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Chopping the competition

Back row (left to right): Amanda Carter (silver in sparring and patterns), Tyler Carter (bronze in patterns and sparring), Brett Carter (bronze in sparring), Saint Saran (head instructor), Mollie Paton (bronze in sparring), Vishal Reddy (bronze in sparring and silver in patterns), Terron Bewski (gold in sparring) and Gena Paton (instructor).  Front row (left to right): Dion Arola (bronze in sparring), Liam Arbuckle (silver in sparring), Bowen Arola (silver in sparring). - Submitted photo
Back row (left to right): Amanda Carter (silver in sparring and patterns), Tyler Carter (bronze in patterns and sparring), Brett Carter (bronze in sparring), Saint Saran (head instructor), Mollie Paton (bronze in sparring), Vishal Reddy (bronze in sparring and silver in patterns), Terron Bewski (gold in sparring) and Gena Paton (instructor). Front row (left to right): Dion Arola (bronze in sparring), Liam Arbuckle (silver in sparring), Bowen Arola (silver in sparring).
— image credit: Submitted photo

Kootenay Tae Kwon Do travelled to Kamloops on April 8 to compete in the B.C. Provincial Championship Tournament.

Head instructor Saint Saran took nine competitors to the competition and they came home with 12 medals.

Kootenay Tae Kwon Do will be travelling to Prince George in June for another tournament.

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