March pair power to silverware success at British Tae Kwon-Do Championships

14:00 01 December 2012

Kerry Russ and David Earlham show off their silverware.

Kerry Russ and David Earlham show off their silverware.

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MARCH martial arts stars Kerry Russ and David Earlham show off their silverware after a stunning performance at the British Tae Kwon-Do Championships.

Earlham powered his way to second place in the men’s black belt sparring while Russ took third in the ladies’ green belt sparring.

More than 1,500 competitors and about 500 officials attended the championships in Coventry - the biggest of the Tae Kwon-Do calendar.

The Mark Farnham School of Tae Kwon-Do had 60 students competing in the event.

Farnham said: “To win any award at this event is a very serious achievement, so very well done to both of these students.”

For more information on the Tae Kwon-Do school contact Farnham on 07771 644460 or visit www.mftkd.co.uk

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