Oss All, You’ve seen the teaser pictures, you’ve seen the official results. Now its time for the official competition pictures… They look great!
Thanks must go to Luke Santilli from Luke Santilli Photography who just so happens to be one of our many black belts.
Sunday 29th October saw ESKA hold its annual championships at the Stevenage Hombu. As always, the event was a great success and all that attended enjoyed the high quality of karate on show. From the youngest junior to the oldest adult; everyone showed a high level of commitment and spirit. Judges were particularly impressed with the etiquette of the students participating.
Yesterday (29th October) we held our annual ESKA Competition at the ESKA Honbu (Stevenage Leisure Centre).
It was a fantastic, albeit long day, with some great competitors.
With only a few days to go, are you getting excited? I know myself and the other instructors are!
I thought I would share a few reminders and further details about the day, just to help alleviate some of those pre-competition nerves.
On Thursday 12th and Monday 16th October, Sensei Gavin Paul held a Kumite Referee course at the Stevenage Hombu.
Covering everything from scoring to penalties the course was very thorough and each attendee received their very own ESKA Kumite rules booklet.
Calling all Karate-ka
The next event on our calendar is the annual competition held at the Stevenage Hombu. This is always a great occasion and is a fantastic opportunity for all our students to gain confidence and show what they can do.
The competition will be held on the 29th October at Stevenage Leisure Centre. All entrants will receive a medal just for taking part. The cost is £4 per event entered. (You are able to enter more than one event.)
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