Remembering Scott Marsden

The British Kickboxing Council is deeply saddened by the sudden loss of an amazingly talented young athlete Scott Marsden. The BKC did not sanction the event where this occurred and does not, at the present time, sanction or regulate any Full Contact Kickboxing events for any young persons under the age of 16 years old. The administration and regulation of Full Contact events is the responsibility of the organiser and…

14/03/2017
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OXFORD VS CAMBRIDGE: VARSITY KICKBOXING 2016

08/03/2016

As the dust settled and boxing ring finished shaking from the titanic blows dealt inside it on Saturday afternoon 5th March, the final results showed a 5-4 victory to the Light Blues. And the crowd went wild. This year saw Varsity Kickboxing held at an unusual venue, familiar to Cambridge Kickboxers as one of our training grounds, but perhaps surreal to all else present: St. Paul’s Church, Cambridge. To quote…

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European Olympics Consider Kickboxing

07/01/2016

As the BKC continues to work towards the official recognition of our sport here in the UK, we are delighted to announce that Kickboxing could be about to take a giant step forwards internationally with news that the European Olympic Committee is reportedly considering it’s inclusion at the European Games 2019 in Sochi, Russia. Borislav Pelevic, the newly appointed President of WAKO International, will be among those attending a meeting…

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Community Focus: It Was A Very Good Year

06/01/2016

To kick off 2016, we take a brief look back at some Team Nemesis’ biggest successes of 2015.   Austrian Open 2015 6 fighters travelled from Orkney to Austria for the 25th annual WKF (World Kickboxing Federation) Austrian Open on May 10th: Ryan Reffell, Reen Reffell, Amy Golder, Caitlin Foran, Martyn Brown and Ian Golder. They were joined by competitors from all over Europe. Reen Reffell took the first fight of the…

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