Karate students jet off to Cape Town

2016-08-17 06:00
The ISKF Stanger Karate Clubstudents with their trainer. Photo: supplied

The ISKF Stanger Karate Clubstudents with their trainer. Photo: supplied

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ELEVEN ISKF Stanger Karate Club students head to Cape Town today to participate in the third ISKF Shotocup as part of the national team representing South Africa.
The third ISKF Shotocup will be held at the world class Cape Town International Convention Centre.
A total of 20 countries will be attending the event with karatekas demonstrating high standards in Kata and Kumite.
The 11 students will be among the many karatekas hoping to achieve the prestigious Shotocup gold medals.
“All the students have put in many hours of intense training in preparation for the world stage. I am confident that the many hours of training will be rewarding to all,” said Sensei Johnny Pillay, head instructor of the Stanger club.

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