Leonardo Victoria

Second Degree Black Belt, Kodokan Judo Instructor

Tech Judo Since my childhood, Judo has been not just a Martial Art where a young kid like me had the freedom and space to let all the extra energy flow, or simply a sport encouraged by my parents in order to help my physical development. But rather it has been discipline and a family that taught me many moral values such as respect, responsibility, hard work, and friendship. Furthermore and nevertheless it provided me with a healthy physical growth. Today, after many years of hard training and competition throughout the world I’m hoping to transmit all my knowledge and experiences to the to the young ones coming up, shoulder to shoulder working with a nationally recognized player and coach such as Sensei Clyde Worthen.

  • 2nd Degree Black Belt
  • Started Judo at the age of 6 years old
  • Colombian National Champion 6 years in a row
  • Colombian World Team Member
  • Pan American medalist
  • Central American and Caribbean medalist
  • East Coast Champion
  • Assistant for the Physical Education Department of HCST
  • Certified lifeguard and professional CPR