United ITF National Championships 2020
Being held in Cyberspace
October 3rd 2020
As a result of COVID-19 we will be running our National Championships in Cyber space, that is, online.
The bad news is we won’t get to see you all together under one roof, the good news is that without travel costs, and reduced entry fees due to lower overheads, almost every single one of you will be able to take part.
We have new events, more age categories and more chances for you to win – the rest is up to you. Register and train hard, then submit your best effort.
Events will include:
- Individual Patterns
- Team Patterns (3 people – mixed gender is ok)
- Special Techniques Multi-Break
- Self Defense (against 2 attackers, any age)
Here’s how its going to work…..
- You need to register and pay
- You will film yourself, or be filmed at your club/class, performing you patterns or routines.
- You will upload these performances to a designated folder online, and our panel of judges will watch them, judge them and score them.
- On the weekend of 3rd October, all videos will be switched from ‘Private’ to ‘Public’ settings so you can watch every one in your category.
- We will announce the results and promote the winning performances on our social media platforms, websites and other means.
- You can view them, share them with family, friends and club mates.
- Placegetters will have medals posted to their instructor (if classes in your area are still running), or directly to the address on your form, if you are in a lockdown area.
So get practicing and we look forward to seeing your registration and video submission.
You may be the first United ITF Cyberspace Champion.
A report from past United ITF Nationals :
United ITF National Championships 2019
United ITF National Championships 2018
The 2018 United ITF Australia National Championships was held at St Kevin’s Catholic School, on Queensland’s Gold Coast on Saturday 25th August, 2018.
United ITF Taekwon-Do Australia are pleased to announce we had an outstanding response with almost 170 competitors from around Australia and New Zealand in attendance.
We had competitors from 5 years of age through to mid 50’s. The event included many first timers through to multiple World Champions.
For the first time in Australian ITF Nationals history we also included a Special Needs category, fresh from our success at the ITF World Championships.
Those figures made it the biggest United ITF national championships for several years. It was the most significant event on our domestic calendar in 2018
Check out the full results and photo gallery