Kickboxers from around the UK took part in the WAKO British Nationals this weekend in Nottingham, England. Fighters from hundreds of different clubs were staking their claim for a 2019 British title.
In the men's Points Fighting events, Dan Huxtable was number one at -57kg, besting Ethan Kerr in the final. James Skilton won over GB Taekwondo's Joel Walsh to take the -63kg title, while Dean Apicella from Scotland beat Sami Jassim at -69kg.
There was a familiar name remaining unbeaten at -74kg and -79kg. Dominant Elijah Everill took a double title ahead of Callum Hollinshead and Sami Jassim.
Moving up the weights, Craig Harrington and Josh O'Connor claimed the -84kg and -89kg crowns respectively.
Serial winner Chris Aston proved his consistency amongst the heavyweights, he won both the -94kg and +94kg divisions.
Welsh competitor Tennessee Randall was the Women's Points Fighting champion in the -55kg category. She then had to settle for silver as Nesta Baxter edged the -60kg final.
Natasha Baldwin, Hannah Weatherly and Stacey Davey were victorious in -65kg, -70kg and +70kg respectively.
The Light Contact (Continuous) titles were taken by Scottish fighter Michael McRoberts, who bested Englishman James Skilton in the lightweight -63kg competition.
Daniel Sinderby swept to -69kg Gold ahead of Rees Ivey. Elsewhere Rakkan Sabbah took on Team Epic teammate Ben Davies and came out on top to win -74kg Gold.
At -79kg, Team SAS' James Knapton won through over Daniel Balch from the BCKA. Elliot Allen added his name to the list of British Champions, beating Andy Townsend in -84kg.
Marcin Makur took a Gold and a Silver from the heavyweight -94kg/+94kg divisions, he lost out to Reece Phillips from the Fighting Fit Academy in the latter.
Tennessee Randall added a further two Gold medals in Women's Light Contact -55kg and -60kg. Another multiple winner was Natasha Baldwin, with further success in the form of -65kg Gold.
Finally, Roxy Carbery defeated Chelsea Leggett to become +70kg champion.
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