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Biographies and Eulogies

Biographies and Eulogies of martial artists and martial arts instructors on USAdojo.com. Search by name to find a particular individual.

Margitte Hilbig First Canadian Black Belt

Margitte Hilbig was a martial arts master based in Edmonton, Canada. In 1964, she became the first woman in Canada to earn the rank...

Bill Grossman Kenpo Karate

Professor Bill Grossman began his training in the Kenpo Karate system in 1972, under the instruction of Grandmaster Rick Alemany, 10th Dan. After five...

Bill Drougas Vichara Tai Jug Fu

Dr. Bill Drougas PhD, was born in the town of Arta in West Greece. He studied Physics at the University of Ioannina and received...

Royce Gracie Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Royce Gracie was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, one of nine children, seven of whom are boys. His training in Jiu-Jitsu began at...

Jeff Scott: Tang Soo Do

Master Jeff Scott is a 6th degree Black Belt and a 46-year-old veteran of the martial arts, both training and teaching. His interest in...

Barry Johnston: Coach Check

Acknowledged as a leader and authority in sports and martial arts education, Mr Barry Johnston is truly the “trainer’s trainer”. As a curriculum developer,...

John Keehan is Count Dante

Inspired by the fact that Samurai warriors, in order to attain a sense of balance between hard and soft lifestyles, often practiced flower arranging...

Sport Martial Arts Museum – 1946-1999

Aloha fans of American Sport Martial Arts and USAdojo.com readers! In 1946 Master Robert Trias opened the first sport karate studio and history began....

Doc-Fai Wong: Choy Li Fut

Grandmaster Doc-Fai Wong was born in Wangshan village of Wushan area, Doumen district of Zhuhai City, Guangdong province on July 16, 1948 (lunar calendar...

Charlie Lee Tae Kwon Do

Charlie Lee began his martial arts training under Grand Master Jhoon Rhee in 1969. In 1983, Lee began competing on the Karate World Tour...

Interview With Ip Chee Keung Sifu

In the UK, Kung Fu as a Martial Art is in a vast minority, with approximately 5,000 schools nationwide compared with the far greater...