Wisbech kickboxer Charlotte Cameron going for gold at World Kickboxing Council’s World Championships

Wisbech Kickboxing Star Charlotte Cameron set to take on the World.

Wisbech Kickboxing Star Charlotte Cameron set to take on the World. - Credit: Archant

Wisbech kickboxer Charlotte Cameron hopes to go one better than last year and bring back gold from the World Kickboxing Council’s World Championships.

The 14 year old Thomas Clarkson Academy student, who will represent England in Portugal in November, won silver and bronze at last year’s world championships in Italy.

Cameron goes into this year’s competition having already picked up the WKC English, British and European titles this year.

She is a member of the British Chinese Kickboxing Association [BCKA] and trains at the national headquarters in Corby four times per week under the leadership of Alex Barrowman.

BCKA Coach Alex Barrowman said: “Charlotte is a promising young talent who is extremely focused on her training and determined to succeed.


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“Since joining up with the BCKA England Squad at the national headquarters and through continuing her hard training she has shown improvement at an exceptional rate.

“Charlotte has all the potential to succeed at world level. For her age she is very tough and very mature in her approach to training, seeking out top experienced fighters to give her further tuition and tips.

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“She gives 110% in every training session and when competing whether she is representing locally, on a national or international stage.”

For more information about Cameron’s career go to www.charlottejcameron.co.uk

Cameron would like to thank the Brooke Weston Trust and Wisbech Round Table for their support this year. If anyone would like to sponsor her for the World Championships, call Stuart Cameron on 07903830659 or e-mail sjcx2@hotmail.com

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