Martial artists win medals at Seattle International Open

Seaside's Michelle Johnson, who studies at Adamson Brothers Jiu Jitsu Academy, was a gold medal winner at the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation Seattle Open in Everett, Washington, held Oct. 24.

The Adamson Brothers jiu-jitsu team, Riberio Jiu-Jitsu, returned from the Seattle International Open with three local gold medal winners, in the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation event held Oct. 24 at Everett Community College. Winning gold were Michelle Johnson. Jason Lambert, and Nik Gift. Jason Lambert won bronze; Tim Cox competed in purple, master1, male and feather categories. Team-wise, Gracie Barra Academy took top honors with 237 points, followed by Atos Jiu-Jitsu (188) and Riberio (157). The team is coached by Nate Adamson.

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