Olympic-Style Sparring with Team MOST




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What is Team MOST?

Team MOST (Master Orlando Sparring Team) is a World Taekwondo style sparring program based at United Sports. The program is run by Master Antonio Orlando (Kukkiwon 6th Degree and certified USA Taekwondo Level 2 Taekwondo Coach.) Master Orlando has 25 years of coaching experience and has coached over a dozen athletes to medal at national and international tournaments. He is supported by Assistant Coach Steve Findley, Team Captain, William Findley (3rd Degree) and Assistant Captain, Ana Lucia Molina (1st Degree).

How can you be a part of Team MOST?

Team MOST consist of students from United Sports TKD, BucksMont TKD (our sister school), and other dojangs from around the region. All athletes in the program must be registered students at United Sports Tae Kwon Do, or with another World Taekwondo style school, and have permission from their senior instructor to train.

The team meets three Saturdays a month. All students age 6+ who are Yellow Belts or above are invited to join the practice team, which trains from 12:30-2:00. The competition team (by invitation) trains from 2:00-5:00 and participates in 4-6 tournaments each year, including the USA Taekwondo State and National Championships.


Master Antonio Orlando (6th Dan)


If your goal is to improve your sparring game or simply to improve your fitness levels considerably, Team MOST will help you or your child to reach those goals. To learn more or to schedule a free trial class, contact Team Manager Lisa Findley at finstirtkd@comcast.net

United Sports Tae Kwon Do

1426 Marshalton Thorndale Rd, Downingtown PA, 19335

Phone: 267.290.8080


Our mission is “To help students to become the best version of themselves.” We understand that children learn differently. From the grade school child with ADHD who wants to gain control and focus, to the elite athlete who wants to win a national championship, we work with every student “where they are” to guide them toward their best future.