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Alton Brown Karate Athlete



Alton Brown Athlete Profile

ALTON BROWN

 

Date of Birth – 21/10/1983

Place of Birth –  East London

Started Karate – aged 11

Current Rankings – #35 Full ranking / #17 for 2017 season / # 14 All time ranking

Karate Styles – Shotokan

Height (metres) –  1.77 metres

Weight(kilos) – 75 Kg

Lead Coach – Raphael Veras
PerformancePro Coach – James Daley

Positions Held – Team Manager for BUCS National Karate Team

ALTON’S TRACK RECORD

 

ENGLISH & BRITISH TITLES

2000 – 2017

30+ English & British National Titles

 

KEY INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

2017

Karate1 Premier League, Rotterdam (Senior) – 5th Place

British Championships – Silver Medal

English Championships – Team Bronze Medal

Central England International – Silver Medal

2016

Karate 1 Premier League, Germany (Senior) – 13th Place

Karate1 Premier League, Paris (Senior) – 7th Place

2014

Karate1 Premier League, Paris (Senior) – 9th Place

European Championships, Finland (Senior) – 5th Place

2013

Karate1 Premier League, Austria (Senior) – Bronze Medal

Karate1 World Cup, Slovenia (Senior) – 5th Place

2010

World Championships, Serbia (Senior) – 5th Place

2009

European University Championships (Senior) – Bronze Medal

European University Championships (Senior) – Bronze Medal Team

2008

World Championships for Universities, Poland (Senior) – Bronze Medal

2007

European Championships for Universities, Montenegro (Senior) – Gold Medal

2006

World Championships, Finland (Senior) – Bronze Medal

Karate1 Dutch Open, Holland (Senior) – 7th Place

2004

World Championships for Universities, Serbia (Senior) – Silver Medal

European Championships, Russia (Senior) – 5th Place

European Championships, Croatia (Junior) – Silver Medal

European Championships, Croatia (Junior) – Bronze Medal

2003

European Karate Championships, Germany (Senior) – Silver Medal

European Championship, Poland (Junior) – Gold Medal

2002

World Championships Shotokan, Las Vegas – Gold Medal

World Championships Shotokan, Las Vegas – Team Gold Medal

2001

World Karate Championships, Greece (Junior) – 7th Place

2000

World Championships Shotokan, Portugal – Gold Medal

World Championships Shotokan, Portugal – Team Bronze Meda

 

MORE ABOUT ALTON BROWN

 

What is the best memory of your karateka career, so far?

‘Winning my first ever European Championship Gold Medal in Poland 2003.’

What is the secret to becoming a karate champion?

  • Do your research.
  • Develop a plan, Have faith in your plan & Put in the hours of hard work that will take you closer to your goal. Step by step, day by day.
  • Surround yourself with positive people who inspire you to keep pushing forwards to achieve your goals.
  • Refuse to let anybody tell you that achieving your goal isn’t possible
  • Develop winning habits that you know are going to move your development forwards.

 

Your favourite quote?

“When you realise that what you are seeking is also seeking you, you don’t worry about other people trying to take it away from you. It’s already yours, claim it”

Alton Brown is one of the three athletes training with PerformancePro’s Karate2020 Olympic Training programme.

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