Medal-winning Karatekas
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Medal-winning Karatekas

Karatekas of PKD (Prajwal Karate Dojo) took part in the State-level Karate Championship recently organised by Shihan Sivdas National Style Chief of IMSKA (International Mabuni Ha Shito Ryu Karate Association, India) and have bagged various medals. Seen are (front row from left) Harmain (silver in Kata and gold in Kumite), Isa (gold in Kata and silver in Kumite), Kashvi (gold in Kata), Kanishka (silver in Kata), Karthikeyan (gold in Kata), Zaina, Arush, Zayan, Athishay, Aanvi (all silver in Kata), Rasesh (bronze in Kata); (middle row from left): Gaurav Nayak (silver in Kata and Kumite), Aaban, Eshaan (gold in Kata and Kumite), Abhay (gold in Kata), Yashas (silver in Kumite), Shravan (silver in kata and gold in Kumite), Shraman (gold in Kata and Kumite), Vineet (gold in Kumite); (standing from left) Ava (gold in Kata and Kumite), Rohit (silver in Kumite), Sathvik (silver in Kata and Kumite), Sana (gold in Kata and Kumite), Tannvi (silver in Kata), Sensei Prajwal, Ayush (gold in Kata), Ishita (gold in Kata and bronze in Kumite), Amit (bronze in Kata and Kumite), Jay (bronze in Kata and gold in Kumite). [Nidhi, silver in Kumite; Rayyan, bronze in Kata – not in picture].

February 8, 2019

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