Flying the flag at GB TKD championships
PUBLISHED: 11:00 31 October 2008 | UPDATED: 11:32 17 June 2010
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IMOGEN Hudson-Clayton and Aaron Witheridge competed at the Tae kwon-Do Association of Great Britain Silver Jubilee British Championships.
IMOGEN Hudson-Clayton and Aaron Witheridge competed at the Tae kwon-Do Association of Great Britain Silver Jubilee British Championships. This 25th anniversary event saw the largest number of competitors ever, a staggering 1,750 take part.The event, staged at the prestigious Nottingham Arena, was a spectacle of martial arts, with special area team events, and individual demonstrations from the top members of the association,Imogen and Aaron both train at the Sidmouth TAGB Tae kwon-Do School, and competed in the sparring and patterns events.Aaron just missed out on a medal by 0.1 of a mark and Imogen taking bronze in the ladies' pattern sectionTheir instructor Guy Southard, 4th Degree black belt, says of the competition: "This was always going to be a spectacular event, but to see the arena floor laid out with 18 rings; all running from 9.30am to gone 9pm is really quite a mind blowing experience."I'm very proud of them for taking part. They are regular competition goers and for them to be taking part in what must be the largest martial art circuit in the UK, and regularly doing so well, speaks volumes about their commitment and level of training."They are accomplished not only in the sport side of the art but also the technical discipline which builds mental and moral fibre."l For information about the TAGB and it's schools please contact Guy on on 07771 863890. BEST OF FRIENDS: Imogen and .