Kick boxing - Booth boxes clever to become world champ

PUBLISHED: 11:56 19 October 2007 | UPDATED: 23:06 28 May 2010

Jade Booth with her medals

Jade Booth with her medals

TEENAGE kickboxer Jade Booth, from March, took gold and silver medals at the BNMA martial arts world championships in London. Jade, 15, had a busy day fighting in four categories, winning a silver medal in the ladies adult section in light continuous and

TEENAGE kickboxer Jade Booth, from March, took gold and silver medals at the BNMA martial arts world championships in London.

Jade, 15, had a busy day fighting in four categories, winning a silver medal in the ladies' adult section in light continuous and taking gold in her weaker semi-contact section by convincingly beating the previous three-time champion and favourite for this year's finals, to become world champion. This is in addition to Jade's European champion titles won earlier this year.


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