MEMBERS of the Phoenix Karate club have just returned from the Japanese Shotokan Karate Association national competition in Glasgow with four National champions. Pupils, Jamie Leigh Beadle, Thomas Tonnison, both nine and Kathleen Pulham,13 all achieved first place for Kata.
Drunk male students dressed in their underpants try to break into a female-only halls of residence run by nuns This is the extraordinary moment a group of drunken male university students dressed just in their underpants try to break into a female-only halls of residence run by nuns. The men attempted to break down the door with karate kicks before throwing a wheelie bin at the entrance in their desperate bid to enter.
Karate-do Goju-kai has ancient roots in Japan and China but this weekend competitors from more than 20 countries will be in Richmond, B.C. The Karate-do Goju-kai Global Championships take place every four years. This is the seventh time the martial arts event has been held and the first time the tournament is in North America.
Dominant display: Candelo dojo medal winners Isabel Gill, Tamarah Boffa, Mikayla Boffa Alicia Gauld and Kokoro Kai Shihans Peter Jackson and Robert Graham. Five members of the Candelo Kokoro Kai Goju karate dojo have swept the pool of medals at the Victorian Regional Championship round in Maryborough.
Groton – If current levels of discourse are used as evidence, the concepts of respect and self-control appear to be swirling the bowl. And so if the conduct of adults falls on the low side of the learning curve in such categories, what do you suppose their children are being taught? There is a man among us rather versed in the subjects of respect, self-control and discipline.
The Philippines garnered a total 36 medals, including 12 golds, to claim the overall championship in the 37th Karate-do Gojukai Singapore International Championships recently at the Singapore Badminton Hall. Adam Bondoc, Krisanta Renzel Asistido and Matthea Lazo claimed two gold medals each as the Filipino young karatekas from the Association for the Advancement of Karatedo Philippines showed class and domination in the tournament participated in by 150 athletes from 13 karate Schools/Club from seven countries.