Martial arts battler is UK’s first woman ‘master’

The Autism News | English By Kentnews A martial arts expert who has been in a long battle against cancer has become the first woman in the UK to become a master in the tsuyoi ryu form of karate. And as if that wasn’t enough, Sandra Beale has taken on a myriad of other responsibilities. When she was aged just nine, she found a tennis ball sized lump under her arm which eventually led to having two ribs removed, long stays in hospital, and a doctor telling her parents she only had a 50-50 chance of pulling through

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Martial arts battler is UK’s first woman ‘master’

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