Basingstoke Kickboxing Organisation

Combat and Defence Martial Art - We welcome all ages and abilities


The Sport

THE SPORT

A demanding and dynamic combat sport, great for fitness, self-defence and confidence. Disciplines include Point Fighting and Semi Contact

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THE CLASS

We have classes for all ages and abilities, from the very young with our Little Ninja's, a Beginners Academy and an International Fighting Squad.

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THE CLUB

With over 30 years experience competing at the highest levels of the sport. Focused and driven providing resulting on and off the tatami

Kickboxing - Self Defense, Fitness and Progression.


Performance - define your own success

Classes

We have classes for all ages


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Adult Classes 16+, focused on fighting drills, fitness and progressive belt grading

Adult Classes

Kids Kickboxing Classes

Kids Classes 7-15, Focused on devlopment, disicpline and progressive belt grading.

Kids Classes

Little Ninja Kickboxing

Little Ninja's, under 6, working on getting them used to learning, we teach the basics through fun and play.

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Head over to our Classes page for a full class schedule

A progressive club - all inclusive and devlopment focused.


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Club News

Our latest News and Events


  • Dorking 2017
    Dorking 2017
    Great days fighting at the Superleague today. Charlotte 2ndMaggie 3rdRobbie 2nd &3rdRossi 5thEllis 4thMitch 2nd &4thLiz 2nd & 2nd &3rdNicole 3rdRory 3rd.Neil 2ndNo golds today, but some amazing battles and great improvements in our fighters. Well done all.  Kids all fought well and had some amazing battles with opponents they would have really struggled with a year ago. Liz's new found movement is paying dividends. Neil's light con fight was the best I've seen from him so far. And Rory's attempted jump kick to save the fight would have been technique of teh year had he not fallen over afterward. :)We have several club members in the running for the grand championship places this year. So lets train hard and put every effort into the last Superleague in November.
    October 16, 2017
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  • Flanders Open 2017
    Flanders Open 2017
    Back from a long and successful weekend at the Flanders open in Antwerp Belgium. BKO took a team of 9 to this tournament which has the best of Europe competing and no beginner or intermediate categories. Saturday was the Kids and open weight. First up was Maggie who used her kicking power and follow up combinations to fight through several rounds reaching the evening finals.Charlotte came up next and was looking strong in her section, but some unfortunate decisions lost her the fight this time. Charlotte then came into the u37kg category and blasted her way through with her movement and powerful kicks into the final.Maggie then cam on again in the under 32kg category and once more proved dominant winning all her fights and reaching the final once again. Robbie won his first fight and was unlucky not to reach the semi finals after a close fight when a kick was scored on him in the last seconds. He then moved up a section to the heavier weight and fought bravely pushing the bigger opponent but was unlucky not to proceed this time. Rossi used his characteristic movement to avoid a very tough and hard hitting Russian. The fight was close and Rossi attempted a lovely blitz attack in the final seconds but eventually lost by a point. George was up next in the Open weight against a large Italian. He was moving well and hit with his front hand against his opponents side kick, but the refs were scoring the kick and at the final bell George lost. One of those fights where it is hard to see what happened. The finals took place at the evening show with lights, demos, presentations etc. Maggie was up first in her 2 round final. Her opponent was clever and strong, but once again Maggie's strong and accurate kicks and her backfist won the day making her our first gold of the tournament.Charlotte came up next and repeated Maggie's success. She was confidant and played a tactical game scoring with a wonderful side kick to the face to open the gap between her and her opponent. Gold for Charlotte.Maggie then re appeared for the heavier final. Maggie pressed the fight all the way, but it was a difficult task against the bigger opponent. She chased her down at the end of the fight, but couldn't make up the points so a Silver for Maggie this time. By the time the presentations were done it was 11.30 and we had been at the venue for over 14 hours! So it was back to the hotel and up early for the adults sections tomorrow. The next day saw the adults sections. Liz was up in the ladies points and had to meet the open weight champion from last night. Liz employed her movement around the mat and was attempting to pick her points. On one clash she unleashed her right cross and the Italian felt it hit her hard. Liz put up a…
    October 16, 2017
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  • Flanders Open 2017
    Flanders Open 2017
    Back from a long and successful weekend at the Flanders open in Antwerp Belgium. BKO took a team of 9 to this tournament which has the best of Europe competing and no beginner or intermediate categories. Saturday was the Kids and open weight. First up was Maggie who used her kicking power and follow up combinations to fight through several rounds reaching the evening finals.Charlotte came up next and was looking strong in her section, but some unfortunate decisions lost her the fight this time. Charlotte then came into the u37kg category and blasted her way through with her movement and powerful kicks into the final.Maggie then cam on again in the under 32kg category and once more proved dominant winning all her fights and reaching the final once again. Robbie won his first fight and was unlucky not to reach the semi finals after a close fight when a kick was scored on him in the last seconds. He then moved up a section to the heavier weight and fought bravely pushing the bigger opponent but was unlucky not to proceed this time. Rossi used his characteristic movement to avoid a very tough and hard hitting Russian. The fight was close and Rossi attempted a lovely blitz attack in the final seconds but eventually lost by a point. George was up next in the Open weight against a large Italian. He was moving well and hit with his front hand against his opponents side kick, but the refs were scoring the kick and at the final bell George lost. One of those fights where it is hard to see what happened. The finals took place at the evening show with lights, demos, presentations etc. Maggie was up first in her 2 round final. Her opponent was clever and strong, but once again Maggie's strong and accurate kicks and her backfist won the day making her our first gold of the tournament.Charlotte came up next and repeated Maggie's success. She was confidant and played a tactical game scoring with a wonderful side kick to the face to open the gap between her and her opponent. Gold for Charlotte.Maggie then re appeared for the heavier final. Maggie pressed the fight all the way, but it was a difficult task against the bigger opponent. She chased her down at the end of the fight, but couldn't make up the points so a Silver for Maggie this time. By the time the presentations were done it was 11.30 and we had been at the venue for over 14 hours! So it was back to the hotel and up early for the adults sections tomorrow. The next day saw the adults sections. Liz was up in the ladies points and had to meet the open weight champion from last night. Liz employed her movement around the mat and was attempting to pick her points. On one clash she unleashed her right cross and the Italian felt it hit her hard. Liz put up a…
    October 16, 2017
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  • BKO club tournament
    BKO club tournament
    The BKO kids club tournament took place last Saturday>This is our first try at running a small club comp designed to give experience to kids that have not competed before and some mat time to those who have. It was a round robin tournament under WAKO rules with 5 sections of mixed boys and girls  covering higher and lower grades. There was a great atmosphere and many of the club's younger members turned up to compete. There was no prisoners taken as all tried their best to win a medal. Some great bouts were seen and also great team spirit. Certificates were handed out to 2nd and 3rd places and all participants. The day was such a success that we are planning to run a series of four torunaments of this type throught next year and have a club league ranking system. Eventually we hope to make it an open local tournament for all comers. Winners. 110cm. Josh.-120cm Jasmine.-130cm Katrina.-140cm Robert.-150cm Dan.Higher Grades-130cm Robbie.-140cm Dan.-150cm Joe.+150cm Adam         
    October 12, 2017
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  • Spinathon
    Spinathon
    BKO members  Belinda, Grim and Jenny took part in a sore 7 hour spinathon ride to raise money for the kids team. The ride was  at the local Tesco store and consisted of the team taking it in turns to keep the bike going. Belinda also helped out with other charities and so was constantly cycling throughout the day. The BKO kids turned up to collect money, give out leaflets and key rings and generally be around Thanks to everyones generosit and also Nicolles sponsorship trawl we raised £557 which will go towards paying entry fees for the kids team and any child that wishes to compete on the national circuit.   Well done all. A brillant effort.   Ron
    October 12, 2017
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