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Katie Meads, Personnel Assistant in DPAG's Human Resources team, successfully competed in the British Taekwondo 2019 Squad Selection event, the British Taekwondo Poomsae Nationals on Sunday 16 December 2018.

She has qualified for the national team for the second year, coming 5th in the 30 A class female individual event and 2nd in the under 30 A class female team event. 

Katie is a 4th degree black belt, and has been a taekwondo athlete for 17 years. This year she will be training for the European Championships.

Congratulations Katie and good luck for the 2019 Championships!

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