Indonesia’s karate athletes expected to exceed target in SEA Games

The Karate Association of Indonesia has forecast its athletes will exceed the target it has made in the 29th SEA Games this month in Malaysia, a senior official of the association said here on Friday. The association has set a two-gold medal target for the Indonesian karate athletes vying in the regional sport event, retired major general Lumban Sianipar, secretary of the association said.

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Indonesia’s karate athletes expected to exceed target in SEA Games

The Karate Association of Indonesia has forecast its athletes will exceed the target it has made in the 29th SEA Games this month in Malaysia, a senior official of the association said here on Friday. The association has set a two-gold medal target for the Indonesian karate athletes vying in the regional sport event, retired major general Lumban Sianipar, secretary of the association said.

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Karate kids set for tour

“A team of four will represent Fiji at the event, and they are coaches Sensei Tony Hails, Sensei Pita Lenoa, and athletes are Pita Ratuloco and Senia Mua,” she said. The 2017 National Karate Championship was won by Goju Ryu from Lautoka who successfuly defended their title at Yat Sen Hall in Suva over the weekend.

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Karate kids set for tour

“A team of four will represent Fiji at the event, and they are coaches Sensei Tony Hails, Sensei Pita Lenoa, and athletes are Pita Ratuloco and Senia Mua,” she said. The 2017 National Karate Championship was won by Goju Ryu from Lautoka who successfuly defended their title at Yat Sen Hall in Suva over the weekend.

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