Several multiple winners in junior karate championships
Stabroek News
June 1, 2004

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Richard Rohoman, Judd Walton and Krysten and Chontelle Sewett turned in impressive performances on Sunday when the Guyana Karate Federation staged its National Junior Champion-ships at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.

Rohoman won the 15-17 years male kumite and kata in the 120 pounds category, while Walton captured the male kumite and kata competition for the 9-11 years age group.

Krysten Sewett won the female kata in the 13-18 years age group and was second to Deidre Walton in the female kumite for 12-14 years of age karatekas. Chontelle Sewett won both the kumite and kata contests in the 9-11 years age group.

Kenneth Butler and Mark Forde placed second and third respectively to Rohoman in the male kumite, while Troy Parboo and Butler was second and third respectively in the kata competition.

Ian Rutherford and Romario James finished second and third respectively to Walton in the male kumite while Samuel Ming and Clifford Hamilton occupied the two respective spots in the kata contest.

Delicia Helwig finished third to Deidre Walton in the female kumite contest. Nikita Ramdeen and Nadya Fraser placed second and third respectively to Chontelle Sewett in the female kumite, while Fraser occupied the second spot in the female kumite.

In other results, Hamilton won the male 9-11 years kumite from Alfred Rambarran and Seon Cato while Trevaughn Williams captured the male 12-14 years kumite from Travis John and Dindyal Ramkisson respectively. Travis Nedd was the winner in the male 12-14 years kumite.

Second place went to Jagmohan Ramessar while Ravi Mohabeer occupied the third spot.

Mohabeer, however, won the male kata in the same age group from Roger Peroune and Liam Wong respectively.

The male 15-17 years kumite was won by Michael Harding. Second and third places went to Parboo and Eric Wilson respectively.

Patricia Bassant won the female 15-17 years kumite from Nadia Rohoman and Naubia Ramroop respectively.

Rohoman also placed second to Krysten Sewett in the female 13-18 years kata. Deidre Walton was third.