March Tae Kwon-Do star wins silver at European Championships

12:37 15 April 2014

European Tae Kwon-Do Championships held in Davos, Switzerland

European Tae Kwon-Do Championships held in Davos, Switzerland


A March based martial artist won a silver medal at the European Tae Kwon-Do Championships in Davos, Switzerland.

David Earlam, who trains with the Mark Farnham Schools of Tea Kwon-Do at March and Ely, came second in the Executive Men’s Black Belt Sparring.

Instructor Mark Farnham said: “To win any award at this event is a very serious achievement because it means you are the best in Europe. Well done to David.”

Anyone interested in learning a martial art should call Mark on 07771644460 or 01553 841880 or go to


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