Peterborough’s BCKA club were in great form again at the World Kickboxing and Karate Council Championships in Manchester.
Club members Jaden Harris, Ashton Brannigan, Eddy Paddock, Freya Molloy and Leon Gold all picked up medals against strong opposition.
Brannigan was competing at his first international competition, while Gold gained his first European Champion medals.
Paddock won three golds, while Molloy won two golds and a bronze.
Cadet -50kg Points Champion
Cadet -50kg Continuous Silver
Juniors -50kg Points Silver
Boys -35kg Continuous Bronze
Cadets -45kg Points Champion
Cadets -45kg Continuous Champion
Juniors -55kg Points Champion
Cadets +50kg Points Champion
Cadets +50kg Continuous Bronze
Juniors -60kg Points Champion
Men’s -75kg Points Silver
Men’s -75kg Continuous Champion
Elsewhere Joshua Hood, who fights under JAMA Kickboxing run by sisters Lianne, Bethany and Becky Jones, won his first ring fight.
He stepped in at short notice at the ‘Only the strong Fight Night’ in Watford.
Having only fought on mats for a year, Joshua put on an excellent display.
It was a close first round but he comfortably fought off the opposition in the final two rounds to secure a unanimous decision.
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