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The Kaizen Cup - Spring 2017 RESULTS

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Congratulations and well done to all the competitors who competed in the Kaizen Cup Spring Championships.

The day was a competitive, friendly and a fun way of testing their skills against some of the very best karate ka around the country. The Kaizen Cup is one of the established & popular tournament in the Southern England competition circuit, attracting top quality students from around the country to compete for the Kaizen Cup Trophy.

We hoped that whether you won or lost, you all had an enjoyable day and learned a lot from your experience. These events are made possible by the team of volunteers who work together tirelessly behind the scenes and all the officials, judges and referees who gave up their day. As well as, all the competitors and their supportive coaches, family and friends. Thank you, it has been another successful Kaizen Cup this year and even better, by finishing earlier than scheduled.

Balfour Beatty London Youth Games 2009

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A newly refurbished Crystal Palace was the scene of this year’s Balfour Beatty London Youth Games Karate competition. With its good facilities and central location, “The Palace” was an ideal venue for one of the most prestigious events on the Karate calendar.

History has shown that the East London boroughs of Barking & Dagenham, Havering, Redbridge and Tower Hamlets have all had major success at the games, with these boroughs achieving winning streaks in previous years. 2009 would be another year following the form book.

Redbridge won the outright trophy for the boys’ competition; with Havering and Waltham Forest in 2nd and 3rd, while Havering took the girls’ competition comfortably over Redbridge; Richmond coming 3rd.