Tournaments in 2019

 
January 11
Coupeville Middle School Gym
"C" Tournament
February 8
Lynnwood, WA
Class "B" Tournament

How many  points do I get?

“Class B” Tournaments

 
The points awarded for a “Class B” tournament are as follows: 

 

For all divisions

1st place   5 points

2nd place 3 points

3rd place  1 point

“Class A” Tournaments

. “Class A” events are expected to be larger and offer the potential for a higher level competition, therefore, the points awarded are increased. from that of a “Class B” events. The points awarded for a “Class A” tournament are as follows: 
 

For all divisions of 5 competitors or more

1st place   8 points

2nd place  5 points

3rd place   2 point

In the 2017-2018 Seaon, if the division has fewer than 5 competitors:

1st Place  5 points

2nd place 3 points

3rd place  1 point



“Class AA” Tournaments

Class AA” tournaments are the three National events. The number of these events may change in the future as may the locations. Due to the size of these events, the potential for more competitors and thus a higher level of competition in each division, the points awarded are of greater value than a Regional Tournament. 
The points awarded for a “Class AA” tournament are as follows: 

 

For all divisions

1st place   15 points

2nd place  10 points

3rd place   8 point

“Class AAA” Tournaments

There is only one “Class AAA” tournament each year. This is hosted by the Grand Master of Songahm Taekwondo and the ATA International Headquarters. It is typically called the Songahm Taekwondo World Championships and usually has competitors from all over the world from the ATA, STF, and WTTU. Due to the size of these events, the potential for more competitors and thus a higher level of competition in each division, the points awarded are of greater value than all other Sanctioned Tournaments. 
The points awarded for a “Class AAA” tournament are as follows: 

 

For all divisions

1st place  20 points

2nd place 15 points

3rd place  10 points

Point Structure and Maximum Points

All champion programs will use the same point structure for awarding points. Points are awarded based on the tournament's classification, the number of participants in the event, and the competitor's placement in the event. The competitor must be in good standing with the ATA and meet the eligibility requirements for the program. There is a limited number of tournaments results that will count towards the standings. They are World Championship results, best two Class "AA" results for each event, five best regional results for each event, & 3 qualifying class C results for each event. Point accumulation for individual competitive events are calculated independently.

The maximum point total is 99 for State and World Top Ten standings,

  • World Championships - max of 20 points

  • Best National event ( You may count 2 out of 3 class "AA" events) - max 30 points

  • Best five regional tournaments - max 40 points (Assuming 1st place, full ring @ 5 "A" tournaments)

  • Three “Class C” events - max 9 points.

February 25-29

Spring Nationals

Las Vegas NV

March 20-21

Salem, OR

Class B

April 17-18

Idaho Falls, ID

April 18

Abbottsford, Canada

April 24-25

Albany, OR

July 14

World Championships

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