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Please check the car rental providers' sites. New Zealand car rentals. Oct 21 — Oct Same drop-off. For the name of the national body the following motions were put. They are in order of preference. This has become an annual event. The Palmerston North club had successfully run a local tournament prior to this, so they were chosen to organise the nationals because of this experience.
All clubs were asked to donate money to finance the trip as there were no funds to draw on at this early stage. The tournament turned out to be a poorly run affair with some suspect judging. Things went from bad to worse when some of the team received death threats. This pressure on the Indonesians to win at all costs was something the New Zealand team had also witnessed in Brisbane in The Indonesians would borrow trophies from other countries to pose for their team photos! Wellington was by far the strongest region for Taekwon-Do at this time.
Padre Tairea had moved from Waiuru and set up a huge club in Porirua. In contrast, Auckland had only a few clubs mainly in the South, which would eventually become independent, leaving no clubs in Auckland by The man to turn this around was Graeme Rocky Rounthwaite. His larger-than-life personality and enthusiasm, coupled with new teaching ideas from his wife Trish, met with instant success and the club had members and a waiting list — unheard of at that time.
The club was very innovative and was later to produce more black belts than any other, setting up the expansion of the Auckland region. The Foundation took a year or so to recover from expenses incurred from sending the team to Indonesia, but on 21st August another team was sent to Fiji for the 3rd South Pacific Taekwon-Do Championships. This was the first international tournament under full contact rules, and there were many exciting matches.
The next official trip away for New Zealanders was again to Brisbane. At the completion of the seminar the Kiwis were asked to organise an international tournament in New Zealand to be held the following year.
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This was to be the Sharp International and instructors returned home to plan the event. The tournament organiser was Charles Birch, a Miramar member who had experience organising international hockey tournaments. In many ways he helped to get things running well within New Zealand.
As well as achieving national television coverage and a major sponsor for the tournament, he also established organisational systems which were in place for many years, such as the regional "cells". Seven countries attended the tournament including Japan and the United States. The author and Rocky Rounthwaite led a team of 14 to the Rocky Mountains for a week long camp; and a chance to renew acquaintances made at the Sharp tournament.
The team were exposed to many new ideas including theory testing which was later introduced into the ITFNZ syllabus. January 23rd saw the second national training camp at Massey University, which was then made an annual event. ITFNZ until now under the Young Ku Yun banner, was to become independent, and it would take another book to explain in detail the reasons for all this happening.
The events that took place were to split the organisation apart. Each and every instructor had to decide which way they were to go.
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A letter was composed by the executive committee to address the situation. Unfortunately this controversial letter was leaked to Young Ku Yun in its early draft form and he replied by expelling four of the executive committee members: Peter Graham, Steve Mulholland, Paul McPhail and Viv Holmes. The meeting turned out to be a valuable learning experience for the executive as far as tightening up voting procedures for the future. At this extraordinary meeting held at the Waipuna Lodge in Auckland, many heated arguments took place followed by a bizarre vote.
The pro-Foundation instructors followed the rules and lodged votes according to their current active membership. The pro-Yun camp lodged their votes based on their life membership numbers supplied to them by Young Ku Yun via the Waipuna lodge foyer payphone 5 minutes before the meeting. The Yun camp had played a card the executive had no defence against so the votes were counted. Unbelievably the votes ended up dead even and the meeting disbanded with no firm outcome. The final result of all this was that the Foundation retained two thirds of the membership.
The majority of instructors supported the executive and those who had been expelled. In the end, most opted for a New Zealand organisation run by New Zealanders rather than one controlled from overseas. A massive task lay ahead for the Foundation. A new logo had to be designed, badges, forms, membership cards, certificates and a mountain of new paperwork produced. New examiners and sub-committees were appointed.
The Foundation launched into with a new enthusiasm which saw members participate in the opening of the Commonwealth Games, and a national demonstration team touring throughout the country. This was successful and General Choi and Master C. The Foundation, under the Presidency of Mr Peter Graham, continued with its philosophy of trying to have as many people as possible benefit from its endeavours by bringing guest instructors to New Zealand to teach, motivate and update skills.
The late 's saw more interaction between the various Taekwon-Do groups, in particular with the emergence of the Taekwondo Union - a break-away WTF group.
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