Next ITF Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

ceremony welcoming

The next induction ceremony will be held on Friday 20th March, 2020 in Melbourne, Victoria to coincide with the Arnold Classic Taekwon-Do World Championships.

After the huge success of the 2nd event will well over 100 guest and in the presence of 3 Grandmasters, we look forward to another great celebration in the 3rd installment.

A reminder the event is open to all ITF practitioners, past and present, regardless of which organization you align yourself with.

All persons are eligible to be nominated – check the nomination categories and nomination procedures.

We invite all students, supporters, past nominees and inductees to come along and celebrate the great achievements of all of those who have contributed to the development and success of General Choi’s Taekwon-Do in the Australasian Region over the past 40+ years.

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2018 Ceremony Report

The 2nd ITF Hall of Fame Australasia ceremony was held on Saturday 27th January 2018 at the iconic Carlton Football Club in Melbourne, Australia.

 Special guests of Honour were Grandmaster Choi Jung Hwa, the Son of General Choi Hong Hi; Taekwon-Do Pioneer Grandmaster JC Kim, who was instrumental in the formation of the ITF, and Grandmaster Trevor Nicholls.

ITF Hall of Fame ceremony included nominees, families, students, friends and supporters who came along to support and acknowledge the great achievements of those inducted.

Guests were welcomed by Grandmaster Trevor Nicholls, who traveled from the UK for the event, along with speeches by Grandmaster Kim, Grandmaster Choi, Master Muleta and Master Keating.

On the evening, inductees included:

Grandmaster Choi Jung Hwa – Legend of Taekwon-Do

Grandmaster Jong Chan Kim – Legend of Taekwon-D0

Master Michael Muleta – Outstanding Lifetime Contribution

The Inaugural event in 2017 was a huge success with attendees and nominees from across Australia and New Zealand, and some very worthy and proud inductees.

The event has rapidly grown and was followed up by a sold-out event in 2018, featuring 3 Grandmasters and 10 ITF Masters in attendance, from various organizations, who travelled from UK, Canada, Korea, New Zealand and across Australia for the event.

The next induction ceremony will be announced soon.

See photos from the most recent event here