Taekwondo for Seniors
        Princeton Junction, New Jersey



News & Notes




Master Johnson's recent competition highlights: 

    October, 2012:  Gold Medalist, senior forms, 2012 New England Open Taekwondo Championships

    November, 2012:  Grand Champion, senior forms, 38th Annual U.S. Open Championships

    March, 2013:  Grand Champion, senior weapons, Mercer County National Karate Championship

    March, 2013:  Gold Medalist, men's forms, AAU Taekwondo Middle Atlantic Championship

    April, 2013: Gold Medalist, men's forms, Atlantic Invitational Taekwondo Championships

    August, 2013: Gold Medalist, 33-and-over forms, Maine Coastal Taekwondo Classic

    November, 2013:  Silver Medalist, Master-level (4th Dan and higher) forms, 39th Annual
         U.S. Open Championships

    November, 2013: Gold medalist, senior forms, Taekwondo United Regional Championships, and
         bronze medalist, adult weapons.

   
March, 2014:  Gold medalist, USA Taekwondo NJ State Championships, men's 4th Masters Poomsae.

    March, 2014:  Gold medalist, 60+ forms and 60+ weapons, Mercer County Nationals, Rider University.

    March, 2014: Gold medalist, men's 4th Masters Poomsae, United States Taekwondo Classic, Tolland, CT.










   


* On July 17, 2013, Grandmaster Bobby Kim was awarded a Congressional Citation by Congressman Mike Coffman of Colorado.  In his comments to the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Coffman praised Grandmaster Kim for his long service to the U.S. military -- including his tenure as head instructor for the cadets at the U.S. Air Force Academy -- and for his key role in the advancement of Taekwondo in America.  Congratulations to Grandmaster Kim for this well-deserved high honor.
 

  The November, 2013, issue of Taekwondo Times featured a long article about Grandmaster Bobby Kim, who was recently honored with a Congressional Citation.  Grandmaster Kim is one of the pioneers of Taekwondo in America, and he continues to be one of the most notable Taekwondo figures in the world. 


  
Grandmaster Bobby Kim executes a high kick as part of a recent article in the Aurora Sentinel, Colorado.  At 72 Grandmaster Kim can still outkick most 20-year-olds.  The Taekwondo Life no doubt keeps you young.

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