RON Bergan, Him-Do Tae Kwon Do, is full of praise for his students, as they again bring home an impressive swag of medals and trophies from the recently held Port Stephens Taekwondo Championships.
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Ron told News Of The Area, “As more people are getting involved, I think eventually, we will need a bigger venue and the only place would be Newcastle, which would be taking money away from the area”.
Ron is keen to acknowledge the efforts of Alfie Dodd, seven years old, who competed in multiple disciplines and won Best Athlete.
The results for team Him Do Tae Kwon Do are as follows: out of 170 competitors from 12 clubs from Qld and NSW plus overseas visitors, including Grand Masters from Australia and Malaysia, students competed and won the following:
Elizabeth Bergan; Gold Pair Poomsae, Bronze Speed Breaking
Ronald Bergan; Gold Power Breaking
Elijah Brown; Gold Poomsae, Bronze Speed Breaking, Silver Sparring
Addison Clark; Gold Poomsae, Gold Speed Breaking
Hamish Clark; Silver Sparring x 2, Bronze Speed Breaking, Silver Sparring
Alfie Dodd: Gold Poomsae, Gold Speed Breaking, Silver Sparring, Bronze Sparring
Toby Dodd; Gold Speed Breaking
Alan Field; Gold High Kick, Gold Speed Breaking
Nick Hall; Silver High Kick, Silver Speed Breaking
William Hallett; Silver Speed Breaking, Silver Sparring
Oscar Harley; Gold Sparring x 2
Adrian Hill; Gold Pair Poomsae, Gold Speed Breaking
Charlie Hill; Gold Pair Poomsae, Gold Speed Breaking, Silver Sparring
Josh Jensen; Gold Speed Breaking, Silver Sparring x 2
Zac Jensen; Gold Speed Breaking, Silver Sparring, Gold Sparring
Dane Kusch; Silver Speed Breaking, Gold Sparring
Eric Li; Bronze Speed Breaking, Bronze Sparring
Griffin Ross; Silver Poomsae, Bronze Speed Breaking
Nathanael Vitnell; Silver Sparring.
Councilman Glen Dunkley represented Ryan Palmer to present the awards.
Ron would like to congratulate all students and competitors for trying their best to make this championship another success.