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Jonathan Price

2014 Male MVP

2013, 2014, 2015 All-Star Teams

College affiliation: Cortland State
Course of study: Exercise Science
Degree: Bachelors
Year: 2014
Hometown: Painted Post, NY
Collegiate Coach: Rich Hajeris
Other Coach: Master Larry Childs, Grandmaster Kenny Kuek
Weight Class: Middle
Year of Birth: 1992
Interests: Running, Listening to music, Physical Therapy, Video Games, Spending time with family and friends


ECTC Tournament Record:

2012 Cornell Tournament - Black Belt Forms, 3rd
2012 MIT Tournament - A-Team Sparring, 5th

2012 RPI Tournament - Black Belt Forms, 1st
2011 Cornell Tournament - A-Team Sparring, 5th

Other Tournament Record:

2014 NCTA Collegiate National Team Member 

2012 NY State Championship- Sparring, Gold
2012 Collegiate Nationals- Poomsae, Bronze

2011 NY State Championship-Sparring, Bronze& Poomsae, Silver
2011 PA State Championship- Sparring, Silver & Poomsae, Gold
2011 USAT National Qualifier- Sparring, Silver & Poomsae, Silver

2010 USAT National Qualifier- Sparring, Quarter Finals & Poomsae, Silver

2009 USAT Junior Olympics- Sparring, Quarter Finals & Poomsae, Gold
2009 USAT National Qualifier- Sparring, SIlver & Poomsae, Silver


More about Jonathan:

I started Taekwondo when I was little because I wanted to be a power ranger. I can sometimes act a little goofy. I like to have fun and I like to make people laugh. Probably, my biggest weakness would be mashed potatoes.

Thoughts on the ECTC (INCTL) or Taekwondo in general:

I started Taekwondo when I was seven years old. I began competing when I was eight and continued competing into the National Qualifiers and Junior Olympics at thirteen. When I transferred to Cortland, I wanted to join a league that could help me prepare for competitions and allow me to meet new people. I can honestly say that the ECTC has gone above and beyond what I ever pictured. The competitions are great and something can always be learned from competing. In addition, individuals in the league are fantastic. You meet other competitors and form friendships that go beyond competitions. I think it is rare to find a league that provides opportunities for its members to grow mentally, physically, and spiritually. The ECTC does all of these things above and beyond.

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