What an exciting tournament for our club!

You guys rock. And, at the risk of sounding repetitive, I must say it once again that our club performance was awesome. Even instructors from other clubs kept commenting on how well our club was doing.

Once again we brought home a record number of medals. A total of 29 medals were won -- 13 gold, 6 silver and 10 bronze. Congratulations to all of you for your outstanding performance.

Apart from the medals, some personal bests was also displayed, even if a medal was not won. When an individual can go from not being able to stand in front of a crowd to actually entering in a tournament and finish their performance (as the credit card commercial goes) -- that's priceless!

Medals only tell part of the story, never the full story. So please always aim for your personal best and never just for the medal. When you aim for the medal and one is not won, there is disappointment and a feeling of failure, however, when you aim for your personal best there is always satisfaction and success.



Andrew Butler - Kumite and Kata and Team Kata
Nico Butler - Team Kata
Grant Diamond - Kata
Brendan Flower - Kumite
Sharon Goodman - Kumite and Kata
Peter Kelly - Kumite and Kata
Joshua McIntosh - Kata (x2)
Sam Bradstock - Team Kata
Brody MacMillan - Team Kata
Danny Riches - Kata and Team Kata
Jeffrey Riches - Team Kata


Paul Butler - Kumite
Nico Butler - Kumite
Kaitlyn Dawe - Team Kata
Brendan Flower - Kata and Team Kata
Joshua McIntosh - Team Kata
Danny Riches - Kumite
Sean Robertson - Team Kata
Carah Webster - Team Kata
Sarah Youell - Team Kata


Andrew Butler - Team Kata
Nico Butler - Kumite
Grant Diamond - Kumite and Team Kata
Sydney Ewens - Kata
Brendan Flower - Kata
Emily Goodman - Kata and Team Kata
Sharon Goodman - Team Kata
Darcy Harnadek - Kata
Nadage Martel - Kumite
Carah Webster - Kata (x2)



Sydney (right) stands with her competitors


Shivonne performing kata


Sarah performing kata

 

Joshua performing kata


Carah performing kata


Jeffrey performing kata

 

Brody performing kata


Nadage performing kata


Brendan performing kata

 

Sean performing kata


Joshua performing kata


Kaitlyn performing kata

 

Darcy performing kata


Nico performing kata


Danny performing kata

 

Jeffrey, Brody, and Sam performing team kata


Joshua, Carah, and Sarah performing team kata


Sean, Brendan, and Kaitlyn performing team kata

 

Andrew, Sharon, Grant, and Emily receiving medals


Brendan scores to the chest


Grant delivers a mae geri

 

Nico scores to the face


Danny scores to the stomach


Paul blocks a kick

 

The 2004 Victoria Team




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