Quest Hull attended the British National Poomsae Championships on 1st March in Crawley. Seven students competed in individuals, pairs and team events and gained eleven medals in total.
Articles in Category: Member Successes
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.
Quest Taekwondo are celebrating their 3rd athlete to be called up to the Great Britain Junior Development team.
British Taekwondo have announced the appointment of Mike McKenzie to the role of Development Officer.
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.
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.
What a busy weekend it was as Quest Taekwondo, Penistone, welcomed over 60 guests to a special seminar with Mike McKenzie. Last week represented 25 years since Mike established the very first Quest Taekwondo Club.
Trelleborg Sweden saw Quest Taekwondo's Junior and Senior Athletes make a stunning start to 2013.
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.