British Judo claimed it's biggest European medal haul in 20 years, amassing an impressive 5 individual medals across the 3 day competition in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Ashley McKenzie got the ball rolling with his second European Judo Championship medal (following bronze in 2013.) He took on Ukraine’s Artem Lesyuk in the bronze medal match and won through to claim the third place.
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“The best fighter is not a Boxer, Karate or Judo man. The best fighter is someone who can adapt on any style. He kicks too good for a Boxer, throws too good for a Karate man, and punches too good for a Judo man.” ― Bruce Lee
GB's Chris Aston claimed two Silver medals at the Austrian Classics World Series Kickboxing Event in Olympiaworld Innsbruck. Competing in the -94kg point fighting category, and the open weight Grand Champion event.
After his recent World Series success in Milan, Chris ought to have been confident of adding to his 2018 honours.
Chris dispatched some of the worlds best points fighters on his way to the...
Kickboxing (WAKO) has been awarded a place on the full sport programme at The World Games as an official sport.
The World Games is an international multi-sport event, meant for sports that are not included in the Olympic Games. Organised and governed by the International World Games Association and recognized by the International Olympic Committee.
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Chris Aston brought home an impressive four medal haul from the Pointfighting Cup in Italy, including a double gold in the -94kg and +94kg sections.
Heavyweight Chris, coached by Krisztián Jároszkievicz and Sean Veira, defeated Italians on home ground in the final of both categories. Taking on Paolo Niceford and Gabriele Oliva respectively in gold medal match ups.