Wisbech star Cameron, 11, becomes national kickboxing champion as BCKA dominate
HARD-HITTING 11-year-old Charlotte Cameron has become a national champion after just six months of competitive kickboxing.
The Wisbech star put in a stunning performance as the British and Chinese Kickboxing Association (BCKA) returned with 21 trophies from the national championships in Corby.
Cameron has been training with the BCKA, which runs clubs in March, Wisbech, Whittlesey and Chatteris, for two years.
She had her first fight in November - but on Saturday she became the under-50kg advanced girls continuous champion.
Her example was followed by Whittlesey’s Courtney Brown who showed his class to become the advanced points champion in the 15-17 age group.
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Coach Andy Whitwell, a 5th Dan Black Belt, said he was delighted with his BCKA stars, who racked up 12 titles, six second places and three third places.
“I can’t stress enough how proud I am of our team,” he said. “To get 12 British BCKA Champions is an amazing result.
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“I was walking around with a smile on my face all day long, from the very first category to the last. These are the best results I can ever remember.
“I was particularly impressed with Charlotte Cameron (continuous champion) and Edward Paddock (points and continuous champion).
“I predict they will go on to become players on the world stage.”
For more information on the BCKA contact Whitwell on 07969792286, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.bcka-peterborough.co.uk
Under 4’6” advanced Points Champion - Edward Paddock
Under 4’6” advanced Points 2nd - Harley Hilliam
Under 4’6” advanced Points 3rd - Jazmyn Evans
Under 5’2” girls Points Champion - Freya Molloy
15-17 years advanced boys Points Champion - Courtney Brown
Under 70kg mens intermediate Points Champion - Wayne Whitehead
Under 80kg mens beginner Points Champion - Craig Whitehead
Under 65kg mens black belt Points Champion - Grant Brown
Under 65kg mens black belt Points 2nd - Courtney Brown
Under 70kg mens black belt Points 2nd - Grant Brown
Under 70kg mens black belt Points 3rd - Zac Culpin
Over 80kg mens black belt Points 2nd - Aaron Young
Over 80kg mens black belt Points 3rd - Ritchie Walton
Veteran (over 40 years) Points 2nd - Andy Whitwell
Under 30kg boys Continuous Champion - Edward Paddock
Under 30kg boys Continuous 2nd - Harley Hilliam
Under 50kg advanced girls Continuous Champion - Charlotte Cameron
Over 80kg boys Continuous Champion - Harry Nunn
Over 85kg mens advanced Continuous Champion - Karl Strange
Weapons Champion - Ritchie Walton (Dual Stick)
Weapons Champion - Andy Whitwell (Dual Stick)