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Trainor Taekwondo Academy is Ballarat's only fully equipped full-time Olympic accredited martial arts and fitness centre offering a range of martial arts and fitness programs for all ages and levels of fitness. (see programs)

Trainor Taekwondo Academy has enjoyed steady growth since its inception in 1984, currently offering a range of programs specifically designed for both children and adults , together with active competition teams contesting regional, state, national and international competitions in both Olympic sparring and technical events.

Principal Instructors, Janine and Russell Trainor, have combined their passion for sport Taekwondo, self-defence and fitness with their experience as qualified and registered school teachers, to make available martial arts coaching of the highest standards.

Trainor Taekwondo Academy competition members have enjoyed considerable competition success including medals at the 3rd World Junior Taekwondo Championships( bronze) Korean Open, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010 and 2011and 2012 US Open. Members have also represented Australia at international events including 5th World Technical Championships,World University Games and Malaysian Open. The success of members at state, national and international level has established Trainor Taekwondo Academy as the leading sport Taekwondo / martial arts school in Ballarat and western Victoria. STOP PRESS: Chelsea wins Gold and Bronze at 2013 USA Open Taekwondo Championships

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  • Stop Press; Trainor Taekwondo Academy ranked No 1 Technical Club in Australia with 2 members in the top 4! With International Gold medals won by Chelsea Trainor at all three of her International competition including the Korean Open, 2012 USA Open and 2013 USA Open together with a equal second in the individual technical division, Trainor Taekwondo Academy has established itself as one of the leading Taekwondo clubs in Australia. Additional International medals have also been won in recent years by members contesting World Championships, Malaysian Open, World University Games WoW! To read more click here