2015 National Championship Kata Results
A great result from Samuel Cadorin and Clayton Walker in defending their National Junior Nage No Kata title. It was a hotly contested division with a record number of entrants ranging in age from 7yrs to 15yrs old. Only a handful of points separated competitors throughout the entire field a fantastic effort by all.
There was also a record number of participants in the Ju No Kata as well, which saw Ernie Wakamatsu and Dale Keogh successfully defend their National Title. Not only are the participation numbers growing across all of the Katas, but the quality and technical expertise which constantly improving year on year.
Another notable effort was Mohan Bam and Eddie Yuen, who not only defended their National championships, but did so residing in other states and practicing with different partners and coming together on the day to put it all together.
Ernie Wakamatsu and Mike Griffithss following their very successful performance at the World Championships in September last year, followed up by defending their National Title for a third consecutive year.
Great effort by all participants, it is great to see the Kata growing both in participation and quality.