WKC English National Championships 2012

This year's WKC English National Championships were split over two days with the points and kata sections on the 5th February and the light contact on the 26th February. 


Despite heavy snow on the 5th February the BCKA were well represented and came away with a total of 16 medals - 7 bronze, 6 silver and 3 gold.


In the light contact contest on the 26th February the BCKA fought hard and won a further 17 medals - 9 bronze, 3 silver and 5 gold.  Taking the total medal haul to 33 medals (with 23 BCKA fighters and competitors qualifiying for 2012's World Championships in Montreal, Canada) - 16 bronze, 9 silver and 8 gold.


Well done to all the team, some top class performances and fights over both tournaments.


If your result is incorrect or missing please contact info@bckakickboxing.com - thanks!


Full Results



Isabelle Leggett - Junior Girls Chinese Soft Style -  Gold

Ross Coulbeck - Men's Chinese Soft Style - Silver



Semi Contact (Points)



Lewis Gemmill - Cadets -45kgs - Bronze

Nikolai Milanov - Cadets -45kgs - Bronze

Nikolai Milanov - Cadets -50kgs - Silver

Daniel Laing - Cadets -60kgs - Quarter Finals

Jack Bristowe - Cadets -65kgs -  Gold

Jack Bristowe - Cadets +65kgs -  Gold



Nicola Gemmill - Juniors -55kgs - Silver

Nicola Gemmill - Juniors -60kgs - Silver



Kevin Williams - Men -65kgs - Bronze

Richie Wooton - Men -70kgs - Quarter Finals

Alex Barrowman - Men -75kgs - Silver

Marco Broccoli - Men -80kgs - Bronze

Barry Kang - Men -85kgs - Bronze

Ryan Winham - Men -90kgs - Bronze



Sarah Day - Women -60kgs - Bronze

Katie Grant - Women -65kgs - Silver

Cat Harris - Women -70kgs - First Round



Light Contact (Continuous)



Declan Etches -Kids -25kgs - Bronze

TJ White - Kids -40kgs - Bronze

Krzysztof Raszpla - Kids -45kgs - Quarter Finals

Nikolai Milanov - Cadets -45kgs -  Gold

Lewis Gemmill - Cadets -50kgs - Bronze

Daniel Laing - Cadets -60kgs - Bronze

Jack Etches - Cadets -60kgs - Bronze

Jack Bristowe - Cadets -65kgs - Gold

Sam Herbage - Cadets -65kgs - First Round

Harry Nunn - Cadets +65kgs - Silver

Courtney Brown - Juniors -65kgs - Bronze



Sophie Collinson - Juniors -65kgs - Bronze

Sophie Collinson - Juniors +65kgs - Silver



Grant Brown - Men -70kgs - Quarter Finals

Richie Wooton - Men -70kgs - Quarter Finals

Alex Barrowman - Men -75kgs -  Gold

Marco Broccoli - Men -80kgs - Gold

Jamie Key - Men -80kgs - Silver



Katie Grant - Women -60kgs - Bronze

Jo Redman - Women -70kgs -  Gold

Cat Harris - Women -70kgs - Bronze

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