Family-run club Rubery Taekwon-Do has gone from strength to strength since it began two years ago with just six students.
Now there are 60, and the club has maintained a 100 per cent success rate in gradings as well as celebrating tournament success.
In fact, the club has never failed to return from a tournament with medals. The eight students who entered the National Championships in Coventry in March returned with seven medals (four gold, a silver and two bronze), while the four students who attended the Scottish Championships in Motherwell brought back four golds and a bronze.
Several students are eager to enter the World Taekwon-Do Championships this July.
Sessions take place at Waseley Hills High School, Rubery on Thursdays and Bournville College, Longbridge on Fridays, with Chief Instructor Yvonne Hill (2nd Degree Black Belt) assisted by her daughter Eleanor and son Thomas.
Above: The latest Rubery Taekwon-Do grading, held at Bournville College, Longbridge, which was presided over by Grand Master Oldham (9th Degree Black Belt), founder of the GTUK, the Association Rubery TKD belongs to.