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Wisbech & King’s Lynn Tang Soo Do martial artists end 2019 well at World Tang Soo Do Association Regional Championship in Ebbw Vale



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Seven students from Wisbech & King’s Lynn Tang Soo Do Martial Arts Club finished the competition year with a bang.

They travelled to Wales to represent their club in the 2019 World Tang Soo Do Association Regional Championship.

The championship was held in Ebbw Vale sports centre.

From left: Simba Honde - 1st sparring; Tracey Kym Gooch - 3rd weapons, 2nd Forms and 1st sparring; Sophia Stanton - 2nd sparring and 3rd Forms; Emilia Targanska - 1st sparring, 1st forms and 2nd weapons; Dean Frost - 3rd Forms; Sebastian Targanski - 3rd Forms. (Photo: SUPPLIED)
From left: Simba Honde - 1st sparring; Tracey Kym Gooch - 3rd weapons, 2nd Forms and 1st sparring; Sophia Stanton - 2nd sparring and 3rd Forms; Emilia Targanska - 1st sparring, 1st forms and 2nd weapons; Dean Frost - 3rd Forms; Sebastian Targanski - 3rd Forms. (Photo: SUPPLIED)

There were around 400 competitors in attendance at the event.

The students won a fantastic 11 trophies over three categories – weapons, forms and sparring.

From left: Simba Honde – placed first sparring; Tracey Kym Gooch – third weapons, second Forms and 1st sparring; Sophia Stanton – 2nd sparring and 3rd Forms; Emilia Targanska – 1st sparring, 1st forms and 2nd weapons; Dean Frost – 3rd Forms; Sebastian Targanski – 3rd Forms.

Dadisai Honde – not pictured. Didn’t place this time but made new friends.

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

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Wisbech & KL Tang Soo Do train on a Monday evening at Lynnsport and on a Thursday evening at Walton Highway Village club, Wisbech.

First lesson is free.



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