Chief Instructor: Dave Oliver
Dave Oliver started training in Tae Kwon Do in 1970 and gained his black belt in 1974. Dave went on to become
British free sparring champion and a British International. He was a member of the British team that won a silver medal
at the ITF European Tae Kwon Do Championships in Rotterdam, Holland in 1976.
In 1978, Daves first black belt student 17 year old Annette Sullivan won
a gold medal at the ITF Tae Kwon Do
In 1980 Dave was appointed British team coach due to the success of his Tae
Kwon Do students in domestic champ-
Dave has been a professional instructor for the last thirty years and was
the very first professional instructor in the
Dave now runs two schools of Tae Kwon Do, at Warwick and Solihull, he is
also a grading examiner and current
Dave Oliver will receive the "Leadership Award" in 2007 presented by the Taekwondo Hall of Fame ®.
Dave with fellow T.A.G.B. instructors, Don Atkins and Paul Donnelly,
showing the medals they all won at the Battle of Atlanta, U.S.A.
TAGB Dave Oliver, Ron Sergiew,
Paul Donnelly Demo
Great Britain squad after taking title at 1981 ITF World Championships
Dave Oliver's Schools of Tae Kwon Do
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