152 competitors are registered for the VTA competition this Sunday. You can see the breakdown of categories on the competition website https://visiontkdcomps.co.uk/
On the 6th May Vision Taekwon-Do Association held it’s annual seminar in Crowborough, East Sussex. This year was a special celebration as it was 50 years of TKD in the UK and 10 years of the Vision Taekwon-Do Association. As in the previous few years the format was 3 hours of TKD for the kids and 6 hours for the adults plus an extra hour and a half for the black belts. Continue reading Vision seminar 2017
A few months ago Master Lear was interviewed for the huge martial arts magazine Martial Arts Illustrated. You can now read the full article here!
Vision had 8 competitors make up part of the England team for the European Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria last month. Although a new look team with lots of people making their first appearance in an England dobok the team did well and have created an exciting platform to launch their challenge at the World Championships in Ireland later this year. Continue reading Vision competitors at the Euro’s
This years VTA seminar will be on the 6th May in Crowborough. You can download the entry form here and then return to your instructor.
The seminar is free to members and is a great opportunity to train with different instructors. Last years seminar had 180 participants and covered breaking, sparring, self defence and kicking.
The event was hosted by Mr Steve Lobley who acted as the Master of Ceremonies and ensured the evening ran smoothly. After a brief introduction the awards began with the overall winners of each age category from the 2016 Vision League Competitions. Mr Dunn presented each winner with a trophy as follows: Continue reading Vision Awards Night
On 5th January 2017 Master Tom Denis conducted a grading in Redhill for Mr Dunn. The grading consisted of various colour belt and black belt patterns from each grade including both 5th degree patterns, one of which is 72 movements. Continue reading Mr Dunn is promoted to 6th degree