AAU Taekwondo Nationals
Las Vegas, NV, July '22

Our first time competing in a taekwondo tournament also happened to be the largest tournament we've ever experienced, 3,500 competitors at the week-long national tournament. Despite our first time competing in taekwondo, we came away with some great results. Eight competitors, seven first places, and six grand champions. And, despite our small group, we finished third overall in point sparring. Congratulations to Lily for winning her black belt division and making it onto the AAU Taekwondo National Point Sparring Team. 
WKU World Championships
Cardiff, Wales United Kingdom

13 Medals out of 18 Divisions entered
8 Gold Medals, 1 Silver Medal, 4 Bronze Medals

A true world championship with 22 different countries, over 2,000 competitors
NASKA AKA Warrior Cup
Chicago, IL

Brought Lily to her first NASKA tournament, just happened to be one of the most competitive ones in the country. Over 1,300 highly skilled competitors all vying for an AKA Warrior Cup title. Since she won AAU Taekwondo Nationals in 2022, she was sponsored by AAU to compete at this tournament. She didn't disappoint, gold in 14-15 black belt sparring and grand champion. 

Sensei Joji Receives Multiple Awards

Two weekends, two awards for Joji Raguini Amba. Two weekends ago, she received the Indomitable Spirit Award from Grandmaster Katherine Wieczerza and AAU Taekwondo at the NASKA AKA Warrior Cup martial arts tournament in Chicago, Illinois. 

This past weekend, she received a Commitment to Excellence Award from Theresa Kattengell at her martial arts tournament, The League's It's a Revolution in San Jose, California.
Guido's Spring Showdown
Fresno, CA
Grand Champions: 4
1st Places: 16
2nd Places: 7
3rd Places: 5
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada

Jaden: Gold Point Fighting 
Veronika: Gold and Grand Champion Traditional Forms, Gold Point Fighting 
Jacob: Bronze Traditional Form 
WKU World USA National Championships & Team Trials
Evansville, Indiana

Gold Medals: 15
Silver Medals: 4
Bronze Medals: 2