Tuesday, November 5, 2019, 10:42 p.m.
This past weekend, on November 2 and 3, the second phase of the National Children’s Karate League took place in Ávila, in which the SP Herrera Karate Club of Herrera del Duque participated, with 5 female karate fighters.
Around 1,200 karate fighters participated in Ávila this weekend during November 2 and 3 in the second round of the National Children’s Karate League that was held in the San Antonio pavilion by the Shotokan Tora club and the Royal Spanish Federation of Karate. Karate and Associated Disciplines (RFEK).
The best promises of Spanish karate between 5 and 13 years old arrived in the capital of Avila looking for a place in the final that will take place in the month of December in Valdepeñas, for which the first eight karate fighters in each category have qualified, together with the results of the first two rounds.
According to Jesús Bermejo, head of SP Herrera Karate, “the female Herrera expedition generally did a good job in Kata and Kumite and they were on the verge of getting a medal.” For Bermejo, “they did a good job and at all times they had good results.” attitude, trusting that some of them can qualify for the final”