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Sabah karate coaches learn new disciplines

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VALUABLE LESSON … Sabah coaches together with the two instructors from Japan (standing centre). Sabah coaches (from left) Ricky, Robert, Danny, Julian, Wong and Lejinah.

15th November, 2017

By FRANCIS XAVIER

KOTA KINABALU: Six Sabah karate coaches attended a Karate Seminar with Nippon Budokan and Budo Federation that was held at Gym 3, National Sports Complex in Bukit Jalil over the weekend.

Sabah Karate Association (SKA) Secretary General Julian Chin led the state coaches to the one-day seminar conducted by instructors from Japan.

The rest that made the trip are state coaches Danny Fredoline and Ricky Leong as well as Robert Lo, Lejinah Yantoni and Wong Yee Lok.

Julian said they have gained valuable lessons from the seminar.

“It was a good seminar despite being short, but we still learnt a few new styles of karate such as Shotokan, Shitoryu and Gojuryu,” said Julian.

During the seminar, a Japanese Budo Demonstration was also held. He added that SKA will continue to send its coaches to more coaching seminars or courses when there is an opportunity.

   
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