Congratulations to all the Genesis Martial Arts students that took part in the final Cimac Superleague of the year yesterday.
Competitors are awarded 10 points for winning their category, 9 points for second place and 8 points for third place. Categories are based on weight and experience to make them a competitive as possible.
At the end of each year a Grand Champion is crowned for each category having achieved the most points.
This year Genesis Martial Arts Assistant Coaches Jett Westwood and Ryan Gallagher both took home double grand slam times. Jett won both the under 75kg and under 80kg light contact sections at black belt. And Ryan won the Black Belt over 80kg section and the over 75kg intermediate section in light contact.
There were also excellent results for David Young who was competing in his very first competition. He came second in the Intermediate light contact section over 75kg to team mate and training partner Ryan.
Saihaj Gill also performed excellently. He got a silver medal after getting edged out narrowly in the final of the novice boys point section over 47kg.
The Cimac Superleague series is back again in 2020. Genesis Martial Arts currently runs competition training every Saturday at the Beacon Centre from 14:30 – 15:30. If your goal is to compete you really should be in attendance. Places are invite only, so students who are serious about competing should speak to their instructor for consideration.