On the weekend of the 9th November, over 220 Taekwondo Black Belt hopefuls filled a very busy Nottingham venue. We are very pleased to say that all Quest members passed their grading.
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As a legacy of London 2012, GB Taekwondo created talent identification pathways for British Taekwondo members. The latest phase of cadet and junior development is now underway ...
Mike McKenzie has been named South Yorkshire Sport Coach of the Year 2013. The South Yorkshire Sport Coaching Awards 2013 reward and celebrate the achievements of local coaches across South Yorkshire, with the winner being put forward to the Annual National Sports Coach UK Awards in November 2013.
Last weekend Quest Taekwondo hosted a seminar conducted by Jake Barnett. Jake, aged 17, is a Quest Taekwondo student and a member of the GB Junior Development Team.
Quest Taekwondo, Penistone, has become the first club in the north of England to achieve the prestigious Clubmark status.
Quest Taekwondo students attended the Martin Stamper Development Workshops at the GB Taekwondo training venue on Manchester last weekend, along with students from other UK clubs.
Congratulations to Mike Mckenzie who, along with becoming South Yorkshire Coach of the Year, has now also been selected as a finalist for the UK Coaching Awards 2013.
Paul Green (GB National Squad Coach) and Gareth Brown (GB Junior Squad Coach), both accomplished international Taekwondo athletes and Sports Instructors, conducted a most enjoyable seminar at the Quest Penistone venue last weekend.
Quest Taekwondo - Penistone is pleased to report that our recent Sportivate application to South Yorkshire Sport has been successful, and that our project will now form part of the South Yorkshire Sportivate Year 3 Delivery Plan.
Quest Penistone and Quest Leeds took a team of 10 to the All Stars 1-1 Competition at the Doncaster Dome on Sunday. Despite the scorchio temperatures outside, it was a comfortable venue and everything ran really smoothly throughout the day.