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ITF Hall Of Fame 2

One Week remains for nominations

One Week remains for nominations

one week remains 2

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

NOMINATE HERE

 

Nominations must be submitted by Friday 15th December

Only one weeks remains

 

Categories:

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.

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Virtual ITF Hall Of Fame

Virtual ITF Hall of Fame

Virtual Induction Ceremony

virtual ceremony welcoming

Due to original ceremony postponement in March this year, we will be holding a Virtual ITF Hall Of Fame Ceremony on Saturday 19th December, 2020

CEREMONY ATTENDANCE IS FREE OF CHARGE

Nomination Fee Only $125* (includes Crystal trophy)

virtual ITF Hall Of Fame

Join us to celebrate new inductions, and to welcome nominees in the new World Championships Competitor category. We still have all our usual categories of course (check categories page) There is no charge to attend the Virtual ITF Hall of Fame cermony, but you MUST register here to receive the Zoom link.

REGISTER HERE

Video link will be sent after registration, closer to the event date.

The ITF Hall of Fame Australia was created 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.

Inductees Roll Call

2021

Who will join the exclusive club of inductees ?

ITF hall of Fame 2018

2020

Phill Zdybel – International Ambassador Award

 

Joshua Zdybel – Outstanding Athlete Award

Joshua Zdybel

2018

Legend of Taekwon-Do

Grandmaster Jong Chan Kim (Korea)

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Legend of Taekwon-Do

Grandmaster Choi Jung Hwa (Korea)

Outstanding Lifetime Contribution

Master Michael Muleta (Australia)

2017

inductees 2017  

Outstanding Lifetime Contribution (posthumous)

Harry Hemana (dec) – New Zealand

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Outstanding Lifetime Contribution

Master Noel Keating (Australia)

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Master Rua Kaiou (Australia)

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Master Neil Cliff (Australia)

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Outstanding Athlete Award

Kerry McEvoy (New Zealand)

Kman nominees

Indomitable Spirit Award

Master Lee Hermansson (Australia)

ITF Hall of Fame

Australasian ITF Hall Of Fame Banquet

Only 10 seats remain !!!!

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Big news regarding the 2018 ITF Hall Of Fame Australasia ceremony and dinner being held in Melbourne.

The ITF Hall Of Fame Australasia is proud to announce that the Special Guest of Honour at the 2nd annual ceremony will be none other than the Son of General Choi Hong Hi, the Founder of Taekwon-Do, Grandmaster Choi Jung Hwa. 

Hot off the press : Also in attendance will be Taekwon-Do Pioneer Grandmaster JC Kim, who was instrumental in establishing the ITF with General Choi.

The 2nd ITF Hall of Fame Australasia ceremony will be held on Saturday 27th January 2018 in Melbourne, Australia in conjunction with the  Grandmaster Choi Jung Hwa seminar.

Also in attendance as a special guest will be Grandmaster Trevor Nicholls, from the United Kingdom.

ITF Hall Of Fame 2

Banquet Booking Now Open

deadline 12th January, no exceptions.

The ITF Hall of Fame Australasia was created to celebrate the great achievements and contributions of ITF members throughout the Pacific and Asian regions.

Following the outstanding success of the inaugural 2017 event, the ITF Hall Of Fame Australasia will become a featured annual event on the ITF calendar across the Australasian region.

With many fine Taekwon-Do practitioners, regional pioneers and high performers, the Australasian region has become one of the strong holds of the International Taekwon-Do Federation and now earns and deserves the respect it receives globally due to the efforts of these early pioneers.

The ITF Hall of Fame is not affiliated or aligned to any one ITF group, and as such, we welcome members from all ITF practicing schools and associations, who continue the legacy of the Founder, General Choi Hong Hi, through the adherence and promotion of his teachings.

The 2017 batch of inductees included multiple ITF World Champions, long serving association leaders, and high- profiled and successful Masters from across Australia and New Zealand.

We welcome supporters and nominees for our various categories, which you will see described in the relevant links.

There are a number of categories being awarded to celebrate and acknowledge the many fine contributions to ITF Taekwon-Do in the region.

Categories of recognition in the ITF Hall of Fame Australasia include:

  • Lifetime Contribution Award
  • International Ambassador Award
  • Outstanding Athlete / Coach award
  • Indomitable Spirit Award
  • Posthumous Award – Lifetime contribution
  • ITF Hall of Fame – Legend

The process of nomination includes 2 options:

Self Nomination

Peer Nomination

 

 

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