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Martial Arts: Success for Veras Academy at Two-Day National Karate Championships

PUBLISHED: 12:00 24 January 2018

Veras Academy face the camera at the Two-Day National Karate Championships (pic: Veras Academy)

Veras Academy face the camera at the Two-Day National Karate Championships (pic: Veras Academy)

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Veras Academy collected 25 medals in total at the Two-Day National Karate Championships.

The London-based club, who train in Tower Hamlets, Islington and Hackney, sent a 27-strong team to the event at the Leicester Arena.

A string of impressive displays saw Veras collect 14 gold medals, five silver medals and six bronze medals at the competition.

The club were also able to collect gold and silver medals in the disability kata categories.

“We are so proud of our athletes and the army of parents that support our team,” said sensei Raphael Veras.

“This shows that preparation, practice, participation and persistence pays off.”

All abilities are welcome to join the club, who have training bases across the capital.

For more information about the club, click here.

Details about the club’s training bases and the arrangements can be found by following the above link, as well as contact details for Veras Academy.

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