Three Summerlanders received medals in Tae Kwon Do recently. From left are Justin Doyle who received bronze in sparring and bronze in poomse in the Boys’ Green Stripe Division

Tae Kwon Do participants receive medals at tourney

Several Summerlanders came away with medals at recent Tae Kwon Do tournaments.

Several Summerlanders came away with medals at recent Tae Kwon Do tournaments.

The Champion Tae Kwon Do Challenge Tournament was hosted Oct. 22 at Princess Margaret School in  Penticton.

Justin Doyle took bronze in sparring in Boys Green Stripe Division and bronze in poomse.

Tom Phillips took bronze in sparring in Boys Green Belt Division, bronze in poomse and silver in flying sidekick.

Mat Perdue received gold in sparring in Men’s Red Stripe Division.

The Kee’s Tae Kwon Do Invitational Tournament was held on Nov. 5 at Spring Valley Middle School in Kelowna.

Phillips won bronze in sparring in Boys Green Belt Division, bronze in poomse and silver in flying sidekick

All competitors competed well, had a great start to the tournament season and hopefully are ready now for provincial competition.

 

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