Combat Sports

Combat Sports

There are many disciplines within combat sports and activities but karate is probably the most popular in Barbados.  The range is varied and includes boxing, wrestling, judo, kickboxing and Olympic Taekowando.  The main reason why Karate is so popular is because its leading exponents are totally dedicated and they have developed the sport across all age groups, including both sexes.

National Coach Peter Warren is a highly qualified 7th Dan and his classes start so young that some of his students are barely out of nappies.  Top Karate athletes like Cameron King are exceptional talents and the Barbados local champion lists amongst his many achievements a gold medal in the Kumite (sparring) at both the World Championships and the Caribbean championships, and a silver medal in the Kota.

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Combat Sports Associations

FENCING; THE BARBADOS FENCING CLUB

Stephen Sandiford: 232-8783

Ryan Rodriguez: 256-4876

Roslyn Wilson: 230-0999

International Shotokan Karate Federation Barbados

Contact: Peter Warren

Training location: Ursuline Convent School Collymorerock, St. Michael.
Phone: 246-428-2674 (Home)
C: 246-231-9527.
E: pwar@caribsurf.com

JUDO: BARBADOS JUDO ASSOCIATION

President: Hoskins Caddle

Tel: 246 436 2608 (h) 246 263 7792 (c)

Vice President: Ian Weithers

www.barjudo.com

info@barjudo.com

hoskins@caribsurf.com

TAEKWONDO: TAEKWONDO ASSOCIATION OF BARBADOS

Taekwondo: Taekwondo Association of Barbados
 in combat sports

President Mr Henderson Turton
Tel (246) 571 7423 (h); (246) 236 2663 (c)
hturton@taekwondobarbados.org

Vice President Dr. Leo Brewster

www.taekwondobarbados.org
info@taekwondobarbados.org

Training location: Wildey Gymnasium
 

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