It's been a banner year for Pollet's Marital Arts and no one's been enjoying the success more than Mitchell Glynn.
Glynn has been knocking over state and regional titles since March and has a number of shiny, new trophies to speak for his recent success.
The 'country Karate Kid' will now be heading overseas to represent Australia at the international championships.
Glynn has now scored trophies across both state and national competitions in the International Sport Karate Association and Australian Martial Arts Championships, in which he will compete in Portugal in March of next year.
Glynn's success has been matched by instructor Tamara Williams, who's claimed a number of titles in ISKA's kickboxing disciplines and is now looking towards the championships set to be held next year.
"I've gone from point, which is just touch contact and very light, all the way through to full contact, so to walk away with medals and wins across the whole board is really good," Williams said.
"Helping out the guys when I go down there and being on the sidelines, watching them compete is always good too."
Williams says she's just as committed to repeating the intense schedule next year and is hoping to bring a few more belts back to Dubbo ahead of the world cup.
Pollet's Martial Arts Dubbo head coach Matt March says the success is testament to both of the athlete's commitment to their chosen arts.
"That's led them from state, to national and now even qualifying for worlds, travelling around the country, getting all these titles and accolades, it's a big deal," March said.
"Qualifying to go to Portugal next March and represent not only the club and Dubbo, but Australia as a whole is a huge honour."
"That's a pretty big deal for a guy of Mitchell's age."
Many of the largest competitions held throughout the year are held in the metropolitan city centres, and March says it's a show of how committed the athletes are that they're willing and able to travel in order to test themselves far from the regional areas of Western NSW.
"You have to go to Sydney, up the coast, sometimes you even have to travel inter-state to places like Tasmania or even further," March said.
March says that Williams has been competing, travelling and training for a long time, and set goals of reaching the national titles at the start of the year.
"This year was all about trying to get to those national titles, and there was a few tournaments to get to that," March said.
"It's a marvellous effort across a lot of different disciplines and different styles, it's a real testament to their abilities to be training and earning titles across so many different styles."
"We're looking forward to keeping that momentum going forward into next year, because we're going to have the world cup hosted here in Australia later in the year."