Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Israel G. Xuivi inducted into Taekwon-do hall of fame

Grand Master Israel G. Xuivi, founder of Naga Kiti-do and a International Taekwon-do player has been inducted in the Taekwon-do Hall of Fame at the historic ceremony held at the Hyatt Regency at 2 Exchange Palace, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA on August 19.
He was inducted for his outstanding achievements and tagged him as “Pioneer Taekwon-do Instructor”. He was honoured by Grand Master Gerard E Robbins, president of Taekwon-do Hall of Fame in presence of executive directors and technical advisors.
The award was in conformity with the recognition in the official website of International Taekwondo Hall of Fame 2021 for his outstanding performance and achievements in Taekwon-do tagging him as “Outstanding ITF taekwondo champion”.
It may be mentioned that 67 renowned international Grand Masters from various Taekwondo organisations were inducted on the said ceremony.
Person previously honoured included ITF president Prof. Chang Ung and WTF president, Dr. Un Yong Kim. In India, Israel is the second person to be inducted into the Hall of Fame after Grand Master Puran Andrew Gurung, the founder of taekwondo in India and Nepal.
As approved by the technical advisors of All Naga Kiti-do Association, Israel also awarded honorary 9 Degree Black belt to Grand Master Gerard E Robbins for his achievement, commitment and dedication towards promotion Martial Arts around the world and to promote Naga indigenous Martial Art Naga Kiti-do globally.
Meanwhile, the All Naga Kiti-do Association has congratulated its founder and president, Grand Master Israel G. Xuivi for the historic achievement.