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Local martial artist brings home grand champion trophy

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Local martial artist brings home grand champion trophy


Mac MacDougall has best studied martial arts with the cutting-edge Legion Hap Ki Do Club for about five months, but that was long enough for her to earn two Grand Champion Trophies in the most effective two tournaments she entered.
Last February, Mac won the Grand Champion Award on the Twin Soo Martial Arts Championship held on the Lake Superior State University, and (this past weekend) Mac extended her triumphing streak by way of earning the Under Black Belt Grand Champion Trophy at the Provincial Martial Arts Tournament in Elliott Lake. This win permits Mac to increase to the National Martial Arts Championships to be held in Ottawa on May 17-19, 2019.
Mac MacDougall – Adult Novice Division medal relies upon:
Under Black Belt Grand Champion
Gold in Self-Defence
Gold in Forms
Silver in Sparring
Bronze in Weapons
A range of college students from the KJMS Martial Arts Club additionally certified. To qualify for the Nationals, a scholar desires to vicinity inside the top 4 in their department in the Provincials.
Steve Jensen – Senior Black Belt Division:
4th in Weapons
4th in Forms
Kevin Lamour – Senior Black Belt Division:
Bronze in Forms
Bronze in Sparring
Kyle MacDonald – Junior Black Belt Division:
4th in Sparring
4th in Forms
Sophie Lamour – 12-12 months-antique Brown Belt Division:

Gold in Weapons
Annette Lamour – Adult Brown Belt Division:
4th in Self-Defence
Theresa Laforge – Adult Novice:
Bronze in Forms
fifth in Self Defence
Legion Hap Ki Do is a new Martial Arts School in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., under the guidance of Grand-Master Rudy Timmerman. The club trains on the Branch 25 Legion Hall. The goal of the club is to teach youngsters and adults alike the values of physical fitness, area, hard work, determination, and perseverance via traditional Korean martial arts and to build champion competitors.