Aggrey Kiprono Kiptanui

Head Instructor, Champion Taekwondo Kenya

“Thinking differently, utilizing my professional skills in the best humane way possible in developing myself, my country and world as whole.”

Awards

Silver medalist, 10th World Taekwondo Culture Expo Competition (July 19-Muju, Korea

Gold Medal, The Governor’s Cup 2015 Taekwondo Championship (Bungoma county, Kenya)

Gold Medal, 2nd Master George Memorial Taekwondo Championship (Nairobi-Kenya)

 

Charles Sceva

Head Instructor, Champion Taekwondo Kenya

“My passion and the teaching of taekwondo runs deep in my heart. It is neither a job nor my cash cow. The sport is my life. I intend passing it down to the future generations to be my life’s work and the key legacy that I will leave behind. I eat, drink, think and dream about the sport every moment of my life. I love taekwondo with all my heart.”

Awards

Silver medalist, 10th World Taekwondo Culture Expo Competition (July 19-Muju, Korea

Silver Medalist, The Governor’s Cup 2015 Taekwondo Championship (Bungoma county, kenya)

Gold Medalist, 2nd Master George Memorial Taekwondo Championship (Nairobi-Kenya)

Phillip Ouma

Instructor, Champion Taekwondo Kenya

“I believe in progressive team work, diversity, determination, leadership and creativity values. In environments, we explore our potential and succeed in actualizing our potential.”

 

 

 

Master Euh

Resident Master in Charge

“Champion Taekwondo Kenya’s purpose is to become the leading Taekwondo hub in the region and to develop top quality athletes who will represent Kenya at world events including the Olympics. I am impressed with the attitude of our players. Their debut at Nairobi’s Chairman’s national championships was a good learning experience: our players are very young to the sport and I must say I was encouraged by their fighting spirit. They remained disciplined, played to the rules. We hope that they will continue getting more exposure from such tournaments.”

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