Suncoast competitor wins national taekwondo gold


WASHINGTON D. C. – Isaac Weintraub of Sarasota won a gold in men’s fly weight at the USA National Collegiate Taekwondo Tournament in Washington D.C. recently.

Weintraub, who competes for the University of Central Oklahoma Olympic Training Center, has won 2 straight golds, which is no surprise since he has been competing in taekwondo since he was just a little tyke here in Sarasota. Isaac’s coach at the OTC is Jason Poos.

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