Kuk Sool Won quarterly belt gradings held

PUBLISHED: 15:45 14 March 2018 | UPDATED: 15:45 14 March 2018

Kuk Sool Won.

Kuk Sool Won.


Quarterly belt gradings were held by Kuk Sool Won of Weston, with children and adults taking part.

Kuk Sool Won of Weston has recently held their quarterly belt gradings, taken by 2nd dan black belts Nigel and Alison Rogers.

The grading held at Haywood Village was split into two, a one-hour test for children and a further two-hour testing for adults.

All the students were tested on their syllabus, but the adults were specifically scrutinised on their self-defence techniques which showed up their memory recall for the various techniques, speed, focus and balance.

Everyone worked extremely hard and the instructors were impressed with the students’ attention, effort and attitude.

The new belts have been awarded as shown in the photographs and now it is time to start working towards the European tournament, held in Norwich in June, where the club hope to have several students taking part.

New members are always welcome to join the club at Haywood Village. Please contact Alison Rogers on 07765 830020 or find us on Facebook at Kuk Sool Won of Weston.

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