Master Dawn Lefebvre is a 6th Dan Black Belt and former Canadian National Champion. Dawn started training in 1974 at the age of 14 in Montreal, Quebec, under the instruction of Grand Master Chong Lee (9th Dan Black Belt and head coach for the Canadian National Team for more than 25 years). Within one year of training Dawn was competing in tournaments throughout North America, and in 1986 was awarded the title of Canadian National Champion. In that same year Dawn went on to win the Bronze Medal at the Pan-American Games in Ecuador, and also the US Open Championships in New York City. In 1987 Dawn placed second in Canada at the National Championships. Winning these and numerous other titles were exhilarating highlights in her career.
6th Degree Black Belt
1st place – Canadian National Taekwondo Championships, 1986.
1st place – U.S. Open Taekwondo Championships, New York City, 1986.
3rd place – World Pan American Taekwondo Championships, Ecuador, 1987.
2nd place – Quebec Provincial Taekwondo Championships, 1987.
2nd place – Canadian National Taekwondo Championships, 1987.
Inducted into the Taekwondo Hall of Fame, 2007.
In loving memory of Grand Master Chong Soo Lee, who will forever be remembered as the Greatest Grand Master that ever lived, as a man of good heart, a man of respect and honour.
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 was the Canadian National Coach for over 22 years. He has travelled to 38 different countries throughout the world with his athletes.