PRECISION Martial Arts Bathurst are not only celebrating their recent ISKA Australian Championships successes but they're also on a high from their recent Spartan Super campaign in Victoria.
Six of the club's members - Jason Gay, Matt Breen, Peter Woodhead, Kerry Fragar and Murray Cheers - journeyed to Bright and completed a challenging 14 kilometre circuit consisting of 25 obstacles.
Precision's head female Brazilian Jiu Jitsu instructor Fragar led the way for the club as she finished the course in two hours and 20 minutes.
Gay, Breen and Woodhead weren't far behind as they completed the course in two and half hours while Cheers reached the finish line in three hours.
A defining feature of the course was its challenging hilly nature but the team showed plenty of strength to achieve their impressive times.
The team's success also carried over to the Spartan Sprint event at the same venue.
Precision had six club members - Wendy Gay, Amber Gay, Brodie Gay, Aaron Gay, Amanda Breen and Woodhead - take on the shorter 6km event which still packed in 20 obstacles.
The group completed the task in one and a half hours.
Precision's head BJJ instructor, Sam Traish, had the stunning achievement of completing all three races offered - the sprint, super and and 21km 'beast' course across the whole weekend.
Their efforts come not long after several team members completed the Spartan event in Canberra last month.