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Grand Champions of 2015!

We had an amazing MACH Martial Arts Championship this year, and we want to thank everyone for coming out and making this event a success Of course, we would personally like to congratulate all of our competitors for their amazing performances and sportsmanship.

Last but not least, please join us in congratulating this year's Grand Champion winners!

Breaking Grand Champion:

Ryan K. - 1st Dan Black Belt, San Ramon

 

Forms Grand Champion:

Julian G. - 1st Dan Black Belt, Pleasanton

Grand Champions of 2014!

This year's MACH Martial Arts Championship was the biggest we've ever had, with over 300 competitors. We thank everyone for coming out and making this event a success, and we would personally like to congratulate all of our competitors for their amazing performances and sportsmanship.

And, of course, please join us in congratulating this year's Grand Champion winners!

Breaking Grand Champion:

David Noorzad1st Dan Black Belt, Fremont

 

Forms Grand Champion:

Alexa Chan - 2nd Dan Black Belt, Pleasanton

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MACH Martial Arts Championship 2014

Date: May 17, 2014
9:00am to 4:00pm

Location: Pleasanton Middle School
5501 Case Ave.
Pleasanton, CA 94566

It's that time of year again! Our annual tournament is back for its 17th year, and we encourage all our students to participate in this event - held exclusively for Mach Martial Arts members. Students of all ages and ranks are eligible to participate, and all participants will receive a trophy based on their performances. All ages and ranks are eligible for Forms and Breaking categories, and students who have begun sparring in class (Regular Yellow Belt & Up; Little Tiger Orange Belt & Up) are eligible to compete in the Sparring category.

Click 'Read More' fore more information regarding our biggest event of the year!

**All Mach Martial Arts students are required to have 2 or more tournament experiences before earning their 1st degree black belts and at least one more tournament experience for each subsequent degree.

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Ultimately, martial arts is about respect - respect for oneself, respect for others, and respect for one's surroundings. Through disciplined physical and mental training, any student can learn the value of all-around respect and see what it means to be a true martial artist.