2016 Pan Pac Gold Coast

November 10th, 2016

2016-pan-pac-a

2017/2018 Xmas Break

December 3rd, 2017

oryo Taekwondo Centre
* 2017 / 2018 Christmas New Year Break *

Craigieburn. College (Thursday Night)
Last Class in 2017 *14th December * First Class in 2018 * 1st February
Kukkiwon CompetitionTraining. January 6.30pm to 8.00pm* 4th /11th /18th /25th January 2018

Craigieburn. Primary School (Saturday Morning)
Last Class in 2017 * 2nd December * First Class in 2018 *3rd February.
Kukkiwon Competition Training. 9.30am to 11.00am 6th /13th /20th January 2018

Roxburgh Park. Good Samaritan (Monday Night)
Last Class in 2017 * 11th December * First Class in 2018 * 22nd January

Roxburgh Park. Good Samaritan (Tuesday Night)
Last Class in 2017 * 12th December * First Class in 2018 * 30th January
Kukkiwon Competition Training. 6.30pm to 8.00pm 9th /16th/ 23rd January 2018

Wallan. Wallan Primary School
Last Class in 2017 * 7th December * First Class in 2018 * 7th February

Broadmeadows.
Last Class in 2017 * 13th December * First Class in 2018 * 31st January (Wednesday)
First Class in 2018 * 2nd February (Friday)

Last Grading at Craigieburn. Saturday9th December 2017
Last Grading at Shepparton. Sunday 10th December 2017

Trophy & Xmas Present night will be held on Tuesday 12th December from 6.30pm to 9pm at the Good Samaritan Primary School.

The Koryo Instructors and Staff would like to wish you all a Very Safe and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Web Page http://koryotaekwondo.com.au/
Email No: russellrobertwood@outlook.com * Ph: 03 93086019 / 0405659684

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Koryo Taekwondo2017 Dan Grading

November 26th, 2017

2017 dan grading K2017 dan grading D2017 dan grading T2017 Dan GradingIt was a great hounor to grade David Vernon 6th Dan, Kristy Busuttil 6th Dan and Troy Henson 5th Dan at todays Dan grading in Narre Warren. All 3 of these Instructors displaied a high level of Taekwondo and Weapon skils. I also need to thank Rebecca Delia who is one of Koryo Taekwondo Centres Instructors for assisting me at the grading today along with Ray Povh and Tim Huggins..

Australian Taekwondo

November 22nd, 2017

Received the following from Australian Taekwondo.
Dear Head Instructors and Club Owners

We have received advice from the WTF that modifications to allow clubs to renew their own WTF licences will be finalised by the end of the month.

Please do not send in any WTF licence applications to admin. Once the system has been updated we will send out advice to all Instructors and Club Owners about how the process will operate going forward.

Regards

Hugh

Hugh Eagling
Administration

Australian Taekwondo

November 21st, 2017

2017 Bev 1

Our Koryo team from Melbourne showing off their medals and trophies after competing in the 2107 Bev Walker Trophy .

2017 Bev Walker 42017 Bev Walker Team

Kukkiwon Certificate

November 21st, 2017

Our very talented Instructor Rebecca receiving her much deserved 3rd Dan Kukkiwon Certificate.2017 Rebecca 3rd

2017 Koryo Taekwondo Centre

September 19th, 2017

 

2017 Koryo CompKoryo Taekwondo Centres Sparring and Poomsae Competition for Yellow and Blue Belts.
Students and parents were very please to see this competition organised for White, Yellow and Blue Belts as it gave these students the opportunity to gain valuable experience on the mat. The Koryo Centre at Shepparton is an ideal venue for this type of competition as we were able to run 2 full size courts for Sparring and Poomsae.
We would like to thank all our organisers, judges, referee’s and parents for bring their children to Shepparton to compete.

2017 World Taekwondo Culture Expo in South Korea.

September 19th, 2017

A TAEKWONDO club in Hume has a knack for kicking its way to glory.

The Koryo Taekwondo Club, which trains in Craigieburn and Roxburgh Park, won 24 medals recently at the

The 14 competitors, aged from seven to 76, won 14 gold, five silver and five bronze between them in the poomsae (pattern of defence-and-attack motions) and sparring divisions.2017 Hume Leader

The expo was a family affair with four mothers competing alongside their children.

Club founder and Grandmaster Russell Wood, 76, lead the demonstration team and picked up silver in the Amatch poomsae.

Mr Wood said the club’s dominant performance had nothing to do with luck.

“It all comes down to hard work and discipline,” he said.

“I try to impart my years of experience and I get them to go to training seminars to perfect their techniques.”

Mr Wood said the club encouraged the parents and children to train together.

At the expo, the Delia family won the most gold medals in the team.

Mum and black belt Rebecca and her two daughters, blue belt Letischa, 11, and yellow belt Shiloh, 7, achieved two golds each.

Mr Wood said to have one family win six Gold medals in Sparring and Poomsae was “extraordinary”.

2017 Koryo Taekwondo Centre

September 17th, 2017

2017 koryo comp 12017 Koryo CompKoryo Taekwondo Centres Sparring and Poomsae Competition for Yellow and Blue Belts.
Students and parents were very please to see this competition organised for White, Yellow and Blue Belts as it gave these students the opportunity to gain valuable experience on the mat. The Koryo Centre at Shepparton is an ideal venue for this type of competition as we were able to run 2 full size courts for Sparring and Poomsae.
We would like to thank all our organisers, judges, referee’s and parents for bring their children to Shepparton to compete.

Australian Taekwondo Victoria

August 31st, 2017

Australian Taekwondo Victoria

Selection Championships

Sunday 3rd September 2017

Sparring Schedule

7.15am Doors Open/Registration

7.30am Referees / Judges/ Coaches registration and meetings – Coaches cards given out at this time only

7.30am Youth Colour Belts – Arrive

8:00am Youth Colour Belts – Competition Start

9:00am Youth Black, Cadet Colour Belts – Arrive

9:30am Youth Black, Cadet Colour Belts– Competition Start

10:30am Cadet Black Belts – Arrive

11:00am Cadet Black Belts – Competition Start

12pm-12.30pm Lunch

1:00pm Junior Black & Colour Belts – Arrive

1:30pm Junior Black & Colour Belts – Competition Start

3:00pm Open & Ultra Black & Colour Belts – Arrive

3:30pm Open & Ultra Black & Colour Belts – Competition Start

4:00pm-4:30pm Break

All times are approximate

Sparring Please Note:

a) ALL competitors and coaches must have their AT Registration Card or proof of registration before competing/coaching.

b) All players must have their own Daedo e-Socks where possible. All age groups and belts will need E socks but we have made provisions for athletes without.

c) Player Cards may be collected in the foyer on arrival. – Coaches’ cards will only be given out at the coaches meeting at 7.30am

d) The Draw will be uploaded on www.peopleinaction.net.au Friday 1st September.

Please Note: The Draw will not be available for purchase in the venue. Please download your own copy.

e) It has been bought to our attention that some clubs are not currently registered with AT. Any athlete who is a member of an unregistered club will automatically forfeit their place at the Nationals.

Eligibility for Nationals: ALL top 4 medallists in all red and blue belt divisions will qualify for the Victorian team

for the 2017 National Championships in the divisions in which they medalled.

All black belt athletes who compete at the Selection Championships will also qualify

for the Victorian team in any division. No qualification is required for self-defence or

board breaking divisions at the National Championships.

 

A.T Letter (Coaches)

August 22nd, 2017

Dear Club Owners and Head Instructors 

The process for AT Club Talent Coach Accreditation has now been finalised.
AT have now moved the application process online. Please click the link below to go to the online club talent coach application screen. 

https://austkd.com.au/courses/ 

Please read all documentation carefully before you begin an application. 

The redevelopment of Australian Taekwondo (AT) NCAS Coach Education framework now provides a pathway for experienced and new coaches to attain a Club Talent Coach accreditation.

Coaches with previous STA, TA or OTU qualifications can apply for a Recognition of Current Competency (RCC) and be accredited as an NCAS Club Talent Coach. 

New coaches may also apply online. New applicants must have completed 50 hours of club coaching and 10 hours of mentored competition coaching. This must be signed off by an Instructor who has obtained a Club Talent Coach accreditation. Please use the form available form the online application screen if you require this form. 

Note:

  • Make sure you have all documentation together prior to attempting the application process. You will not be able to finalise application that are incomplete.
  • Please be patient when finalising an application. It will take several minutes to finalise while your documents are uploaded.
  • All applications will now be done through the online process. 

Regards

Hugh

Hugh Eagling
Administration