The second day of the festival was just as packed with events as the first day. There was the Tiger Claw elite grand championship at the main stage, which drew a big crowd.
I can still feel the energy from these kids when viewing the pictures. Scary huh?
The Olympic style Tae Kwon Do sparring was also enjoyable to see. I did notice lots of coaches get annoyed about the rules. The biggest one seemed to be stepping out of the ring and getting points deducted for it. I was amused that when people score points, many scream out for joy with their hands up. And because not everyone stops right away, I saw a few people get hit in the face and their mouth guard go flying. I can imagine that its a very bad habit, and I don’t know the reasoning behind it. Maybe someone can educate me.
At night was the showcase event. Lots of martial arts styles were represented, giving awesome performances.
The rest of my pictures can be found on flickr.