CAMERON PARK — Elite Taekwondo USA of Cameron Park earned 15 medals at the American Open Tournament.
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The participants, coached by Master Jonghun Yi, competed against over 800 athletes from California and surrounding states.
Seven out of the 15 medals were gold: Bianca Mateo (blue belt Poomsae), Devlen Mateo (blue belt Poomsae), George Kucera (red belt Poomsae/Kyoroogi), Justin Jones (red belt Poomsae), Megan Whitson (red belt Poomsae), Quinci Whitson (red belt Poomsae).
Silver medalists: Ella Slattery (yellow belt Poomsae), Devlen Mateo (blue belt Kyoroogi), Justin Jones (red belt Kyoroogi).
Bronze medalists: Anna Adams (yellow belt Poomsae), Megan Whitson (red belt Kyoroogi), Neelash Soodeehul (yellow belt Poomsae/Kyoroogi), Quinci Whitson.
Elite Taekwondo USA is currently training for the USAT Northern California State Qualifier tournament this weekend in San Mateo.