Martial arts match brings out fierce competition
ELMIRA, N.Y. (WETM) – The 2019 Twin Tiers Martial Arts Championship was held at the Elmira College Murray Athletic Center.
The Twin Tiers Martial Arts Championship (TTMAC) is the top-quality martial arts competition in the Twin Tiers of New York and the Northern Tier of Pennsylvania. This is a possibility for college students of all ages and all degrees to return collectively and gift their martial arts capabilities in healthy and fair competition.
“I’m first to rate proud, he’s been coming to tournaments,” said proudly discern Shannon Wilcox. “This might be the primary time he’s been in a tournament this large and positioned. I’m virtually, genuinely proud,” introduced Wilcox.
TTMAC is a top-notch opportunity to develop to your martial arts journey whether or not you’re an amateur, a pro martial artist or just a curious spectator likely interested in martial arts.
The tournament is promoted and produced by using American Family Karate, which has been serving the Elmira network for the beyond ten years. Sensei Shawnie Brown is a two-time inductee to the USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame and holds the rank of Godan (5th-degree black belt) in Soryu Karte. Sensei Brown has been countrywide, and internationally ranked within the National Blackbelt League (NBL) and has been collaborating in tournaments for over twenty years.
From left, Aislinn Costa, Bracken Worthington, trainer Jerod Richardson and Seth Costa with trophies from the Governor’s Cup martial-arts match in St. Albans. All are from Richardson’s faculty, Villari’s Vermont of Cambridge; the two teenage and one grownup student delivered home five first-vicinity medals, two 0.33-area medals and one grand championship trophy. The Cambridge class meets each Monday on the Cambridge Community Center at 6 for youths and at 7 for young adults and adults. Information: 802-730-6027 or Facebook @villarisvermontcambridge.