Castlegar’s Ken Postnikoff secures victory at the 2017 Western Canadian Jiu Jitsu Championships with a Kimura Armlock. Teammate Jacob Rudkoski also captured a gold medal in the Heavyweight Purple Belt division, and first-time competitor Adam Goldsbury finished with a bronze medal. The event was held by the Canadian Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation on June 10 in Penticton, B.C., and featured over 500 competitors from across B.C. and Alberta. (Submitted)

Castlegar fighters bring home gold

Kootenay Jiu Jitsu Academy’s Ken Postnikoff and Josh Goldbury each earned a trio of medals.

Castlegar’s Ken Postnikoff secured victory at the 2017 Western Canadian Jiu Jitsu Championships with a Kimura Armlock.

Teammate Jacob Rudkoski also captured a gold medal in the Heavyweight Purple Belt division, and first-time competitor Adam Goldsbury finished with a bronze medal.

The event was held by the Canadian Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation on June 10 in Penticton, B.C., and featured over 500 competitors from across B.C. and Alberta.

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