Young black belts are proving they are not to be messed with as they passed the “hardest grading yet” with ease.
Members of the Dundee Wildcats Taekwondo Academy headed south for the grading – with the young members keeping up with the adults and even having a training session in a car park.
Wildcats chief instructor Gerry Cahill said: “At the weekend I accompanied 12 of my students to participate in the black belt grading taking place in England.
“We all travelled down and trained in the hotel car park that night.
“Twelve of my students stepped on to the floor at 10am and never halted until 3.30pm.
“I have participated in and attended many gradings during more than 30 years in martial arts and I can say this was one of the toughest I have ever seen.
“All 12 students were commended for their effort, commitment and knowledge of their art and they all passed with flying colours.
“My admiration for my students is immense and it’s an absolute honour to be their instructor.”