One Week remains for nominations
Only one week remains for nominations in the 4th ITF Hall Of Fame induction ceremony.
Finish 2020 on a high note
This year’s induction will be conducted virtually due to COVID19 travel restrictions.
The ceremony will be held on Saturday 19th December, 2020
As the event is a virtual one, without attendance required, we invite nominations from all countries. Currently we have nominees from USA, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia. We would love to see more countries get involved.
What a great way to finish what has been a globally challenging year in the Taekwon-Do community, as well as the entire World population.
Celebrate the ITF Hall Of Fame with this year’s nominees, past inductees. Nominate a worthy member of your school or organization, even nominate yourself if you feel you tick all the boxes.
PAST & PRESENT ITF MEMBERS FROM ALL COUNTRIES CAN NOMINATE
Nominations must be submitted by Friday 15th December
Only one weeks remains
Categories of recognition in the ITF Hall of Fame Australasia include:
- Lifetime Contribution Award
- International Ambassador Award
- Outstanding Athlete award
- Indomitable Spirit Award
- National Team Representative Award
- Posthumous induction for lifetime contribution *
- Legend of Taekwon-Do **
(Read category descriptions and selection criteria here)
About the ITF Hall Of Fame
What categories are there ?
How to nominate
The cost of nomination & the award
The ITF Hall of Fame Australia was originally created by Master Michael Muleta to celebrate the great achievements and contributions of ITF members throughout the Pacific and Asian regions.
With many fine Taekwon-Do practitioners, regional pioneers and high performers, the region has become one of the strong holds of the International Taekwon-Do Federation and now earns and deserves the respect it receives.
A small induction ceremony was held in Melbourne, Victoria in March this year, to coincide with the Arnold Classic Taekwon-Do World Championships. Unfortunately, due to COVID19 striking in the week leading up to the event, many registered participants opted not to travel for health concerns.