Martial Arts History




Gold Medalist, 2005 AAU Jujitsu National Championships,
Super Heavy Weight Freestyle Black Belt Division, Clemmons, NC

7 Gold Medals, 1 Silver and1 Bronze, World Sports Jujitsu Championships in both team and individual divisions, 1996-1998-2000-2004,  Sao Paulo, Brazil, Leads, EnglandVancouver BC, CanadaNito, West Virginia

U.S. Sports Jujitsu National Champion 1996-1997 Executive-Senior Heavy Weight Black Belt Division, Pilot Mountain NC, Nito West, Virginia NC

A.A.U. National Champion 1984
Amateur Athletics Union Open Weight Over All Grand Champion
San Diego, California

I.S.K.F. National Champion 1983
International Shotokan Karate Federation National Champion,
Miami, Florida

Two-time NCAA/NCKA National Collegiate Karate Champion 1975-1976
Tempe, Arizona and St. Minneapolis, Minnesota

A Myriad of West Coasts and Southwestern Championships


United States Teams:


Charter Member of the National Budweiser Team 1985-1986

U.S.S.J.A. National Team Member,
invited to fight at the International Sport Jujitsu World Championships in:
Sao Paulo, Brazil 2004 (Silver Medal) Team Captain
2000 Leads, England 2000 (Gold Medal)
Vancouver BC, Canada 1998 (Gold Medal)

A.A.U. National Team Member, invited to fight in the:
W.U.K.O World Champions in Maastricht Holland 1984 (4th Place)
7th YOGO World Cup in Belgrade, Yugoslavia 1984 (Silver Medal)

I.S.K.F. National Team Member, invited to fight at the:
First Shoto World Cup in Tokyo, Japan 1985

Second North American Continental Karate Championships
in Mexico City, Mexico 1982 (Second Place)

All Japan Good Will Games in Tokyo, Japan 1982

Canadian Good Will Games in Winnipeg, Canada 1981

Two-time I.S.K.F. National Champion Team Member 1980-1981