Delegate Harry Bhandari Applauds Successful First Taekwondo Championship at CCBC Catonsville

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Baltimore, MD – May 20th, 2023 – Today, Delegate Harry Bhandari, in his capacity as Chair of the AAPI Caucus, joined esteemed guests, elected officials – State Senator Benjamin Brooks and Delegate Jennifer White, and martial arts enthusiasts at the CCBC Catonsville Community College Gymnasium to celebrate the highly anticipated First Taekwondo Championship. The event, organized by Everest World Class TaeKwonDo & Family Martial Arts, showcased the artistry, discipline, and perseverance that define the world of Taekwondo.

The championship attracted Taekwondo athletes from across the country, bringing together diverse participants who exhibited exceptional skill, athleticism, and determination.

Delegate Bhandari commended the competitors for their unwavering commitment to excellence, acknowledging their countless hours of training and preparation as a testament to their dedication and love for the sport.

In his address, Delegate Bhandari emphasized the transformative power of Taekwondo beyond mere medals and titles. He highlighted the importance of personal growth, camaraderie, and the forging of lifelong bonds among the participants. He recognized the coaches, instructors, and mentors who played a vital role in nurturing and guiding these talented athletes. Furthermore, he expressed his gratitude to the organizers, volunteers, and all those who worked tirelessly behind the scenes to make the event a resounding success. The Everest Taekwondo Championship school is located in Maryland legislative district 8.

Master Kumar Karki, Tournament Director of the Everest National Open Taekwondo Championship 2023, expressed his gratitude to State Senator Benjamin Brooks, Delegate Harry Bhandari, and Delegate Jennifer White for their support and presence at the event.

All elected officials acknowledged this championship’s impact on inspiring athletes and promoting physical and mental well-being among Maryland residents.

The success of the First Taekwondo Championship serves as a testament to the thriving martial arts community in Baltimore County. It highlights the importance of diversity in sports and the positive influence it has on individuals and society as a whole. The referees and Taekwondo participants were honored with state and county government citations for their exceptional commitment and remarkable contributions to the game of Taekwondo, inspiring many athletes and ensuring the growth and prosperity of the sport for years to come.

Media Contact: Office of Delegate Harry Bhandari, PhD, Phone: 410-841-3526 Email: harry.bhandari@house.state.md.us

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