PRECISION Martial Arts competitors had a busy weekend recently with teams being sent to both the Australian Karate Federation (AKF) NSW Cup and the ISKA Winter Open.
The dojo's talented duo of Jethro Hartmann and Keelan Ruston-Walkom each finished on the podium in their NSW Cup campaigns, putting their hard efforts at training to good use.
Hartmann finished third in the under 9s boys point sparring development level division (for those training to be on the state team but not on the team yet) and Ruston-Walkom was victorious in the under 9s boys point sparring.
The gold medal continues Ruston-Walkom's perfect preparation for the upcoming AKF Nationals he will be attending this August in Tasmania.
Precision Martial Arts also sent a team of eight competitors to the ISKA Winter Open, where they went up against around 250 other entrants.
The team brought back six gold medals to Bathurst.
Beau Blattman and Adan Coello each brought back a first placing in self defence.
Kiara Blattman won her kata division and was third in weapons kata while Jethro Hartmann was first in sword combat and third in point sparring.
Fleur Van Holst Pellekaan brought home a medal of every colour. She was first in point sparring, second in clash sparring and third in kata.
Stella Hall won kata and got a silver doubles with point sparring and weapons kata.
Jordan Hickey was second in kata and weapons kata while Troy Wright was second in sword combat.