THE 2000s

Young, Robert W.
May 2011
Black Belt;May2011, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p42
The article presents highlights from the world of martial arts during the years 2000-2009. In the 2000 Olympics, Steven Lopez wins a gold medal in taekwondo. In 2005, Black Belt magazine hosts the 1st Annual Festival of Martial Arts held at Universal Studios Hollywood from July 29 to 31, 2005. In 2007, "Human Weapon," a series about martial arts, starts showing in the History Channel.


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