DEDICATION, COMMITTMENT & RESILIANCE.
August 3, 2020
While many of us are just getting back into training, or may have been doing a few sessions over the Covid break, Keira Sanft has been an exception.
The shutdown over Covid presented Keira with an opportunity, which she grabbed with both hands; the advent of online Kata Tournaments.
The tournaments are run online and competitors from all over the world compete against each other in a one on one knockout style competition, with a max of 32 players per event.
To date Keira has competed in 6 tournaments, including the Adidas Karate World Open Series & Sportdata E-Tournament World Series, entering both the Female Cadet & Under 18 Female category. Keira has so far achieved four 3rd places and two 5th places. Points are awarded depending on Event prestegue, number of rounds won & overall finish place and go towards a World Ranking.
With result like these it is easy to see why Keira is currently ranked 11th in Cadets & 10th in Under18 Female divisions.
Keira, who has been training for over 10 years, also has multiple State, National & International Titles to her name.
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