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King's Lynn students enjoy success at 2022 World Tang Soo Do Association National Championships

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Talented students from the Wisbech and Lynn Tang Soo Do Martial Arts Club enjoyed much success at the 2022 World Tang Soo Do Association National Championship.

Unfortunately due to Covid, competitions were cancelled for the previous two years so for many of the students, this was their first experience of competing.

The championship was held at the David Ross Sports Centre, in Nottingham, and there were around 350 competitors in attendance.

Martial arts picture (56684515)
Martial arts picture (56684515)

The club’s students won a fantastic 10 trophies over four categories – weapons, forms, sparring and team forms.

Delighted club coach Donna Harvey said: “I’m so proud of all of my students, it takes a lot of hard work and dedication to prepare for a competition like this one. Their hard work really has paid off. They are now all preparing for the Regional Championship held in Wales in November.”

Sophia Stanton and Tracey-Kym Gooch have now qualified to represent Great Britain at the World Championship held in Greensboro, North Carolina, in USA, next month.

There are lots of pictures, videos and updates on the club’s Facebook page and also joining information for anyone interested. Search @WisbechkingslynnTSD

The club train on a Monday evening at Lynnsport and on a Thursday evening at Walton Highway Village Club, Wisbech.

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