November was a successful month for Kenshin Martial Arts

As reported in October – Kenshin Martial Arts of South Leeds took a team of young martial artists across the pond to compete in the prestigious WKC World Championships and what a success the trip was!

Returning to Leeds with four new World Champions the group added to the impressive gold haul with four silver medals and five bronze.

Amongst the group was Cockburn John Charles Academy student Savannah Doran. In a statement, Head of School, Siobhan Roberts, remarked:

“Savanna’s accomplishments at the WKC tournament are a testament to her hard work, discipline, and exceptional training. We are incredibly proud of her achievements and the positive representation she brings to our school.”

Alongside this amazing success Kenshin has a second team of students who travelled to the ICO World Championships in Hull and the Judgement Day Weekend in Romania.

Students Jordan Imbusch, Kyle Findley, Carlton Dickinson and 8-year-old Theo Dickinson returned victorious!

The team picked up two Gold, four Silver and a Bronze in Hull and a fantastic 17 medals (7 Gold, 9 Silver and a bronze) from Romania including team of the day!

The team are now enjoying a well-earned break from competing and will be celebrating the success of the teams at their Annual Awards Night which will be held at the team’s Beeston base: Rowland Road WMC.

Kenshin Martial Arts run classes daily in South Leeds for all ages (3+) and abilities.

For further information please contact kenshin.leeds@gmail.com or www.facebook.com/KenshinLeedsMartialArts

 

This post was written by Stephanie Turner

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