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Dalia Avivi

Taekwondo

Dalia Avivi

Nickname: "MishMish"
Height: 5-9
Weight: 160 pounds
Birthplace: Israel
High School:  Western H.S. ('04)
College: Broward Community College '06
Major: Criminal Justice
Coach: Juan Miguel Moreno
Dojang: Miami Peak Performance

WTF World Ranking on 9/1/12: T-97th (-73kg)

Competed in soccer (4 years) and basketball (3 years) in high school...loves all sports but especially soccer...enjoys reading books if they grab her attention...likes watching movies and enjoys the outdoors...favorite food is Italian from The Olive Garden...eats pasta before a competition...favorite movie is "Ice Age"...listens to trance/house music...lists Israel as her favorite country visited for competition. 

Did You Know?: Dalia has a twin plus three other sisters.

Competition Record:

2011  World Taekwondo Championships (Middle): Round of 32
          -lost to Feruza Yergeshova (KAZ), 4-2, in Round of 32
2011  U.S. National Team Member (Middle)
2011 
U.S. National Team Trials (Middle): 1st

2010 
Spanish Open (Middle): BRONZE
2010  U.S. National Team Member (Middle)

2009  World Taekwondo Championships (Middle): Round of 32
2009  U.S. National Team Member (Middle)
2009 
U.S. National Team Trials (Middle): 1st
2009  Kissimmee National Qualifier (Middle): GOLD
2009  U.S. Open (Middle): BRONZE 

2008  Pan Am Championships Team Member (Middle)
2008 
Pan Am Championships (Middle): BRONZE
2008  Collegiate Nationals (Middle): GOLD
2008  U.S. Open (Middle): GOLD

2007  U.S. National Team Member (Middle)
2007 
Toronto Open: BRONZE
2007  Sr. National Team Trials (Middle): 1st
2007  Pan Am Games Trials (Middle/Heavy): 2nd

2006  U.S. Senior Nationals (Middle): BRONZE
2006  Senior National Team Trials (Middle): 3rd

2005  U.S. Senior Nationals (Middle): BRONZE
2005  U.S. Open (Middle): BRONZE
2005  World Championship Fight-Offs (Middle): 2nd

2004  U.S. Senior Nationals: BRONZE

2003  U.S. Senior Nationals: BRONZE
2003  U.S. Open (Juniors): GOLD
2003  Pan Am Junior Championships: GOLD

2002  U.S. Open (Juniors): SILVER

2001  Maccabiah Games: GOLD

last updated 9/18/12