the moment of the RIO Olympics, Ané was able to pass the first test after the formation of Moscow and be in the TOP 50 world of the international referees.

Ané Emmanuella has won her place by her performances in the international competitions such as the World Championship in Puebla, the Youth Olympic Games in Taipei in China, the International Carthage Open, the Grand Prix in Suzhou, the Games Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China, the Manchester Grand Prix, the International Tournament of Paris, the Grand Prix and the Team World Cup in Querétaro, Mexico. It is therefore right that the World Taekwondo federation 'Retained as the first African woman referee at the Rio Olympics in 2016.

She has her determination and her determination to go ever further. This selection is proof, if need be, that the Ivorian arbitration remains a continental reference.

She has the determination and the will that will take her go further. This selection is the proof that ivorian refereeing is still a reference in the continent.

First African woman to officiate in an Olympic Taekwondo Tournament, Emmanuella Perpetue Ané is the vice-president of the Ivorian Federation of Taekwondo (FITKD) and in charge of the development of women's Taekwondo. This young lady of NSIA, passionate of taekwondo and Black Belt 5th Dan Kukkiwon was later accepted only after a long journey among the three referees of the African continent.

Called to regroup the best referees of the moment of the RIO Olympics, Ané was able to pass the first test after the formation of Moscow and be in the TOP 50 world of the international referees.

Ané Emmanuella has won her place by her performances in the international competitions such as the World Championship in Puebla, the Youth Olympic Games in Taipei in China, the International Carthage Open, the Grand Prix in Suzhou, the Games Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China, the Manchester Grand Prix, the International Tournament of Paris, the Grand Prix and the Team World Cup in Querétaro, Mexico. It is therefore right that the World Taekwondo federation 'Retained as the first African woman referee at the Rio Olympics in 2016.

She has her determination and her determination to go ever further. This selection is proof, if need be, that the Ivorian arbitration remains a continental reference.

She has the determination and the will that will take her go further. This selection is the proof that ivorian refereeing is still a reference in the continent. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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