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karateka

(kəˈrɑːtɪˌkæ)
n
(Judo & Karate) a competitor or expert in karate
[Japanese; see karate]
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The anniversary took the form of an international tournament where almost 250 karateka, ranging in age from 6 to 59, participated.
FILIPINO karateka Erica Samonte struck gold in the International Shotokan Karate Federation Master Camp Championship in Pennsylvania recently.
In another sport, Kuwaiti female karateka Manayer Salmeen won a silver and
The UAE karateka secured a thumping 8-0 win against Jordan's Fatima Al Shwabkeh before powering her way to a convincing 4-1 victory against Jacinta Orbon of the US.
First recognized for groundbreaking cinematic techniques in games like Karateka, The Last Express and, of course, Prince of Persia, Mechner is now widely heralded as one of the world's premier computer game designers.
In the seniors category, Al-Othman noted that Karateka Fatima Khaled won
Completing the lineup are canoe-kayak's Hermie Macaranas and OJ Fuentes, swimmers James Dieparine and Nicole Oliva, pole vaulter EJ Obiena, karateka OJ Delos Santos, surfers Philmar Alipayo and Edito Alcala, weightlifter Kristel Macrohon and windsurfer Yancy Kaibigan.
This village is known for producing karateka (practitioners of the martial art of Karate) and judoka (practitioners of Judo) at an extraordinary rate.
Dennis Apostol-also discovered that the athletes' allowances approved at $1,800 for each karateka for 20 days weren't properly disbursed.
2004 -- Kuwaiti karateka Ahmad Monir wins gold in the 3rd Asian Karate Championship in China's Taipei.
An Emirati karateka discovered his passion for fitness over a year ago, so when he heard about the Dubai Fitness Challenge (DFC) this month, it was not something he was going to shy away from.
However, significant difference in CK-MM genotyping between elite and amateur karatekas reflects a relation between the CK-MM gene A/G genotype and elite karateka performance.