Newsletter Newsletter 2/2015 Gadzała siblings won the Polish Junior Championship
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Newsletter 2/2015
Gadzała siblings won the Polish Junior Championship

The 24th Polish Junior Taekwon-Do Championship was held on June 12th – 13th, 2015 in the sport hall in Rybnik (South-Poland). The main organizer was Mr. Rafal Poleszak the head coach of the Rybnicki Taekwon-Do Club “Feniks-Arete”. 127 competitors from 39 schools took part in that event.

The main characters of the championships were the competitors of MKS Lewart AGS Lubartów Club coached by Master Jerzy Jedut and Mr. Jarosław Suska. Their pupils got first place in both medals and points classification for schools.

In the point medal classification for schools MKS Lewart AGS Lubartów Club got 102 points.

The second place went to the Gdański Taekwon-Do Club. The juniors coached by Mr. Marcin Wołosz won 76 points.

The athletes from the Wroclaw Sport Taekwon-Do Club, coached by Mr. Adam Alenowicz won third place and 75 points.

In the general schools medal classification also three schools got to the winners podium.

1.Miejski Klub Sportowy "Lewart" AGS Lubartów4 2 0
2. Gdański Klub Taekwon-do Gdańsk 3 0 3
3.Lubelski Sportowy Klub Taekwon-do Lublin 2 0 1

See the results (PDF, 78,5 kB) of the 24th Polish Junior Taekwon-Do Championships.

The best female competitor became Ms. Zuzanna Gadzała from MKS Lewart AGS Lubartów Club, with 2 gold and 1 silver medal. Her brother, Mr. Jakub Gadzała from MKS Lewart AGS Lubartów Club won 2 gold medals and became best male junior competitor. Both competitors are current members of the Polish Junior National Team.

Zuzanna and Jakub Gadzałowie the best Championship competitors

The Polish Junior Championships were held on very high technical level in all divisions of patterns, sparring and special techniques. The domination of the members of the Polish National Team was very clear and confirmed that the National Coaches took the right decisions.

More photos from this event made by Master Jerzy Jedut can be seen under the link


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