a The Republic of Ireland is in shock over what happened to taekwondo athlete Jack Woolley, who was attacked last Friday while walking on the banks of the River Liffey in Dublin.
A group of young men attacked him for no reason, as a result of which he had several cuts on his face, in which a hole protruded in his upper lip.
Remember that Jack Woolley competed in the last Olympics in Tokyo, after his defeat in the round of 16 by Argentine Lucas Guzman.
Through his Instagram account, Woolley explained what happened. “On the night of August 13, I was returning from dinner with a friend and then we went to a pub for some drinks. When we were returning, on the banks of the Liffey, a group of 8 to 12 young men, between boys and girls, in my twenties, began to beat up several people On this road. Unfortunately I was one of the victims. Someone punched me in the face. Just one punch, moan “I’m sorry, wrong person” and they kept going down, attacking more people.”
“Fortunately, I was able to call an ambulance and became aware. My friends helped me with all this and I am happy to say that everyone is fine. I am currently waiting at St James Hospital for my oral surgery. Thanks again for all your support and messages of encouragement, I hope I recover quickly After difficult months. What a day.”
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