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- +09/05/2015KFA Inter-Club Championship May 2015The KFA Inter-Club Championship is a friendly competition between all the members of KFA.
- +08/03/2015Mushindo Open Kata competition
- +17/02/2013UK Open ChampionshipsUK Open Championships (Paul Campbells Karate Academy) Held at Haden Hill Leisure Centre.
- +22/05/2011United Styles Association British Open Karate Championships 2011KFA entered a small team of competitors into the United Styles Association British Open Karate Championships held at the Crystal Leisure Centre, Stourbridge, West Midlands.
The standard of the competition was very high and was well attended by people from all parts of the UK.
All of our students performed brilliantly and surpassed all expectations, Jake Grove, Bradley Hancox, Cameron Aitken, Troy Allen and Daniel Pearson who entered the kata categories narrowly missed out on medal positions with some excellent demonstrations. Jenny Loftus won the Senior Female and Alex Whyte won the Senior Male categories in outstanding fashion each performing to what we know them capable of.
Once the Kata was completed the Kumite began, again there was plenty of passion and spirit on display, Bradley, Cameron, Troy, Megan Harris and Callum Beach all had hard fought bouts and came very close to winning medals. Martin White, Dan Pearson and Daniella Beach succeeded in winning third place medals, Max Richards won his difficult category (13/15yrs), Jenny Loftus won the Female -68kgs and Alex Whyte won the Mens -75kgs, both Jenny & Alex beat England squad memberís amongst others on route to their success.
All in all it was a truly great day for KFA who was again well supported by parents, family members and fellow students.
- +24/10/2009Karate ChampionshipsMembers of KFA recently took part in the Karate Championships held at The Crystal Leisure Centre. The members took part in all categories of Kata and Kumite events and proving once again that their hard work and standard would be rewarded. The event attracted many martial artists from across the country and proved a tough challenge to the local club. Undeterred the KFA team fought well all day and were rewarded with top awards. The highlight of the event was the Menís Kumite Team getting to the finals and gaining Silver. Well done to all who took part.
- +25/04/2009 National ChampionshipsThe National Championships will be held at the Crystal Leisure Centre, Stourbridge where students from all over the country attend. Clubs from all over the country attended, with World, European and National Champions attending and putting on some dazzling displays. Stourbridge Karate Club, Karate For All, took part with a large team of both competitors and spectators. After weeks of hard training all their hard work paid off with the majority of the club members who took part excelling in the primary rounds and finally going through to the finals, gaining a large number of awards. This is a young Team and everyone who took part excelled. The team spirit building up to this event has been excellent, with a lot of extra training taking place. Already the Karate For All team are looking forward to their next challenge. Sensei Paul would like to thank everyone for all the hard work they put into the preparations for this tournament, which was rewarded with a number of fantastic results. Keep up all the hard work and once again very well done to every member who took part. Also we would like to thank all the parents for all their continued support throughout this event. WELL DONE EVERYONE.
- +04/10/2008Karate ChampionshipsThe Karate National Championships took place at the Crystal Leisure Centre, Stourbridge, recently. Clubs from all over the country attended, with World, European and National Champions attending and putting on some dazzling displays. Stourbridge Karate Club, Karate For All, took part with a large team of both competitors and spectators. After weeks of hard training all their hard work paid off with the majority of the club members who took part excelling in the primary rounds and finally going through to the finals, gaining a large number of awards.
Club instructor Sensei Paul Acton was extremely pleased with his teamís efforts. ďIt was very rewarding to see the majority of our members, who entered the event, reach the finals. Everyone in the team had worked really hard towards this event and their efforts were justly rewarded with a large number of awards. The current members in the club have a great team spirit, the best we have had for a number of years, also we have a lot of new members who are showing a lot of potential and have already begun training for next years events. The highlight for the club was to reach the finals in both Team Kata and Kumite events. With so many of the team winning awards it has given the whole club a big boost, and I am sure that there is a lot more success on the way.Ē
- +14/07/2008World Championships in SwitzerlandThe World Championships will be held in Switzerland between 14/07/2008 and 20/07/2008. The best from every country in the World will battle against each other in the hope of becoming a World Champion.