(VIDEO) 2016 WBA Ontario Breaking Championships Highlights

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Here is the highlight video of the 2016 WBA Ontario Breaking Championships held on Saturday May8, 2016 hosted by Cobourg Tae Kwon Do and sanctioned by the USBA/WBA.

Hope you enjoy!


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What should you expect to see at the 2016 WBA Ontario Breaking Championships?

You will see the following:

  • A Four Man Team setting a new World Record
  • Our community living students doing some breaking
  • Some first time breakers trying out the sport of competitive breaking
  • Various power wood and power concrete divisions ranging from the ages of 5 to 60 some odd years old
  • Various speed, and high jump events
  • Various creative wood breaking and creative open breaking
  • Two new Team Wolverine members will make their team depute
  • Food by Vintage Pizza Pie
  • A few vendor tables selling various items
  • The after party at Boston Pizza
  • Five Grand Champions to be crowned
  • and much more…

It is going to be a great day of breaking and lots of fun for everyone. Also here is last year’s highlight video if you have not already seen it.

See you all there at the Port Hope Fall Fair Centre on Saturday May 7th. The fun begins at 10am.

Master Jonathan Field

Cobourg Tae Kwon Do


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I just wanted to share some of the highlight videos from the 2015 US OPEN. You will see some of our Team Wolverine members on there as well as a few new members that we just recruited from Florida.

Master Jonathan Field

Cobourg Tae Kwon Do


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It is the over due but finally here video of Cobourg Tae kwon Do’s Team Wolverine at the 2015 US OPEN, USBA/WBA Worlds and ISKA Worlds back in July at the Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando Florida. I hope you enjoy the video.

Master Jonathan Field

Cobourg Tae Kwon Do

(VIDEO) Team Wolverine at 2015 USBA/WBA & ISKA North American Championships

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Here is the video from the 2015 USBA/WBA and ISKA North American Championships that a few team wolverine members competed at back in June 2015 in Fairfield Connecticut. Enjoy the video.

Master Jonathan Field

Cobourg Tae Kwon Do


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I wanted to share some of my thoughts on competitive breaking or the lessons that all breakers should know or take the time to learn. These lessons come from personal experience, learning indirectly by watching other breakers, and some is just common sense.

1. You will win some and you will lose some. It happens to all of us. There is nothing you can do but be a good winner and a even better non winner.

2. Sometimes the material you are striking breaks and other times it does not. There is many factors that come into play with this. It’s all part of the game.

3. Never allow anger to get the better of you. If something does not go your way, it does not give you the right to take it out on others or the nearest object closest to you.

4. When competitive breaking you are there to try to win but also you are there to put on a show. People may not remember how much you broke at any given time but they will remember the performance you gave and how you acted.

5. Remember to maintain your focus as best you can. There is many distractions and things going on around you. You need to be able to tune all this out in order to do your best.

6. From day to day, competition to competition you will change your performance. Sometimes you are on the ball and nothing can stop you and other times you just can’t seem to do anything. We all go through this. Just cherish the moments you have and move on.

7. Build yourself up because you are good and are willing to work hard. Never use others to build your name up. Saying you beat so and so does not help your reputation. It actually shows that you value them more than yourself.

8. Rather than trying to beat individual competitors you should be concerned with outdoing your last performance and breaking your stacks. Ultiamtely breaking is a competition with ones’ self not against others.

9. Make sure you are enjoying yourself. If its’ not enjoyable then why are you doing it?

10. Do not compare your journey to that of another. We all have different journeys as we are all unique. One person’s journey is not necessarily more important or valuable compared to someone else’s.

11. It takes time to build up your conditioning for breaking. Rushing will only result in more injuries that may not have occurred if the proper time was taken.

12. When breaking using human holders one should avoid striking their holders if all possible. There is not art in smashing a stack of boards and recklessly hurt your holders at the same time. Got to have that self control.

13. Be courtesies to all those that volunteer to help you. No need for yelling and anger. The people that help the breakers help because they want to see the person do good. They should be treated with respect.

14. Breaking competition is one of the few sports where competitors will help each other set up their material, hold for the, clean up, and etc,. We all want the best person to win because they are the best and not for other stupid reasons.

15. Never dwell on a bad day. It will past and you will have more good days.

16. Make sure you fully understand the rules. If you don’t, ask someone who knows them well so they can help you.

17. Compete by the rules. Whatever the rules say that is what you go by. Never try to bend them so you can help an unfair advantage. The rules are in place so everyone has the same playing field in which to compete.

18. Use the proper material. Whatever the material you are breaking, make sure it is what you say it is. Sometimes breaking gets a bad name because some competitors doctor their material. When this happens it makes us all look bad.

19. Compete with integrity. You are not just representing yourself but also all breakers, the organizations and associations in which you are competing in, your schools, your instructors, your styles, and so forth.

20. Focus on being a good person and develop your skills to the best of your abilities and everything will take care of itself.

Master Jonathan Field

Cobourg Tae Kwon Do



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I wanted to share a video from this past weekend’s US OPEN/ISKA Worlds/USBA WBA Worlds. This video shows all the creative breaking at the ISKA worlds and was filmed by Team Breakwondo. I ended up with a 4th place finish. Pretty good for competing in creative breaking for the first time at ISKA Worlds. Aiming to do better next year. Hope you enjoy the video.


Master Jonathan Field

Cobourg Tae Kwon Do


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Well the 2015 US OPEN, ISKA Worlds, and WBA Worlds has come and gone. Lots of memory made of everything that went on this past weekend.

I just wanted to take a few moments to share some of my personal highlights of the trip and will share the completed team wolverine results when I get all the results in.

1. I won two 2nd places on the US OPEn/WBA side of the competition. Not my best results but I did do a personal best in the high jump division with 22.5 inches over my head. The winner did 28 inches over their head.

2. I won 4th place in Creative Breaking at the ISKA World Championships. First time doing creative there. I always said I could be competitive in that division against the best in the world and I proved that on Saturday. Now it’s time to train to win.

3. Team wolverine won between 21-15 first places at the US OPEN, several WBA World Championships, and many 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th places. I have to say that the black belt divisions were extra competitive this year and our team held their own.

4. As team leader I was able to pick up pretty much everyone’s registration packages instead of waiting in the huge lines. That was a bonus.

5. I was made a VIP team leader so I received a special pass to wear around as well I received two VIP passes to the night of champions. Second row from the stage.

6. I spent a good chunk of Friday judging creative breaking so i got to see lots of really cool breaking routines. Our team had some of the best routines of the day. I really enjoyed judging and officiating. Especially at the largest martial arts tournament in the world.

7. Fellow team wolverine members Mikaela Lavoy, Jimmy Nguyen, and I were selected to perform at the Night of Champions live on ESPN. We performed in a breaking demonstration during Master Serrano’s World Record Baseball Bat breaking Attempt along side some other world class breakers ranging from young children up to breakers in their 60s. It was a huge honour. Many hours of practice throughout the entire weekend results in a great display of talent and skill.

8. I finished the weekend with a dinner with fellow USBA/WBA Directors and World Champion breakers. We shared stories, talked a little business, and share some fantastic Mexican food. It was a good night.

9. Our team were awesome team mates towards each other but also towards other competitors. When anyone outside of the team needed help, our team was there to provide it, Competitive breaking is one of the few sports where competitors will help each other. We want to win because we are better and not for any other reason. We try to bring out the best in each other.

So as soon as I get the completed results I will share it with all of you and as always I will get a video together ASAP.

Master Jonathan Field

Cobourg Tae Kwon Do




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Here is a few breaking videos to give you a brief preview of some of the things you may see at the 1st Annual Ontario Breaking Championships being held on Saturday May 2nd at the Port Hope Rec Centre Fall Fair Centre. If you are coming as a spectator you are in for a great show. If you are competing don’t forget to get registered ASAP here http://www.usbawba.org/2015Event2W.aspx


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Here is a few videos from the Florida Regional Breaking Championships held this past Saturday hosted by one of my friends, Master Nick Zambri. A fellow ISKA World Champion. Enjoy the videos and don’t forget to sign up for the 1st Annual Ontario Breaking Championships. http://www.usbawba.org/2015Event2W.aspx Registration must be in by April 18th.

Master Jonathan Field