Twenty-five -year-old Kajal is an Ayurvedic medicine graduate from Mysuru. She is not someone you would associate with an argument, let alone a fight. In fact, last year she started going to a gym in the hope of putting on some weight, as she “was underweight”.
FORMER taekwondo champion and now Makati Congressman Monsour del Rosario achieved a rare distinction when he was conferred the 2017 “Award for a Proud Taekwondo” by Kukkiwon, the sport’s governing body, recently. The award is the highest honor given by Kukkiwon to individuals who have contributed to the development and expansion of taekwondo locally and internationally.
For 38 years, Dr. Dwight Stevens taught his Taekwondo class at the YMCA. On Sunday, his students and life-long friends celebrate his legacy and retirement. “We’ve known Dr. Stevens a long time, and his retirement makes us sad…I told him a long time ago he should do it as long as he could.
The schoolyard debate of “my dad can beat your dad” is a hard one to settle, but Connor and Cole Astaire can say their grandmother could probably beat any of their friends’. This week, Gale Trumbeaux received her third-degree black belt, which she tested for as a celebration of her 80th birthday.