Querétaro will host the prestigious 2024 Pan American Cadet and Junior Taekwondo Championship from July 18 to 21 at the renowned Arteaga Gymnasium. This event, where young athletes from across the continent will compete in poomsae, kyorugi, and Taekwondo team, will serve as a key preparation for the upcoming Cadet and Junior World Championships in South Korea in October.

As Querétaro gears up to welcome the best young taekwondo talents, the Arteaga Gymnasium will become the epicenter of intense competitions, emphasizing values of camaraderie and respect, which are fundamental in taekwondo philosophy. Juan Manuel López, President of the Pan American Taekwondo Union, expressed his enthusiasm, emphasizing the championship as a platform for future Olympic stars.

“This event goes beyond being a competition; it is a springboard for the future of taekwondo in the region. We seek to encourage the participation of cadet and junior divisions, providing them with the opportunity to showcase their talent on the Pan American stage,” President López said.

National teams are invited to participate, and athletes from across the Pan American region are expected to join this thrilling championship. Querétaro, with its rich history and hospitality, promises to be the perfect setting for this high-caliber sports event, leaving a lasting impression on the participants and taekwondo enthusiasts.