It started with a random computer game and developed into a mission to bring his favourite sport to the unlikely surroundings of North Africa.
Hackney’s Brielle Koulen has come from modest beginnings, but she is fast establishing herself as one of the borough’s finest tennis stars.
Heavyweight hope ready for rematch with Cuban
Shotokan Karate London’s intermediate women achieved a clean sweep of honours on a successful day for the club at the JKA England national championships.
Hackney prospect Thomas Drayton has vowed to come back better and stronger after missing out on a dream appearance at Wimbledon.
Shotokan Karate London celebrated a 100 per cent pass rate as a total of 23 students successfully navigated their grading examinations.
A Hackney college student has become the first Yellow Belt Challenge participant to achieve his black belt at the British Schools Championships.
Heavyweight handed victory by walkover
East London heavyweight on a high
Hackney’s David Adesanya will hope to come out on top against the world’s finest players during a placement in China aimed at broadening his studies.
Olympic Karate enjoyed success at Sunday’s open karate championships at the University of East London, picking up two silver and four bronze medals.
Hackney residents have been urged to take up swimming for the first time as part of Swim London 2016 – a legacy project for the forthcoming European Aquatics Championships.
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