Sun Hang Do tourney at THSS this Saturday

2012 Sun Hang Do Spring Tournament at Thomas Haney Secondary School in Maple Ridge this Saturday, May 5.

More than 300 competitors and 1,000 spectators will descend on Thomas Haney Secondary School in Maple Ridge this Saturday, May 5, for the 2012 Sun Hang Do Spring Tournament.

The field includes more than 100 black belts, and Grand Master Kang, the founder of Sun Hang Do, will be in attendance.

In addition to the competition, more than 65 students will be receiving their black belts and certification from first the fourth dan at the tournament and taking part in a martial arts demonstration featuring  board breaking, brick breaking and self defense.

Black belt competition starts at 8:30 a.m., with color belts starting at 11 a.m. Main events and black belt ceremony start at 2:30 p.m.

Admission at the door is $2, with all money going to the Children’s Wish Foundation.


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