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April 1, 2023

On the campus of Colorado Springs Christian School

4845 Mallow Road, Colorado Springs


Early registration: March 15, 2023
FINAL registration: March 22, 2023
Registration for Athletes & Volunteers


📣 Information Update: Weigh Ins for the 2023 Colorado State Championships! 📣

Weigh ins will be held on Friday, March 31, 2023 from 3:00 pm MT to 7:00 pm MT

📢 Weigh ins will be held during this time ONLY – NO EXCEPTIONS. 📢

🔎 The locations are:

Elite Martial Arts Family
12720 Lowell Boulevard
Broomfield, CO 80020

US Taekwondo Center Monument
16328 Jackson Creek Parkway
Monument, Colorado 80132
(719) 488-4321

❓Questions? Please contact Master Carolyn Nunez (cnuneztkd@gmail.com)

Mission Statement

The Colorado State Taekwondo or COSTA’s purpose is to promote and sponsor the sport of Taekwondo within the State of Colorado and throughout the United States. It is intended that the Corporation reach out to as many Taekwondo schools as possible within the State of Colorado. COSTA will function as a USA-Taekwondo (USAT) grassroots organization whose primary function is to develop Taekwondo by means of the National Governing Body. USAT sanctioning and memberships will be required for participation both state and national COSTA events.


  1. To develop interest and participation of the Sport Taekwondo in the State of Colorado, and in national and international Taekwondo competitions, for amateur athletes.
  2. To keep amateur athletes involved in Taekwondo informed of domestic and international (World Taekwondo Federation and Pan American Taekwondo Union) policy matters and to reasonably reflect the views of such athletes in its policy decisions.
  3. To hold an amateur state competition in Colorado or to sponsor same.
  4. To sponsor, when budget allow, State of Colorado Taekwondo athletes in national or international Taekwondo competitions.
  5. To provide equitable support and encouragement for participation in programs for female and male Colorado resident Taekwondo athletes without discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation or national origin.
  6. To encourage, promote, sponsor, and support publications, institute clubs, clinics, seminars, establishment of scholarships and institution of training aids. This is meant to include training of referees, coaches, other Taekwondo officials,as well as amateur Taekwondo athletes.
  7. To encourage and promote the research, development, and educational idealism of the Martial Arts of Taekwondo in the state, nation, and the world.
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