On March 31st last, Korean International Martial Arts Guyana (KIMAG) hosted the Pre-Qualifier Martial Arts Championship where over 100 competitors from various organizations across Guyana competed to earn themselves a spot on the podium and a chance to represent the Golden Arrowhead at the 4th Annual GUYANA/South America Undiscovered Martial Arts Championship (GSAUMA), which is carded for July 26th – 28th 2019 at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Home Stretch Avenue Georgetown. A total of 55 students have managed to secure a spot on Team Guyana where they will take on teams from Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, USA, Canada and India in various categories such as Empty Hand and Weapons Kata, Point Sparring, Submission Grappling and more. The biggest anticipated events will be the Team Kata and Team Sparring as the various countries would compete for their bragging rights and the Championship Trophy.
Nevertheless, for the success of this event and the development of Martial Arts and our National Team, KIMAG is seeking the support of the General Public and corporate Guyana in sponsoring either the National Martial Team and or to contribute in the successful hosting of this upcoming event.
Team Requirements: Team Tracksuits, Karate Uniforms, Gears Bag, Water Bottles, Head Gears, Gloves and Shin and Instep Guard. Anyone who wishes to support can contact Instructor Roland Eudoxie on 678-9880 for information. They can also transfer directly to the organisation’s bank account.
Bank Name: Citizen Bank Guyana Inc.
Account No. 218995432
Account Name: Koren International Martial Arts Guyana
1. Event Sponsor (ES)
2. Team Sponsor (TS)
Committed event sponsors are National Sports Commission, Farfan and Mendes Limited, Mines Service Limited, Banks DIH Limited, Ministry of Business Department of Tourism, Hand-in-Hand and KFC Guyana.
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