Bungay Taekwondo Club took 11 competitors to Coventry to compete in the 2023 GTUK British Championships in what was a medal frenzy.

The 11 martial artists returned with a stunning 20 medals, and every single competitor battled their way to either patterns or sparring podiums with some even getting on both.

There were golds galore with club instructor Clinton Gillett gaining the double for black belt veteran sparring and patterns.  

Christian Everett battled to gold in the heavyweight black belt males while Bronwen Back won gold in the junior girl's patterns and a bronze for sparring.  

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James Gowing also gained a gold medal for sparring in the pee wee coloured belts with his sister, Ali Gowing, gaining a gold medal for special technique and two silvers in coloured belt dragons (under eight years old).

Oscar Glaysher was awarded a gold medal for sparring and silver for patterns in the same age category.  

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Ollie Wren jumped super high to get gold for pee wee special technique and a bronze for sparring whilst William George was proud to get gold for sparring and silver for patterns in the junior boy's division.  

Alex Goff performed superbly to get gold in his junior pattern category.  

Jonty Gillett showed great grit and resilience to get a bronze in the pee wee boys sparring. 

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The day was rounded off by club assistant instructor Gavin White putting on a superb display to get silver for patterns and bronze for sparring in the senior male black belt section. 

It was a long day but everyone travelled back to East Anglia with heads held high.  

The club is always ready to welcome new recruits and contact can be made via the website: www.bungay-taekwondo.co.uk