Wisbech kickboxer Cameron enjoys British and European World Kickboxing Council glory

14:24 21 July 2014

Charlotte Cameron kickboxing for England

Charlotte Cameron kickboxing for England


Wisbech kickboxer Charlotte Cameron has clinched World Kickboxing Council British and European titles.

She won golds in the cadet girls 13-15 years category and silver in the junior girls 16-17 years category.

Cameron trains in Corby at BCKA Headquarters under national team manager Alex Barrowman.

Her sights have now turned to this November’s World Championships, which will be held in Portugal.

Cameron is looking for sponsorship to help fund her World Championship bid. If anyone would like to sponsor her contact Stuart Cameron on 07903 830659 or donate at http://www.gofundme.com/WorldChampionMyDream-2014.


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