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Steamboat siblings compete at international jiujitsu competition in Vegas

Ivy, Aspen and Banyan Ward, from left, competed at the World International Tournament in Las Vegas for jiujitsu.
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STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Three Steamboat siblings who train at the High Altitude MMA in Aurora competed at the World International Tournament in Las Vegas in jiujitsu on Aug. 22 and 23.

Aspen Ward, 13, took silver in the team division, and his sister, Ivy Ward, 10, placed third in the juniors two division. Younger brother Banyan Ward, 8, took fifth overall in pee wee three division.

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