Online championship tul for selection national team

April 5th-17th

The national coaches organized, together with the ITF-Belgium Tournament & Umpire Committee, an online championship in tul for candidates for the national team. This will be one of the criteria, together with e.g. the online training sessions of the last couple of months, for selection for the e-World Championships (September) and the European Championships (hopefully to be organized in November).

Good luck to all participants! Many thanks to the coaches, the TUC and the umpires involved.

‘Mini’ Championship tul for black belts

Please take a look at this message of the national coaches:

Hello everybody,

We have great news:

With the help of the TUC (immense gratitude) we managed to organize a “mini championship” for the persons interested to compete in patterns at the next European Championship. The results of the championship won’t be used to make the selection for the EC. How does it work ? We will need your coordinates : 1. first name 2. last name 3. gender 4. age 5. degree. You can send your inscriptions (last date 01/01/2021) to the next e-mail adress:

From 15/01/2021 (10h) till 16/01/2021 (16h): the competitors should upload the videos via YouTube (Po-eun + Chon-ji). For the setting of the video’s on YouTube, the competitors have to put these on their own channel and send the link to TUC ITF-B Comité Arbitrage et Tournois. So you can choose yourself to make it a private video that only people with a link can watch and if you want you can delete it afterwards. From 16/01/2021 (16h) till 18/01/2021 (16h): the videos will be controlled and send to the referees ; the referees watch the videos and score them. From 19/01/2021: scores will be put in an Excel-file ; competitors can see who won. There are no inscription fees.

Rules? ‘Lighter’ rules as for the normal e-tournament:§ NO personal code must be visible in the video of the competitor, only one (=1) video is needed to send § All hands and feet must stay inside the video frame § The competitor can’t talk in the video (greeting; tul 1; small time in between; tul 2; greeting), name of tul not necessary § No draws, always a winner §Small pools (+ only junior/senior + female/male) in a league-system §Only judging between sjijak and goman §The starting point must be visible on the ground §Umpires can look at the videos as many times as they like, in order to give a detailed and fair judgement; they look at one video at a time so every movement can be registered.

We hope to see you all! In this difficult times we need to stay possitive and NEVER GIVE UP!

Greetings, Master Dionisi Virginia & Sabum Musca Andreea

Bushido Challenge Cup

Jambes, Sunday November 17th 2019

With 189 participants in tul, sparring and kids sparring, 37 umpires, 6 IT assistants and 38 coaches. The championship was open to coloured and black belts.

For the first time in Belgium the ITF electronical system was used on all rings. Many thanks to the U&T Committee ITF-Belgium and Master Harry Vones for the implementation of this sytem.

The championship was organised by Patrick Crevecoeur and his team from Bushido.

All results on Sportsdata.

Open Ghent Cup 2019

Edugo Arena, Oostakker, Sunday June 2nd

With 250 competitors from Belgium, Ireland, The Netherlands, GD Luxembourg and England, 50 umpires, 40 volunteers. Competition in tul, sparring and special techniques for coloured and black belts, kids, youth, juniors and seniors in an organization of Taekwon-Do School Chon-ji, Nico Van Linter and Nico Tunyck in cooperation with the ITF-Belgium U&T Comittee.

The championship was honoured with the presence of 2 GrandMasters, GM Brendan O’Toole (Ireland) and GM Frank Vanberghen (Belgium) and Master Val Douglas (Ireland), Master Nigel Stobie (Ireland) and Master Annick Van Driessche (Belgium).

The organization was very good, with eye for detail, the level of the competition was high, the atmosphere amicable.

All results can be found on the Sportsdata website: click here.

See all of you back on the 2020 edition!