ISKF Barbados Get Their First Medals at the World Karate Championships in South Africa - 2016 (18th August)
Tajei Greenidge Wins a Gold & a Bronze Medal in the 8/9 Category for Kumite Purple belts (Gold) and Kata (Bronze) - with over 20 nations represented at the championships this is a huge achievement.
Cape Town Airport
HOW DID THEY GET THERE?
ISKF Barbados Get MORE Medals at the World Karate Championships in South Africa - 2016 (19th August)
GOLD MEDAL - Tabu Lall Kissoon
In an epic girls 14 year to 15 year age group, Tabu overcame her opponent with a classic attack to gain the final vital point after a long fought out draw (directly after her titanic semi final victory which included two draws).
An exhausted Tabu gained the second gold for Barbados at these ISKF World Championships in the Kumite final and just missed out on a medal in the Kata Category.
BRONZE MEDAL - Michael Hall
Nine year old Black Belt Michael Hall gained a bronze medal in the 10 - 11 year old division after being moved up a division as there were no competitors in his age group
Michael did not look out of place as he competed with the older boys to gain a bronze in a closely contested Kata final.
More Make it to The Elimination Stages of Their Respective Events
Senior Women Kata Final
Senior Male Kata Final
Young Male Adult Kumite Final