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Sicamous' Holly Raczynski puts in a silver sparring performance at regional tourney

 Holly Raczynski takes part in team sparring at the ICTF Tae Kwon Do Regional Tournament held recently in Calgary. The Sicamous-based Provincial Martial Arts Association instructor placed silver in patterns in the 4th Degree Black Belt mens/womens combined division, and silver in sparring, and won her fight in team sparring,  women vs. men division.  On Saturday, March 31, Raczynski is hosting a sparring seminar at Sicamous’ Red Barn from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The event is free to watch and $10 to participate in.    - Submitted
Holly Raczynski takes part in team sparring at the ICTF Tae Kwon Do Regional Tournament held recently in Calgary. The Sicamous-based Provincial Martial Arts Association instructor placed silver in patterns in the 4th Degree Black Belt mens/womens combined division, and silver in sparring, and won her fight in team sparring, women vs. men division. On Saturday, March 31, Raczynski is hosting a sparring seminar at Sicamous’ Red Barn from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The event is free to watch and $10 to participate in.
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Holly Raczynski takes part in team sparring at the ICTF Tae Kwon Do Regional Tournament held recently in Calgary. The Sicamous-based Provincial Martial Arts Association instructor placed silver in patterns in the 4th Degree Black Belt mens/womens combined division, and silver in sparring, and won her fight in team sparring,  women vs. men division.

On Saturday, March 31, Raczynski is hosting a sparring seminar at Sicamous’ Red Barn from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The event is free to watch and $10 to participate in.

 

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