Simonka Slizek of Summerland receives her score after performing an individual kata during the 2014 Friendship Tournament in Penticton hosted by her Taneda Karate Dojo.

Athletes win at karate tournament

The Taneda Dojo had some students who did very well at the Chito-Ryu Friendship Tournament this past Saturday in Penticton.

The Taneda Dojo had some students who did very well at the Chito-Ryu Friendship Tournament this past Saturday in Penticton.

Simonka Slizek, 14, was awarded the female grand champion cup at the tournament.

She won gold medals in kumite, individual kata and team kata.

Micka Becker, 12, received the Senpai Julie inspirational award.

Caitlyn Riddle, 10, received the sportsmanship trophy.

All of these athletes are from Summerland.

 

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