World Record Broken at ISKA U.S. Open
The world’s best martial artists have come out to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, to compete at the multi-day ISKA U.S. Open.
Chip Townsend set a new world record for slabs broken, breaking 23 of 24 to beat the old record by two.
In team competitions, Team Infinity took home the Demo Team World Championship, outscoring Team Competitive Edge and Team Freestyle, while Team Paul Mitchell won the synchronized team forms and team weapons competitions.
In CMX Forms competitions, Mason Stowell took the 13 & Under Boys category, while Tyler Weaver won the Men’s division. Ariel Torres won the men’s traditional forms category.
In weapons competitions, Haley Glass won the 14-17 Girls CMX Weapons World Championship, while Jake Presley won the 14-17 Boys category. Jackson Rudolph won the men’s weapons world title.
Mackensi Emory won two competitions, taking both the women’s weapons world championship and women’s CMX forms.
Verona Soliman scored a 5-3 win over Morgan Plowden to win the women’s open weight point sparring competition, while Richard Avery Plowden defeated Zaine Pedraza 6-2 to win the men’s category. Timothy Bos won the ITF Continous Sparring title, and Team Impex won the men’s three-man point sparring world title. Enrique Letona won the 15-17 boys open weight point sparring championship.
Finally, Brandon Scherwin took two straight unanimous decisions to win the ISKA Tricking Championship, and Sean Anderson won the men’s creative breaking and ultimate breaker contest.