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4th Degree Black Belt



Rank: 4th Degree Black Belt

Date Started Taekwon-Do:   October 2013

Birthday: June, 15, 1974

What type of pets do you have and what are their names: Dog - Spike

Favorite part of class: Breaking & the family atmosphere

2017 Internationals:

Bronze Medal Individual Breaking



Where were you born:  Winchester Hants - England
What countries/states have you lived in: England, Japan, North Carolina and Nebraska
What sports/hobbies do you have other than Taekwon-Do:  Geocaching and watching my kids play their sports, hockey, track, basketball
What is your favorite food: Roast dinners and Marmite
What would like others to know about you: That I have great kids and I am known as Staci's mom.


4th Degree, USTF-4-749, Nov 2022, Grand Master Todd, Bellevue, Nebraska

3rd Degree, USTF-3-1536, Nov 2019, Sr. Master Todd, Bellevue, Nebraska

2nd Degree, USTF-2-3231, November 2017, Sr. Master Todd, Bellevue, Nebraska

1st Degree, USTF-1-11263, May 2016, Sr. Master Todd, Bellevue, Nebraska



USTF Class C Instructor, Number 1094, February 2016

USTF Class B Referee, March 2018

USTF Class C Referee, March 2015

USTF Breaking Seminar, October 2017

2022 Hours: 16 - USTF Referee Seminar - MO

                                   - USTF Referee Seminar - CO                        

2020-2021 no requirement - Covid 19

2019 Hours: 24 - USTF Ground Tactics Course - MO

                           - USTF Step Sparring Seminar - MO

                           - USTF Referee Seminar - NE

2018 Hours: 8 - USTF Referee Course - MO

2017 Hours: 8 - USTF Breaking Seminar - MO

USTF 19-349



1. Why did you start Taekwon-Do: Staci wanted me to join and my son, Ryan wanted to start.
2. What made you interested enough to join: Going with Staci to tournaments and the friendly atmosphere.
3. What did you think being a black belt meant before you started training: That you knew your patterns without a mistake.
4. What do you think being a black belt means now:  That there is still a lot to learn and everyone makes mistakes or forgets from time to time.


5. What changed your opinion: Becoming a black belt.
6. What was your goal when you started Taekwon-Do: To get to the next belt.
7. What is your goal now: To continue learning and improving, also giving back some through assisting.

4th dan testing - 3 tile knife hand

November 2022


4th dan testing - 7 board side piercing kick

November 2022

4th dan testing - 2 board suspended reverse turning kick - November 2022


Promoted to 4th dan

November 2022

3rd dan testing - 6 board side piercing kick

November 2019


2nd dan testing - 2 tile punch 2017


2nd dan testing - 5 board side piercing kick 2017

3 tile knife hand break

Testing board with new black belts






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