Beau Lang

Nickname: Bean

  • Certificate 2 in sports and recreation
  • Certificate 3 and 4 in fitness
  • Certificate 4 and diploma in sports coaching
  • 10 X Victorian tkd champion
  • 5 X National tkd champion
  • 5 X Australian team member
  • Silver medal at 2006 commonwealth championships
  • 5th 2007 Australian youth Olympics
  • 3rd 2008 commonwealth championships
  • Oceania championships
  • World universiade championships
  • U18 bronze (pole vault)
  • U20 2nd 3000m steeplechase, 3rd pole vault, 4th decathlon at vic state champs
  • 5th decathlon, 7th javelin, 4th 3000m steeplechase at 2012 Vic open champs

Favourite Superhero:The Joker from Batman or Spiderman

Beau Lang

Jerilee Carkeek

Nickname: Jeri

Career Highlights:

  • 2015 Australian Uniroos member
  • 2015 Australian National Champion

Favourite Superhero: Phoenix

Jerilee Carkeek 2

Bryanna Cheong

Career Highlights:

  • World Junior Championships in Mexico, 2010
  • Australian Team Member
  • Bronze Medalist at the Commonwealth Championships in India, 2011
  • 10 National Titles
  • 11 International Open Competitions and titles
  • Over 30 Victorian State Championship titles
  • Competed at teh most recent 20156 US Open
Bryanna Cheong

Warren Hansen

Career Highlights:

  • Gold Medal at the US Open in 1999
  • Bronze Medal at the World Cup in Germany in 1998
  • 6th place at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games
  • 6th Dan Black Belt and 4th Class Referee

  • Nick Tsioulos

    Nick is a former Taekwondo Champion with 8 National Titles to his name. Nick commenced Taekwondo in 1983 and quickly rose to be an inspirational competitor at both a national and international level. He has competed internationally at over 20 events as well as winning his national weight division in as many occasions. This saw him earn the recognition of ‘Flyweight of the Century’ and inducted into the Taekwondo Hall of Fame.Nick’s instructing and coaching career began in 1988. His experience as a player set him up to become one of the most respected coaches today. His most recent roles in coaching saw him as National Junior Development Coach, an Australian Selector for the Olympic Team and placed on a Coaching Scholarship with the Australian Sport Commission. He has recently developed his own Taekwondo school “Titans Taekwondo Academy”, which is built on the backbone of his many years of experience. His dedication to the sport and development of children has made him a valuable asset to the Coach Approach team and has made him one of
    the most popular coaches.

    Sinead Smyth

    Sinead is an Australian Taekwondo Representative. Sinead began her training 12 years ago and has developed her skill to become one of the rising stars in WA Taekwondo. Sinead has gone from strength to strength, winning many State and Australian titles and has represented Australia in numerous international events. In 2004 Sinead was named Black Belt of the Year and followed this up by being selected for the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games. She won Gold at Australian University Games the following year and in 2008 she was also a member of the Beijing Olympic Shadow team. She is Currently ranked number 1 in the senior U49kg division and last year she was a quarter finalist at the US open.