Australian Masters Games Taekwondo

Australian Masters Games Taekwondo

Masters Games

Thank you to all those who  supported the 2019 Australian Masters Games Taekwondo, held in Adelaide Saturday 12th October.

The event was a huge success with participants from all walks of Taekwondo, from across Australia and New Zealand taking part in the true spirit of martial arts.

Contested events included International Tul (ITF style), World Poomsae (WT style), Sparring International (ITF style), Sparring World (WT style), Team Demonstration and Creative Forms / Patterns.

New friendships were made, old friendships were rekindled and lots of great Taekwondo action to boot, no pun intended.

A huge appreciation to all those who supported and particularly those who volunteered their time to act as officials on the day.

See you all again soon I am sure.

Tournament Organizer, Master Michael Muleta

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Full Results

WT Poomsae Women 30 -39 Black belts

1st – Jessica Matsumoto-Noack

2nd – Rebecca Warhurst

 

WT Poomsae Women 40 -49 Black Belts

1st – Indira  Setia Putri

2nd – Elizabeth Beck

3rd – Jane Estrella

 

WT Poomsae Women Gups 40-49

1st –  Justine Hauser

2nd –  Amanda De Ieso

 

WT Poomsae Women 50-59 Black Belts

1st – Alona Loria

2nd – Jutta Giggenbach

 

WT Poomsae Men 30-39 Black Belts

1st – Andrew McCreight

 

WT Poomsae Men 30-39 Gups

1st – Cher Liang  Tay

2nd –  Charles Lang-Ashe

 

WT Poomsae Men 40+ Black Belts

1st –  Dang Nguyen

2nd – Phillip  Zdybel

3rd –  Leon Reemst

 

Creative Patterns

1st – Tien  Pham

 

WT Team Poomsae

1st – Alona Loria; Jane Estrella ; Justine Hauser

 

Team Demonstration

1st –  Alona Loria; Jane Estrella ; Justine Hauser

 

ITF Team Patterns

1st – Tim Telcik; Cher Liang Tay;Tania Nicholl

2nd – Debbie Grasso, Matthew Currie, Tommie Sandiman

3rd – Tracy Russell, Kara Taylor, Danelle Chappell

 

ITF Patterns Women 30-39 Gups

1st – Danelle King

2nd – Tracy Russell

3rd – Kara Taylor

 

ITF Patterns Mixed Gups

1st – Debbie Grasso

2nd – Grant Sibley

 

ITF Patterns Men 30-39 Black Belts

1st –  Cher Liang Tay

2nd – Tom Foggo

3rd – Mathew Currie

ITF Patterns Men 40+

1st – Kerry McEvoy

2nd – Robert Wuttke

3rd – Tim Telcik

 

ITF Patterns Men 50+

1st – Tommie Sandiman

2nd – Darren Herpich

3rd – Phillip  Zdybel

 

WT Women’s sparring  red/black  (under 70kgs)

1st – Ivana Popovic Deslandes

2nd – Indira Setia Putri

3rd – Rebecca Warhurst

 

WT Sparring  Women 50-59 Black belt 70+

1st – Mandy Raeburn

2nd – Kate Bragg

 

WT Sparring  Women’s Gups 70kg+

1st – Amanda De Loso

2nd – Laura Pain

 

WT Sparring Male Black Under 70kg

1st – Allan Bernal

2nd – Cher Liang Tay

3rd – Tien Pham

 

WT Sparring Male Black 70kg +

1st – Evan King

2nd – Mohammad Reza Mohammadi

 

WT Sparring Male Gups 70kg +

1st – Ryan Price

2nd – Shannon Gardner

3rd – Shane Fotheringham

 

WT Sparring Male Black 90kg +

1st – James Marshall

2nd – Christopher Samson

 

WT Sparring Male Gups 80kg +

1st – Frank La Fratta

2nd – John Wallent

 

WT Sparring Men’s over 40’s Black 70kg +

1st – Phill Zdybel

2nd – Januario Lourenco De Oliveira

3rd – Alan Cheng

 

ITF Sparring Men’s under 40 Black Belts

1st – Cher Liang Tay

2nd – Tom Foggo

 

ITF Sparring Men’s Black over 80kgs

1st – Matthew Currie

2nd – Tim Telcik

 

ITF Sparring Men’s over 40 Black Belts (under 70kgs)

1st – Tommie Sandiman

2nd – Allan Bernal

 

ITF Sparring Men over 50 Black (80kgs +)

1st – Ian Fauth

2nd – Phillip Zdybel

 

ITF Sparring Women Over 75kgs Gups

1st – Debbie Grasso

2nd – Tracy Russell

 

ITF Sparring Women Under 75kgs mixed

1st – Mandy Raeburn

2nd – Danelle King

About the Australian Masters Games

The Australian Masters Games is a biennial sporting event that is regarded as one of the premier and largest participation sporting events on the Australian sporting landscape.

The Australian Masters Games provide an occasion to:

  • make the wider community aware of the benefits of sport;
  • encourage and engage the masters sport demographic in ongoing activity that is beneficial to their long term health and wellbeing;
  • encourage a positive active lifestyle in the community that is balanced with social outcome and opportunities;
  • reaffirm with all levels of sports administration the importance of mature-aged sports people who are seeking opportunities to participate; and
  • demonstrate the myriad of attractions of sport: skill, achievement, competition, social interaction, and satisfaction.

The event is open to anyone. The only criteria to compete in the Australian Masters Games is that you must meet the minimum age requirement, which in most sports is 30+ years. It does not impose qualifying standards and welcomes participants from all over the world.

The Australian Masters Games offer participants a wide range of different sports, from softball to athletics to dragon boat to boxing.

This variety of sports on offer provides the opportunity for participants to try a new sport, compete in multiple sports during the week and register as an individual or in a team.

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