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Karatecas By The Podium In The Open Of Luxembourg

The national teams held a rally in France Differdange, Luxembourg, April 24, 2015 .- Members of the national team of karate traveled today from France to the city of Differdange, Luxembourg, where they play the 25th and 26th of April the Open of that country. In the feminine branch will see action Guadalupe Quintal and…




Waldo RamÍRez Occupies 7Th Place In The Open Of Paris

Paris France. As of January 24, 2015 . Crédit Photo: Denis Boulanger – FFKDA. (IKKOSPORTS) – Waldo Ramirez took the seventh place in the kata specialty among 123 competitors in the Karate Do Open in Paris, starting this season with a good step towards the 2015 international events in a contest that takes place in…



Karate Mexicano Thinks In Colombia, Dominican And Venezuela For JCC

Mexico, 6 Nov (Notimex). – The biggest rivals of Mexican karate for the Central American and Caribbean Games Veracruz 2014 are the teams from Colombia, the Dominican Republic and Venezuela, nations that have raised their sporting level in the last four years. However, Daniel Vargas Flores, who will compete in the minor category at 67…



Mexicana Xatzi Yunue Trujillo Advances At End Of Karate In JCC

Coatzacoalcos, Ver., Nov. 27 (Xinhua) – Mexican athlete Xatzi Yunue Trujillo will seek the gold medal from the Dominican Maria Valerieva Diimitrova in the individual Kata category of the Central American and Caribbean Games Veracruz 2014. The karate will fight for the metal this afternoon at the Convention Center of the city of Coatzacoalcos, after…



The Need To Coordinate The Body And Mind For Karate Athletes

Both yoga and karate have Asian roots and helps in deriving respect, knowledge and discipline. People practising yoga find it easy to get accustomed to martial arts, and vice versa, because of the focus on both strength and techniques. The two art forms concentrate on the postures, movements of the hip and breathing. For the…



Mexico Suma Dos Bronce Medals In Jar Karate

COATZACOALCOS, VER., Nov. 27 – Mexican karate riders Arturo Enrique Estrada and Rubí Martínez had to settle for bronze in their respective categories when they fell in the semifinals of the Central American and Caribbean Games Veracruz 2014. Estrada fell 4-2 In the semi-finals of the men’s 60 kg category against the Dominican Norberto Jeancarlos…



Karate Female Team Wins Gold In The Kata Modality

Coatzacoalcos, Ver., Nov. 27 – On the first day of karate activities at the Central American and Caribbean Games Veracruz 2014, Mexico won its first gold medal through its women’s team, in the Kata specialty. The judges awarded the five points in dispute for the national team formed by Xatzi Trujillo, Yaretzi Cuéllar and Rubí…



Unwind Your Body And Mind With Karate

The emergence of martial arts dates back to 3000 years ago. It is essential an art form of the East and spread across India, China, Sri Lanka and Korea. The West calls it the ‘power within’ the individual. In the west, the martial arts like Karate, Tae-Kwon-Do, Judo, Kung Fu, etc. are seen mostly as…