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Karate Success for Tattenhall Trained Brothers

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Williams Karate Squad member Jacob Lewis becomes British Champion as brother Joshua claims bronze.

Brothers Joshua and Jacob Lewis from Winsford have reigned triumphant, medalling in the British Karate Federation Four Nations Championships.
On Saturday 27th May, at Karate's leading UK competition in which over 2000 trained athletes compete over two days, Jacob, aged nine, was crowned British Champion, and 13 year old Joshua was placed in third.

The boys train for over 20 hours a week with Williams Karate in Tattenhall at the Barbour Institute, Rudheath, Weaverham and Kelsall. Barry Williams Sensei, 6th Dan of Williams Karate, believes that competing is great for the children's potential.

Joshua and Jacob have had an extremely successful 24months, travelling up and down the country collecting over 80 medals.

They are excited that the sport has now been included within the Olympics and being part of the BKF/EFK, the largest governing body in the UK, provides a fantastic opportunities to all athletes.

The talented twosome are still working towards their ultimate goal of representing their country, continuing to enjoy Karate, and battling for more winning titles.

Well done from all at Tattenhall online.

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