Competition Results

Our training is designed to help you meet your individual goals. We are not a competition-only school focused on the next tournament. However, if you are interested in the sport aspect of Chinese martial arts and would like to compete, we have the experience and knowledge to make you successful.

Competition is not about beating an opponent — it’s about improving yourself.

2010 Legends of Kung Fu International Martial Arts Championships

Chris Latham
1st place, advanced 42-step taiji
1st place, advanced 24-step taiji

2009 Legends of Kung Fu International Martial Arts Championships (formerly Taiji Legacy)

Chris Latham
3rd place, advanced modern wushu
3rd place, advanced 24-step taiji

2007 AAU Chinese Martial Arts National Championships

Jason Bragg
1st place, advanced traditional staff;
1st place, open Chinese weapons (monk spade);
3rd place, advanced men’s continuous sparring

Chris Latham
2nd place, advanced traditional northern forms
2nd place, advanced modern wushu

2007 Taiji Legacy International Martial Arts Championships

Alexis Furuichi, 1st place intermediate modern wushu and 1st place intermediate broad sword

Chris Latham, 3rd place, advanced modern wushu

Jason Bragg, 2nd place, advanced open long weapons (monk spade)

2006 Austin Martial Arts Festival

Jason Bragg
1st place, advanced long weapons (monk spade)
1st place, advanced staff
1st place, advanced sparring

Chris Latham
1st place, advanced traditional open hand
2nd place, advanced modern wushu

2005 Taiji Legacy International Martial Arts Championships

Alexis Furuichi, 1st place, intermediate modern wushu

2004 University of Texas at Austin Wushu Club Tournament

Alexis Furuichi, runner-up, beginner wushu open hand

Chris Latham, 1st place, advanced traditional open hand

2004 Dragon Rock Karate Classic

Chris Latham
3rd place, men’s open hand forms
3rd place, men’s light-weight sparring

2004 Austin Open

Chris Latham
1st place, intermediate open hand
1st place, intermediate light-weight sparring

2004 Texas Heat Wave

Jason Bragg, 2nd place, sparring

Chris Latham, 1st place, open hand

2003 AAU Chinese Martial Arts National Championships

Chris Latham, 2nd place, intermediate traditional open hand