Karatekas excel

2018-09-06 06:01
Savir Ghingai (left) and Miguel Gous represented the South Coast at the Shotokan-do International South Africa challenge at DUT. PHOTO: supplied

Savir Ghingai (left) and Miguel Gous represented the South Coast at the Shotokan-do International South Africa challenge at DUT. PHOTO: supplied

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SOUTH Coast karatekas recently participated in a Shotokan-do International South Africa challenge which was held at Durban University of Technology recently. On a competitive level, 500 participants came out to showcase their karate skills.

Representing the South Coast, Savir Ghingai and Miguel Gous were commended for their excellence when in categories that they participated in.

Savir earned a bronze medal in his division (nine-year-olds) for Kumite and Miguel took a gold and silver medal in Kumite (eight-year-olds division).

“Savir and Miguel did exceptionally well in their divisions, they showed team spirit and that hard work definetly pays off. I am very proud of both of both of them,” said Shihan Frank Moodley.

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