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Ezra, 11, qualifies for world finals

LIVERPOOL King David Primary School student Ezra Wright has qualified for the World Martial Arts Championship, following his success at the national qualifiers in Leicestershire.

Winning two gold medals and a silver, 11-year-old Ezra particularly impressed during his performance in the kata a Japanese word referring to a detailed choreographed pattern of martial arts movements.

As well as performing with nunchucks for the first time, Ezra managed to defeat people his own age, as well as some older participants.

Ezra started learning martial arts when he was five and achieved black belt the highest belt when he was just nine.

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