Sicamous PMA Karate students undertake belt testing

Fourth-degree black belt and director of PMA Karate Todd Johnston tests martial arts class for their next belt levels.

Fourth-degree black belt and director of PMA Karate Todd Johnston came from Calgary


Fourth-degree black belt and director of PMA Karate Todd Johnston came from Calgary, Alta. to test PMA’s Sicamous martial arts class for their next belt levels. During the belt tests the students, perform a variety of Katas, three-step sparring, self defense, free sparring and board breaking. Back row (left to right): Cynthia Michaud (yellow belt), Thomas Tune (green stripe) Nicolas Michaud (green stripe), Brian Tweddle (yellow belt), Tommy Bland (green stripe), Ty Sigvaldason (green stripe), Rebecca Erikson (green stripe); front row (left to right):  Brianne Simpson (yellow belt), Kevin Redman (green stripe), Garielle Walsh (green stripe), Armando Gamaton (green stripe), Addysen  Fleming (yellow belt), Nash Rutherford (green stripe), Bella  Bishop (yellow belt), Tristan Erikson (yellow belt), Stanley Tweddle (yellow belt). Missing: Jonathan Arkinstall (green stripe belt).



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