World Championships, Tokyo, Nagoya, Japan

I’m delighted to confirm that a record 19 medals are being taken home from the Wado-Kai World Cup by Wadokai England:

  • Claire Kemp – bronze, female senior Kumite
  • Mairi Kerin – bronze, female senior Kumite
  • Jas Dosanjh, bronze, male senior Kumite
  • John Steel – bronze, cadet Kumite
  • Shriya Puri – bronze, junior female Kata
  • Isaac Mulvany – bronze, cadet male Kata
  • Callum Heeley – bronze, cadet male Kata
  • Emmy Knight – bronze, cadet female Kata
  • Male team Kumite – bronze
  • Female team Kumite – bronze

In addition, the rest of the Wadokai England squad can be rightly proud of having won selection to represent their country at a World Cup in Japan; stunning. Simply stunning.
Thanks and mighty credit go to athletes’ friends and family, who travelled across the globe to cheer on their loved ones with gusto.
The gratitude and respect of the athletes is extended to our amazing Coaches; the team have achieved wonders thanks to you.
Raj Bhardwaj, Squad Development Officer

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