The Singapore Taekwondo Federation (STF) will be conducting open selection trials for the following international competitions.
– 5th Commonwealth Taekwondo Championships
(28 to 31 January 2011, Chennai, India)
– 15th Asian Cities Gold Cup Taekwondo Championships
(11 to 13 February 2011, Hong Kong, China)
The selection (kyorugi only) details are as follows.
Date : Sunday, 17 October 2010
Venue : STF National Training Centre
Block 80 Lorong Limau
Time : Weigh-in – 12.00pm
Trial – 1.00pm
All affiliates are invited to participate in the open trials.
Participants (senior – born in 1993 or earlier & junior – born in 1994, 1995, 1996 or 1997) must be SINGAPORE CITIZENS and members of affiliates of the STF.
Please fill in the attached form and submit it to the Secretariat by Friday, 15 October 2010. We reserve the right not to accept late submission. There is no limit to the number of players you can field.
Registered players for the trials are to report at the STF National Training Centre by 12.00pm for weigh-in.Players shall be considered for the category based on their actual weight on that day of the weigh-in and not according to the weight submitted in the form as we do not want to disqualify any players. No weight allowance will be given.
Shortlisted players will be required to fulfill the training requirements of at least 12 hours per week to qualify for the final selection which is scheduled to be held in December 2010.
Shortlisted players will also be identified for the 26th SEA Games taekwondo event to be held in November 2011 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The panel of selectors will comprise any 3 of the following senior technical members.
– Mr Lim Teong Chin
– Mr Steven Soh
– Mr Chin Khee Shin
– Mr RA Jeyaraman
– Mr Lee Thiam Poh
– Mr Tan Kok Heng
The selection trial and player’s undertaking forms are attached. The player’s undertaking forms must be signed by parents for players under the age of 21 years old. Players will not be allowed to participate in the trials if they do not comply with the administrative requirements.
The trials would be open for observation by participants and their accompanying coaches only.