23 September 2013

RMIT Taekwon-Do Club enters the winner’s circle

RMIT Taekwondo-Club is the place where you can build on your self-defence ability, personal fitness, integrity, perseverance and self-control all at once.

As an affiliation of the International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF), the club enables you to continue training in taekwon-do schools all over the world through its internationally-recognised ranking and certificate.

The RMIT ITF Taekwon-Do Club became the second overall winner in the first RMIT ITF Taekwon-Do Club Championships on 25 August 2013. Despite the small size, the club showed an impressive medal haul in front of 100 competitors at the St Albans Secondary College.

The women’s division winners from RMIT were:

• Heather Lin (gold for colour belt patterns and silver for individual sparring)

• Kidist Kifle (silver for colour belt patterns and bronze for individual sparring)

• Shivarnee Sitsabasan (bronze for colour belt patterns and gold for individual sparring)

• Lucky Gamboa (bronze for black belt and gold for individual sparring)

• Cassandra White (gold for individual sparring)

• Cath Cachia (silver for individual sparring)

• The women’s team (gold for team sparring).

The men’s division winners from RMIT were:

• Siddhi Pittayachawan (gold for third degree black belt patterns)

• Marc Chung (gold for second degree black belt patterns and silver for individual sparring)

• Marc Russo (silver for second degree black belt patterns and silver for individual sparring)

• The men’s team (bronze for team sparring).

Join these winners for new life experiences, self-development and social networking. Training sessions are held every Monday and Wednesday from 6.30 to 8pm, as well as Friday from 6 to 8.30pm.

For more information, go to RMIT ITF Taekwon-Do Club.

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