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  INTERNATIONAL LONDON KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP

SUNDAY 5th JUNE 2011


KATA. KUMITE. TEAM KATA. TEAM KUMITE
JUNIORS, CADETS,& SENIORS ALL GRADES

Boys, Girls, Male, Female Individuals &Teams.



LONDON SOCCER DOME

Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0DX

 

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HI ALL

WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL

COACHES, REFEREES OFFICIALS  & ATHLETES

FOR PARTICIPATING IN THE  

INTERNATIONAL

LONDON  KARATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 

 

             LONDON SOCCER DOME O2

     

      Champions Cup 1st Place Winners 

                         

                           OPEN INDIVDUAL KATA CHAMPION 

                     LAUREN ADAMS - ENGLAND GRAYS-GOJU

                             WINNING ?100 + TROPHIE & MEDAL

 

                   OPEN INDIVDUAL MALE KUMITE CHAMPION

                               ADRIAN HARIBEAS - ALBANIA

                           WINNING ?100 + TROPHIE & MEDAL

 

                OPEN INDIVDUAL FEMALE KUMITE  CHAMPION 

                    HANNAH BAKER - ENGLAND BRAINTREE K.C

                           WINNING ?100 + TROPHIE & MEDAL

 

      WELL DONE TO ALL

 

 

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Dear Instructors
We would like to take this opportunity to extend an invitation to your club to participate in the TKA Greater London International Karate Championship. This event has been running for over 20 years, thanks to the continued support of many groups. Over the years we have tried and tested many categories and feel that we now hove an event, which offers something for everyone.

Some of our top association karate-ka will be attending the event and we hope you will join them. The aim of the competition is to promote friendship and respect for one another and to give karate a higher profile in the sporting arena. There are 5 competition over the year each will take one day, with 400 to 700 competitors men, women, boys and girls .Kata, kumite, team kata and team kumite.

You will most certainly find this competition to be a wonderful experience for spectators and competitors alike. Further suggestions regarding ways of improving the event, would be most welcomed. Instructors should note that we are not providing Red and Blue mitts or belts this year. Please ensure that competitors have their own mitts and belts on the day. It would be appreciated if groups taking part could provide at least one Referee/ judge or table official to help with the event. However if you have any queries, then please do not hesitate to contact me. On behalf of the organising committee we look forward to seeing you at this event.