Athletes will come from all over Australia to compete at the South Coast Taekwondo Open Championships in Nowra | South Coast Registry


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Athletes will come from all over Australia to compete in the South Coast Taekwondo Championships in Nowra, which will showcase some of the country’s best sporting talent. The championships will take place at the Shoalhaven Indoor Sports Centre, with competitors vying for medals and prize money. COVID-19 has been a major hurdle for Eclipse Taekwondo, and for 7th Dan Head Instructor and Event Organizer Dale Bryce, it’s a welcome sight to see the event on the horizon. “COVID has wreaked havoc on the taekwondo community over the past three years. We have only been able to hold two real competitions in the past two years,” he said. “We have very excited teams from all over Australia for this event which should be nothing short of amazing and will be a spectacle of the sport here in our backyard.” Mr. Bryce and his team at Eclipse Taekwondo have hosted three hugely successful tournaments in the past and, a few years after the last one, Mr. Bryce feels this event is about to be nothing short of sensational. Mr. Bryce has been involved in the sport for over 30 years and has had the opportunity to travel the world as part of Team Australia. Today his passion is to see Eclipse Taekwondo thrive in South Nowra alongside Head Coach Tim Parks. “We have a great team around us who help instill not only passion for the sport, but who provide positive morals and values ​​not only through the sport of taekwomdo but also through our leadership program,” said he declared. Mr. Bryce truly believes that the sport has something for everyone and encourages the community to participate in the event. “Taekwondo is a high-energy sport with fast kicks that make for thrilling viewing. Spectators can expect high-energy, high-level competition,” he said. “Anyone with even the slightest interest in martial arts should come check it out. It’s only $10 to get in and you won’t be disappointed.” Eclipse Taekwondo in the words of Mr Bryce “has a great following and is a real family environment”, they encourage anyone who is interested to reach out, the club offers lessons from age four upwards on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays . “We call it our Eclipse family and that family continues to grow every week.” The weekend will be split into different events, with the Black Belt pool first starting at 3pm on Saturday 5 and continuing into the evening. The color belt contest will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday. For more information on the upcoming event and the club in general, visit https://eclipsetkd.com.au

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