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 Ms. Sarah Navratil

2nd Degree Black Belt

Inactive January 2015


Rank: 2nd Degree Black Belt

Date Started Taekwon-Do: August 2009
February 13, 1993

What type of pets do you have and what are their names: Sophia (cat) & Gina (dog)

Favorite part of class: Patterns & Sparring

Black Belt Grand Champion 2014 - Axe TKD Tournament



Ms. Navratil is black belt student at Axe Taekwon-Do.  Ms. Navratil is qualified to be an assistant instructor.  Testing for 2nd degree scored 100 percent on the written test.

Where were you born: Lincoln, Nebraska
What countries/states have you lived in: Colorado & Nebraska
What sports/hobbies do you have other than Taekwon-Do: Playing piano and dance
What is your favorite food: French fries
Highest level of education: College

Current Profession: College student
What did you want to be when you were a child: To be the owner of Couduroy, that suffed bear book character who wore green overalls.

Siblings: Ren & Michael (2nd degree black belt)


2nd Degree, USTF-2-3119, February 2014, Master Todd, Bellevue, Nebraska

1st Degree, USTF-1-10990, August 2012, Master Todd, Bellevue, Nebraska



USTF Class C Instructor, April 29th, 2012 - #981


USTF Class B Referee, March 8, 2014

USTF Class C Referee, March 10, 2012


USTF Breaking Seminar, April 2014


3 board side piercing kick


Ms. Bowing & Ms. Navratil Step Sparring

Ms. Bowing, Ms. Navratil & Mrs. Ragone


1 tile Openfist Strike

1 board Flying Twinfoot Front Snap Kick


3 board Flying Side Piercing Kick

Ms. Navratil with the test board


Older Profile Pic

1. Why did you start Taekwon-Do: I was at the Youth Center already because of my brother.  So, instead of just sitting and watching, I joined.
2. What made you interested enough to join:  Everyone was super nice, and Taekwon-Do looked fun, so that definately played a huge part in my joining.
3. What did you think being a black belt meant before you started training: I honestly do not think that the thought ever crossed my mind.
4. What do you think being a black belt means now: More responsiblity, perserverance and dedication.




5. What changed your opinion: Actually being in Taekwon-Do and learning from the black belts around me.
6. What was your goal when you started Taekwon-Do: Survive being a white belt and one day make it to black belt.
7. What is your goal now: to become stronger and be able to defend myself.

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