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By: Taekwondo New Zealand  05-Apr-2012

Kiwi International Referees to Officiate at Olympics & Junior World Championships

Master Vijay Chhika and Master Stan Wagner have both been selected as International Referee’s to officiate at the 2012 WTF Junior World Championships in Egypt during April.

In addition, Stan Wagner has also been selected by the WTF to officiate at the 2012 London Olympics in August. This is the first time that a Kiwi International Referee will officiate at the Olympics in Taekwondo.

TNZ congratulates both Master Vijay Chhika and Master Stan Wagner on their recent selections and wishes them both well during their officiating duties at both events.

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