The White Tiger Martial Arts Academy held its championship at the Town Hall in New Amsterdam on Sunday last where a number of Martial Arts schools, including The Academy of contemporary Martial Arts participated.
The tournament proved to be a success whereas a number of students were rewarded for their efforts in the various forms of Martial Arts.
Malia Marcello of the Academy of Contemporary Martial Arts was in fine form as he got 1st in speed kick, sparring and freestyle kata, while his team mate Ezekiel Abel won the sparring segment and placed third in freestyle kata.
Neil Machado also of the Academy of Contemporary Martial Arts finished third in the free style kata, Naipaul Persaud won the traditional kata, took the runner up spot in sparring and freestyle kata respectively.
Dhanraj Dyal took first place in traditional kata, second in sparring and second in freestyle. Chad Bourne placed third in traditional kata, third in freestyle kata and third in sparring; Rodwell Alleyne placed first in sparring, first in traditional kata and second in freestyle; Aaron Bourne won the freestyle kata and sparring while he placed second in the traditional kata.
Instructor Master Dellon Hyman was awarded second in traditional kata and freestyle kata, while the Academy of Contemporary Martial Arts placed second in team kata.
Meanwhile, training continues at the Mahaica Guinness bar and Perth Society Hall and Anna Regina Multilateral Secondary in Essequibo as per schedule and grading in Essequibo will be held on the July 24.
Interested students can contact Ullanda Hyman on 687-7427 or 666-3416 for registration.
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