Bath SKY Olympic Taekwondo is an official member of British Taekwondo, the Governing Body for World Taekwondo (WT) in the United Kingdom. British Taekwondo is a member of the WT, British Olympic Association (BOA), the European Taekwondo (ETU) and recognised by UK Sport, the government agency for High Performance Sport as well as Sport England, as the National Governing Body for WT Taekwondo in the United Kingdom.
Bath SKY Olympic Taekwondo is based at the prestigious Bath University Sports Training Village. The club is friendly, professional and open to adults and children from 10 year old.
The club teaches Olympic style Taekwondo in a safe and enjoyable class environment, following a national curriculum. Taekwondo promotes personal unity; the ability to achieve personal growth and improvement throughout life, using the guiding principles within this martial art.
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BATH SKY Olympic TAEKWONDO
Abdul Razak Alhallak, 4th Dan, certified British Taekwondo instructor, has competing at international level since 2005 winning numerous Gold medals. Head of the leading Taekwondo Academy in Alexandria (Egypt) for 6 years. Syrian Team Coach in 2021 in the Asian qualification tournament for Tokyo Olympics 2020 and Head of the Syrian Self Defence Federation as delegated by the World Taekwondo federation (2019).
Luca De Matteis, 3rd Dan, certified British Taekwondo instructor, got his Black Belt in 1990 from Grand Master Park Sun Jae. He competed at national level in Italy between 1989 and 1992 and has been teaching Taekwondo since 1993. He was a former student of Korean Master, 7th Dan, Suh Ki Young.
Laurence Dale, 1st Dan certified British Taekwondo instructor, began training 14 years ago first in the ITF style of Taekwondo. During university study in Sports Science, Laurence trained under Master Suh Ki Young - competing locally and internationally. Laurence enjoys teaching with a focus towards competition whilst promoting the discipline and traditional values of the martial arts.
Alfred Perera began his journey in Martial Arts in Aikido in 1990 in Oxford and moved to train with Master Derek Sumner 7th Dan at Livingwell Taekwondo, Horley , Surrey in 2012. He was awarded Black Belt through British Taekwondo in 2016 and has attained further qualifications through Kukkiwon in South Korea where he is registered as 3rd Dan Black Belt.