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To the Rising Champion,
Grand Master Reitenbach, an 8th Degree Black Belt served as Vice-President of the U.S. Tae Kwon Do Union from 1985-1992, 1997-1998, and the year 2000. He has owned and taught at the Reitenbach Institute of Tae Kwon Do for over 30 years and is also a physical education professor at the University of San Francisco. His 8th Degree Black Belt is certified through the World Tae Kwon Do Federation and Kukkiwon. His current love for skydiving came from his days as a U.S. Army paratrooper with the 101st Airborne Division. Grand Master Reitenbach retired from the Army with 24 years of active service. He currently resides in San Francisco.
United States Tae Kwon Do Union, National Governing Body for the
United States Olympic Committee 1985-92, 1997-98, 2000
California State Tae Kwon Do Association, USTU 1982-1991
United States Taekwondo WON, 2003-2005
Olympic Games – Seoul 1988, Barcelona 1992, Sydney 2000
Pre-Olympic Games – Sydney 1999
1st Pan American Tae Kwon Do Congress – Puerto Rico 1992
U. S. TEAM MANAGER
Olympic Sport Festivals – 1985,1986,1987,1991 Game Support 1989
North American Tae Kwon Do Championship – Mexico 1986
HEAD OF TEAM
1ST International Goodwill Jr. Exchange Championships – Greece, Germany 1990
3rd Jr. Olympic Exchange Program – Korea 1992
Pan American Tae Kwon Do Championship – Colorado 1992
All Star Team, World Tae Kwon Do Festival – California 1993
World Cup Tae Kwon Do Championship – France 2000
MILITARY CISM GAMES
North American Regional Championships – Head of Team – Pennsylvania 1990
World CISM Games – Head of Team – Korea 1991
Armed Forces Martial Arts Championships – California 1974 – 1979
1st International Goodwill Championships – California 1981
1st California State Tae Kwon Do Championship – San Bruno 1981
AAU/USA Junior Olympic Tae Kwon Do Championships – California 1981-1984
WORLD TAEKWONDO FEDERATION
All Sports Committee 1998-2001, Masters Committee 1995-1997,
Collegiate Committee 1995-1997
University of San Francisco, since 1977
Presidio of San Francisco Military Base 1971-1986
Treasure Island Naval Air Station 1976-1978, Hamlin School for Girls 1980-1983
Cathedral School for Boys 1993-1996, Boys & Girls Club of San Francisco 1978
USTU Referee Certification Continental Class A #85-0010, USTU Instructor’s Symposium
Regional and National, UC Berkeley Best Coach Award 1981, USTU Technical Research
Committee 7th World Tae Kwon Do Championships,
Co-Chairman National Martial Arts Day-Marine World Africa USA 1976,
Program Coordinator World Cup I-1986, Presidential Sports Award 1976, 1980, 1993,
International Tae Kwon Do Academy Citation 1988, World Tae Kwon Do Federation
Citation 1988 IOC, Centenary Seoul Games 1994, AAU (Amateur Athletic Union)
Pacific Assn Tae Kwon Do Chairman 1980-1981,
USMSA (United States Military Sports Assn) Member 1985
AFMAA (Armed Forces Martial Arts Assn) 1973-1983
8th Degree Black Belt (Kukkiwon)