Agility and Sportsmanship

A total of 790 participants from Perak, Kelantan, Kuala Lumpur and Selangor displayed the precision, speed and power of their strikes while observing a high degree of etiquette in the 7th Martial Arts Taekwondo Championship held at the Leong Wan Chin Hall on Sunday, March 27.

Co-organised by the Perak Taekwondo Association (MGTF), the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Ministry of Education, the categories competed in the annual championship were individual pattern, individual sparring and team pattern.

During the opening ceremony, there was a self-defense demonstration with different scenarios involving opponents bearing sticks and knives. Another crowd favourite was the board-breaking routine.

“MGTF is a very active association which has received the ‘Anugerah Persatuan Cemerlang’ from the Perak Youth and Sports Department for three years continuously. Last year, MGTF got into the Malaysia Book of Records for breaking the most number of planks,” lauded Professor Dato’ Seri Paduka DiRaja Grandmaster Sabree Salleh, the founder of Malaysian Global Taekwondo Federation who has been in the art for 53 years.

Present was Daniel Wa Wai How, representing the Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry, Dato’ Lee Chee Leong.

“In the upcoming World Taekwondo Championship to be held in the UK, there would be 11 participants from Perak, out of which seven are females,” Khoo Bu Leong, the Chairman of MGTF stated proudly.

List of winners:

Athletes with Potential under 12:
Haarisivarthan (G.Fist, Taekwon-do Academy)
Loh Ying Shan (SJK C Kg Tawas, Ipoh)

Athletes with Potential under 16:
Mok Jin Ming (Kanthan Baru, Chemor)
Chen Zhi Shan (SMJK Poi Lam, Ipoh)

Athlete with Potential 17 and above:
Lim Pui Yee (Buntong, Ipoh)

Result by Centre:
1st: Pusing Centre
2nd: SMJK Poi Lam, Ipoh
3rd: SJK (C) Kg Tawas, Ipoh

Mei Kuan

Show More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button