WATERSIDES INSTRUCTORS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MasterSean Neill

 

Sean Neill has over 12 years of experience and has represented Chungdokwon Great Britain many times.  Having won the British National Championships in 2016,17,18,19 and 21 British International Championships in 2012,13, 15, 16,17,18, and19 British Masters in 2011,12,13,15,16.17, 18 and 19 Chungdokwon Nationals 2010,11,12,13,15,16. and also Wining Gold in 2013 and 2015 Chungdokwon Internationals with fighters from all over the world. Now the instructor in both traditional and also Sport Sparing has branched out to help find the next talent to move forward under his experience and help other students achieve their dreams.

 

He holds a 4th Dan Black belt and is working toward his 5th Dan in the near future.  Master Sean Neill has helped drive forward Waterside Taekwondo Club under the schooling of Master Colin Graves the Owner and Founder of Waterside TKD over 30 years ago, 

 

Together Master Sean and Master Graves have the vision to help promote and help students young and old reach their full potential, be it a Black Belt, Confidence, fitness, National GB team or even the Olympics both Sean and Master Graves will help you to the best with their experience and abilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Master Colin Graves

 

Master Graves has over 28 years of experience and has represented Great Britain 3 times.  He won the British National Championships and was selected for the GB team for the World Championships in 1994.  Losing in the semi-finals to the American who went on to win the championship.

Master Graves also competed at the World Championships in 1997 (Quarterfinalist) & 1999.  He holds a 5th Dan Black belt and is working toward his 6th dan.  Master Graves is truly the driving force behind Waterside Taekwondo, and over his many years of running the club has inspired a number of black belts and successful fighters.

Master Graves began his taekwondo career studying under Master Fred Gaston, but moved to study under Grandmaster Mark Biddlecombe of the Southampton City Club.