Reba Stewart is a Victorian personality who has developed herself into a taekwondo player and Olympian. She was awarded a Tier 2 Scholarship within the 2021 Sport Australia Hall of Fame Scholarship and Mentoring Program.
Reba was born on 20th May 2001 and she is only 21 years old and raised in Victoria. She first entered taekwondo in 2013 at the age of 12 and just after practicing for two years, she became part of the Australian team for the Cadet World Championships. Reba is still living in her graduating years and is attaining her education at Maribyrnong College. She is currently working for her educational degree in a Bachelor of Psychological Science/Exercise and Sports Science. There is very little data available on Reba, especially regarding her siblings and parent’s name. However, she is certainly excelling with her taekwondo practices in the world.
Reba Stewart Career
Reba started competing at various international events in his junior years back in 2016 and 2017 and later transitioned herself into a senior level back in 2018. She has presented herself with the tag of Australian personality at seven different international competitions. Despite this, she has brought two gold medals back home in her junior years along with one gold and one silver medal in her senior years. Reba, who started playing professionally at the age of 12, ended the year 2018 while getting named the highest-ranked Australian in her senior weight categories.
She has presented herself at both World and Olympic divisions and has also received Oceania titles for both junior and senior divisions simultaneously. The year 2019 was the most successful year of Reba’s life and her career. During the year, she was tilted as the youngest personality in Australian Taekwondo and entered into the training with the title presenter of various competitions along with VCE studies, took home the bronze medal at the Korean Open, won the gold medal at the Pacific Games and the Australian Open simultaneously and was born to perform at various taekwondo competitions.
Rise to Fame
She also appeared in the World Taekwondo Championships where she stood in the top 16 contestants losing to the world’s number 2. Back in 2020, Reba earned a spot at the Tokyo Olympic Games after winning a gold medal at the Oceania qualifying event. She is persistently practicing her games and taekwondo tactics at the Halls Taekwondo club and is focusing on her training for the Tokyo Games. Reba Stewart has also presented Australia back in 2015 at the Cadet World Championships.
She is a recipient of the Outstanding Sporting Achievement Award 2019 and is also the recipient of the Victorian School Sports Awards in Australia after she won the title of the 2019 Pacific Games in the +73 kg category. Also, she appeared at the World Taekwondo World Championships in 2019. She competed to appear in Taekwondo at the 2020 Summer Olympics and later stood eligible for Women’s +67 kg and won the Oceania Tokyo 2020 Olympic Qualification event on 29 February 2020. During the competition, she stood opposite her competitor named Aleksandra Kowalczuk who beat her 7-2 in round 16.
Reba Stewart Biography
|Real Name||Reba Stewart|
|Birth Date||20 May 2001|
|Age (as of 2022)||21 Years|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 56 kg – in Pounds – 123 lbs|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Who is her boyfriend?||None|
Reba Stewart is only 21 years old and is right now focused on her taekwondo games preparing herself for the next level of international championships. She has not given any insight into her love story or whether she was connected with anyone romantically or not.
Reba Stewart Net Worth
Reba Stewart has been receiving her training at Halls’ Taekwondo for more than a decade and where she started as a shy girl and soon developed herself into the toughest and strongest personality. She has traveled corners as an athlete and went from white to black belt while having transitioned from club championships to international championships. She has worked hard to receive the position of Australia’s Olympic +67kg Taekwondo contender at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 which was delayed by one year because of the pandemic. This was the first Olympic presentation of Reba back in 2021 and is still hoping to get more in the line. It is for sure that she is getting a huge amount of prize money as she has gathered around 4-5 medals (As described in the career section).