The 2022 competitive season has been a monumental success for the Ingram's instructors and students. A total of 45 athletes of all ages and ranks represented both the Carrollwood and New Port Richey dojos.
Sensei Jen and Sensei Sheri are super proud of everyone who accepted the challenge and entered the arena of competition to increase their knowledge of the martial arts and bolster their skills along the way.
Ingram’s competitors won a combined 318 medals this season. Team Ingram’s is proud to share 18 team members earned the title of 2022 Florida State Champions.
The honor of being named State Champion is earned by athletes earning the highest point total for the season in their division. We are also proud of the sportsmanship demonstrated by our athletes during competition.
Competition Team is a wonderful experience for our athletes because of the efforts of a dedicated group of Senseis, Coaches, & Volunteers. This amazing group of leaders spent over 600 hours volunteering their time at tournaments this season. We would like to take this opportunity to thank them for their dedication to our team.
We are excited & proud to share many of our athletes will be competing at Nationals & Worlds between 6/28-7/8. We would like your help celebrating the successful season so far & wishing our team good luck as they represent Ingram’s at the upcoming National & World Competitions.
The AAU national championships will be held at the end of June in Ft. Lauderdale, FL followed by the WUKF world championships. These events bring athletes from around the nation as well as around the globe to compete for national and international titles.
Be sure to follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ingramskarate for updates on the athletes as they finish the 2022 competitive season this summer.
For questions about competitive karate or karate in general please call us at our centers:
New Port Richey: 727-372-7673
(Proud Tournament Team Mom for 9 Seasons & Counting)