Competition Team
About Competition Team

Kim’s Competition Team is Kim’s Martial Arts School’s challenge to the most committed students of Taekwondo. This program is very demanding and difficult to become a member and stay a member. The Competition Team was designed for Kim’s Martial Arts School students who are fully committed to the Program and to their own success in sport of Olympic Taekwondo. The Competition Team demands proven skill, sacrifice, demonstrated perseverance, unwavering commitment, heart, faith, and an iron will.

This page is designed for you to understand the qualifications and requirements to be a member of Kim’s Competition Team, your obligations to this team and the optimization of your performance. These requirements are not intended to prohibit, restrict or confine, but rather to give you a perspective of the Competition Team and to provide structure and organization so that you can perform at the highest level.

Corey Herman's Game Highlights
Congratulations to our Competition Team

On Saturday, April 16th, 2011, Kim's Martial Arts School Avon sent its competition team to the Indy Cup Taekwondo Championships inIndianapolis, Indiana. Over 400 athletes from 6 different states were on hand.

All athletes are preparing to compete at the AAU Taekwondo National Championships inAustin, Texas in June.

All athletes are coached by Master Joseph E Kim.


Pictured from left to right are:
Top row: Dave Lamvermeyer (bronze), Jen Lamvermeyer (gold), Ben Duncan (silver)
Front row: Sean Mulloy (silver), Jackson Meyers (gold), Chase Meyers (gold)

Team Practice begin 9/2/09 6:15pm
Team Practices begin Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009 at 6:15 PM
Corey Hermann Wins the Junior Olympic National Championships

corey_face_kickCorey Hermann highlighted our team’s travel to Austin, Texas, and the U.S. Jr. Olympic National Championships June 30th-July 3rd, 2009. Corey won 4 fights to capture the Gold Medal in the 12-13 BLACK BELT division. This is Kim’s Competition Team’s second BLACK BELT NATIONAL CHAMPION.

Kyle Hermann won a SILVER Medal in the 10-11 male Black Belt sparring division. Tori Gershom also won a silver medal in the 16-17 female Red belt division. Jackson Myers, in his first national championships, fought his way to a bronze medal in the 8-9 Male Green belt class. Bobby Daggett fought as a Black Belt for the first time in the highly competitive 14-15 male division losing his first match to the eventual champion of the group.

"I was very proud of our team in Texas. They all fought very smart and with much enthusiasm. I look forward to next year’s National Championships in Orlando, Florida." - JOSEPH E. KIM

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