This year we will again be a two day event. Friday (October 21 at 5:00pm) night will be Modified Muay Thai action. Saturday October 22 will include Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Submission Grappling and SKIL rules Sport Karate forms and fighting. As always, this tournament will continue its long-standing tradition of efficiency and punctuality. Our goal is to be finished by 10:00pm Friday night and by 6:00pm on Saturday. Don't risk the disappointment of missing your division. Please arrive on time.

Other features of this year's WCMAC event are:

• Highly qualified paid referees and judges 
• Muay Thai Team Award
• SKIL "A" Rated National
• 12 SKIL Grand Championship Trophies
• NO FINALS - Competition finished by 6:00 pm Saturday

Our tournament philosophy, as always, is "Safe, Fair, Fun and On Time". We look forward to seeing you there.

Bill & Terry Hunter, Tournament Directors
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Additional Tournament Information
Weigh In
All competitors requiring a weigh in must do so a minimum of one hour before the start of their division. Competitors in BJJ and Freestyle Grappling will be weighed in at ring side prior to their first match.

Grappling Weight Categories
Male Novice- White belt up to 2 stripes or up to one year experience
Male Intermediate- White belt up to 4 stripes or up to two years experience
Male Advanced: Blue belt and higher or more than two years experience

Appropriate Divisions
All players must enter their appropriate age, style and rank divisions. Junior divisions may be adjusted, at the discretion of the director, to accommodate weight and size differences in the interest of safety and fairness. We reserve the right to refuse any entry.

Parent’s Pass
Parents, receive one free spectator pass when you register your child (12 and under) to participate in the WCMAC, to be picked up at the door. This is in addition to the free spectator pass you receive when pre-registering.

Tournament Hotel: Delta Hotels and Resorts
Delta Burnaby Hotel
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