Brooklyn “Anya” Moore Helps Team USA at the 4th Pan-American Kungfu Championships
Brooklyn “Anya” Moore, a 9-year-old kung fu practitioner from Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, helped Team USA win several medals at the 4th Pan-American Kungfu Championships in Markham, Canada from August 3-6. Moore won third place in Shaolin Forms and second place in Long Weapons Forms.
In the Shaolin Forms competition, Moore faced off against some of the top kung fu practitioners from across the Americas. She performed her forms with precision and grace, earning her a well-deserved third place finish. In the Long Weapons Forms competition, Moore used her speed and agility to defeat her opponents, taking home the silver medal.
Moore’s accomplishments at the Pan-American Championships are a testament to her hard work and dedication. She has been training in kung fu for less than 2 years, and she is a dedicated student of her coach, Sifu Vital Yarashevich from Vital Martial Arts Academy, Hallandale Beach, Florida. Moore is a young kung fu practitioner, and she is sure to continue to achieve great things in the future.
Congratulations to Brooklyn Moore on her outstanding accomplishments at the 4th Pan-American Kungfu Championships! Jiayou!