The BKK Summer Camp took place at the Royal Russell with 140 students from 25 clubs across the country taking part in the 3 day seminar comprising of eight training sessions.
The club had four members in the national grading with Colin Spriggs gaining his 2nd Dan Black Belt and Anne Mitchener and James Clark earning their Shodan Black Belts (1st Dan). Richard Flores Moore went one step closer to black belt earning his 1dt Kyu Brown Belt.
The club had 70 youngsters competing in a semi contact event to help give experience to new and up and coming fighters.
Clubs from Wimbledon, Folkestone, Westcroft, Dunmow, Saffron Walden and Bournemouth took part with dojo members and a BBQ and Pizza stall were available through the day with parents all helping to make this a successful event
The club invited Sensei Jonathan Tineo over from Spain to conduct a fighting seminar which was a sell out. The former World and Multi time European Champion showed technical combinations and put the competitor team through their paces.
Crawley took two young fighters to Scotland for the national full contactevent.
After destroying his semi final opponent Callum Chapman lost out to GB Teamate Jaafar Ramal in the final of the lightweight event. Olivia Pickthall had a tough semi final against her Swedish opponent and then lost a 3 round decision to Beathe Hegerland of Norway.
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.