Hundreds of competitors, ranging from Age 4 to Age 60, came to Greenwich to compete in the SDSS Connecticut State Tournament. Students from Greenwich, Wilton, Ridgefield, Newtown, Fairfield, Darien, and Westport competed earlier this spring to earn a place at the state event. Students competed in hand forms, sparring, defensive techniques, weapons forms, and sword sparring. The event was highlighted by an instructors’ demonstration, where students had a rare opportunity to see their teachers’ perform. “We’re very proud of ALL our SDSS students,” said SDSS President, Senior Master Mikael Meyer. “And their instructors are doing an excellent job preparing them …
On Sunday, March 19th, Master Meyer presented a seminar on the kama. The kama is a weapon that started out as a farming implement in Asia. It was used to cut crops like rice and is similar to a sickle.
SDSS would like to thank the participants in this year’s Connecticut State Qualifier and Junior Open Tournaments. YOU make these events a success and we appreciate your participation. The tournaments and competitors just keep getting better year over year.
SDSS Martial Arts of Wilton celebrated Halloween in style this week! Over 30 kids joined us here at the studio wearing their Halloween best. We had scary, we had silly, we had ninjas, pikachu’s, pirates, Power Rangers, superheroes and more!
This past weekend the CT studios held their annual SDSS States Tournament. Everyone worked hard and gave it their all. As you can see from these pictures, the competition was tough!
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