Great return in taekwondo
Katanning Taekwondo returned with a swag of medals after impressive performances at the WA State Championship last weekend.
Katanning sent eight athletes to day one, held at Belmont Oasis Leisure Centre.
The club returned with three gold, two silver and three bronze medals.
The State championship serves as the pathway for participation at the 2018 Australian National Championships.
The national categories are minimum eight years old and minimum of blue belt.
As a result, six athletes from Katanning have now qualified for the National Championships in Bendigo.
The one athlete who did miss out on a receiving a medal was only one place outside the medal positions.
Katanning sent three athletes to day two, returning with two gold and one silver.
Blue belts and above who qualified at the State tournament can compete at the national level.
As a result, two more athletes from Katanning have now qualified for the national championships in Bendigo.
In total the club won five gold, three silver and three bronze.
Sparring team members Robert Ryder, TaeRadanovic and Imogen Van Zyl won gold.
The Katanning Taekwondo Poomsae Team.