Karate crew wins provincial titles

Nanaimo’s Shima Karate School had winning results at provincials in Richmond

Shima Karate School had winning results at provincials to continue a remarkable season.

The local club had a contingent of athletes at Karate B.C. championships in Richmond from Dec. 2-3 and many athletes came away with medals.

Results include:

10-11-year-old intermediate – Azia Deal, bronze, forms, silver, sparring; Brea Gillette, silver, forms; Damon Baerg, bronze, forms, bronze, sparring; Morgan Scarisbrick, bronze, sparring; Owen Hopewell, silver, forms.

10-11-year-old weapons – Oliver Hilderley, bronze, forms.

10-13-year-old weapons – Damon Baerg, gold, forms.

12-13-year-old novice – Cody Linn, silver, forms, bronze, sparring.

12-13-year-old advanced – Sarah Crago, gold, sparring, bronze, forms.

14-15-year-old elite – Coen Francis, bronze, sparring.

15-and-under team – Damon Baerg, silver, forms; Oliver Hilderley, silver, forms; Owen Hopewell, silver, forms.

16-17-year-old advanced – Hanxi MacIlquham, gold, forms; Samantha Wolff, gold, forms, gold, sparring.

Men’s advanced – Hanxi MacIlquham, silver, sparring.

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