Learner 4th at world games

2016-10-26 06:00
Mkhumbuzi Hlatshwayo did well at the 10th World Martial Arts Games.

Mkhumbuzi Hlatshwayo did well at the 10th World Martial Arts Games.

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Mkhumbuzi Hlatshwayo, a gr. 9 learner at the New Horizon College in Harri-smith, ended in fourth position at the 10th World Martial Arts Games which were recently held in Randburg.

She participated in the competition that took place from 14 to 16 October.

Mkhubmuzi participated in continuous sparring, point-stop sparring, Korean form and musical form.

There were various kinds of martial arts’ styles from all over the world.

The opportunity to attend the World Games allowed this young star to also obtain a world gold medal in the u.17 girls’ category.

She has indeed reached the stars.

Her goals in life are to succeed and be consistent and disciplined.

This goal will take her far in life.

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