We have been at it again, producing yet more great competition results by our Tai Chi competitors.
On the 12th of June 2011 a selection of competitors from the Black Dragon Tai Chi Aylesbury class entered the Wu’s Tai Chi Chuan competition held at Bethnal Green, London.
In the Mixed Style Junior Weapon Forms the club was represented by Tess Pierce and Harry Adaway. Tess performed a beautifully executed Chen Style Fan To take A silver medal whilst Harry performed grand Master Kongjie Gou’s infamous Chen Spear form and walked away with the gold medal against stiff competition from the… Continue reading
During the seminar he talked and instructed on the finner points of Ip Chun’s teaching and power development.
Originally a boxing student Brian discovered Wing Chun whilst studying under Master Goh.
In 1989, Brian met Master Samuel Kwok and Grandmaster Yip Chun. The system taught by Master Kwok was somewhat different from that of Master Goh and Brian began learning the entire system again. From Master Goh, Brian had… Continue reading
FAIRFORD Leys’ Harry Adaway walked away with four gold medals from two big martial arts tournaments recently.
The 11 year old secured top spots in the non-contact Chinese Hand Form and Chinese Weapon disciplines at the British Tai Chai Open in Oxford just before Easter- and then repeated the feat at the Malympex European Championships held at Stoke Mandveille Stadium a few weeks later.
At the Euros, he was also the only child to take part in actual Tai Chai against 12 adults, in which he came a very respectable eighth.
The result at Stoke Mandeville kicks his achievement last… Continue reading
Thank you to all spectators and students who attended our 2011 Chinese New year celebrations.
‘Watching the junior students and seeing their progression was fascinating and getting to watch true martial art icons give impromptu demonstrations was an inspiring highlight for the students‘ G.Downs