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  • From quiet and shy to Taekwondo national champion

    By Cheryl Tay | Yahoo Newsroom – Fri, May 8, 2015   His parents signed him up for Taekwondo when he was six, hoping the sport would help the quiet child become more confident. “I was a very quiet and shy boy,” admitted the now 24-year-old Jason Tan.  “So my parents put me into a Taekwondo class at the RC, hoping that it Read More
  • Record Breaking Feat by 1,400 students

    To promote sportsmanship among young Taekwondo exponents, NESTLÉ KOKO KRUNCH Junior Taekwondo Championship kick-started its 10th edition by setting a new record in the Singapore Book of Records today. In collaboration with the Singapore Taekwondo Federation (STF), 1,400 Taekwondo students from Edgefield Secondary School gathered to create a human formation of the SG50 logo to mark Singapore’s Golden Jubilee. The Read More
  • Gold for Rui Jie & Chelsea

    Kang Rui Jie and Chelsea Sim struck gold again at the 2015 US Open which was held from 20 to 25 January 2015 in Orlando, Florida.     The golden pair beat former world champion Kang Suji and her partner to 2nd place in a nail-biting final showdown.  In the run-up to the final, Rui Jie and Chelsea thrashed the Read More
  • Sim wants gold to repay faith

    SINGAPORE — Many believed Chelsea Ann Sim was robbed of a gold medal at the 2013 South-east Asian (SEA) Games in Myanmar, when after putting in a solid performance in the women’s poomsae, she was controversially beaten to the top spot by local girl Yamin K Khine — who was clearly not up to the mark — which led to an outcry from Read More
  • “Friends of Councils" Award

    The Singapore Taekwondo Federation (STF) was awarded the Singapore Schools Sports Council (SSSC) Anniversary “Friends of Councils” Award 2014 on Wednesday 29 October 2014 at the Orchid Country Club. It was in recognition of the strong partnership of STF with SSSC in the last 4 years. The STF was pleasantly surprised to receive the award as it was appreciative of Read More
  • Age is No Barrier

    Johnny Ang Yow Hua, 78, and Wong See Fook, 83, proved that taekwondo is a sport of life. Besides honing their skills regularly by themselves, they enjoyed training with members of TEAMgOLD every Sunday at the National Training Centre. At their advanced age, they inspired many of the other younger participants with their energy and enthusiasm during training. Most of Read More
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