Caden Cunningham – Selected to join the GB World Class Performance Programme.
Quest Taekwondo's Caden Cunningham has enjoyed a meteoric rise to to become one of the youngest male athletes to join GB Taekwondo's World Class Performance Programme. Caden who has just completed his GCSE examinations officially moves to Manchester July 2019 and will train alongside his childhood heroes Lutalo Muhammad and Mahama Cho.
Caden has represented Great Britain at Cadet and Junior Levels and has had tremendous success at Global Taekwondo competition (WT -G Class events) representing Quest.
Caden will be part of the Paris 2024 Pathway where he is expected to challenge for the -80kg spot and qualify for the Olympic Games. This shows tremendous faith in Caden by GB, as currently Caden's success has been in much lighter Junior weight divisions.
About the Author
- Sport Manager in charge of Taekwondo at the London 2012 Olympic Games
- Technical Director of British Taekwondo
- Black Belt 7th Dan – over 30 years’ experience
- Taekwondo Master Instructor – British Taekwondo
- Former GB Team Manager
- International Referee
- Professional instructor since 1988
- Fully licensed and insured
- CRB (enhanced) Checked
The message of London 2012 was 'To inspire a generation'. I plan to do just that in Penistone by delivering excellent Taekwondo classes for all ages and abilities at the Sports Centre – Penistone Grammar School.
At Quest Taekwondo our mission is to ensure people achieve their potential both in Taekwondo and in life. Taekwondo develops health and fitness, confidence and is suitable for all.
'Quest – To be the best' The best you can be, the best instructors, the best Taekwondo Club.