2022 – martial arts, a year in review
2022 has been a year of growth. The instructors and students of Kuk Sool Won of Yeovil martial arts saw the school grow not only in numbers, but also in black belts!
School owner, PKJN Stephen Runnacles says “2022 has seen our martial arts school continue to thrive. We saw a number of students promoting through the ranks. We now have four new first dahn black belts – Oscar Cummins, Ieaun Edwards, Josh Horwood and Auden Nation as well as two new third dahn black belts, Charlie Ferris and Sally Runnacles. We also had four students starting their black belt journey with their first national testing in Liverpool. I am enormously proud of what our students and school have achieved in 2022.”
The end of the 2022 saw Kuk Sool Won of Yeovil’s annual awards of “Most Improved Student” to Jake Neal and “Student of the Year” to DBN Shubhangee Das. Both students have show great attitude and commitment in their training over the past year.
The instructors and students of Kuk Sool Won of Yeovil martial arts are looking forward to a great 2023!