Champ heads to Port Shepstone

2018-04-19 06:00
Two-time world champion Master Manabu Murukami is coming to Port Shepstone next Sunday. PHOTO: supplied

Two-time world champion Master Manabu Murukami is coming to Port Shepstone next Sunday. PHOTO: supplied

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WORLD renowned Japanese karate grandmaster, Master Manabu Murukami will be conducting a personalised training session for all karatekas on the Lower South Coast at Port Shepstone Secondary School on Sunday, April 22.

The two-time world champion and 8th Dan’s visit was organised by CEO of the Port Shepstone Shotokan Karate club Sensei Frank Moodley, in affiliation with the Shotokan Karate-Do International South Africa (SKISA).

Sessions will commence from 3 pm to 5 pm on the day.

All karatekas are welcome to join. For more information contact Sensei Frank Moodley on 039 684 3120 or 072 553 3362.

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