Will Power, pee wee category 1 and Nick Buckfield, low grade veteran, retained their British titles last weekend. Ilori Wachuku King won the pee wee category 2 and Alfie Finch took the low grade boy crown.
There were Silver medals for Lewis Fortnam pee wee category 3, Cody Chapman U18 high grade and Steven Papworth high grade veterans.
Itanife Wachuku King, pee wee 1 took third place along with Elvin Vaskys U18 low grade, Olivia Pickthall womens high grade, Nick Buckfield low grade men.
In the team event after defeating Dunmow, Waterloo (Kaizen) and Loughborough, the Crawley A team tied 2-2 with Mountain Ah in the final but lost in a sudden death fight off.
The B team took a credible 3rd place and the peewee team also came 3rd.
20 year old Callum Chapman added the Mens Lightweight Crown to his U21 World Title. In the UK’s premium full contact event he scooped the gold in his first attempt in the adult section. He was also awarded the highest placed British Fighter award.
The 2022 interclub was a tremendous success with children from BKK Dunmow, BKK Folkstone, BKK Loughborough, BKK Saffron Walden, BKK Westcroft, BKK Wimbledon and BKK Crawley taking part.
Thanks to all the dojo supporters that worked tirelessly to make it a great days fighting and to all the people who donated cakes. Special thanks to BBQ-Man Paul Beach and his wife for providing all the food on such a sunny day.
The club once again had amazing results at the English Open Full Contact Championships on 10th April. Forty five teams from eighteen organisations took part in the first contact event since the pandemic and the club came out on top with seven gold, five silver and a bronze.