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Bronwyn Wilson (born 14 July 1971)
Wilson joined taekwondo in 1981, gained her first degree black belt in 1985 and her international referee's certificate in 1986. In 1988 she was selected to represent New Zealand at the Seoul Olympics held in Korea. Wilson holds a 4th dan degree.
Although taekwondo was a demonstration sport at the 1988 Seoul Olympics Wilson was the first Māori women to represent New Zealand at the Olympic Games.
Wilson holds a double major degree Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Maori Studies, and a postgraduate diploma in teaching and learning (Secondary).
Wilson's teaching started in 1987 giving her over twenty years of experience in New Zealand and abroad.