The Ultimate Super Series Events Team is excited to announce the 1st annual Victory Cup Championships.
The tournament will be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba and will represent Event #3 in the 2018-2019 UTSS season
The Victory Cup will take place on Saturday, March 16th, 2019 and will be held at College Beliveau School
located @ 296 Speers Road, just off Fermor and only minutes from the Mint in the Windsor Park neighborhood.
** Mandatory Weigh-in and ID pick-up will be held at the venue on Friday, March 15th from 6:00-8:00pm **
Doors open for general admission at 7:30am – Tournament will commence at 9:00am sharp
Opening Ceremonies will be followed by Poomsae (Patterns), then Kyorugi (Sparring) competitions
It is recommended to arrive early to ensure desired parking and spectator seating
Free parking is available in parking lot – Additional free parking on neighboring streets
$10.00 admission for spectators (5 years and under free)
Concessions will be open in the building for the duration of the event
Entry forms will be accepted by mail or in person drop-off (see contact page for address),
as well as submitted online along with payment using the registration page
Entry fees: One Event – $50.00
Two Events – $70.00 (No board breaking)
All registration forms & fees are due by Saturday, March 9th. No late entries.
Cash, credit card, e-transfer, or cheque/money order made payable to: Victory Cup
The Ultimate Taekwondo Super Series is dedicated to help create and foster new opportunities through the sport of Taekwondo for those in need of assistance and those looking for some direction and a chance to challenge themselves through a newfound positive and rewarding experience.
We are very excited to announce we will be joining forces with an Instructor/Coach that visits Haiti regularly to teach Taekwondo to ensure all donations and equipment are handled with care and put to the best possible use.
If you are interested in making a monetary donation instead of a contribution of used equipment, please use the following link.
All monies received will be used to help offset shipping and logistics costs of the equipment from Winnipeg to Haiti.