TAE Kwon Do cadet Christopher Le has won a Bronze medal at the British Tae Kwon Do Championships, the biggest national competition in the UK.

The year 11 King’s Ely student came third in the Light-Heavy Weight division, despite being the youngest competitor in the category, which he had entered for the first time. Christopher had to fight three 17 to 18 year-old second-dan black belt opponents, one of whom he beat in four rounds in the quarter finals, losing to the eventual champion after three impressive rounds in the semi-finals.

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-family: Calibri;”>Christopher’s Housemaster at King’s Ely, James Robinson said: “This is a fantastic achievement. Christopher always studies really hard in the hope to achieve A/A*in all of his GCSEs and his dream is to become a King’s Scholar. He continues to make such a positive impact here at King’s Ely so I am pleased he still makes the time for Tae Kwon Do on top of all his other activities.”

The event took place at the Skydome Arena in Coventry and was organised by the Tae Kwon Do Association of Great Britain (TAGB), Europe’s largest single martial arts organisation, with over 20,000 members training in over 600 clubs throughout the UK.

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