ESKA was able to hold it’s first Kata competition of 2021 on Sunday 8th August at The Dojo Norwich. This competition was open to all members from Red Belt and above.

The competition gave the competitors the chance to show off their skills in both Heian Kata and Tokui (Favourite) Kata events.

Well done to all students who took part.
The medallists are listed below:
Junior Red (9th Kyu) to Yellow (7th Kyu) – Heian Kata
Gold: Luca White
Junior Red (9th Kyu) to Yellow (7th Kyu) – Tokui Kata
Gold: Luca White
Junior Green (6th Kyu) to Purple & White (4th Kyu) – Heian Kata
Gold: George Hope
Silver: Eli Taylor-Windle
Bronze: Amelia Gray
Junior Green (6th Kyu) to Purple & White (4th Kyu) – Tokui Kata
Gold: Amelia Gray
Silver: Eli Taylor-Windle
Bronze: Charlie Secker
Junior Brown (3rd Kyu) to Brown & Double White (1st Kyu) – Heian Kata
Gold: Evey Fuller
Silver: Joseph Pereira
Bronze: Suwichada Fudsongnoen & Lena Gryczaniuk
Junior Brown (3rd Kyu) to Brown & Double White (1st Kyu) – Tokui Kata
Gold: Noah Jarred
Silver: Lena Gryczaniuk
Bronze: Joseph Pereira
Junior Black Belts – Heian Kata
Gold: Martha Selby
Silver: Humprey Lloyd-Sherlock
Bronze: Jasmine Sargeant & Rumaisa Fareesa
Junior Black Belts – Tokui Kata
Gold: Martha Selby
Silver: Jasmine Sargeant
Bronze: Humprey Lloyd-Sherlock
Cadet/Adult Red (9th Kyu) to Purple & White (4th Kyu) – Heian Kata
Gold: Tim Windle
Silver: Helen Gray
Cadet/Adult Red (9th Kyu) to Purple & White (4th Kyu) – Tokui Kata
Gold: Tim Windle
Silver: Helen Gray
Cadet/Adult Brown (3rd Kyu) to Brown & Double White (1st Kyu) – Heian Kata
Gold: Francis Karemo
Silver: Mark Jarred
Bronze: Krzysztof Dragan
Cadet/Adult Brown (3rd Kyu) & Above (Dan Grades) – Heian Kata
Gold: Kate Murrell
Silver: Arwen Stewart
Bronze: Josh Wright & Dave Fuller
Cadet/Adult Brown (3rd Kyu) to Brown & Double White (1st Kyu) –Tokui Kata
Gold: Francis Karemo
Silver: Hannah Wimhurst
Bronze: Mark Jarred
Cadet/Adult Black Belts – Tokui Kata
Gold: Josh Wright
Silver: Arwen Stewart
Bronze: Kate Murrell
Keep an eye out for updates on the next competition, and remember you have to be ‘In It, to Win It!’