The NTA Frisco Taekwondo team took home several medals at the 36th annual Taekwondo International Championships. Starting in the back row, from left to right, Master Chris Adamson; Vinnie Stiles, a 13-year-old black belt who earned a gold medal in sparring and a silver medal in Poomsae; Allie Johnson, a 13-year-old black belt who earned a gold medal in Poomsae; Gavin Brown, a 15-year-old blue belt who earned a silver medal in sparring; Kara Hurd, a 23-year-old black belt who earned gold medals in sparring and Poomsae and Coach Zach Statzer. In the middle row, from left to right, Alexia Stavrou, an 11-year-old blue belt, who earned a silver medal in sparring; Abby Emberson, a 10-year-old black belt who earned a gold medal in sparring and a silver medal in Poomsae and Kyle Ganim, an 11-year-old red belt who earned a bronze medal in sparring. In the front row, from left to right, Ricky Hernandez, an 8-year-old blue belt who eanred a bronze medal in sparring; Max Wrobel, an 8-year-old blue belt who earned a gold medal in sparring and a silver medal in Poomsae; Athrarva Kulkarni, a 9-year-old red belt with a silver medal in sparring and a gold medal in Poomsae and Jake Emberson, an 8-year-old blue belt who earned a bronze medal in sparring. Not pictures is Aaron Kuang, an 8-year-old red belt who earned gold medals in sparring, Poomsae and board break. (courtesy photo)