The USBA/WBA realizes the value in having quality representatives across the USA and abroad. We pride ourselves in the strong relationships and lasting bonds we have built with many of the top Martial Arts' Competitors and Practitioners in the World. You will see many of the same faces year after year at USBA/WBA events. The USBA/WBA is more than an empty association, it's a family!
Regional and Local Directors, Officials, and Coordinators are appointed to provide accessible support to competitors and promoters in their area, to help further the USBA/WBA and itâ€™s mission, and to help bring Worldwide recognition to USBA/WBA members. Directors are all current or former breakers with experience and competence in what is involved to be a "breaker". Officials are either current or former competitive breakers themselves, and/or have the knowledge base and training necessary to qualify as a USBA/WBA Official. Coordinators may not be breakers themselves, but have been trained in coordinating USBA/WBA events to our strict standards.
These individuals have view points that align with the vision of the USBA/WBA on Martial Arts competition and values, and their impact on the future of not only breaking, but the Martial Arts as a whole. The USBA/WBA recognizes the following individuals as leaders in the Martial Arts community and encourages others to recognize the importance of these individuals to the future of competitive breaking and the Martial Arts community.
Members and promoters are welcome to contact USBA/WBA Directors in their area for training seminars or questions about the USBA/WBA.
Northeastern Regional Circuit DirectorRegional Director- New York, US
North Central Regional Circuit DirectorRegional Director- Indiana, US
South Eastern Regional Circuit DirectorRegional Director- Florida, US
Local Director- Connecticut, US
Local Director- Texas, US
Local Director- Ontario, Canada
Local Director- Pennsylvania, US
Local Director- Virginia, US
Local Director- Dublin, Ireland
World/National Coordinator- USA
World/National Event Support- USA
USBA/WBA Logistics Support
2014 U. S. Open World Martial Arts Breaking championships!
USBA/WBA World Record set by Jonathan Field- 50 1" boards with palm srikes in 10.5 seconds!
USBA/WBA World Record set by Drew Serrano- 34 patio blocks broken with 3 strikes in under 10 seconds!
USBA/WBA World Record set by John Zurisk- 8, 2x4" lengths of lumber with side kicks in 10 seconds!