USBA/WBA Junior Female Competition Records

The following records were established during USBA/WBA sanctioned or recognized events, by USBA/WBA members, during actual competition. These records are up to date according to our documentation. If you feel that any of these records are in error or should be updated please contact the USBA.


Most 1" Boards Broken By Hand- Spaced

Description : 1"X10"X12", 1 station, 1 strike, carpenter pencil spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Current:
  1. Erin Lewis - 8 boards - Orlando, FL (U.S. Open) - July 8th, 2016.
  2. Jackie Ehlers - 8 boards - Orlando, FL (US Open) July 3-4, 2015.
  3. Carrie Viscanti - 8 boards - Albany, NY (USBA Northeastern Regional Breaking Championships) - August 16th, 2014.
  4. Carrie Viscanti - 8 boards - Clifton Park, NY (Nor'Easter Breaking Championships) - December 1, 2013.
  5. Italya Herrera - 8 boards - Fort Worth, TX (DFW Karate Championships) - October 8, 2011.
  6. Cassandra Long - 8 boards - Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 10, 2010.
Previous:
  1. Cassandra Long - 7 boards - Austin, TX (Lonestar Open) - January 29-30, 2010.
  2. Alexandra Horst - 5 boards - Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 7, 2009.

Most 1" Boards Broken By Hand- Double

Description : 1"X10"X12", 1 station, 1 strike, carpenter pencil spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Current:
Erin Fox - 8 boards - Hamden, CT (Nutmeg State Nationals) - October 1st, 2016.


Most 1" Boards Broken By Elbow- Spaced

Description : 1"X10"X12", 1 station, 1 strike, carpenter pencil spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.


Current:

  1. Mikaela Lavoy - 11 boards - Port Hope, Ontario (Ontario Breaking Championships) May 2nd, 2015.
Previous:
  1. Charlotte Kerr- 10 boards- Norwich, CT (Hall of Fame Awards Banquet and Tournament) - November, 8-9, 2014.
  2. Destiny Herrera- 10 boards- Duncanville, Texas (Texas All-Stars Karate Championships) - August 3, 2013.
  3. Destiny Herrera- 9 boards- Orlando, FL (USBA/WBA World Breaking Championships) - July 5-6, 2013*.
  4. Brylee Black- 8 boards- Abilene, TX (USBA Wild Wild West Breaking Championships) - April 19-20, 2013.
  5. Italya Herrera- 8 boards- Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships)- July13-14, 2012.
  6. Alexandra Horst - 8 boards - Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 7, 2009.

* - Late Posting



Most 1" Boards Broken By Foot- Spaced- Stomp

Description : 1"X10"X12", 1 station, 1 strike, carpenter pencil spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Current:
Mikaela Lavoy- 15 boards- Norwich, CT (Hall of Fame Awards Banquet and Tournament) - November 8-9, 2014.
Previous:
  1. Italya Herrera- 14 boards- Midland, TX (Best of the West Karate Showdown) - September 14, 2013.
  2. Mikaela Lavoy- 12 boards- Orlando, FL (USBA/WBA World Breaking Championships) - July 5-6, 2013.
  3. Italya Herrera - 11 boards - Fort Worth, TX (DFW Karate Championships) - October 8, 2011.
  4. Cassandra Long - 10 boards - Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 10, 2010.
  5. Skylar Pagliuca - 5 boards - Blakely, PA (PA State Breaking Championships) - May 15, 2010.


High Jump Board Break

Description : 1"X10"X12", 1 station, 1 strike, carpenter pencil spacers.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Current:
Camryn Odonnell - 84" total height (18" above head) - Wallingford, CT (North American) June 4th, 2016.
Previous:
  1. Jackie Elhers - 83” (18.5" above head)- Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 3-4, 2015.
  2. Autumn Kapanke - 78" (13" above head)- Orlando, FL (US Open World Martial Arts Championships) - July 1, 2011.
  3. Samantha Austin- 70" (14" above head)- Norwich/Montville, CT (USBA/WBA Hall of Fame Awards Banquet and Tournament) - October 26-27, 2013.
  4. Skylar Pagliuca - 67" (7" above head)- Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 5, 2011.
  5. Skylar Pagliuca - 62.5" (3.5" above head)- Columbus, OH (Arnold Martial Arts Festival) - March 6, 2010.


Most 1" Boards Broken in 10 Seconds, Speed Board Breaking

Description: 1"X10"X12", 5 station max, No Spacers, 10 seconds.
Recognized by the US Breaking Association/World Breaking Association.

Current:
Italya Herrera- 33 boards- Orlando, Florida (USBA/WBA World Breaking Championships) - July 13-14, 2012.

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