Next Competition

March 9, 2011

IAKSA/ASKO English Open Sport Kickboxing Championships Sunday March 20th


Venue:

Ellis Guilford School Sports Centre

Bar Lane

Old Basford

Nottingham

NG6 0HT


IAKSA Sedition Results

February 20, 2011

Three fighters from the ABMAA fought in the IAKSA Sedition tournament today

All three from the East Coast Martial Arts (ECMA)

All three won their fights

First on was Tom Rankin, he fought 3 x 2min rounds, winning all three rounds (his first win in competition)

Next up was Chantelle Goodwin again fighting 3 x 2min rounds, again winning all three rounds for a convincing win

Lastely was Chief Instructor Adam Beniston fighting 3 x 2min rounds against a fighter who had challenged him and travelled all the way from Wales, Adam won all three rounds in spectacular style, the total points were something like 35 to 2.

Well done all three fighters on a hat trick.


Weapons & Grappling Course

February 12, 2011

Everyone that turned out for the Weapons/Grappling course today enjoyed a great seminar, this was the first one in a long time, but there will be three more to follow this year, hopefully we will have a better turnout next time, and enjoy it even more.

In the group shot is Wes Draycott, Sean Harrison, Gary Greatorex, Tyla Jeans, Jared Evison, Josh Nobe, Daniel Evison, Brad Kimberley, and Josh Cantrell.


Weapons & Grappling Course Today

February 12, 2011

1pm till 3pm at Joseph Whitaker Sports College, Rainworth


Student of the Month

February 8, 2011

Student of the month for January is Reegan Hollywood from the Manor Club


Latest Update – Class Times

February 1, 2011

New Class starting Thursday 10th February at

Kang Han Combat & Martial Arts Academy

Beardall St, Hucknall. NG15 7JUĀ  6.30pm

Mixed Kickboxing, Everyone welcome.


Latest Update – Amendment to Events page

January 26, 2011

Latest Update – Events Page

January 23, 2011

New Black Belt Certificates

January 19, 2011

The new A4 Black Belt Certificates with Gold foil design


Sad News

January 8, 2011

We are sorry to have to report the sad death of one of our young Black Belts, Greg Bear from Ashfield Tigers, died from double pnuemonia days before Christmas, many of you will know him from classes or courses over the years, or will know his father Gary Bear a senior Instructor for many years, and his sister Rachel who just recently took her 2nd dan Black Belt.

Greg was one of the most likable young men I have had the privalage to have known, I found him to be a first class Black Belt who was both respectfull and humble, traits not entirely common in teenage lads. We plan on introducing a Memorial Trophy to be presented annually at our National Championships in memory of Greg, more details will follow.

Our heartfelt condolences go to his Parents, his sister and his little brother at this sad time.