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Selection Criteria

WEIGHT CLASS                           MEN                                WOMEN

FINWEIGHT                          < 119 lbs/54 KG                 < 101 LBS/46 KG

FLYWEIGHT                         < 127 lbs/58 KG                 < 108 LBS/49 KG

BANTAMWEIGHT                  < 138 lbs/63 KG                 < 116 lbs/53 KG

FEATHERWEIGHT                 < 149 lbs/68 KG                < 125 lbs/57 KG

LIGHTWEIGHT                      < 163 lbs/74 KG                 < 136 lbs/62 KG

WELTERWEIGHT                  < 176 lbs/80 KG                 < 147 lbs/67 KG

MIDDLEWEIGHT                   < 191 lbs/87 KG                 < 160 lbs/73 KG

HEAVYWEIGHT                     + 191 lbs/87 KG                < 161 lbs/73 KG


     •  Copy of membership card for USA Taekwondo verifying membership in All-Army Taekwondo Association (#2135).  This membership can be accomplished on the USA Taekwondo website with a credit card.

     •  Copy of Black Belt certification (must be from Kukkiwon to participate in CISM)

     •  Copy of proof of US citizenship (Passport or Birth Certificate). A Passport is required to be considered for CISM.

     •  Individual must provide all protective and competitive gear for the sport; i.e., dobok, chest protector, protective forearm and shin pads, headgear, fitted mouth guard and socks for the electronic scoring system.

All experience listed on application should be detailed reflecting experience competing in the sport of Taekwondo.  Candidates will be ranked by weight class, based upon experience and accomplishments in the sport.  The number of individuals selected for the Trial Camp, per weight class, may be limited, so, it is imperative to include as much detail in your experience as possible.  Important information to include is record of competitions and results at important competitions such as regional, national, or international competitions.  Remember, this is a Trial Camp, not a training camp.

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