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A girl in a local Taekwondo team has just finished her performance on Nguyen Hue Square - Saigon. It was raining the whole time.
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A boy and a beaming girl who are both winners in a regional Taekwondo competition join a long parade held recently in Olongapo City, Zambales, Philippines.
Korean taekwondo training starts young. This is a taekwondo lesson in Seoul.
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A Korean taekwondo athlete poses for photos in Liberty Square, Taipei, Taiwan
Taekwondo Master Black Belt demonstrates an move for the crowd on the parade route.
Rashi won a Gold and Best Player Trophy while Vrisan won a Gold Medal in Teakwondo Championship held last week.
Top: Vrisan in Red and Rashi in Blue Gear.
Roundhouse to the sun! Take that for setting! :0)
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I'll hate to see some of our shorebirds go, especially these animated Sandpipers.
This one posed for me, I"m sure of it ;D
I quite like the way the water in the backdrop looks like oil paint.
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This nine-year-old girl bested several boy-and-girl participants who competed individually in the Poomsae category at the 2017 Regional Inter-School Taekwondo Championship held just recently in Tarlac City, Central Luzon, Philippines.
Poomsae (which is also known as taegeuk, Pumsae or Poomse) is a defined pattern of defense-and-attack techniques used to teach taekwondo. The techniques fall under several forms and each form is taught to a student as he/she goes through the ranks.
In the said competition, the girl was adjudged as the best in the execution of a certain taekwondo form and for her feat she was awarded a gold medal.
Now wearing a red belt with black stripe, she began studying the popular Korean martial arts at her school when she was just seven years old. She goes to a public elementary school at a village in Olongapo City.
Taken in late afternoon sunlight in the municipality of Subic, Zambales, which is adjacent to Olongapo.
Chudo Taekwondo Academy instructor Daniel Gropp, 23, demonstrates a basic on punch Monday, Jan. 28.
Canon 580EXII on strobe setting (forgot the Hz and count) 1/8 power camera left fired by assistant (aka. taekwondo instructor)
Taekwondo Poomsae, en Acción Lizet Rodriguez
Foto: Cristian Alvarez//Coldeportes
Chudo Taekwondo Academy instructor Daniel Gropp, 23, demonstrates a basic kick Monday, Jan. 28 in their new facility on 423 S. Mason St.