VIDEO: Yom Chi martial artists test for belts

The taekwondo dojang’s athletes went through testing Friday

Blue and yellow belts were in style Friday night at Yom Chi Martial Arts.

Taekwondo students at the Baker Street dojang tested for new belts in front of friends and family. The entire class passed after showing off their forms and breaking a few boards.

Scroll down for video and pictures of the event.

Related: Taekwondo is a family obsession at Nelson’s Yom Chi Martial Arts

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Andrey Intihar strikes a pose as judges look on. Photo: Tyler Harper

Nelson Parker prepares to break a board held by dojang owner and third Dan black belt Bain Jordahl. Photo: Tyler Harper

The entire class of students passed the test and earned the next colour of belt. Photo: Tyler Harper

Yom Chi students and teachers pose after a successful end to testing. Photo: Tyler Harper

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