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UNI Tae Kwon-Do Club takes honors at national championship<br>

October 30, 2002

Tim Klatt, associate director, Wellness and Recreation Services, (319) 273-7120
Melissa Barber, University Marketing & Public Relations, (319) 273-2761

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa -- The University of Northern Iowa Tae Kwon-Do Club recently attended the 29th annual national Tae Kwon-Do Championships in Kansas City, Kansas. Alex Laskin, a graduate assistant in communication studies from Cedar Falls, took first place in form; Heather Lee, a freshman from Wartburg, took second place in form and first place in sparring; and Cole Wubbena, a freshman from Kirkwood College, took first place in sparring.

Serving as officials were black belts Francis Moore, from Waterloo; Grant Wubbena, from Iowa City; Dylan Kline, a junior management information systems major from Davenport; Bridget Biver, a senior photography major from Waterloo; Mark Schilling, an alumnus from Minnesota; Jerel Krueger, a senior computer science major from Waterloo; Cole Wubbena and Lee. Kline also is club president.

The UNI Tae Kwon-Do club is the oldest sport club on campus, dating back to 1969.