KSA Children’s National Championships

Back to All News & Events This year’s KSA Children’s National Championships was held in Durban. Two of our junior dojo members (Megan and Atiisang) represented Gauteng at this event. Children competing at this elite level are of an incredibly high standard and competition was strong. Atiisang Molefi performed like the champion he is and […]

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GKF Senior Championships

Back to All News & Events A great day for our dojo at the GKF Senior Championships today! Pierre de Klerk : 3rd Male Veteran Kata Carien Hartzenberg : 3rd Female Veteran Kata Michael Neumann : 3rd Male U21 Kata Michael Neumann : 3rd Male U21 Kumite Our team showed great sportsmanship and camaraderie today […]

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WSKF World Karate Championships held in Tokyo, Japan.

Our dojo brought home three medals from the WSKF World Karate Championships held in Tokyo, Japan, this past weekend! Wenette Jordaan triumphed once again and is the new WSKF U21 Kata World Champion! She also placed second in U21 kumite and 3rd in team kumite. Mark Coetzer competed in a large Senior Male Open Kata […]

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Takis Dojo Cup

Our dojo sent a small team of seven junior competitors to the Takis Dojo Cup this past weekend and returned with nine medals! Well done to all those who competed – we are proud of each and every one! Megan Weideman : 1st Place Kata Ruan Enslin : 1st Place Kata Ruan Enslin : 2nd […]

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KSA SA Open and Elite Championships

A very successful day for our dojo at the KSA SA Open and Elite Championships in Durban today! Wenette Jordaan : 1st Senior Open Kata Wenette Jordaan : 1st Senior Open Kumite Wenette Jordaan : 3rd U21 Elite Kata Carien Hartzenberg : 2nd Veterans Open Kata Mark Coetzer : 3rd Senior Open Kumite Mark Coetzer […]

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KSA Senior National Championships!

Very proud of our senior students that took part in last weekend’s KSA Senior National Championships! A special congratulations to Wenette Jordaan who achieved double bronze! Our team did incredibly well, those that did not make the podium missed it narrowly by placing 4th!

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