Members of Swift Current Christian Taekwondo participated in Kim’s Challenge in Regina on Saturday, March 5, bringing home three gold, four silver and five bronze medals in sparring and poomsae (forms).
“This was the first face-to-face tournament the province has seen in almost two years,” says head instructor Gary Voysey. “We were all a little nervous, but in the end, our students stepped up and performed well. It was good to be back and I’m really proud of everyone that participated.”
Twelve medals were taken by students of Swift Current Christian Taekwondo. Competitive categories are divided by age, weight and belt rank. The following individuals received medals in their divisions:
Tate Unger – gold Callie Ebner – gold
Carlos Marquez Peralta – silver Marlee Sebo – gold
Lilli Osborne – silver Senna Garven – silver
Braden Carleton – bronze Carlos Marquez Peralta – silver Serena Sebo – bronze Lilli Osborne – bronze
Zac Wolfe – bronze Zac Wolfe – bronze
Swift Current Christian Taekwondo has been operating in Swift Current since 2012. The school is a part of Saskatchewan World Taekwondo and Taekwondo Canada.
Students of Swift Current Christian Taekwondo competed in Kim’s Challenge in Regina on Saturday, March 5, bringing home a total of 12 medals. Zac Wolfe (right) received bronze for both sparring and poomsae (forms).