Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Largest taekwondo display: Taekwondo UK breaks Guinness world record
COVENTRY, USA -- Olympic taekwondo gold medallist, Jade Jones, was present in Coventry to cheer on 428 people, to break the Guinness World Records' record held by SAHK and the Eastern Dragon Taekwondo Federation Hong Kong, who had 338 people in their demonstration and to set the new world record for the Largest taekwondo display while raising vital funds for Cancer Research,
according to the World Record Academy: www.worldrecordacademy.com/.
Photo: Olympic taekwondo gold medallist, Jade Jones, was present in Coventry to cheer on 428 people, to claim a Guinness World Record of the largest taekwondo display. Photo: Coventry Telegraph (enlarge photo)
The Guinness World Records' record for the largest Taekwondo display is comprised of 428 participants and was achieved by Taekwondo United Kingdom (UK), at Broadgate, Coventry, United Kingdom.
Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the largest Taekwondo display was achieved by 805 participants from KPMG in aid of Barnardo's, at multiple venues across the UK, on 18 May 2012. (11 locations took part).
Taekwondo UK have set a new World Record for the largest taekwondo demonstration in a single venue.
They were put through their paces in a warm-up led by the 20-year-old Team GB athlete from Wales, who shot to fame with victory at the London 2012 Olympics.
The previous Guinness World Records' record was held by SAHK and the Eastern Dragon Taekwondo Federation Hong Kong, who had 338 people in their demonstration.
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