WESTWOOD Karate Academy members were in fine form at the JSKA European Championships held in Guildford.

Westwood had some fantastic results, winning seven team events and six individual events.

The team of Mac Oats, Joseph Holland, and Rio Patel won the boys 13-14 years team Kumite event, and Mac and Rio were joined by Dexter Munson to win the team Kata event.

Between them, the boys also dominated the individual events, taking all three podium places in both Kata and Kumite.

Mac won both events, bringing his medal tally to an incredible four golds. Joseph placed third in both individual events, with the runners-up position taken by Rio in Kata, and Dexter in Kumite.

In the same age group for girls, Westwood's team of Jasmine Harmon, Sienna Keenan, and Scarlett Stead were also victorious in the team Kumite event, and were runners-up in the Kata event.

Once again Westwood dominated the individual events, taking all three Kumite podium places.

Sienna won gold, Scarlett silver, and Jasmine bronze.

Jasmine also won gold in the Kata event.

The girls were equally successful in the younger 11-12 years age group team events.

The team of Sofia Chaston, Lacey Leaver, and Isabelle Stead were crowned champions in both the Kata and Kumite events.

Sofia also won the individual kumite event, with Isabelle placing third.

The boys 11-12 years individual kata gold was won by Tommy Grigson.

Mya Francis won gold in the 15-17 years female kata, and silver in the kumite event.

Daniel Allen won two gold medals as a member of the TSKUK 18-30 years male Kata and Kumite teams.

Hannah Mitchell won her bronze medal in the 18-21 years female individual kata event.


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