Master Gordon Jue

Master Gordon Jue – Lifetime Achievement Award

Congratulations to Master Gordon Jue, 8th degree, on being nominated for A Lifetime Achievement Award at the 6th ITF Hall Of Fame awards.
Master Gordon Jue, is an 8th Degree Black Belt based in San Francisco, USA.

A veteran of Taekwon-Do, he has made significant contributions to the Martial Art as a competitor, coach and as a mentor.
His journey began in 1979 under Grand Master Sabree Salleh and continued under the mentorship of Grand Master Robert Wheatley.

As a committed competitor, he has achieved top placements in pattern and sparring events nationally.
Serving as the Promotional Chairman for the ITF Administration, he meticulously oversees the promotion policies for senior belts. This role enables him to ensure that the integrity and high standards of the federation are upheld.
In his capacity as US-ITF Vice President, he has been instrumental in coordinating national events and enhancing membership strategies.
Moreover, Master Gordon Jue has trained multiple competitors who have excelled in various World Championships, demonstrating his profound influence in developing top-tier Taekwon-Do talent.

A regular Umpire and Coach at many ITF World Championships, Master Jue is a well known and respected leader of the ITF. He is an ITF member, under the Presidency of Grandmaster Choi Jung Hwa, the Son of Taekwon-Do Founder General Choi Hong Hi.
Additionally, this combination of leadership, commitment to growth, and direct impact on the competitive success of athletes showcases his exceptional qualifications. Justifiably a clear case for induction into the ITF Hall of Fame, in the Lifetime Achievement Category, joining an illustrious group of past nominees.