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English Martial Arts Lessons in Tokyo

Learning the Arts of Combat Whether you are a total beginner or a high ranking expert, there is something extremely special about learning a martial art in the nation of inception. As well as providing you with the skills necessary to progress in the sport, it also gives an invaluable[…]

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Khorava confident in defending judo gold

Ukrainian Paralympic champion Davyd Khorava has shown his confidence ahead of November’s International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) European Judo Championships, despite not experiencing the top step of the podium since winning gold at London 2012. The men’s under 66kg judoka could only manage fifth-place at the 2014 IBSA Judo World[…]

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Iran receives ten medals in Asian Karate Championships

Iranian male and female karate practitioners have collected ten medals, including two gold ones, at the 2015 Asian Karate Championships in Japan. On Saturday, Iran’s 25-year-old karateka Hamideh Abbasali overwhelmed her competitors in the march to the final bout of the women’s over 68-kilogram kumite division in Japan’s second largest[…]

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Aikido master to visit Kuala Lumpur

AIKIDO legend Takeno Takafumi will be in Malaysia for the Aikido Yamanashi Yoshinkan International Demonstration in Kuala Lumpur on July 26. Takeno, a ninth dan black belt and chairman of the All Japan Yoshinkan Aikido Federation and headmaster of Aikido Yamanashi Yoshinkan in Kofu, Japan, has invited six other aikido[…]

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Trophies by the dozen for Chelmsford Shotokan Karate Club

Chelmsford Shotokan Karate Club won 12 trophies at the Karate Union of Great Britain (KUGB) Southern England Championship held in Reading. They won a record 11 golds, seven silvers and 14 bronze medals and the most outstanding competitor trophy. Chelmsford’s squad consisted of 16 adults and 28 juniors and the[…]

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Malvernite receives black belt from judo legend

This past Sunday, after 11 years of judo training at the West Hempstead PAL dojo classroom on Hempstead Avenue, 15-year old Gianna Casini Lendino put her impressive martial arts skills to the test and was bestowed her black belt — the highest belt attainable in judo. What she didn’t expect,[…]

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Throwing it out there: aikido is all about discipline

Ordinarily, it’s strange for someone to laugh when they’re in pain – not, however, in aikido. Zanshinkan, the UAE’s first aikido dojo (school) celebrated its 20th anniversary last month with an international seminar. Over three days, more than 70 students from the UAE and Kuwait refined their techniques, in the[…]

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