Bermuda Triangle Championships Held

October 27, 2020

Fifteen martial artists from four schools represented Bermuda during the Bermuda Triangle Championships tournament, which was held this past Saturday [Oct 24].

The four schools included Tabata-Ha Shotokan Karate-Do, Bermuda Karate Institute, Zenji Ryu Karate School, and Harto Dojo.

Andrea McKey said, “The Bermuda Triangle Championships tournament was held this past weekend and was well attended by schools in England and all over the United States.

“Bermuda had 15 competitors representing four schools and our results were awesome. Bermuda should be proud of these students; they represented the island well.”

Seri Fisher Bermuda Oct 2020

Tabata-Ha Shotokan Karate-Do

  • Callahj Simons – 2nd in kata and 1st in weapons
  • Massanda Vaughans – 1st in kata and 2nd in weapons
  • Maiya Caisey – 1st in kata
  • Amarriah Vaughans – 2nd in kata
  • Amiel Trott – 1st in kata
  • Khwai Mendoza – 3rd in kata
  • Charles Ndiaye – 1st in kata
  • Zachery Simons – 2nd in kat
  • Rakeysha Robinson – 3rd in kata
  • Staicya Smith – 3rd in kata

Bermuda Karate Institute

  • Shane Smith – 3rd in kata
  • Suzanne Erricson – 2nd in kata
  • Fancie Bowens Tucker – 8th in kata

Zenji Ryu Karate School

  • Dominique Brown – 1st in kata and weapons

Harto Dojo

  • Seri Fisher – Musical Weapons 1st, Krazy Athletics 2nd, 7th in kata

“All the judges and ring coordinators of course would have loved to have been in Bermuda physically; maybe next year.

“We have shown off our island home to them all with many pictures and videos. During the tournament, some competed outside, showing the splendid sun and beauty of the island.”

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