Aung San Club wins Rotho Taekwondo Championship 2022

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The Taekwondo fighter (with a blue helmet) lands the high kick on his opponent during the Rotho Taekwondo Championship 2022 held at Thuwunna Taekwondo Training Centre in Yangon on 24 October 2022.  

The Aung San Club won the Rotho Taekwondo Championship 2022 after the end of the competitions in various classes held at Thuwunna Buyong Taekwondo Training Centre in Yangon yesterday.
“About 80 players from our Aung San Club participated in the competition and won the first prize and second prizes in the Taekwondo championship. We also got first prize in the black belt category. We got the second prize in the belt colour level. We had to prepare for about a month. Our club won the championship shield every time we competed. The elite players are usually born in our club. There are SEA Games medalists in our club as well,” said Aung San Club Administrator U Win Maw Tun.
Officials from Myanmar Taekwondo Federation presented awards to the outstanding male and female fighters from attack (Kyorung) and performance (Poomsae) competitions, junior (Cadet) level competitions, and competitions by weight class (kilo), those who have achieved the International Black Belt (Kukki-Won) Dan level and those who have received first, second and third prizes at the green belt to red 1 degrees, best coaches, most progress, most active, most fair play and best player award.
Daw Sanda Shwe, Managing Director of Rotho Company Limited presented seven gold medals, eight silver medals, and six bronze medals to the Shwepyitha Club and seven gold medals, six silver medals, and 13 bronze medals to the Aung San Club and three gold medals, four silver medals, and 12 bronze medals to the YTC Club for Belt Colour Competition.
Next, Myanmar Taekwondo Federation President Dr Mya Han presented 12 gold medals, 14 silver medals, and 18 bronze medals to Aung San Club, six gold medals, one silver medal and four bronze medals to the Dragon Club, three gold medals, three silver medals, and six bronze medals to Sanpya Fighter Club for the Black Belt Level competition.
The competition was held on 22 and 23 October, and more than 350 athletes from 13 clubs participated in it. — Bala Soe/GNLM

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