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Praise for PK's medal winners

Posted: 4pm 02 Jun 2021

PK Taekwondo now has 36 new medals, from State and Oceania competitions, at its North Lakes base.

Many were from the Australian Taekwondo Qld (ATQ) Open at the new $15 million indoor sports arena at South Pine Sports Complex, Brendale.

Others came from an online competition run by World Taekwondo Oceania with entrants submitting videos which were then assessed by international-level judges

The online event was set-up when COVID stopped international travel. PK Taekwondo Head Instructor Kangho Park said: “Our team performed so well.”

Medal winners

WTO (World Taekwondo Oceania) Online competition - Flying Side kick

Gold medals: Yvette Boyama, Evan Han, Hazel Han, Eleanor Gray, Aeryn Bay.

Silver medals: Liz Park, Ezekiel Aguillon.

Bronze medals: Jeffrey Park, Jayden Florance, Amal Warakaulle, Daham Warakaulle

ATQ State Open

Gold medals: Jeffrey Park, Moe Nyunt, Yvette Boyama, Eleanor Gray, Pauline Boyama, Jeff Florance, Sean Pan, Daham Warakaulle, Amal Warakaulle, Hazel Han (2 golds), Ezekiel Aguillon (2 golds), Evan Han (2 golds).

Silver medals: Liz Park, Haylee Kim, Aeryn Bay (2 silvers), Min Nyunt (3 silvers), Yvette Boyama, Terang Kim, Evan Han.

Bronze medals: Liz Park, Moe Nyunt.

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