Kai Rivas attempts a takedown of Daniel Louwerse. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Martial arts skills on display in South Surrey

Seikido Martial Arts Federation of Canada hosts event at Sunnyside Elementary Saturday

All manner of martial arts skills were on display at Sunnyside Elementary Saturday, as the South Surrey-based Seikido Martial Arts Federation of Canada hosted an event that featured both demonstrations and competitive aspects.

Martial artists of all ages took part, and showcased skills that ranged from rolls, strikes – and even a few boards were broken, for good measure.

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