The students of Mahabodhi School have excelled at the National-level Karate Championship organised by Gojuru Karate-Do Academy, affiliated to Akhila Karnataka Sports Karate Association and recognised by Nehru Yuva Kendra, Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs, Government of India, at Maharaja Indoor Hall, University of Mysore, recently. All the students are trained under Sensei M.P. Akarsh Urs. The prize-winning karatekas — standing from left: G. Rohit (1st in Kata U-9 years and 2nd in Kumite below 35 kg category), Rohit Kumar (1st in Kata 9-10 years and 1st in Kumite 25-30 kg category), Srujan Gowda (3rd in Kata U-13 years), J. Vismay (2nd in Kata U-9 years), R. Ullas (3rd in Kata U-12 years), K.G. Hamsa (1st in Kata 11-12 years and 2nd in Kumite 35-40 kg), Tanishka Jay (3rd in Kata U-9 years and 2nd in Kumite 25-30 kg) and G. Dhruthi (3rd in Kata U-10 years); Kneeling from left: Lobsang Tenzin (3rd in Kata U-8 years and 1st in Kumite 21-25 kg), S. Priyanka (3rd in Kata U-11 years), C.K. Siri (2nd in Kata U-9 years and 1st in Kumite 25-30 kg), Dhamma Anukur (3rd in Kumite below 20 kg), V. Dharshan (1st in Kata U-10 years and 1st in Kumite 31-35 kg), Jigmet Choshnor (1st in Kata U-12 years and 1st in Kumite 30-35 kg), Pavan Kumar (2nd in Kata 9-10 years and 1st in Kumite 21-25 kg), K.G. Mahantesh (3rd in Kata U-10 years) and Chahath R. Prasad (2nd in Kata U-11 years and 1st in Kumite 35-40 kg) — are seen with (sitting from left) Sensei M.P. Akarsh Urs, Karate Teacher, Mahabodhi School, Jikmet Wangdus Jyothi, CEO, Mahabodhi and P.R. Dwarakeesh, Principal, Mahabodhi School.