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A golden showing

Sensei Wade Wilkins from the Prince Rupert Karate Club joins Blake Foxall, the lone competitor to travel to the Kitimat Karate Tournament on April 27.  - Contribtued
Sensei Wade Wilkins from the Prince Rupert Karate Club joins Blake Foxall, the lone competitor to travel to the Kitimat Karate Tournament on April 27.
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Sensei Wade Wilkins from the Prince Rupert Karate Club joins Blake Foxall, the lone competitor to travel to the Kitimat Karate Tournament on April 27. Blake came away with a gold medal in Kumite (fighting) as well as a silver in Kata.

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