JKS GB 2006 Open Karate Championships - Nottingham
Congratulations go to all those who travelled to Nottingham and took part in events, our medal winners were:
Sam Dennis Age 9 - 2nd - 9yrs and below mixed Kata and 3rd - 9yrs and below Kumite.
Daniel Kozelko Age 11 - 2nd - 10th to 4th Kyu, 10 to 15 yrs mixed kata and 3rd 15yrs and below team kata.
Adam Preece Age 11 - 3rd - 15 yrs and below team kata.
Rebecca Brant Age 14 - 3rd - 10th to 4th ky, 10 to 15 yrs mixed kata, 3rd 15 years and below team kata and 3rd - 12 to 15 yrs Girls kumite.
Thomas Gott - 3rd - 16 yrs+ team kata
Helen Milner - 3rd - 16 yrs+ team kata
Paul Brant - 3rd - Veterans Kumite and 3rd - 16+ team kata
Our thanks go to Sensei Alan Campbell and Sensei Scott Langley for hosting the event, allong with all the officials and to Sensei Ashley Dilcock for his dedication to his dojo and its members, Osu!
Well lets have a look and some of the photos then....
Above : Sam Dennis is looking very pleased with himself after getting a Silver medal for his Kata, Sensei Ash is made up as well...well done Sam!
Above: Just check out Sams Mawashi-geri, lets take a look at that supporting foot position... Sam you make us proud...very proud. Sam has never been so fired up, when he came off the mat Sensei Ash wanted to know what had got in to him.. he told Ash that I had told him .."I've got to go in..I've got to go in" his dad said he had been saying it all week.. while it worked Sam, well done.
Above: Sam gets his medal from sensei Basil.
Above: Does this lad look pleased with himself or does he look pleased with himself?
Above: Daniel, Adam and Rebecca get bronze in the team kata event
Above : Daniel with Silver and Rebecca with Bronze for Individual Kata
Above : Thomas, Paul and Helen get Bronze for team kata (Jion), Helen is almost eclipsed by Paul in the photo, but she is there honest.
Above: Rebecca, Adam, Thomas and Daniel at the Individual kata event
Above: Rebecca gets a Bronze for Individual Kumite, thats number three. Sensei Basil told her she should trade her three bronze medals in for a Gold...may be next time.
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