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Video: Bermuda Martial Arts Team In Virginia

Video: Bermuda Martial Arts Team In Virginia

A team from Bermuda took part in a martial arts competition in Reston, Virginia on January 17, with several island participants notching first place finishes.Skipper Ingham continues to show his timeless form, and was ranked first in senior forms, while Andrea McKey ranked first in open weapons, first in traditional weapons, and first in forms. Additionally,... Read more of this article

Bermuda Martial Artists Place 1st, 2nd In Virginia

Bermuda Martial Artists Place 1st, 2nd In Virginia

Bermuda’s Skipper Ingham, Kent Bean, Andrea McKey and Ryley Mason were all in action this past weekend at the John Chung Open Martial Arts Tournament held in Virginia, picking up a number of first and second place finishes. Kent Bean placed first in soft weapons on the first day of competition, while Andrea McKey placed first in both open and... Read more of this article

Bermuda Martial Artists Place Well In Virginia

Bermuda Martial Artists Place Well In Virginia

A group of martial artists from Bermuda recently competed in Reston, Virginia, picking up a first, second and third place finish. The group was sponsored by Bermuda Karate Organization in recognition of their performance in local tournaments during 2013. Andrea McKey placed first in traditional weapons, second in open weapons and second in traditional... Read more of this article

Video: Skipper Ingham 5th In Orlando

Video: Skipper Ingham 5th In Orlando

Continuing a decades long competitive career that has encompassed numerous successes, 81-year-old Frederick “Skipper” Ingham finished 6th out of thirteen competitors in the 50 and over forms competition at the US Open Karate Championships in Orlando, Florida held this past weekend [July 2/3]. Traveling with him to observe was his senior... Read more of this article

Skipper Still Going Strong: Wins in Virginia

Skipper Still Going Strong: Wins in Virginia

Veteran martial artist Frederick “Skipper” Ingham won the Men’s Over 40 forms at the John Chung’s 2010 World Cup Finals Martial Arts Championship held on January 14 and 15 in Reston, Virginia. Mr Ingham, now 80 years old, competed in the over 40 category, and picked up yet another win to add to his collection. Showing himself... Read more of this article

Skipper Speaks: No Sports in Ministry Name

Skipper Speaks: No Sports in Ministry Name

Well known karate expert Skipper Ingham has spoken out about the Cabinet reshuffle, expressing concern that “sport is no longer even part of the name of any ministry.” Under former Premier Dr Ewart Brown, the Ministry was called ‘Sports & Environment’ and was held by Minister Glenn Blakeney. With Premier Cox’s new Cabinet,... Read more of this article

Martial Arts Duo Place 1st & 2nd at Worlds

Martial Arts Duo Place 1st & 2nd at Worlds

[Updated with video] Skipper and Kristina Ingham put on dominating performances at The World Karate Organization Championships held over the weekend in Brantford, Ontario, claiming 1st and 2nd place. 80-year-old Frederick “Skipper” Ingham, who was the oldest competitor in the entire event, placed second in forms for men fifth degree black... Read more of this article

80 Yr Old Skipper Ingham Claims 5th in USA

80 Yr Old Skipper Ingham Claims 5th in USA

Continuing a decades long competitive career that has seen him win numerous awards, 80-year-old Frederick “Skipper” Ingham claimed a 5th place at yesterday’s [July 10] US Open Karate Championships in Orlando, Florida in forms among men over 50. Mr Ingham is pictured below [center] with second and first place winners of the over 50... Read more of this article