Trelleborg Sweden saw Quest Taekwondo's Junior and Senior Athletes make a stunning start to 2013.
News & Comment
British Taekwondo have announced the appointment of Mike McKenzie to the role of Development Officer.
We have been reporting the development and success of 16 year old Taekwondo athlete Jacob Barnett over the last year, and I am pleased to announce that his hard work and success has come to fruition as he has now been called up to the Great Britain Junior Development Team.
On Sunday 16th of December, and marking an early start to Quest Taekwondo's 25th Year Celebrations, Master Ky-Tu Dang presented a day of seminars at the Quest Penistone venue.
Over the Summer the eyes of the World were on London for the greatest Olympic Games ever. For Great Britain the achievements were twofold - the best medal tally in history and the pride in hosting such a great event.
The snow fell and the wind blew but still our intrepid Children’s team travelled to far off lands to continue a 20 year tradition of taking on the best Kids in Europe to begin their Olympic Quest.
On one very snowy weekend (by British standards) Quest Taekwondo students and guests were treated to a seminar delivered by Master Ji-Pyo Lim.
12 children from Silsden, Keighley, Cullingworth, Bingley, Baildon and Greengates are travelling to Germany as part of a Quest Taekwondo Children's sparring team to compete at the Children's International Championships in Germany.
7 Quest Taekwondo members from Bradford, Silsden, Settle and Penistone had a unique experience last weekend when they trained with Olympic sensation Sarah Stevenson at the Manchester Academy.
Michael Taylor(24) from Quest Taekwondo - Leeds was successfully promoted to 1st Kup Red/Black belt and now looks forwards to preparing to take his Black Belt examination with British Taekwondo in 2013.