Fort St. John home to six new taekwondo black belts

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Six Fort St. John taekwondo students are now officially black belts. The students did their testing with Red Dragon Taekwondo and were between the ages of 10-16.

Master Ben Marsh of Red Dragon Taekwondo said, “They have between five to ten years training before hand. For testing they start Friday night. They have to stay up all night. They train for half an hour, meditate for half an hour. In the morning at 11 we did the testing. It’s a 24 hour testing.”

Anyone interested in taekwondo can contact Marsh at 250-329-4125. Red Dragon is always enrolling and offers a free week for new students.

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