Master Clint Norman


Master Clint Norman

8th Degree black belt ( Involved 38 years in Taekwon-Do )

President of the All North American Taekwon-Do Federation President of the Canadian Taekwon-Do Federation International Board of Director of the International Taekwon-Do Federation Technical Director of the Saskatchewan Taekwon-Do Federation International Member of the Canadian National Team for nine years. Captain of National Team for 4 World Championships. Inducted into the Saskatchewan Sport Hall of Fame as an athlete in 1993. Selected by the Founder of Taekwon-Do as one of nine instructors World wide to perform on the official Taekwon-Do training CD Rom. Recipient of the” Outstanding Instructor Medal “ from the International Taekwon-Do Federation Produced over 100 National Champions from Saskatchewan since 1985.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF CLINT NORMAN(INDIVIDUAL EVENTS)

1980 – Western Canadian Championships Silver Patterns, Bronze Sparring (Edmonton)1981 – Western Canadian Championships Gold Patterns, Silver Sparring (Saskatoon)1982 – Western Canadian Championships Silver Sparring (Calgary)1983 – Western Canadian Champion Gold Sparring (Winnipeg) 1984 – Western Canadian Champion Gold Sparring (Regina)

1984 – Can Am Championships (Vancouver) Gold Patterns

1984 – National Championships (Montreal) Bronze Sparring

1984 – North American Champion Gold Sparring (Winnipeg) 1985 – Western Canadian Champion Gold Sparring (Edmonton)1985 – National Champion Gold Sparring, Bronze Patterns (Winnipeg)1986 – European Championships (Yugoslavia) Silver Patterns, Bronze Sparring 1987 – National Championships (Quebec) Silver Patterns, Bronze Sparring 1987 – General Choi Cup (Puerto Rico) Gold Sparring, Bronze Patterns 1987 – Pan American Championships (Argentina) Gold Patterns, Silver Sparring 1987 – World Championships (Greece) Silver Special Techniques (Flying Turning Kick) 1988 – National Championships (Quebec) Gold Patterns, Gold Power Breaking 1989 – National Champion Gold Sparring, Gold Patterns, and Gold Power Breaking ( Overall National Champion ) 1989 – World Festival (DPR Korea) Bronze Sparring 1989 – Pan American (Honduras) Silver Patterns, Bronze Sparring 1990 – National Champion (Ottawa) Gold Sparring and Patterns 1990 – Sask Sport Athlete of the Year Finalist 1991 – National Championships (Regina) Silver Sparring, Silver Patterns 1991 – North American Champion (Ottawa) Gold Sparring 1991 – Sask Sport Athlete of the Year Finalist1991 – Became the first person to take advantage of the Planned Giving Program ( $100,000.00 insurance policy to Sask. Taekwon-Do Federation International Inc.for future athletes ) sponsored by Sask Sport. 1992 – National Champion (Toronto) Gold Sparring, Silver Patterns 1993 – Inducted into the Sask Sport Hall of Fame as an athlete on June 19th .