Sarah fights her way to the top
PUBLISHED: 11:11 24 July 2006 | UPDATED: 09:38 24 May 2010
A WESTON College student has triumphed again to become one of the world's top karate champions. Sarah Clark has just returned from Belgrade where she and her team came third in the world in the Best Woman In Karate Championships
A WESTON College student has triumphed again to become one of the world's top karate champions.Sarah Clark has just returned from Belgrade where she and her team came third in the world in the Best Woman In Karate Championships.The England karate squad member started practising the martial art when she was seven at Oldmixon Primary School and achieved her black belt by the time she was 12.Sarah, who used to go to Broadoak Community School went on to win a number of medals at tournaments like the British Children's Karate Championships, the Championship of the Isles and the British International Karate Championships.Sarah was selected for the England squad for the first time when she was 17 and she went on to reach the semi-finals in the World Karate Championships in Cyprus with the rest of the team.The 18-year-old was then re-selected to represent England in the European Championships, The English Senior Karate Championships and the European Regional Team Championships this year.Sarah, who is also taking a BTEC in public services, said: "The highlight of my career so far is being selected for the England squad. I cried when I found out.I hope to go on now to win some world titles.