39th Annual Peacemakers Championship
The purpose of competition is to improve oneself. Competition is important because it provides the occasion to formally express your ability. Tournaments are meant to foster organization, teamwork, and true martial arts spirit and friendship. It's also a great opportunity to exchange technical ideas, in practice, and the chance to review one's own technique and the techniques of others.
In the spirit of competition, many people may become obsessed with winning or getting a trophy. Grandmaster Kim teaches us that honest effort and a good attitude make a true champion. It takes courage to rise up against external forces, but the real opponent is not someone else. The real opponent is yourself.
Kim's College of Martial Arts is ready to host our 39th Annual Peacemakers Championship on May 19th, 2018.
Our tournament is in-house, but we do invite a few other WTMA sanctioned schools to compete. This is not an open tournament.
For information about our tournament or registration, give us a call!