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News and upcoming events

Black Belt World Shines at the 2018 Canadian Nationals

Results from the Canadian Taekwondo National Championship!

2018 National Championships Sparring
– 10 Golds
– 11 silvers
– 4 bronzes
– Senior Female MVP
– Senior Male Best Coach!

Poomsae Forms
– Gold 16
– Silver 12
– Bronze 11

We took 14 spots on the team going to the World Taekwondo Championships 2018 for POOMSAE.

We also took 5 out of 8 MVP awards and 1 Best Poomsae coach award

Black Belt World Milton’s – Results

Master Timothy Johl – 2 Golds

Logan Jagdeo – Silver

Cailin Cook – Bronze

Zaida Ahmed – Top 8 Finish

TOTAL

Gold 26
Silver 33
Bronze 15

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2016 Ontario Summer Games

Finally, we are pleased to announce that 3 of our High Performance athletes, Arshia, Cole and Isabella along with Master Shak, have qualified to compete at the Ontario Summer Games for Taekwondo. The Games are an opportunity for young athletes 12 to 17 years old to compete in their respective events against other top athletes from all over Ontario. These Games can be thought of as a mini-Olympics for teenagers.

The Games will be held from August 11-14 at various venues all over Mississauga, with the Opening Ceremonies being held on Thursday, August 11 at the Hershey Centre at 7:00pm. More information can be found at www.osgmississauga.ca . We encourage everyone to come out and support our 3 athletes as they compete for Gold at this prestigious event and represent not only Black Belt World but Milton as well.

Black Belt World Milton’s High Performance Athletes Heading to Korea

Black Belt World Milton’s High Performance athletes and and their coach will be joining the rest of the Black Belt World HPAC (High Performance Athletes and Coaches) Team from across Canada and head to Korea for a summer training camp with the Korean National Team.

Canadian Junior National silver medalists Arshia and Cole along with their coach Master Shak, will be joined by Taekwondo Canada Head Coach and 2016 Rio Olympian Melissa Pagnotta, to make it their third trip to the birthplace of the Korean Martial Art. The two week training camp will consist of 3 to 4 training sessions a day with the Korean National Team and other Rio 2016 Olympians.

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