Maxime, the small competitor from Canada, left a great impression at the 2003 ITF World Championships to competitos, spectactors as well as the umpires. Thanks to his phenomenal leg techniques and powerful movements, he won the world title during this event in Warsaw, Poland (patterns male 2nd degree).
Maxime Bujold – Canada
This wasn't his first world title, as he had won the junior divisions in both patterns as well as sparring one year before in Puerto Rico (2002).
Maxime is a very well-rounded taekwon-doist, showing his versatility in his homecountry Canada during the 2007 world championships where he won the lightest male sparring division (-54 kg). During this World Championship he was also crowned as best male competitor. A title that he had also won as a junior in 2002.
World champion ITF 2002 (Ponce, Puerto Rico) – Patterns Junior 2nd degree
World champion ITF 2002 (Ponce, Puerto Rico) – Sparring Junior -52 kg
World champion ITF 2002 (Ponce, Puerto Rico) – Best male competitor
World champion ITF 2003 (Warsa, Poland) – Patterns Male 2nd degree
World champion ITF 2007 (Quebec, Canada) – Sparring Male -54 kg
Bronze WC ITF 2007 (Quebec, Canada) – Patterns Male 4th – 6th degree
World champion ITF 2007 (Quebec, Canada) – Best male competitor
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