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Stamford and Oakham Taekwon-do Clubcompete at the GTUK British Championships in Coventry





Twelve students from Stamford and Oakham Taekwon-do Club have competed at the GTUK British Championships held in Coventry.

Competitors came from all over the country and a team travelled from Scotland to compete in the popular competition.

Students competed in patterns, sparing, destruction and special technique.

Stamford and Oakham Taekwon-do Club had success at the GTUK British Championships held in Coventry.
Stamford and Oakham Taekwon-do Club had success at the GTUK British Championships held in Coventry.

The competition was fierce in all categories, but the local students managed to scoop 12 medals in total between them in various categories of the martial art.

Yellow belt Elon Klitovchenko started the medal tally off by winning gold in peewee (six-seven years) mixed patterns and then went on to secure a silver for sparring in what was a great achievement for his first competition.

Red belt black tag Ashleigh Harrison won a fantastic gold in the junior (14-16 years) female patterns and secured a silver medal in a tough sparring category.

One of club's junior black belts, Ethan Lam - also at his first competition - secured bronze in junior patterns and a gold medal for a great performance in his sparring category.

Callum Wallis, who has competed at a number of tournaments now, secured a silver medal in his sparring category.

Johnathan Brewell secured gold in a tough sparring category while Stewart Needham and Keith Gilbody picked up a silver medal and bronze medal respectively for their performances in their patterns category.

Black belt Jo Auciello finished off the haul of medals with a super bronze in patterns and silver in sparring.

The tournament sees the club go from strength-to-strength and the team of instructors are extremely proud of all of the competitors who took part as they truly competed with the tenets of taekwon-do at heart.

For further information regarding the club, visit www.tkdclasses.co.uk where you can find contact details including venues and times of when the club trains.



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