Lyndsey started training in Taekwon-do at Rayners Lane Academy in 2000, gaining her 1st Degree in March 2008 and in doing so, became the first female student to attain a dan grade at the Academy. She became the Academy’s ‘Student of the Year’ in 2002 and still trains as diligently as she always has. 

As a white belt, her first ever competition was a World Championships in 2000 and since then she has had a good competition career and is a fearsome fighter. Her most notable tournament success was at the 2004 World Championships where she achieved a gold in sparring, a silver in patterns and a further gold as part of the Rayners Lane female team in the team sparring division.

At Rayners Lane all students are equal and thus the girls mix it up with the boys which has transcended further for Lyndsey over the years with a memorable moment being when she was a yellow belt and there were no other ladies entered in her sparring division. The event organiser gave her the choice of a straight gold or fighting in the mens division. She chose the latter and despite some tough opponents took the bronze! This happened again recently as a black belt! Lyndsey’s skills, guts and steadfast determination make her not only an excellent black belt, but a great instructor as well.
Miss Lyndsey Reynolds, 2nd degree

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