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posted by Dukenukem on 19.12.15 00:00 | under International Events
Master Mabuni Kenei, Soke of Shitokai Karatedo 1918 - 2015 - Saturday 19th December 2015
posted by Dukenukem on 15.09.14 00:00 | under International Events
2014 Oceania Championships, FIJI
Karatedo Shitokai New Zealand had one of its up and coming youngsters, Yvette Hendrikse in the New Zealand team to the 2105 Oceania Karate Champs in Fiji recently. Yvette represented New Zealand in 12/13 girls Kata and won Bronze. It was a very pleasing result for Yvette, as this was her first year of serious competition.
Yvette continues Karatedo Shitokai’s proud record of Oceania Champions and medallists in both Kata and Kumite, since ...
posted by Dukenukem on 15.09.13 00:00 | under International Events
2013 World Shitoryu Karate Federation Championships - Tokyo - Japan 15th-16th September
Karatedo Shitokai New Zealand, and our sister club Association Shitoryu Karatedo New Caledonia both sent teams to these championships. Both organisations combined as a group, staying in the same hotel, on the same floor, and attending the tournament together, and, as we were alphabetically one after the other, marching on together. Both organisations have a great relationship with each other, and the mutual friendship ...
posted by Dukenukem on 13.10.11 00:00 | under International Events
2011 Junior World Championships, Melaka, Malaysia
Nicky Roberts competed for New Zealand in the World Under 21 Karate Championships in Melaka, Malaysia and had an excellent record. She reached the quarter finals in the Women's Kata event, becoming the first NZ woman to ever reach a kata quarter final at a World Championship.
However, her success was tinged with regret as it could have been so much better. She progressed through ...
posted by Dukenukem on 29.07.11 00:00 | under International Events
2011 Commonwealth Karate Championships, Sydney, 29-31 JULY
The NZ team, the biggest ever to attend an International tournament, enjoyed great success in Sydney over the weekend of 29-31st July. These Commonwealth Karate Championships were by far the best attended championships ever, and the NZ team performed superbly, leading the gold medal and the overall medal tally.
This is the first time in Commonwealth history that the host country has not led ...
posted by Dukenukem on 16.09.10 00:00 | under International Events
2010 Oceania, Tahiti, 16-19th September 2010
This year, Oceania was held in Tahiti and Shitokai New Zealand had three students selected for the New Zealand Team. They were Matt Burns for Junior male Kumite, Zara Wech for Cadet female Kumite and Nicky Roberts for -21 and Senior women Kata. Like all Oceania competitions, it was a very big tournament with Australia entering 46 & NZ entering 42 players. NZ was totally dominant, securing 31 Gold to 15 for Australia, including outscoring Australia in Silver medals. Australia, however took more Bronze medals which meant most finals were all New Zealand. New Zealand ...
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