CUTA

California Unified Taekwondo Association

News & Events

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Israel and Paris Trip Wrap Up

CUTA took athletes and coaches to Paris and Israel over the last month and performed at their best! Along with exciting memories, we brought back some hardware too! Check it out! In Israel: Ryan Martine- bronze Sabrina Sorokorensky- bronze Alena Viana- bronze Taylor...

2018 Binationals Wrap Up

This 2018 Binatioanls was held on October 20 at the beautiful venue of Centro de Alto Rendimiento en Tijuana Baja California Mexico, one of the Olympic Team Training Center in Mexico. This was a great opportunity for all our Cadet and Jr. CUTA Team members to...

CUTA Team Rocks it at the 2018 Binationals!

On October 20th, 2018 in Tijuana, Mexico, the 2018 CUTA Team competed and did extremely well! Thank you to our Event Director Master Elviz Chavez and Mayra Chavez for making this a possibility for our athletes. Competing internationally is no easy task for any...

About Us

A 501(C) Non-Profit

  • Provide an annual State Championship to qualify athletes for Nationals.
  • Provide opportunities for all ages and ability levels to compete in the sport of Taekwondo.
  • Provide California Team Trials and training for the state teams.
  • Sponsor the state teams to compete in National and International competitions.
  • Provide and coordinate technical training for athletes, coaches and referees.
2018 CUTA State Championships

Donating

Your donation helps athletes aspire for and achieve dreams they never thought were possible.

Tj Curry and Sophie

CUTA Olympic Dream Fund

Supports elite athletes with Olympic potential. Contributions to this fund are matched dollar for dollar up to $3,000 by the Bright Fund, and are fully tax deductible. ​

Team CUTA in Costa Rica

CUTA Athlete Fund

Provide scholarships to CUTA athletes from financially disadvantaged backgrounds to attend and compete at local CUTA tournaments.

Sponsorships

This year CUTA has sponsored over $4,500 in scholarship funds as well as having contributed $4,500 from the Northern California Aspire Camp, making it a total of $9,000.

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