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NATIONAL SQUAD 2017 OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS
National Association & Allied Association members are invited to apply for the National Squad Team via the forms attached.
ITF Taekwon-do Australia in accordance with the ITF By Laws will be forming a National Squad Team which will develop a National Squad training program under the National Coach and the assistant coaches selected. This National Squad training program will assist the National Coach and the selection committee in their assessment and analysis of competitors leading up to the final selection (date to be advised) of the National Team Members to represent Australia at the 2017 ITF World Championships.
ITF Taekwon-do Australia National Team Selection Policy
Only Members of the National Squad Team will be considered for National Team Selection.
Registered National Squad Members will be announced 1 February 2016
Note minimum age & rank requirements for each international competition:
ITF World Cup must be Blue Belt and 12 Years old on October 13 2016
ITF World Championships must be Black belt and 14 years old on October 16 2017
Minimum requirements for applicants: Age: 12 years old
Rank: Blue Belt (4th kup)
Attendance: 75% of scheduled program (approximation)
All applicants shall complete the relevant form and submit via email to the Secretary General with payment of $200 deposited into the following account;
ITF Taekwon-do Australia.
BSB: 083 636
Account No. : 83-340-6275
reference – NS17(your surname)
Payment is non-refundable and does not guarantee final selection onto the National Team.
All monies collected from squad members will be used to assist our official National Team selected to represent Australia at the 2017 ITF World Championships in Ireland.
The individual’s selection is dependent on overall performance, skill, commitment, discipline, attitude, work ethic, state of mind, improvement and potential to perform at an international standard at the time of the ITF World Championships.
ITF Taekwon-do Australia