Congratulations to our team who brought back 8 Gold, 2 Silver and 2 Bronzemedals yesterday at the 2019 AAU Karate NC State Championship.Glenn 2 Gold Black Belt 35 - up, Empty Hand & Weapons KataAmber 2 Gold Beginner 35 - up Womens, Empty Hand & Weapons KataJeremiah 1 Gold 1 Silver 11 Yr. Novice Special Needs, Empty Hand & Weapons KataBryce 2 Gold 14 Yr. Beginner special Needs, Empty Hand & Weapons KataNataly 1 Gold 1 Silver 13 Yr. Female Beginner , Empty Hand & Weapons KataMadison 2 Bronze 11 Yr. Female Beginner , Empty Hand & Weapons KataEveryone qualified for the 2019 AAU Karate Nationals in Ft. Lauderdale, FLin July and also all the youth qualified for the 2019 AAU Jr. Olympics to beheld in Greensboro, NC.Jeremiah was last years 2018 AAU Karate National Champion with two goldmedals in the special needs division. This year he'll be competing in the Jr. Olympics as well as the other youth in our program!
We returned from the 2019 AAU Regional Karate Championship this pastSaturday.We wish to congratulate Bryce. He was the only one representing us fromthe dojo at this tournament. Bryce brought back two Gold Medals. He competed in the 14 year old Beginners Special Needs division in Empty Hand and Weapons Kata.All the teens 18 and younger from the dojo qualified at either the AAUNational Karate State and Regional Championships. They will now go onto compete at the AAU Junior Olympic Games to be held in Greensboro, NC July 26 & 27.Also all students have qualified to compete at the AAU National Karate Championships to be held the first week of July in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
2019 AAU Karate NC Regional Championship
2017 AAU National Karate Championshipand the Ozawa Cup International Karate Championship
2018 AAU National Karate Championship
Jeremiah Boston brought home 2 Gold Medals in the 10 year old BeginnersSpecial Needs Division. Medalling both in Empty Hand and Weapons Kata.
2020 AAU Karate NC State Championship
Two Bronze MedalsWe wish to Congratulate Glenn Johnson in his recent placingof 3rd Place Bronze Medalist(s) in Adult Black Belt Kataand Weapons Kata at the 2020 North Carolina AAU KarateChampionships held in Greensboro, NC this past Saturday, March 7th.Glenn is now qualified to compete at the AAU KarateNationals in June.Glenn first started karate with his son Hugh both obtainingBlack Belt after several years of training. Glenn has beentraining at the dojo for over 15 years and has garneredmultiple Gold, Silver and Bronze medals at both AAU KarateState and Regional Championships.
2021 AAU Karate NC District Championship
Two Silver and Two Bronze MedalsWe wish to Congratulate Mason Blumeand Glenn Johnson in their recent placingat the AAU District Championships. Masoncompeting in the 7 year old beginners division won two Silver Medals in EmptyHand and Weapons Kata out of a field of31, Mason has been training for only three months.Glean winning Bronze Medeals in the AdultBlack Belt Empty Hand and Weapons KataDivisions. Both are now qualified tocompete at the AAU Karate Nationals at theend of June and beginning of July.