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ABOUT WMAC - WORLD MARTIAL ARTS CHAMPIONSHIPS

WMAC was founded in 2007 in Australia by Peter Mylonas, Kancho of Kempo Ryu International Karate Organisation.

 

The Australian arm of WMAC (AMAC – the Australian Martial Arts Championships) had already been established in 1995, and had been a popular and successful annual event.

Initially, AMAC was the National Championships for Kempo Ryu, based in Sydney, Australia. This event was attended by all styles of Martial Arts and was one of Australia’s fastest growing events in Australia.

In 2007 AMAC became a National Open Circuit and WMAC was formed as the parent body, both for AMAC and any other countries that would like to develop their own Open Martial Arts Championships (xMAC) circuit.

In 2007 Shihan Mylonas invited then Shihan Doug Turnbull (now Kancho) to join the WMAC team – they had shared many years of friendship in the Martial Arts world and it was deemed right for the two to work on a worthy cause such as WMAC.

Both Kancho Mylonas and Kancho Turnbull became involved to ensure the growth of WMAC in various countries.

World Titles

Every 3 years

Each country brings a team of competitors who have qualified at their National Championships, as well as the team that participated at the last International Regional Championships.

International Regional Titles

Every 2 years

This is held in separate regions globally; Oceania, Asia, Europe, Africa and Americas. Each team qualifies for this at their local National Championships.

National Titles

Every year

Each participating country will run a National Tournament, after having run a series of qualifying local tournaments, at whatever level is seen as manageable, depending on the size and distribution of Martial Arts in that country.