Taekwondo Central Return With A “Pot Of Gold” Medals From 2012 Australian Championships

8 Gold & 3 Bronze won from team of 5

2012 Taekwondo Olympian Safwan Khalil with 2012 Under 18 Jnr Champion Jayme-Lee Smith

Centrals Amazing 14 year old Jayme-Lee Smith was most impressive
being the under 53kg U/18 Champion in 2011, JL moved up to the
under 59kg  U/18 division and was matched up in a division that had
the 2011 Champion & The 2011 Jnr World Championship Representative
Jayme-Lees Speed was just too quick for her opponents winning her final
and taking the goldJayme-Lee has now been selected represent Australia at the Oceania Championships
held later in the year at the Gold Coast Queensland, she has a great Takwondo future ahead of her

Jake Klumpp at 18 found himself in a very tough adult open for the first
time since he moved up from under 18’s. To add to it, it was the largest division at the Australian Championships
with 17 black belt men nominating for the division
The Taekwondo Central Instructor put in a fantastic effort winning bronze in his international division that
included a fighter from the USA, Turkey & Papua New Guinea. A combination of well placed kicks, solid defence
and a strong attitude did Jake well

Chloe Wild put in a great result
with a 2 Gold, 1 Bronze in patterns and then backed that up 2 days later
with a Bronze in Sparring in her Red Belt division

Maeve McNulty in her first nationals experience pulled a double gold effort
competing also in Poomsae for the Red Belt Division

Christopher Guy won 3 gold throughout the competiton taking out
Patterns, Creative patterns and an uncontested gold in sparring
to bring home a big result

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  1. jayme – lee and justin.what a team. We are so proud of you both. Thankyou to jake and jaz 4 all your help with jayme- lee. You 3 have helped her to get where she is xox……………….

  2. what a team.jayme – lee an justin are the best.thankyou to jake an jaz 4 helping to get jayme-lee here xox

  3. chloe wild (wild family) says

    thank you to all the team for helping get chloe to the championship in queensland, and what a great effort by all that competed, the wild family are so proud of you all, and are happy to be part of a great club 🙂

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