Master Lefebvre & Master Chong Lee
Taekwondo is an ancient Korean martial art form of self-defense that originated some 2000 years ago. Taekwondo has grown into a world-wide sport that is now practiced in over 150 countries around the world by more than 50 million people. In keeping with its world-wide popularity, Taekwondo was selected over other Asian martial arts as a metal event in the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
Taekwondo trains the body by practicing the basic movements, a series of combination moves, free sparing and knife defense techniques. The Taekwondo teaching methods develop a strong, healthy and agile body as well as character and spirit through perseverance, practice and patience.

Grandmaster Chong Lee, 9th Degree Black Belt first introduced TaeKwonDo (WTF) in Montreal Canada in 1964. Since then, he has taught over 200,000 Canadians, certifying more than 3,000 black belt students. In his 36 years of teaching, his students have won over 100 gold medals at the Canadian National TaeKwonDo Trials; eight gold medals in the Pan Am games, as well as, one gold medal and two silver in the in the World TaeKwonDo Championships.
Grandmaster Chong Lee has been the Canadian National Coach for the past 22 years. He has travelled to 38 different countries throughout the world with his athletes.

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