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RMA hosting martial arts tournament

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - The Atlantic Pacific Tang Soo Do Federation (APTSDF) will host its martial arts tournament at Riverside Military Academy July 25-26.<br /> <br /> The APTSDF is a worldwide organization whose purpose is to sanction and certify quality martial arts through developing professional instructors and studio owners.<br /> <br /> Competition is only open to APTSDF members and/or pre-screened invited participants. However, tournament viewing is open to spectators. Admission: $5 per day or $10 for a 2-day pass. Children 6 years and under are admitted free of charge. The cost for children over 7 years of age is $5 per day. Premium seating will be offered at the door at either a $5 or $10 upgrade, depending on how close to the ring an individual would like to sit.<br /> <br /> Visit www.aptsdf.org or contact kjn@aptsdf.org for more information on this event.<br />
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