Kicking with Precision
Spaniard’s Bay martial arts team performs well at competition
The Precision taekwondo in Spaniard’s Bay continues to have impressive results at competitions around the country.
The club’s latest eye-catching performance occurred in Georgetown, Ont., at the 21th annual Battle of the Warriors tournament. An internationalclass event, the tournament featured competitors from all over the world pitting their skills against each other at the Gordon Alcott Arena on May 8.
Precision sent 12 athletes to the event and brought home a basketful of medals. In total, they garnered 13 medals — one gold, seven silver and five bronze.
The strong showing at the Ontario event was preceded by another remarkable performance in St. John’s.
At the Chong Lee Cup, the Precision competition team brought home a whopping 29 medals. That included 13 gold, seven silver and nine bronze.
“As a coach I am and so proud of each and every student who competed at both the tournaments. A lot of hard work and dedication went into training for these events and it has paid off. I look forward to seeing what these kids will do in the future,” said coach Scott Bartlett.
The Precision taekwondo martial arts competition team recently competed at the Battle of the Warriors held in Georgetown, Ont., on May 8. Members of the team are: front (l-r) —: Carley Crane, Dawson Fitzgerald, Noah Crane, Julia Crane. Middle Row L-R: Sierra Bradbury, Devon Fitzgerald, Isaac Crane, James Reeves, Abby Oliver and Riley Vokey; assistant coach Bayden Barrett, Rees Barrett and Daniel Smith. Missing from the picture are coach Paul Smith and head coach Scott Bartlett.