Zaha Talhouni

Master

About Master Zaha Talhouni

Taekwondo instructor Master Zaha Talhouni is one of the highest ranked females in the world. She is a certified referee and a holder of 6th Dan Black belt since 2011. She believes in strength training and pushes students to their highest limits to achieve break throughs in their practice. Her tough approach allows serious and competitive students to master self-discipline in order to be confident and proud of what they can accomplish. Achievements:
  • Earned Bronze medal in the 1st Open International Orthodoxi Taekwondo Championship – Amman, Jordan in 1992
  • Earned Gold medal in the 2nd Open International Orthodoxi Taekwondo Championship – Amman, Jordan in 1993
  • Participated in the 1st Junior World Taekwondo Championship – Barcelona, Spain in 1996
  • Participated in the World Taekwondo Championship – Hong Kong in 1997
  • Earned Gold medal in the 1st Beirut International Championship – Beirut, Lebanon in 1997
  • Earned Gold medal in the 8th Annual Pan Arab Games – Beirut, Lebanon in 1997
  • Earned Silver medal in England International Championship – London, England in 1997
  • Participated in the 13th Asian Games – Bangkok, Thailand in 1998
  • Earned Gold medal in the 2nd Arab Championship – Rabat, Morocco in 1998
  • Participated in the 2nd Junior World Taekwondo Championship – Istanbul, Turkey in 1998
  • Earned Gold medal in Jordan-Taiwan Friendly tournament – Amman, Jordan in 1998
  • Earned Gold medal in the 9th Pan Arab Games – Amman, Jordan in 1998
  • Awarded Badge of Honor by his Majesty King of Jordan for distinguished achievements – Amman, Jordan in 1998
  • Participated in the Asian Regional Taekwondo Tournament – Manila, Philippines in 1999
  • Participated in the Sydney Olympics Youth Camp – Sydney, Australia in 2000