Ashley Mann Awakening Profile
Discover Ashley Mann’s full martial arts history here, we’ve done the research so you don’t have to. ▷ Female fight enthusiasts only!
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|1ST DISCIPLINE||Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu||Blue Belt||-|
|3RD DISCIPLINE||Judo||White Belt||-|
|4TH DISCIPLINE||Karate||Yellow Belt (5th Kyu)||-|
Ashley Mann received her Blue Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu on March 28th, 2017 from Darragh O’Conaill.
Ashley has also trained for 2 years in two styles of Karate. Her first karate style was Goju Ryu, and the other was Shotokan. She earned a 7th kyu (yellow belt) in this style in addition to her 5th kyu (yellow belt) in Goju Ryu.
Ashley is currently studying Veterinary Medicine in Dublin, Ireland.
Ashley is the partner of Awakening CEO Rew Mitchell, and is a part of the Awakening database and website team.
|Date of Birth||March 16, 1993|
|Born||Burlington, Ontario, Canada|
|Weight range||165 - 174lbs / 75 - 79kg|
|Preferred||172lbs / 78kg|
|Height||5ft 9in / 175cm|
The Awakening rating is essentially letting you know how inspirational an athlete is. The idea is to highlight the athletes careers so their achievements are not forgotten. Unfortunately we can only calculate based on the information we have in our database. When we uncover, or are supplied with new information the score will be recalculated.
The rating system is very complex and allows for all the nuances within the multiple disciplines. Some disciplines don’t have grading systems, others don;t have a W-L-D record. These kinds of differences have been accounted for. The most essential thing is the overall contribution to the female martial arts scene.
Ashley tells Awakening, “Working with Awakening to help promote other female athletes gave me the push to jump into martial arts myself, and i’ve found what I hope to be a lifelong love of these sports. After leaving rugby, I didn’t think i’d find another sport that i’d care for as much as I did it, but all of the martial arts i’ve been involved with have been incredibly rewarding. I am extremely grateful to my teammates, coaches and fellow athletes who constantly push me to do more.”
|2017||– Irish Winter Open BJJ Championships||Ireland||Blue Belt Absolute||Silver|
|2017||– Irish Winter Open BJJ Championships||Ireland||Blue Belt Heavyweight||Gold|
|2017||– Galway Judo Festival||Ireland||Mixed Team||Bronze|
|2017||– DCU BJJ Submission League||Ireland||No Gi Intermediate -75kg||Silver|
|2017||– Irish No Gi Open BJJ Championships||Ireland||Blue Belt Super Heavyweight||Gold|
|2017||– Cork BJJ Open Championships||Ireland||White Belt Absolute||Silver|
|2017||– Cork BJJ Open Championships||Ireland||White Belt Heavyweight||Gold|
|2017||– Irish Judo Intervarsities||Ireland||Under 78kg All Belts||Gold|
|2017||– Irish Judo Intervarsities||Ireland||Mixed Teams||Silver|
|2017||– Irish Judo Intervarsities||Ireland||Women’s Teams||Bronze|
|2016||– Dublin International BJJ Open||Ireland||White and Blue Belt Absolute||Bronze|
|2016||– Dublin International BJJ Open||Ireland||White Belt Heavyweight||Gold|
|2016||– DCU BJJ Submission League||Ireland||No Gi Intermediate Absolute||Bronze|
|2015||– Dublin International BJJ Open||Ireland||White Belt Heavyweight||Gold|
|2015||– All Ireland Karate Intervaristy Championships||Ireland||Junior Team Kumite||Bronze|
|2015||– All Ireland Karate Intervaristy Championships||Ireland||Junior Team Kata||Gold|
|2014||– JKA, NITKF & ISI Karate Sligo Open||Ireland||Team Kumite (all belts)||Gold|
|2014||– JKA, NITKF & ISI Karate Sligo Open||Ireland||Junior Kumite||Silver|
|2014||– JKA, NITKF & ISI Karate Sligo Open||Ireland||Junior Kata||Gold|
|2014||– Dublin Inter-Collegiate Karate Cup||Ireland||Junior Team Kata||Silver|
|2014||– Dublin Inter-Collegiate Karate Cup||Ireland||Junior Kumite||Silver|
|2014||– Dublin Inter-Collegiate Karate Cup||Ireland||Junior Kata||Silver|
|2014||– All Ireland Karate Intervaristy Championships||Ireland||Junior Team Kumite||Bronze|
|2014||– All Ireland Karate Intervaristy Championships||Ireland||Junior Kata||Bronze|
|2013||– Dublin Inter-Collegiate Karate Cup||Ireland||Junior Kumite||Silver|
|2013||– Dublin Inter-Collegiate Karate Cup||Ireland||Beginner Kata||Silver|
2017 – UCD Sport Awards / David O’Connor Memorial Award (Veterinary Sportsperson of the Year)
|Roisin ……..………….. (TCD)||Split Decision||Boxing||11/28/16||2016-17 Boxing Junior Intervarsities Tournament, UCD, Dublin, Ireland|
|1:00||R3 / 3×1||Amateur||75kg • Novice rules|
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