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2017 X WKF Junior, Cadet & U21 Championships, October 25-29, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Squad & Staff

Selected Kata Athletes

Congratulations of the Kata athletes selected for the Junior World Championships 2017

Cadets 14-15 Sadie Stoner & Aron Traves

Juniors 16-17 Lauren Fretwell & Adam Peters

U21 Holly Stoner & Luke Easton

Team Female 14-17yrs Sadie Stoner Libby Tucker Lydia Bevan

Team Male 14-17 yrs Dylan Traves Aron Traves James Raynor

Coach: Aimeé Sell
Assistant coach: Chris Karwacinski

Selected Kumite Athletes:

Male Cadet
-53KG  Ethan Day
-57KG Stephen Lloyd
-63KG Pajhan Jaffari
-70KG Christie Horrillo
+70KG Joe Hird

Female Cadet
-47KG Tayla O’brien
-54KG Niamh Cosgrove
+54KG Carys Jones

Male Junior
-55KG Jed Thompson
-61KG Jamie Gridley
-68KG Brandon Wilkins
-76KG William Thathham
+76KG Brandon Carr

Female Junior
-48KG Chloe Lyndon
-53KG Rachel Traverse
-59KG Charlotte Hope
+59KG Lauren Sailsbury

Male U21
-60KG Cuba Parris
-67KG Bleu Parris
-75KG Micthell Thorpe
-84KG Terry Brigdale
+84KG Brandon Jewell

Female U21
-50KG Chloe Sailsbury
-55KG Jordan Clackson
-61KG Danielle Kirby
+68KG Rebbecca Boakes

Coaches: Paul Newby & Davin Pack
Assistant coach: Katie Hurry
Head of Delegation: Eve Whitaker
Chaperones: Tracy Easton & Karen Peters
Medical: David Inman

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