THE DISABLED MARTIAL ARTIST

Bob Banham started martial arts in 1967, at the age of 14. He was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1986 and although he now uses a wheelchair, he holds a 6th dan in Hanmudo and a 4th dan in Taekwondo and still practices and teaches at Chilsong Martial Arts, Norwich UK where he is headmaster.
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Bob Banham has overcome multiple sclerosis to become a 6th dan in han mu do.

Bob Banham showing self-defence from the floor.

June '07 Norwich, UK

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Master Banham was subsequently awarded 6th dan (Chiefmaster) by Dr He-Young Kimm.
He is the highest ranked Hanmudo blackbelt in Europe and 5th highest ranked Hanmudo blackbelt in the world.
 
 In 2009, Dr Kimm appointed Bob European Technical Advisor.

BNMAA International Martial Arts Weekend in Bradford

The Summer 2008 British Hanmudo Seminar - Photos
 
"There are three ways in which a disabled person can be involved in martial arts.
By training themselves, by teaching other disabled people and by teaching able-bodied people. I would encourage everyone to find their own level of achievement and of involvement."
(Bob Banham 2007)

DISMA 2007

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