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Stephen Lambdin, 2016 Olympian - Taekwondo Seminar and USAT USA National Qualifier


Missoula Taekwondo Center is proud to host a sparring seminar with Stephen Lambdin.

Registration

Registration for Missoula Taekwondo Center Students

Schedule Detail:

Saturday:

  • 1:00pm -3:00pm 2017 Montana State USAT Qualifier
  • 5:00pm-7:00pm USAT National Qualifier Participant Seminar with Stephen Lambdin

Sunday

  • 9am-10:30 -All Colored Belts
  • 11am - 12:30pm Cadet
  • 1:30pm - 3:30pm Black and Red Belt

Background on Stephen (If you did not already know...He's awesome)
In July 2013, Stephen reached number 7 on the World Taekwondo rankings, but greatness comes from small beginnings. He began taekwondo at age five under Master Jeff Pinaroc in Arlington, Texas. From his first lesson, he has given every practice 100% of his effort and love in pursuit of excellence. Even as a little boy, he has wanted nothing more than a chance to represent the United States at the Olympic Games.

For many years, he dominated his brackets in Texas while every year falling short of medals at the US Junior National Championships. “Each time I lost, my determination grew,” says Stephen. When he turned fourteen, all of his hard work paid off when he won his first Junior Nationals and made the US Junior National Team, in 2002. That year, the team traveled to Crete, Greece for the 4th World Junior Taekwondo Championships. Since 2002, there has been no stopping Stephen.
Stephen spent several years training in Los Angeles, and now trains under National Team Coach Jason Poos, at Poos Taekwondo Center. A graduate of California Lutheran University, he spent 3 years working as a Reliability Coordinator for BNSF Services Team at GE Transportation in Fort Worth, TX. Stephen left his position, at GE, in July of 2015 to perfect his game for the upcoming games in Rio.

Overall Stephen has represented the United States on 25 different National Teams. These include Junior, Collegiate, Under 24, World Cup, Senior, World Grand Prix, Pan Am Games and even the 2016 Olympic Team. Be sure and check back regularly to follow Stephen’s 11th place performance in Rio all the way through his GOLD medal performance in Tokyo 2020!

For further questions please email Master Steve Rosbarsky steve@missoulamtc.com

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Call Missoula Taekwondo Center: (406) 829-1328