Published Monday, January 12, 2015
Each selection took two hours and the result of this was that 69 competitors were chosen in total to make up the JKS England squad for 2015.
A team has already been selected for the JKS World Championships in South Africa this year but there are many other national and international events to go at and to keep them all motivated, including the JKS European Championships to be held in Scotland in 2016.
Matt Price, National Head Coach commented "Congratulations those selected. The hard work starts now! Those not selected keep training hard and make it happen."
To view the full list of karateka who made the squad please click here.
The 2015 JKS England squads: Top-Bottom (Senior Kumite Squad, Kata Squad, Junior Kumite Squad)