Kayden Pool, a Grade 6 student at Curro Hermanus, has actually been making waves on the planet of kickboxing. He was just recently chosen for the Newcomer of the Year classification at the Western Cape Sports Awards. This skilled young fighter has actually likewise won the Newcomer of the Year award at the Overberg Sports Awards.
Kayden’s success story started at the Overberg Kickboxing Championship in 2015, where he showed commitment and ability, winning both of his combating modes and ending up being the double Overberg Champion. This resulted in his choice to represent the Overberg Kickboxing group at the Western Cape Kickboxing Championship, where he as soon as again emerged triumphant in both departments, ending up being a Double Western Cape Kickboxing Champion.
Kayden’s victories continued as he went on to contend in the South African Kickboxing Championship, where he protected top place in Point Fighting and 2nd location in Continuous Fighting, making him the title of South African champ in his department. His skill did not go undetected, as he was chosen to represent both the President’s and National South African kickboxing groups.
Kayden’s accomplishments have actually provided motivation and expect young professional athletes. His journey shows the power of enthusiasm, effort, and commitment. The Executive Head of Curro Hermanus, Kobus Vermeulen, revealed his pride in Kayden’s achievements and highlighted the value of acknowledging the accomplishments of young professional athletes like him.