Name: Dr. Alberto Friedmann Ph.D.
Country: United States of America
An original member of the WMAGC and the host of the 2010 World Games in Las Vegas and 2017 in Florida, Grand Master Dr. Alberto Friedmann, along with President Alfred Kleinschwaerzer, is the longest-standing member of the WMAGC.
Dr. Friedmann currently works as an Associate Professor of Physiology at Xavier University School of Medicine where he is also the Respiratory Chair. He is a 12-Time World Champion, and a Bronze Medalist at the Maccabiah Games – an IOC event – in Karate Kumite. He holds 9th Degree Black Belts in Wa No Michi Ryu Karate and Kobudo, a 4th Degree in Chung Do Kwan Taekwondo, and is the President of the US Martial Arts Team.
His accomplishments have been featured on CNN, ESPN, NECN, and the Discovery Channel.