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The Denver Martial Arts Champs is our annual tournament held each September, at Alameda International Jr/Sr High School.
The Lee H. Park Team Champs is our annual team tournament held each December, at Alameda International Jr/Sr High School. It is held in honor of our founder, Great Grandmaster Lee H. Park.
The CTI Super Bowl is our annual "year-end" tournament held each February or March, at Alameda International Jr/Sr High School.
The All-City Champs is our annual tournament held each April, at Alameda International Jr/Sr High School. It is the tournament that kick starts our CTI summer!
Moo Sul Kwan martial arts were brought to the United States in 1969, by Lee H. Park. For over four decades, Moo Sul Kwan has hosted championship tournaments and events for the positive educational experiences of its students and instructors.
Our Denver Martial Arts Championships began in the early 1990s and has been our kick-off to one fantastic CTI-year after another!
Practice well and always compete in the true spirit of the AMASEA, MSK, and CTI.
Poomse is a set pattern of movement executed against imaginary opponents attacking from several different directions. Scores will be based on power, form, execution of technique, and grace and harmony of movement. On the event of a tie, another poomse will be chosen by the contestants to be performed and scored.
Sparring competition follows the single elimination type format.
Point Scoring System
Recognized Offensive Implements for Scoring of Valid Points
Authorized Scoring Areas
Warnings - The center referee shall give a warning when one of the following is committed. Three warnings result in a minus point.
Deduction of Points - The following prohibited acts shall warrant a deduction of one point. When a contestant gets the deduction two times, the center referee shall disqualify the competitor.
Disqualifications - The center referee shall disqualify the competitor when one of the following is committed.
All CTI sparring rules from above apply, first point wins the match! Who is the quickest of the day?
Junior and adult students from the rank of orange belt and above will be allowed to participate in this special competition. This competition is only for ages 12 and up, and each competitor must have instructor approval.
Talk to your instructor for the breaking rules.
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