WISBECH: talented students are really up for the kup
TWENTY one Wisbech taekwondo students moved up to the next grade at their recent grading session. In the senior belts brothers Ieuan and Aeron Davies passed with flying colours from second to first kup, Richard Ward and Maddison Carter moved up to second
TWENTY one Wisbech taekwondo students moved up to the next grade at their recent grading session.
In the senior belts brothers Ieuan and Aeron Davies passed with flying colours from second to first kup, Richard Ward and Maddison Carter moved up to second kup and Aimee King achieved her third Kup.
Anthony Carter, instructor at the Carter Schools of Taekwondo, said: "This is a fantastic achievement. To achieve their black belts at the Carter school usually takes five to six years of dedication and hard work. These students have worked very hard indeed."
In the middle grades Luke and Kelan Shorten went up from fifth to fourth kup and Nathan Brunton passed from sixth to fifth.
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