WISBECH: Instructor becomes one of youngest 4th Dan Black Belts in country

A WISBECH-based karate instructor has become one of the youngest 4th Dan Black Belts in the country, at the age of 25. Sensei Seb King, from the Samurai Karate School, performed a five-hour grading assessment in front of Paul Griffin, head of the British

A WISBECH-based karate instructor has become one of the youngest 4th Dan Black Belts in the country, at the age of 25.

Sensei Seb King, from the Samurai Karate School, performed a five-hour grading assessment in front of Paul Griffin, head of the British National Martial Arts Association (BNMAA).

He passed with distinction and received his honour from two Hollywood martial arts stars - former taekwon-do world champion Silvio Simac, who recently appeared alongside Jason Statham in Transporter 3, and martial arts actress and choreographer Karen Shepherd - at a ceremony in Bradford.

He was also awarded a National Instructors award from the BNMAA for his outstanding work as an Instructor at Samurai Karate School.

Seb, born in Outwell, started training aged 11 and received his first Dan aged 16.

Father and 4th Dan instructor, sensei Steve King said: "Seb has developed into a fine young man and a model of respect and discipline.

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"It is not only a great feeling of pride to have Seb as a student and instructor,but also as a son.

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