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posted: 7/22/2014 8:07 AM

The Gleam of Glenview

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  • Teddy Reyes in the mid-air break that landed him a gold medal.IBRM Imagery

      Teddy Reyes in the mid-air break that landed him a gold medal.IBRM Imagery

 
Lily Seglin

Johnny and Teddy Reyes are more than just brothers, they're also amongst the best Taekwondo athletes in the country, judging by their triumphant performances at the 2014 USA Taekwondo National Championship. Johnny, a black belt, brought home a bronze medal in poomsae (forms), while younger brother Teddy, a green belt, claimed triple medals- two gold and one bronze in poomsae, board breaking and sparring, respectively.

The Glenview brothers are a true taekwondo force, according to White Tiger Head Master Shik Lee. "Johnny and Teddy have shown themselves to be among the best," commented Lee with a proud grin. "I see nothing but successes for them in the future."

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Victory at this competition is the most prestigious possible achievement for taekwondo athletes the Rayes' age as the United States Olympic Committee recognizes USA Taekwondo as the governing body for the sport in the US. More than 3,800 athletes competed from July 1-July 7 at this year's national championship, held in San Jose, California.

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