City Karatekas win prizes: Okinawa Karate Do Shorin Ryu Shorin Kai Association

City Karatekas win prizes: Okinawa Karate Do Shorin Ryu Shorin Kai Association

January 6, 2018

The students of Okinawa Karate Do Shorin Ryu Shorin Kai Association, India, won 35 gold, 10 silver and 13 Bronze medals and bagged Runners Trophy in the 16th Open National Karate Championship-2017 organised by Shin Gi Tai Academy recently at Hassan. Seen in the picture are (from left – standing) Chandan (2 First), Rohan (1 First, 1 Second), N.S. Meghana (2 First), Sempai Prajwal (1 First), Kyoshi S. Sunil Kumar (Chief Instructor, Examiner and Asian Representative), M.S. Shashank (1 Second, 1 Third), Harshitha (2 First), B.V. Aneesh (1 First, 1 Second), Shreyas (2 First); 2nd Line: Manav Ayappa (1 Third), Pruthvik ( 1 First, 1 Second), Nagesh (1 Third), Chiranth (2 First), Pragun (2 Third), Advaith S. Kumar (2 First), Sanika (1 First, 1 Second) Dhanush Babu (2 Third), Dhyan Somanna (1 Third), Nagendra (1 First, 1 Third), Prashush Gowda (1 Second, 1 Third); Sitting: Sumeda Bhoud (1 First, 1 Second), Drupad (1 Second, 1 Third), Bhoomi Sharath (2 First), Samhitha Raam (1 First, 1 Third), Sahana (2 First), Lakshitha (2 First), Rishith (1 First), Bhaskar (1 First, 1 Third),  Diganth (1 Third), Abhinav Kiran (1 First, 1 Second) and Munazza Fathima (2 First).

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