Master Darin Gibson
Master Gibson has been instructing martial arts for more than 35 years and has introduced Tae Kwon-Do to many southern Alberta communities. His innovative leadership efforts have placed Legacy Tae Kwon-Do on the forefront of modern instruction, while maintaining the traditional roots of Korean martial arts. He was promoted to 8th Degree Black Belt in 2014. Master Gibson is the President of United Traditional Tae Kwon-Do Canada. In 2015 Master Gibson was inducted into the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame.
A graduate of the University of Lethbridge (B.Ed.) Mr. Gibson was a finalist in the Alberta “Excellence in Teaching Awards” for his work on the Blood Indian Reservation. His teaching resume also includes extensive work in treatment centres with at-risk children. Presently Mr. Gibson works at Winston Churchill High School.
Master Colin Nonomura
Master Nonomura, a 7th degree black belt, became involved in martial arts at the age of 16. For more that 35 years he has participated in countless demonstrations and tournaments promoting Tae Kwon-Do. As a senior instructor, Mr. Nonomura continues to raise the high standards of instruction at Legacy Tae Kwon-Do Schools. Mr. Nonomura is Vice-President of United Traditional Tae Kwon-Do Canada. In 2015 Master Nonomura was inducted into the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame.