Taekwondo Canada Encourages Canadian Kyorugi International Referees to Register for Olympic Games Se
OTTAWA—Taekwondo Canada is encouraging international taekwondo referees based in Canada to express their interest to participate in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games selection and training camps.
Kyorugi international referees in Canada who are eligible to participate must be in good standing with Taekwondo Canada, have vast international experience and be able to communicate in English. Referees must also have attended the latest referee course, specifically one course in 2018, and have paid their World Taekwondo referee fee.
The detailed camps will include the following:
Camp 1: Combine Europe & Africa (Maximum 100 IRs) – Moscow, Russia (Early February, 2019)
Camp 2: Combine Asia & Oceania (Maximum 100 IRs) – Wuxi, China ( April 18-21, 2019)
Camp 3: Pam Am Only (Maximum 60 IRs) – TBD, Mexico (April 8-10, 2019)
Taekwondo Canada is urging all interested eligible officials to forward their names and expression of interest to Master Mandy Li – email@example.com by 11:59 p.m. EST, Oct 18.
Taekwondo Canada is the National Sport Governing Body for Taekwondo in Canada. We are recognized by World Taekwondo, Pan American Taekwondo Union, Sport Canada, Own the Podium, Canadian Olympic Committee, and the Canadian Paralympic Committee. Taekwondo Canada sends national teams to the Olympic Games, World Taekwondo Championships, Pan Am Taekwondo Championships, Pan Am Games, World Taekwondo Junior Championships, Poomsae World Championships, Pan Am Poomsae Championships, and is also targeting the 2020 Paralympic Games.