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Dojo Martial Arts Academy won three world championships at the US Open ISKA World Martial Arts Championships.
East County Monday, Jul. 15, 2013 3 years ago

Dojo martial artists win awards

by: Jen Blanco Sports Editor



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Several students from the Dojo Martial Arts Academy in Bradenton competed in the US Open ISKA World Martial Arts Championships July 5-6 in Orlando.

Competitors from 42 different countries participated in the tournament.

Mason Ware, Jaaron Langley, Ethan Crews, Antonio Mendez and Dustin Elliot combined to win three world championships, 16 trophies and four medals.

“They fought like lions and behaved like gentleman with great sportsmanship and honor,” says Dojo Martial Arts Academy owner Master Kevin Bergquist. “I couldn’t be more proud of my students.”

For more information on the Dojo Martial Arts Academy visit


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