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Jordan White


Weight class: Light middleweight/154lbs/70kg

Current city: Waldorf, Maryland

Hometown: Washington, D.C.

Birth year: 1997

Height: 5’3’’

Coach: John White 

Gym: LB.4.LB

Occupation: Student

School: Northpoint High School 

Began boxing: Jordan started boxing in 2005 after his cousin, Clarence Vinson, won a bronze medal at the 2004 Olympic Games

Most memorable career achievements: Earning a spot on the 2013 National Team after first place finish at 2013 Junior World Team Open
Biggest inspiration: His dad because if it wasn’t for him, Jordan wouldn’t be where he is at today in his boxing career

Greatest asset in the ring: Speed
Jordan is motivated the most by: Opportunity

Favorite boxer: Andre Ward because he is a God-fearing person, like Jordan, and has creativity in the ring 

Biggest goals in boxing: To win a gold medal in 2016 Olympic Games and to become a world champion 

Biggest goals outside of boxing: To graduate from high school, get a college degree, make investments, and have a family

Favorite part of the Olympic Training Center: The food and playing basketball with the team 

When Jordan is training, he likes to listen to: Rap and R&B

Did you know?
  • He trains at his house
  • He loves dogs
  • He likes to go fishing
  • He is the proud parent of chickens 
If Jordan could travel anywhere in the world, he would travel to: Brazil because they have nice beaches

Favorite food: Pancakes

Career Highlights


Junior World Team Open: dec. Szel Martinez, Ontario, Ore., 17-9, in finals
Victory Day Tournament:  lost on points to Jevgenij Osvajannkov, UKR, in finals