ITF Taekwon-Do

Date and place

Sunday April 5th

École Joseph-Charbonneau

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Delegations represented

Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie

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Sport presentation

ITF Taekwon-do is a traditional Korean martial art created for self-defence, the roots of which are steeped in over 5,000 years of history. Taekwon-do is a weaponless means of combat created by General Choi Hong Hi in the 1950s, and its name roughly translates as “the way of the hand and foot”. ITF Taekwon-do is composed of over 3,000 different techniques. It is known for its distinctive sine-wave motion that allows practitioners to generate incredible power, as well as for its rapid kicks and impressive jumping attacks. It is a sport characterized by the harmonious use of both hands and feet. Practitioners are called taekwondokas and their training halls are known as dojangs. In competition, practitioners of ITF Taekwon-do compete in a number of disciplines, including patterns (Tul), sparring (Matsogi ), power breaking (Wi ryok), self-defence techniques (Hosin sul ), and special techniques (Tuk gi). The Jeux de Montréal offer 6 to 14 year olds the opportunity to experience a first ITF Taekwon-do competition in the disciplines of patterns and sparring.

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Sport Association

The Dojang de Taekwon-Do ITF Sylvain Boucher is a non-profit organization operating in Montreal since 1987. The Dojang’s activities take place mostly in Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Pointe-aux-Trembles. The Dojang has been involved in the organization of the Jeux de Montréal for over 25 years.




The 45th edition will take place from March 30 to April 3, 2022.

Rules of the sport

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