Accrington window cleaner Heath Blackledge once again made a clean sweep of the prizes at the National British Ju Jitsu Championships in Walsall.
The Masters of Martial Arts competitor, from Great Harwood, won three gold medals to become once again British champion in the Veterans Over 40s class.
And there was more golden moments from the Hyndburn club with six other British champions in different weight and age categories.
Sophie Ward became a British Kata champion and won a silver in the continuous fighting.
Daniel Mala won gold in the continuous fighting while Luke Robinson was top man in the weapons Kata but also won a silver in the continuous fighting.
Michael Hunter was crowned British champion in the continuous fighting while Oakley Woodhouse won gold in the weapon Kata and the empty hand Kata. Tommy Allen was the last gold winner as he was number one in continuous fighting.
Other results: Nigel Whitehead Silver medal British over 40s Veterans; Terry Ward Bronze medal continuous fighting; Hannah Furey bronze medal continuous fighting; Zoe Allen Silver medal continuous fighting; Jake Bolton bronze medal; Becky Marginson Silver in continuous fighting; louse Philips Silver in continuous fighting; Lisa Mellor silver in continuous fighting; Sam Clugsden Silver in pairs and weapons kata;
Eduardo Siguro silver medal; Mathew roberts bronze medal; Sam Thomas Bronze medal
MASTERS of Martial Arts are based at the Oxford Academy on Oxford Street in Accrington. For further information visit www.mma.uk.com or call 078750317553.