Sarah retains her title

PUBLISHED: 11:38 13 March 2006 | UPDATED: 08:59 24 May 2010

OLDMIXON and Uphill Karate Kai's Sarah Clark regained her first place title in the ladies' open weight Kumite at the AMA international championships in Nottingham, despite

OLDMIXON and Uphill Karate Kai's Sarah Clark regained her first place title in the ladies' open weight Kumite at the AMA international championships in Nottingham, despite sustaining a broken nose in the final. Sarah had returned only six days earlier from Serbia where, as a member of the England squad, she took part in the junior European championships when she performed well, battling her way through to the third round, before losing her final fight by just one point. The club trains on Wednesdays at Oldmixon School and Fridays at Uphill Village Victory Hall. Times 7.30-8.30pm for juniors; 8.45-10pm for seniors and the first session is free.Oldmixon and Uphill Karate Kai is a member of the Western Karate Union and Karate England, the only governing body for karate in England recognised by Sport England. For further information, contact Wendy White on 814550.

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