Shotokan


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Shotokan

(ˈʃəʊtəʊˌkɑːn)
n
(Judo & Karate) a popular system of karate based on the principles of Bushido and Zen
[C20: Japanese Shōtōkan, house of Shōtō (pseudonym of Gichin Funakoshi (1868–1957), Japanese poet and martial-arts teacher)]
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Aaron has qualified for the World Shotokan Cup in South Africa despite being only 10.
SUNDERLAND: World karate champion John James Bruce, 20, a Crowtree Leisure centre instructor, returned to work yesterday after taking a gold medal at the World Championships in Zurich as the Junior Shotokan Karate Association World Champion.
Blackbelt Kelly Tallett (above), of Lindale Road, Whoberley, broke down in tears after passing the test at the Shotokan School of Karate, at the Holyhead Road United Reformed Church.
Students can choose from Yoga to Pickleball, Tai Chi to Pilates Barre Fusion, Pound to Circuit Training Boot Camp, Meditation to Belly Dancing, Shotokan Karate to Walk Live, and more.
EVIE Ackroyd has become the latest member of Ashington Shotokan Karate Club to gain her back belt.
Amir Khan Achakzai presented a detailed report of the 2016 calendar and announced national awards for the 13th and 14th Kyokushin and Shotokan.
KIRKBY Shotokan Karate Club have shown they are a force to be reckoned with after their athletes achieved great success in the recent North West Open Championships in Lancashire, and the 34th KUGB Kyu Grade Championships in Prestatyn, North Wales.
CARDIFF Shotokan Karate club has a simple wish this year - to buy more equipment for its members.
ISLAMABAD, August 29, 2011 (Frontier Star): Federal Head Qasim Suleman ShotoKan Karate International Pakistan said special steps are being taken for the promotion of Shotokan Karate in Pakistan.
Shotokan asserted its position as dominant local Karate style when a small band of only 23 fighters managed to bring home 18 medals at the recent Commonwealth Karate Championships held in Johannesburg.
The event was organised by Birmingham and Halesowen Shotokan Karate Clubs.
The club have instructors in shotokan, wado ryu and tae-kwon-do and anyone wanting more information should call Andy on 01642-275083.