15 years of accomplishments

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2016 - Recognition from the City of San Jose

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2011 - Hope for Japan Fundraiser

Accomplishments can come in the form of medals, US National Team positions, or winning World Championship titles. While these types of achievements are desired outcomes for any Taekwondo practitioners, Team-M remains focused on youth empowerment, community contribution, and leadership development of all our athletes.

In the last 15 years, Team-M has been committed to developing a connection with our local communities. Partnering with Sacred Heart Community Center over the last several years, the team has participated in the annual food drive that feeds hundreds of families in the San Jose area.

In addition, Team-M has also performed for hundreds of community events around the bay such as Christmas in the park, NBC Christmas parade, Tet Festival, and many local charity events. The most outstanding event was the "Hope for Japan" fundraiser which Team-M and Far East Dragons Dance teamed up to put on one of our biggest performance ever. At the end we were able to raise $5000 and donate 100% proceeds to the Red Cross towards the Hope for Japan Fund.

Major Accomplishments

2019

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1st World Cup Championships

Wuxi, China
  • 2 GOLDS
  • 3 SILVERS
  • 4 BRONZES
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Summer World University Games

Naples, Italy
  • 1 SILVER
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US Nationals

Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • 8 GOLDS
  • 7 SILVERS
  • 11 BRONZES
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Cadet & Junior Pan America

Portland, Oregon
  • 3 GOLDS
  • 2 SILVERS
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Collegiate National Championships

Austin, Texas
  • 1 GOLD
  • 1 SILVER

2018

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US Open

Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 5 GOLDS
  • 5 SILVERS
  • 7 BRONZES
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US National Championships

Salt Lake City, Utah
  • ???
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11th World Poomsae Championships

Taipei, Taiwan
  • 2 SILVERS
  • 1 BRONZE
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Collegiate National Championships

Washington D.C.
  • 5 GOLDS

2017

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President's Cup

Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 9 GOLDS
  • 6 SILVERS
  • 4 BRONZES
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Hanmadang

Anyang, South Korea
  • 2 GOLDS
  • 1 SILVER
  • 5 BRONZES
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Cadet & Junior Pan American Championships

San Jose, Costa Rica
  • 2 GOLDS
  • 1 SILVER
  • 2 BRONZES
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US National Championships

Detroit, Michigan
  • 13 GOLDS
  • 6 SILVER
  • 8 BRONZES
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Summer World University Games

Taipei, Taiwan
  • 1 SILVER
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Collegiate National Championships

Detroit, Michigan
  • 3 GOLDS
  • 1 SILVER
  • 1 BRONZE

2016

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10th World Poomsae Championships

Lima, Peru
  • 1 GOLD
  • 1 SILVER
  • 3 BRONZES
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US National Championships

Richmond, Virgina
  • 12 GOLDS
  • 8 SILVERS
  • 11 BRONZE
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US Open

Reno, Nevada
  • 2 GOLDS
  • 1 SILVER
  • 2 BRONZES
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Collegiate National Championships

Boulder, Colorado
  • 5 GOLDS
  • 2 BRONZES

2015

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Cadet & Junior Pan American Championships

Aguascalientes, Mexico
  • 1 GOLD
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US National Championships

Austin, Texas
  • 6 GOLDS
  • 4 BRONZES
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Collegiate National Championships

Austin, Texas
  • 2 GOLDS
  • 3 SILVERS
  • 2 BRONZES

2014

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9th World Poomsae Championships

Aguascalientes, Mexico
  • 1 GOLD
  • 3 SILVERS
  • 4 BRONZES
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US National Championships

San Jose, California
  • 12 GOLDS
  • 6 SILVERS
  • 1 BRONZE
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US Open

Las Vegas, Nevada
  • ????
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Collegiate National Championships

Berkeley, California
  • 2 GOLDS
  • 3 BRONZES

2013

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8th World Poomsae Championships

Bali, Indonesia
  • 1 GOLD
  • 1 BRONZE
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US National Championships

Chicago, Illinois
  • 9 GOLDS
  • 6 SILVERS
  • 9 BRONZES
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US Open

Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 6 GOLDS
  • 3 SILVERS
  • 1 BRONZE
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Collegiate National Championships

Springs, Colorado
  • 4 GOLDS
  • 1 BRONZE

2012

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7th World Poomsae Championships

Tunja, Colombia
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  • 1 BRONZE
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US Open

Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 2 GOLDS
  • 1 SILVER
  • 1 BRONZE
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World Taekwondo Hanmadang

The Kukkiwon, South Korea
  • 4 GOLDS
  • 4 BRONZES
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US National Championships

Dallas, Texas
  • 6 GOLDS
  • 4 SILVERS
  • 3 BRONZES
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Collegiate National Championships

Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • 3 GOLDS
  • 2 SILVERS
  • 2 BRONZES

2011

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US National Championships

Buffalo, New York
  • 6 GOLDS
  • 3 SILVERS
  • 3 BRONZES
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Collegiate National Championships

Davis, California
  • 1 GOLD
  • 2 SILVERS
  • 1 BRONZE