KC Championships!
April 13, 2024

The KC Taekwondo Championship Tournament is a friendly in-school tournament in which students can challenge themselves and test their skills in Sparring, Traditional Forms, Demonstration, Power Contest, and Board Breaking. 

This event is safe, fun, and a great experience for students of

White Belts, Color Belts, and Black Belts alike will have a great time practicing their skills and preparing to compete against other students at their level!

Tournaments bring out another level of effort, motivation, and camaraderie.

Brackets are designed to match students by age, belt, and skill level as best possible. This ensures that competitors have a great time no matter their level!

We would love to see everyone come showcase their skills, win medals, and have FUN at this spring's KC Championship!

Event Information:

Date: April 13, 2024
Time: 9am - afternoon

Tentative Schedule:
9:00 – Doors Open
9:30 – Forms
10:30 – Board Breaking
11:30 – Demonstration
1:00 – Power Contest
1:30 – Sparring Begins

$100 for ALL 5 EVENTS!
$50 for First Event + $15 each additional event

+ $2 per Board (for Board Breaking)

The Grand Champion will be awarded based on cumulative score throughout the tournament combined with an excellent display of all 5 tenets and 100% effort. Enter all 5 events to increase your chance to win the GRAND CHAMPION SWORD!

Medals awarded for 1st - 3rd place in each division.

If you register but are unable to attend, please notify us of your cancellation by April 12 at 7pm. A $20 office fee will be charged to any competitors who no-show without letting us know, or make changes to their registration after the deadline! Quite a bit of work goes into organizing divisions and brackets, so last minute changes may impact several divisions. 


Traditional Forms

Competitors will choose one form to perform. Any form may be chosen!

Judging Criteria:
1. Accuracy of Form ____/10
2. Power and Intensity ____/10
3. Technique of Maneuvers ____/10


Competitors will have :30 – 1:30 to perform a creative demonstration with or without weapons. Competitors may incorporate creative forms, weapons techniques, tricks, etc. to impress the judges.

Judging Criteria:
1. Creativity of Demo ____/10
2. Power and Intensity ____/10
3. Technique of Maneuvers ____/10

Power Contest

Students have 3 chances to register the highest power with the KICK of their choice. Students will take their highest score.

Judging Criteria:
Highest power registered by the 20/20 Power Meter wins.
1st Place = 30 pts
2nd Place = 20pts
3rd Place =10pts

Board Breaking

Competitors must break 4 boards with techniques of their choice. Competitors have 3 attempts to break each board.

Judging Criteria:
1. Board #1 ____/3 Board #2 ____/3 Board #3 ____/3 Board #4 ____/3
3 points possible for each board:
   ⮞ 3 points if broken on the first attempt
   ⮞ 2 points on second attempt
   ⮞ 1 point on third attempt
   ⮞ 0 if not broken (or broken after 3 attempts)

2. Power and Intensity ____/9
3. Difficulty of Techniques ____/9


Competitors will be grouped by size, belt, and weight. ALL Belts will have up to 3 rounds of 1:30 each. Three judges will be scoring points based on clear, deliberate contact to hogu or head gear. A winner of each round will be determined based on points earned minus penalties accrued (see below). The winner of the match will need to win 2 out of 3 rounds. If a competitor wins the first two rounds, the match will end and not continue to the 3rd round. 

Judging Criteria:
1st Place = 30 pts
2nd Place = 20pts
3rd Place =10pts

✚ Punch to Hogu - 1
✚ Kick to Hogu - 2
✚ Kick to Head - 3
✚ Turning Kick to Hogu - 4
✚ Turning Kick to Head - 5

Penalties: (1 pt deduction)
Kicking below the Belt
Avoiding the Match
Blocking with the Shin
Stepping out of bounds (1 foot)
Unsportsmanlike Conduct

Enter all 5 events and earn medals in each to complete your magnetic medal STAR!

This year we have designed unique medals where each event represents one section of a star. On each section, there is the Korean word for the event on one of the five Olympic colors. The best part? These medals magnetically attach to each other so when you earn a medal in each event, you'll complete the star!

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to enter all the events?

No! Students can choose to do just one event, or any amount.

When do I need to register by?

April 12 at 7pm is the deadline for all entries and changes. And changes after this date will be charged a $20 office fee.

Who will I be competing against?

Your classmates! Divisions will be split based on skill, age, and weight if applicable so you'll be evenly matched in a welcoming environment.

Will I earn a medal?

Divisions will be small, so there is a high chance of earning a medal if you compete and bring 100% effort!

Do I need to be there all day?

No. You only need to attend your registered events, though we'd love if you stayed and supported your friends! Arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled event.

If I compete in Forms, what form do I do?

You choose whichever form you feel you know best. If you have just earned your current belt and haven't yet learned your belt level form, we encourage doing your previous form.

Are there normal classes on Saturday?

No! We will be closing normal classes for this special event.

I've never competed before, should I try it?

Absolutely! This event is designed to be fun and welcoming for ALL students!


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