Shogun Martial Arts Academy students Macy Lainchbury (from left)

Shogun Martial Arts Academy students Macy Lainchbury (from left)

Shogun students medal at event

Shogun Martial Arts Academy students joined roughly 600 competitors from around the province last month.

  • Apr. 14, 2016 12:00 p.m.

Shogun Martial Arts Academy students joined roughly 600 competitors from around the province last month for the TigerBalm International Open.

SMAA Sensei Lee-Ann Lainchbury said all performed well in their respective categories and divisions at the tournament, hosted in Vancouver.

Gabrielle Nustad brought home a gold medal in point fighting and a bronze medal in kata.

Macy Lainchbury took gold in kata and bronze in super grand championships kata.

Her brother, Raiden Lainchbury, won gold in point fighting.

Isaac Lauren, meanwhile, picked up the silver medal in kata and a silver medal in point fighting.