Harpy Eagle Martial Arts Club Championship deemed a success

first_img2 Silver medals in Kata and Weapons Kata Amy Gobin Paul Ignatius Anthony Das Cyril Results Sensei Bobb has continued to have a successful 2019 as his team of students have continued to register impressive wins for the year. In the recently-concluded fourth Annual Guyana South America Undiscovered martial arts championships, a total of 30 competitors comprising members of the Guyana Police Force (GPF) and the Harpy Eagle Martial Arts Club attended. The GPF was part of the Guyanese contingent that walked away with a total of 66 gold, 72 silver and 33 bronze medals. This means the GPF and the Harpy Eagle Martial Arts Academy have bagged more than 50 medals in the past few months.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Photo: karatePhoto caption: Successful members of the competition originating from both the GPF and Harpy Eagle Gold in Weapons KataSilver in Team Kata Gold in KataSilver in Team Kata Adrian Vossay Namecenter_img Gold in KataSilver in sparring R/C Joshua Silver in Team KataGold in Kata 2 Gold medals in Kata and sparring Gold in Kata Jimmy (one name only) Members of the Guyana Police Force (GPF) karate team joined in efforts with the Harpy Eagle Martial Arts Club championship as they battled for supremacy at the New Diamond Primary School over the weekend.Successful members of the competition originating from both the GPF and Harpy EagleThe competition saw the teams walking away with a total of seven gold medals and six silver medals. According to Sensei Troy Bobb, an instructor at both the GPF and Harpy Eagle, he is extremely happy with the results, which have always been good, as every year there is an increase in the number of participants. Bobb declared he was very proud of the GPF, who continues to improve in their every outing.The results were as follow: Jamaul Georgelast_img

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