Three first places for the Warriors

PUBLISHED: 12:17 19 November 2010

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WESTON Warriors, based at Sweat Fitness Academy attended the WUMA nationals at Cheltenham recently.

WESTON Warriors, based at Sweat Fitness Academy attended the WUMA nationals at Cheltenham recently.

Junior and adult competitors from the gym had a great day and the fighters came away with three first places, second places and five third places.

Lewis Mulhall won the continuous section and was looking sharp in preparation for his full contact fight in Bridgwater on Sunday.

Darren Stork gained a first place in his first tournament and has been training at Sweat.FA for the past eight months. Gemma Baker, Travis Orton, Lukas Tyler and Sharky all competed and did well.

Brooklyn Chamberlain gained a first place in the continuous section and showed some excellent kicking and punching to get a great result.

Brooklyn and Lewis were due to attend the world championships, but they have been postponed until February 2011 in Greece.

Stuart Davies said: “Brooklyn has been at the club for four years and has always been keen to improve and it’s great that he will be representing our club in Greece in February. I am proud of Brooklyn as he is only eight years old and has a great chance to win the event.”

The kickboxing club train at Sweat Fitness Academy on Tuesdays and Thursdays and the Academy also offer classes in boxing, karate, ju jitsu and MMA.

For full details please visit the website at www.sweatfa.com or call 01934 629199.


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