Michelle Gordon

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Michelle Gordon
Born Tyna Michelle Gordon
(1960-04-03) April 3, 1960 (age 54)
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Style Taekwondo
Rank 4th degree black belt in taekwondo
Years active 1971–Present
Occupation Martial arts Instructor
Website http://www.nctkd2xcell.com

Tyna Michelle Gordon (pronounced Tina) (born April 3, 1960) is a national and international award-winning American martial artist. As for her full-time career, since 2007 Gordon has been a library technician in the acquisitions department of the North Carolina Central University School of Law.[1]

Biography[edit]

Personal life[edit]

Some of her many accolades are the following:

  • 1997 — Most Caring Coach Award – USA Weekend Magazine, Arlington, VA[2][3]
  • 1997 — Most Caring Coach Award – Herald-Sun Newspaper, Durham, NC[4]
  • 1998 — Presidential Diploma – World Tae kwon Do Federation, Seoul, Korea
  • 1998 — Tae Kwon Do Training Certificate – The World Tae Kwon Do Academy, Seoul, Korea
  • 1999 — Presidential Diploma – World Tae kwon Do Federation, Seoul, Korea
  • 1999 — Tae Kwon Do Training Certificate – The World Tae Kwon Do Academy, Seoul, Korea
  • 2000 — Presidential Diploma – World Tae kwon Do Federation, Seoul, Korea
  • 2000 — Tae Kwon Do Training Certificate – The World Tae Kwon Do Academy, Seoul, Korea
  • 2001 — Presidential Diploma – World Tae kwon Do Federation, Seoul, Korea
  • 2001 — Tae Kwon Do Training Certificate – The World Tae Kwon Do Academy, Seoul, Korea

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Linked In Michelle Gordon
  2. ^ Salvoza, M. Franco, McNichol, Tom and Michelle Hatty. 1997 Most Caring Coach Awards. USA Weekend Magazine, December 5–7, 1997
  3. ^ Brewington, Kelly. Durham Tae kwon Do teacher recognized as one of nation’s top coaches. The Herald-Sun Newspaper, December 7, 1997, p. B3.
  4. ^ December 10, 1997 issue of The Herald-Sun Newspaper, p. C9.

8.^ Brewington, Kelly. Honesty! “Caring Coach returns $3,730”. The Herald-Sun Newspaper, February 25, 1998.
9.^ Seward, Chris: "Learning for a lifetime- Getting His Kicks" The Durham News, March 26, 2005.

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