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Competitions 2015

    1. Sunday 17 May 2015 – Unified ITF Tournament – Nowra
    2. Sunday May 24 2015 – All Styles- South Pacific Open in Kellyville
    3. Sunday June 14  – NSW WAKO championships – in Homebush
    4. Sunday July 26 – Australian WAKO Championships – in Homebush
    5. Sunday 9 August 2015 – Unified ITF Tournament in Woy Woy
    6. Sunday 11 or Sunday 18 October 2015 – All Styles International Open in Kellyville
    7. Sunday 15 November 2015 – Unified ITF Nationals – Menai


Major Events 2015

ITF International Instructor course – 31st July 2015-2nd August 2015 Gold Coast Australia

Ki Martial Arts Academy Camp – 23rd October 2015 – 25th October 2015


Demonstrations/ Displays


Gradings 2015


2 April 2015

25 June 2015

24 September 2015

17 December 2015



8 April 2015

24 June 2015

23 September 2015

16 December 2015


Closing dates

29 July 2015- 06 August 2015


Last class for 2015 December 18


Inner West Courier August 2013

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Martial Arts Competition

Ki Martial Arts Academy at Ashfield won 1 gold and 4 silver medals at the Taekwondo State Championships. Two of the students are automatically selected to represent NSW at the national Championships to be held in Melbourne on 13-15 September. Pictured: Instructor Alfio Viscuso (Flying kick in background) (L-R front) Data Avicenna, Paul Denerakis, Excel Arrayyan, Francesco Fresta and Dylan Delicana. Picture: Wilson Craig Source: NewsLocal

THESE martial arts students have done their instructor proud at the recent Taekwondo State Championships.

The Ki Martial Arts Academy boys, aged between eight and 14, took home two gold and four silver medals at the competition.

Head instructor and 4th Dan Black Belt holder Alfio Viscuso was more than impressed with the skill of his students considering some have only been training for just over a year.

“For their first time competing it was a fantastic achievement,” he said

Paul Generakis,11 (yellow belt green stripe) and Excel Arrayyan, 8 (green belt blue stripe) will now represent NSW at the National Championships in Melbourne from September 13.

“I tell my students the result isn’t as important as the experience,” Mr Viscuso said.

“Both boys are extremely determined, all my students are motivated, they have a never-die-attitude and are technically skilful and mentally strong.”

Mr Viscuso said martial arts isn’t just for physical strength but also helps internally.

“I like to focus on character building, it’s all good to know how to kick and punch, but you have to work on the inside too.”