It’s done! A rocky road it was, and testing was delayed by at least a year due to injuries and an extended stay in Germany earlier this year. Testing was on November 14, actually, but that weekend was overshadowed by most tragic events in Paris. It just wasn’t the right time for joyful news that matter so little in comparison.
At any rate, testing went well despite the usual bruises from board breaking. What may matter more to you is that during pre-testing I discovered quite a number of errors, omissions and ambiguous wording in my condensed curriculum sheets (a.k.a. “cheat sheets”) contained in the Taekwondo section of this website. So I will get to work over the next couple of weeks and update every single one of them. Surprisingly, this now rather private website still gets a bunch of hits each day, and people are downloading the PDFs. If you are one of them, or if you are planning to use the sheets which follow the World Taekwondo Federation’s curriculum, please be sure to check in a few week’s time. All sheets are dated so it’s easy to spot the updated ones.
As always, please feel free to e-mail me if you find things missing or incorrect.
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