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The Jefferson Township Recreation Department's Karate Program will begin its next 5-week session on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017, and continue through Monday, Dec. 18, 2017, ending out the year. The program is open to school age children ages Kindergarten and up as well as adults.

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SKA Penampang bag fifth consecutive title

Kota Kinabalu: Sabah Karate Association Penampang branch clinched their fifth consecutive title at the 20th State-level Inter-Primary School Karate Championship held at the Ranau Sports Complex at the weekend. They took home 10 golds, eight silvers and 17 bronzes to top the medal tally followed by Main Mojo who collected four gold, three silver and three bronze medals followed by SKA Papar in third with three golds, one silver and one bronze.

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Ricky and Fatin the favourites

Kota Kinabalu: Karateka Ricky Leong Tze Wai and archer Fatin Nurfatehah Mat Salleh look set to retain their State Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year 2015-16 title in the award ceremony to be held here at the Grand Ballroom, Pacific Sutera, Sutera Habour tonight . Both had tremendous successes in the international scene during the period.

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UFC Sao Paulo, The Morning After: two respectful martial artists show their age in Brazil

It is a law of nature that in fighting, the young eventually oust the old. Whether that be a young buck thrashing a long-reigning patriarch, an old boxer's chin failing him, or an adolescent lion triumphing over the male that once drove him from his pride; the law holds true no matter how strong or magnificent the old fighter.

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A new life beckons in USA for Portland couple

PORTLAND Aluminium is set to lose its potroom and casthouse manager, legal firm Stringer Clark will lose a receptionist, and Portland's karate community will lose two black belt instructors when Ron and Debbie Jorgensen depart for the United States late next month. Mr Jorgensen will be the new plant manager at the Alcoa-Intalco aluminium smelter at Ferndale in Washington State in north-western USA.

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