``Cup of CIS 2018`` in Kazakhstan
The Kazakhstan National Federation of Traditional Taekwon-Do, member of ITF HQ Korea [Dojang KZ-10051-D] cordially invites Taekwon-Do practitioners to the Open International Tournament ” CUP of CIS 2018″ that will be held on 24 – 25, February, 2018 in Astana, Alatau Sports Palace, Tauyelsizdik, 1 Kazakhstan.
The tournament will be conducted in accordance with the rules of the International Taekwon-Do Federation and has the following goals:
- popularization and development of Taekwon-do,
- increase the level of sportsmanship of leading athletes;
- determination of the level of work in the regions of the country;
- promotion of a healthy lifestyle, involving children and youth in physical education and sports,
- distraction from smoking, alcoholism and drug addiction;
- education of tolerant relations between people of different nationalities,
- strengthening of interregional and international relations,
- Summing up the results of the development of Taekwon-do ITF in Kazakhstan over the past year.
The organizing committee consist of the following members and will provide assistance to all interested participants.
Chairman of the Organizing Committee – Abenov Yerlan Zhanbirbaevich
Chief Referee of the tournament – Abenov Nurlan Zhanbirbaevich
Chairman of the Credentials Committee – Hasenova Asel Viktorovna
Chairman of the Executive Committee – Abenova Aliya Kuatbekovna
Member of the Executive Committee – Pagay Anna Yakovlevna
For more detailed information, please contact the organizers via email: email@example.com
WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO SEE YOU IN KAZKHSTAN IN FEBRUARY
Invitation for the 2018 Battle of the Bridge Children & Youth Championships
Preparation and Black Belt Testing in Malaysia (ITF HQ Korea)
Selected Candidates for Black Belt Grading are required to undergo 8-day preparatory training from 20th to 28th December. Training has been conducted at AMAAL Dojang. This exercise emphasizes physical aspects by focusing on stamina and endurance development, the aspect of perfection for patterns, Self Defense and strengths for breaking items.
Training for these candidates has been monitored by senior instructors,mostly 4th Degree so, that the required standard can be achieved.
Relaxing sessions are also available to them by going on rafting and city tours.
The flash mob and demonstrations in the crowd by the candidates in the center of the city were also made to give them confidence.
Centralized Black Belt Grading
The day of the Grading was the 31st December 2017 at the Podium Hall, Ministry of Youth and Sports Malaysia Tower. Although the candidates were ready but they were also nervous for this grading session. The grading session was run with 3 stations simultaneously. The use of “Grading Electronic System” was very helpful and facilitated fair scoring.
All grading scoring requirements have been set as Fitness test, Fundamental techniques, Patterns, Sparring (3,2,1 & Free), Self Defense and Breaking.
Session ended at 6:00 pm with Testimonials and transcription presentations to candidates. Overall all passed and the program was run successfully. CONGRATULATION to all newly awarded candidates.
The International Taekwon-Do Federation Headquarters, Korea is pleased to announce that the Tiger Life Skills Education, a children’s development program has been officially accepted as the part of the ITF HQ Korea education system offered to children between the age of 2 and 6. The Tiger in Korea is a symbol of the Korean people and Korean culture. It is regarded as a guardian against evil spirits and a sacred creature that brings good luck. It is also a symbol of courage and absolute power. Therefore, we can say with confidence that this program will not only contribute to the greater development of children in Korea and around the world, but will also promote the spirit of Korea and Taekwon-Do
It is at this time of the year that we reflect on what has passed.
Since the death of General Choi Hong Hi in 2002, here in the birthplace of Taekwon-Do we have been rebuilding the Art initially established by the Founder.
We organized the first ITF World Championship in Korea in 2004, and subsequently two more in 2008 & 2010 that were held in conjunction with Taekwondo Festivals.
Every year since 2011 we have been bringing Taekwondoists from all of the World to follow in the footsteps of the significant figures and events that are associated with the patterns that are such a core part of Taekwon-Do through our Tul Tour Taekwon-Do & Cultural Training programs.
Consequently, our membership has grown rapidly with many groups and individuals from all styles of Taekwon-Do joining our Federation. We are now establishing our offices in the new Administrative Government Center of Korea, Sejong City.
This exciting development allows us to reinvigorate our training programs and offer Seminars and International Instructor Courses in Korea and around the World. More than 10 Tul Tour Programs have been already organized for 2017 and 2018.
We will hold our first Open World Championships in the wonderful European country of the Netherlands in September 2017. Already many groups that have not been able to participate together in the past have confirmed their attendance.
ITF HQ-Korea is dedicated to bringing together all practitioners who follow the teachings of General Choi Hong Hi under the motto “One spirit – One Force – One ITF” in its homeland.
Blessings to You and Your family over this Holiday Season.
In the true spirit of Taekwon-Do.
Oh Chang Jin
International Taekwon-Do Federation, Headquarters Korea.
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