Five students from different Taekwondo Associations in the country were awarded with black belts last week.
It took them at least three to four years of training and competition to attain the black belt.
The students awarded will help Master Stone travel to 10 different provinces to help develop the code of Taekwondo.
Eddie Aisi, the youngest of the five, says his hard work has paid off over the years.
Their aim is to help train taekwondo athletes throughout the country and prepare them for the PNG Games and other major tournaments.
Minister for Mining, Byron Chan, was there as well to present the belts; he says the interest of Taekwondo has grown in his Province with the help of master Stone.
They plan to travel in the next two weeks to the different provinces to carry out training workshops.