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  • Piston
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    You'll find that the WTF style isn't as popular as a very large percentage of TKD in the UK is regulated throught the TAGB. There are WTF places however, just a challenge to find them.

    *Edit* This might be of use to you, I just googled it http://www.btcb.org.uk/

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  • alexthorne
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    Originally posted by ITFDespoja View Post
    What is TAGB? And why did they split from the ITF?

    Who is the founder of TAGB? cous it mite be a group that i have in mind that Grand master Choi Hwa Expelled.
    The Tae Kwon Do Association of Great Britain. http://www.tagb.biz/

    EDIT: I'd be training in Taunton, Somerset. I'd really like to join the WTF, as it's more sports orientated and less traditional, but it's not available in Taunton.

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  • Piston
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    I currently train under the TAGB, and style wise there is no difference (I think). The TAGB is merely a means of facilitating standards of instruction, organisation of tournaments etc. Stylistically they (we) are thouroghly ITF.

    Whereabouts in the UK would you be training then?

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  • ITFDespoja
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    What is TAGB? And why did they split from the ITF?

    Who is the founder of TAGB? cous it mite be a group that i have in mind that Grand master Choi Hwa Expelled.

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  • alexthorne
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    Differences between ITF and TAGB?

    I have the choice between ITF and TAGB, so I was wondering what the differences are? I know that TAGB has split from the ITF, but what does that mean? How are the styles different? Does one spar more than the other, have different rules? Is more flashy/does more flying/spinning kicks?
    Thanks, Alex.
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