Fort St. James TaeKwon-Do Club kicks butt

Thirteen members of the Fort St. James Family TaeKwon-Do Club recently travelled to Prince George to take part in the 2011 Northern B.C. International TaeKwon-Do Federation Championships.

Thirteen members of the  Fort St. James Family TaeKwon-Do Club recently travelled to Prince George to take part in the 2011 Northern B.C. International TaeKwon-Do Federation Championships. The championships were hosted by Freedon TaeKwon-Do in Prince George.

Twelve of the Fort members medalled, bringing back a total of 17 medals to the Fort. The championships involve sparring and the demonstration of “patterns” or mock defence.

The Fort’s club has been operating for three years, and had 28 members this past year, meeting three times a week. The club is currently looking for a location for next season’s classes, which start up in September.

 

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