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The Annabel Murcott Schools of Tae Kwon Do are successful at the English Championships





Students from the Annabel Murcott Schools of Tae Kwon Do came away with an amazing haul of medals from the English Championships.

The success capped a terrific start to the new season where more than 40 medals, including 15 golds, have been won by students.

The English Championship is organised by Europe's largest organisation in the Tae Kwon Do Association of Great Britain.

Medal winners from the Annabel Murcott Schools of Tae Kwon Do.
Medal winners from the Annabel Murcott Schools of Tae Kwon Do.

More than 1,200 competitors from all over Great Britain battled it out at the Worcester Arena in their respective divisions.

And senior instructor Annabel Murcott - who is also a world master in the sport - was delighted with the medal haul with students competing in individual patterns, sparring and destruction as well as team events.

She said: "Our team always amazes us. They are so dedicated and help one another.

"All the students support each other and, as soon as they compete, they then jump to another area to give support to other competitors, new and old.

"The fact they all look out for each other is proof in our results. I am so proud of all of them just for taking part and winning is the bonus.

"We have quite a few new and up-and-coming students that will become future champions.

"We have the World Championships next year which I know will be an awesome event for us all."

There was a hat-trick of gold medals for James Frost who also secured a silver while Marco Perna picked up two first places.

Oscar Bell and Jack Carruthers were other double gold medal winners with the former also sealing a silver.

Grace Swindell also won two gold medals and a bronze while Nikita Rudd returned with a gold and silver.

Kaitlyn Cyriac came home with a gold and bronze while there were also gold medals for Otis Herdale and Keoma Govene.

There was a silver and bronze medal for Skye Harper while Ellie Fryer finished the event with another silver medal for the club.

Caitlyn Smith, Ben Goodley, Emily Molsher, Jacob Campbell, Fin Barltrop, Baiba Campbell, Seb Louzolo and Niamh Hastings all bagged bronzes.

Michaela Francis finished with a silver medal and two bronze while Matthew He also took a silver medal.

The club trains six days a week with bases across the area, including Billingborough, Bourne, Corby Glen, Crowland, Market Deeping, Stamford and Thurlby.

They have around 400 students of all ages, including separate classes for five to eight year-olds and are family orientated. For further information contact either Annabel or Dale on 07714 323995.



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