Texas State Taekwondo Association Virtual Hanmadang

May 1 (Black Belts)

May 8 (Color Belts)

Contact: info@txtkd.org


The Texas State Taekwondo Association (TSTA) is pleased to host its first ever Virtual Hanmadang over the course of two weekends. All Black Belt competition will be held May 1, 2021, and all para-taekwondo and color belt competition will be held May 8, 2021.


Watch the Color Belts compete LIVE on Saturday, May 8th, beginning at 9:00 AM by clicking here.


Schedule of Events:

Watch the Replay of the Virtual Hanmadang for Black Belts

Fast forward the video to 23:15 for the beginning of the tournament. The video is so long YouTube would not let me trim it. We followed the order in the division sheet you can download below. If you are looking for a particular athlete, that may help in finding them. The date is wrong all the slides as well. It was May 1 not March 1.


Registration Info:

DEADLINE:

Registration is closed for Black Belts competing on May 1st. However, we are happy to announce we have extended registration for color belts until Wednesday, May 5th at midnight. Please don’t hesitate to sign up now before time runs out.

Events and Divisions:

EventAgesRanks
Para Taekwondo Individual Poomsae6+All
Para Taekwondo Creative Poomsae6+All
Para Taekwondo Speed Kicks6+All
Traditional Poomsae6+All
Competitive Sports Poomsae12+Black Belt
Creative Poomsae without Weapons6+All
Creative Poomsae with Weapons6+All
Speed Snap Kick6+All
Speed Spinning Back Swing6+All
*Please Note: All Events and Divisions are individual only.

Awards:

Medals will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and two 3rd places in each division. All winners will also be recognized on TSTA social media platforms and the TSTA website. Medals will be sent to the dojang address provided at registration.

Athlete Information:

Uniform Requirement:

Competitors should have a taekwondo or martial arts uniform in good condition, any color is acceptable. Belt representing rank is required and should be tied neatly and evenly.

Maximum Events:

There is no maximum number of events a person can participate in. However, a person cannot register for the same event more than once. The Organizing Committee will work hard to ensure participants will not be scheduled to perform in two separate events at the same time.

Technical Issues:

If the competitor cannot be judged due to a technical difficulty (e.g. internet connection crashes), they may perform again without penalty. The judgement will be made by the tournament committee regarding the nature of a technical error. It’s recommended to link to a wired connection if available. During competition, please have your family reduce internet usage for better connectability.

Real Time Viewing:

The Tournament will be held on Zoom with “LIVE” Youtube streaming (link to be posted at the tournament site) for spectators. Athletes will be sent a Zoom link and time of competition at least 24 hours before the event. Information regarding registration, competition rules and format, competition call-times, and spectator information can be found within the general information packet. For general questions and concerns, please email: info@txtkd.org.

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