Taekwondo coaches urged to be missionaries

Taekwondo Fighters The president of the Ghana Taekwondo Federation (GTF), Frederick Otu Lartey, has charged participants of the just-ended Olympic Solidarity and Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC)level one technical course for coaches to be missionaries of the sport everywhere they find themselves. He also urged them to make good use of the knowledge and skills acquired through the 10-day training by imparting it to the upcoming athletes in the sport. Addressing the participants at the closing ceremony at the WAM Taekwondo Academy at Tema, Mr Lartey said "I urge each and every one of you to be missionaries of the sport as » Read More

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