Andy and Ansh Chugh both competed in the Northern Open karate tournament May 6-7 in Prince George. The brothers both placed well, with Ansh earning a bronze medal in the 10 - 11 year-old kata division, and Andy earning gold in the 14 - 15 year-old kata division. “They both did a great job representing the Prince Rupert Karate Club and our city,” said Prince Rupert Karate Club sensei Wade Wilkins. Contributed/Wade Wilkins photo

Andy and Ansh Chugh both competed in the Northern Open karate tournament May 6-7 in Prince George. The brothers both placed well, with Ansh earning a bronze medal in the 10 - 11 year-old kata division, and Andy earning gold in the 14 - 15 year-old kata division. “They both did a great job representing the Prince Rupert Karate Club and our city,” said Prince Rupert Karate Club sensei Wade Wilkins. Contributed/Wade Wilkins photo

Chugh brothers medal in Prince George karate tournament

Andy and Ansh Chugh both competed in the Northern Open karate tournament May 6-7 in Prince George.

Andy and Ansh Chugh both competed in the Northern Open karate tournament May 6-7 in Prince George. The brothers both placed well, with Ansh earning a bronze medal in the 10 – 11 year-old kata division, and Andy earning gold in the 14 – 15 year-old kata division.

“They both did a great job representing the Prince Rupert Karate Club and our city,” said Prince Rupert Karate Club sensei Wade Wilkins.