Satyapal Singh Negi, who is originally a resident of village – Balyuli, Puri Garhwal, Uttarakhand. After graduating from Hemwati Nandan Garhwal University in 2002, he started taking the training of Taekwondo from Coach Mr. Rajesh Singh Negi in Chandigarh. I passed a black belt from Kukkiwan in 2005. As a player from 2002 to 2007, he participated in many national competitions from Chandigarh state and won medals. In 2013.he was the coach of women players of Punjab University. That year, the women’s team of Punjab University came second in All India. He was a Chandigarh State Coach from 2007 to 2013.
During this time the players of Chandigarh won many medals at the national level.Mr. Satyapal Singh Negi started his international coach journey from 2013. Which started with the Indo-Nepal international competition in Nepal.Mr. Satyapal Singh Negi has led the Indian team in many international competitions since 2013. He has led the Indian team 5 times in South Korea, 4 times Thailand, 3 times in Malaysia and 1 time in Canada. Mr. Satyapal Singh Negi is coaching Taekwondo in many renowned schools in Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF TAEKWONDO
By Ronald A. Southwick
The name Taekwondo is derived from the Korean word “Tae” meaning foot, “Kwon” meaning fist and “Do” meaning way of. So, literally Taekwondo means “the way of the foot and fist”. The name Taekwondo, however, has only been used since 1955 while the arts’ roots began 2,300 years ago in Korea. Known as a martial art and way of life, the evolution of Taekwondo was a direct result of the happenings in Korea long ago, and knowledge of history is an important step in understanding Taekwondo.
Early Korea :
Korean history began when in 2333 B.C. the legendary national founder, Tangun, founded “Old Korea” at Asadal. As in the histories of other nations, communal life was gradually transformed into tribal communities, and then tribal leagues and finally took the form of a state. Although no written history of the fighting systems of this time remains it is known that the people of this time were hunters and had some means of protection as well as livelihood.
Taekwondo today is just as exciting as ever. Taekwondo, under the leadership of the World Taekwondo Federation, has grown into an international art and sport practiced in over 190 counties worldwide. In 1975 the U.S. Amateur Athletes Union (AAU) accepted Taekwondo as an official sport. Taekwondo was also admitted to the General Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF) and the International Council of Military Sports (CISM) in 1976. In 1980 the WTF became an International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognized sports federation, making Taekwondo a demonstration sport for the 1988 and 1992 Olympic Games. Taekwondo is now an official event for the 2000 Olympiad to be held in Australia. In the United States, there are more than 5million practitioners of this Korean art. The United States Taekwondo Union (USTU) is the only National Governing Body for the sport of Taekwondo in the United States. As the NGB for the sport, the USTU is a member of the United States Olympic Committee, The World Taekwondo Federation and the Pan American Taekwondo Union.
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