Four students from Art Palmer's School of Isshinryu Karate competed in the 34th Annual Tennessee State Karate Championship Tournament in Cookeville and came home winners. This was an open tournament, several karate systems were represented. From left are Johnny Stowers (Brown Belt) second in Weapons, second in fighting and fourth in kata, Marty Robbins (assistant instructor and fifth degree black belt) first in Weapons, second in Kata and first in fighting and Ben Gibson (assistant instructor and black belt) third in weapons. Not Pictured: Payson Lyon (brown belt) first in 50+ kata, third in 50+ fighting; Art Palmer (seventh degree black belt and head Instructor) and Eric Bradberry (assistant instructor and black belt).
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