Sensei Sheri Angwin and Sensei Jen Davenport along with twelve students from Ingram's Karate Center traveled to Detroit, MI to represent the WUIKA (World United Isshinryu Karate Association) on Saturday, June 19, 2021.
These competitive events test an athlete's skills and abilities in Kata (forms), Kumite (sparring), and Kobudo (weapons). Each athlete must perform with balance, strength, precision, and focus to rise to the top of their division; and the students from Ingram's Karate did just that.
There is so much training and hard work that goes into an athlete's weekly regimen to prepare for these events!
Ingram's Karate Center would like to congratulate the following athletes on a job well done!
Lucas Arujo, 10- 3rd place in Kobudo, 3rd in Kata, 2nd in Kumite
Ashton Hannah, 11- 2nd in Kobudo, 2nd in Kata, 1st in Kumite
Daetyn Lett, 11- 1st in Kobudo, 1st in Kata, 3rd in Kumite
EJ Davenport, 17- 2nd in Kumite
Sophie Altiok - 1st in Kumite
Jacob Little, 14- 3rd in Kobudo, 3rd in Kata, 4th in Kumite
Mikey Molinero- 2nd in Kobudo, 1st in kata, 2nd in kumite
Lane Bache- 1st in Kobudo, 2nd in kata, 1st in Kumite
Aaron Molinero- 1st in Kobudo, 1st in Kata, 2nd in Kumite
Jadyn Frank, 15- 3rd in Kobudo, 4th in Kata, 2nd in Kumite
Angee Hastings- 3rd in Kobudo, 2nd in Kumite
We're so proud of these athletes and their hard work!
Keep an eye out for another update after the AAU national karate competition in South Carolina from June 29th - July 3rd. Ingram's students will be there to finish out their competitive season!
Good luck Ingram's Athletes!