Jordan named grand champion

Hector Jordan of the Red Deer Cheney Karate Studios was named the black belt tournament grand champion at the Hammer Fest Martial Arts Championships during the weekend.

STETTLER — Hector Jordan of the Red Deer Cheney Karate Studios was named the black belt tournament grand champion at the Hammer Fest Martial Arts Championships during the weekend.

Jordan won the second degree black belt forms and sparring titles.

Meanwhile, Jose Jordan won the 10-11 year-old yellow belt forms and sparring with Nicolas Hammer winning the 10-11 year-old orange belt forms title.

Abby Villeneuve was first in the 10-11 year-old orange-blue belt sparring and second in forms with Raven Cheney first in the first degree black belt forms to go with a third in sparring.

Lyle Cheney won the power brick breaking title and was second in power board breaking with Gavin Owen taking third in men’s brown belt sparring.

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