Martial Arts college students make large impression at Championships

GUELPH – College students from Guelph Household Martial Arts, coached by native residents and world champs Nathan and Sophie Skoufis, returned from the Ontario Provincial Martial Arts Championships; an occasion drawing prime athletes from throughout the continent, and one of the aggressive and longest-running occasions in Canada.The ultimate outcomes had been: Tanya Ortwein, gold in sparring; Chris Hordatt, silver in kata; Deepali Rajpal, bronze in sparring; Wesley Ayroso, bronze in sparring; Daniel Monteith, silver in sparring. Native athletes will subsequent be in motion on the Canadian Martial Arts Championships in June.     

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Nathan Skoufis wins Gold. Submitted Picture

Native Martial Artist Nathan Skoufis, 29, claimed Gold within the Canadian Open Martial Arts Championships Might 6-7 in Kitchener. Opponents had been from all through North America and martial arts stylist included Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Boxing, Kickboxing, Kung Fu and plenty of extra. Skoufis claimed 1st place in males’s grownup combating. The combating winners are all introduced collectively to compete for the General Grand Champion title, and Skoufis was topped the general champion. He has now received the title for the tenth straight 12 months on the Canadian Open Championships.