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** KUMITE RESULTS ** Kaizen Cup Spring 2011

Kaizen Cup Spring 2011 - KUMITE RESULTS

Junior Kumite Events


5-7yrs old (8th-7th Kyu)             Gold: Nikhil Beeper (The Karate Centre)

World Championship medal winners for Great Britain

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Big congratulations to the Great Britain team who went to Poland at the end of last month to represent their country at the FSKA Karate World Championships over a long weekend competing for three days.

The championships, which was held in Karpacz, in the province of Lower Silesia Poland, was a very hard and well fought event, testing Kata and Kumite against the best in the World. Teams from USA, South Africa, Japan, Kazakhstan, Ireland, Ukrain and many more from the Eastern Block were there, 30 countries in total. Our representatives brought home an impressive haul of medals; one Gold, four Silver and a Bronze. Molly Ullah who trains in Bow won a gold and silver medal at the tender age of 11yrs old. Emmie Brown, Marie Tanabalan and Vicky Phillips won Silver in Women's Team Kata, narrowly missing out to the Ukrainian Women's team and Marie also won Bronze in the individual Kumite and Silver in individual Kata.


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23 Sep 2010 05:00
27 Sep 2010 23:59

Goodluck team!

Eight members of the Yudansha squad team are off to Poland on the 23rd September for the up coming 12th FSKA World Championships.

It is a three day competition which attracts karate-ka from around the world, and this year will be held at the picturesque town of Karpacz in Lower Silesia, Poland.

Vicky's 'Living the Dream'!


Living the Dream!

Congratulations to Vicky Phillips, who has recently been awarded a financial support towards her trip to the FSKA World Championships in Poland later in the year.

'Living the Dream' Barking and Dagenham Trust, have generously given their support to help young athletes like Vicky "live their dream" of being part of the London 2012 Olympics and other international competition, and help them develop their sporting talent .

Vicky is currently an active member of the Yudansha squad; a group of talented young athletes who represents both their club; Kaizen Ryu Karate and their country, at national and international competitions.