Kombat Arts Training Academy Athletes Perform Well at Provincial Championships

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Just recently in Kingston, Ontario, the Provincial Championships were held and athletes from all over Canada attended to compete in this kickboxing championship. During this competition, the athletes from Kombat Arts Training Academy did exceptionally well. In fact, several of them won the gold in their category, really showing off the academy and all it offers.

Just recently in Kingston, Ontario, the Provincial Championships were held and athletes from all over Canada attended to compete in this kickboxing championship. During this competition, the athletes from Kombat Arts Training Academy did exceptionally well. In fact, several of them won the gold in their category, really showing off the academy and all it offers.

At the Provincial Championships, held on November 8 and 9, 2008, several athletes from Mississauga, representing the Kombat Arts Training Academy placed extremely well in the championship. For the junior low kick category, in the weight category of 68-71 kg, Kyran Cameron won the gold medal. He also went on to win the gold in the Thai boxing category for 68-71 kg as well.

Kareem Cameron, also an athlete representing Kombat Arts Training Academy, won the gold medal in the junior low kick category for 78 kg to 81 kg. In the senior Thai boxing category, 68 kg to 71 kg, Paolo Sison Dultra won the gold medal. All three of these athletes did their academy proud at the championships, showing the excellent training that is offered at the Kombat Academy.

The Kombat Arts Training Academy is one of the best in Canada when it comes to a Mixed Martial Arts facility. They are located in Mississauga, which is only about 20 minutes from the city of Toronto. A variety of different classes and programs are offered. They include Muay Thai, Jeet Kune Do, Combat Submission Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Boxing, and many others.
Although the academy had a humble start, starting out with only a few instructors and students, they now have more than 600 members. They run 20+ programs and have 15 excellent instructors, as well as a huge facility, totalling 15,000 square feet. Their instructors are well qualified to teach and work to provide safe and exciting training.

To learn more about what Kombat Arts Training Academy has to offer, their programs, or how you can get involved yourself, visit http://www.kombatarts.com, email for information at info @ kombatarts.com, or you can even call them at 905-804-8158 for the information you need.

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