Greg Lamothe

 
 
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Martial Arts Experience

Greg's martial arts training began at the age of sixteen learning Tracy's Kenpo under 9th degree black belt Ralph Chinnick. Greg currently holds his 2nd Dan (2nd degree black belt) in that style. At age nineteen, he added the  study of Muay Thai kickboxing under Jason Chinnick and has competed and won awards in multiple kickboxing competition events. After years of training in a variety of martial arts, he decided to specialize in kickboxing and make that the focus of his training and teaching. Greg also studied submission wrestling under Jason Chinnick and holds the rank of Sankyu Deshi (3rd Kyu Apprentice) in Submission Arts Wrestling (S.A.W.). Greg also practices and instructs the 108 Form Yang style Tai Chi. Greg was also honoured in June of 2014 with his 1st Dan (1st degree black belt) in Pankration under Master Mike Martelle. In addition to his experience as a practitioner, Greg has taught martial arts since 2002 to both adults and children.
 

Titles

IKF Modified Muay Thai Canadian Welterweight Champion (Won on April 21, 2017)
IKF Modified Muay Thai North American Welterweight Champion (Won Sept 8, 2017)


Competition Record

Amateur Kickboxing Record
10 wins, 6 losses

Amateur Boxing Record
2 wins, 0 losses

Tiger Balm Internationals

  • 2005 Underbelt Hard Style Forms Division gold medal winner
  • 2005 Underbelt Hard Style Forms Grand Champion
  • 2005 Advanced WKC Continuous Sparring (151 lb) Division silver medal winner
  • 2006 San Shou Sparring (173 lb) Division bronze medal winner
  • 2006 Underbelt Hard Style Forms Division gold medal winner
  • 2007 San Shou Sparring (173 lb) Division silver medal winner
  • 2007 Black Belt NBL Kenpo/Kajukenpo Forms Division gold medal winner
  • 2007 Advanced WKC Continuous Sparring (151 lb) Division gold medal winner 

Western Canadian Martial Arts Challenge
2007 Advanced WKC Continuous Sparring (175 lb) Division gold medal winner

Be First Championship
March 22, 2014 Advanced Continuous Sparring (175 lb) Division gold medal winner