We have set-up a dedicated website for SHOTOCAMP. Features include :
- Technical Camp Details
- ShotoCup Tournament Details
- Online Registration
All updates will be posted on this website and on ShotoCamp’s FB event page.
On the 15th of April 2012, the SKA sent a team of 4 participants to carry KWF Johor’s banner at the Selangor Open Karate Championship in Shah Alam, Selangor.
Our team comprised of :
- Azlimmi Himzal (Kata Open / Kata >75kg)
- Batrisyia Iman Himzal (Kata Cadet / Kumite Cadet)
- Faiz Asraf Saparudin (Kumite >75kg)
- Mohd. Adam Iraman Kang (Kumite >75kg)
We congratulate Batrisyia for winning the Bronze Medal in both Cadet (14-15 Years) Kata & Kumite.
Video links that cover the SKIF Shodan Syllabus. I hope it helps you prepare for your grading. (A.H.)
Group Photo With Kancho & Daizo Sensei from Kacho’s Seminar in Johor 2010.
Kanazawa Kancho will be in Malaysia from the 17th to the 29th of November 2011. For our members who remember his visit to our Dojo in Johor last year, will not want to miss this opportunity. Please contact your instructor if your want to be part of our delegation to the seminar. This year his main seminar will be in Teluk Intan, Perak from the 26th to the 28th of November.
We would like to encourage all members, especially 4th Kyu & above to participate. All members will also have the opportunity to be graded by Kancho (Please check with your instructor for your eligibility to grade). We are hoping to put together a delegation of 30-40 members. Details on accommodations and costing will be posted when ASAP.
The dates of Kancho’s Tour as of to date are :
17th Nov : Kancho & Murakami Sensei arrives in Kuala Lumpur
19th-21st Nov : Kancho’s Seminar in Brunei
22nd-23rd Nov : Kancho’s Seminar in Sabah (Kota Kinabalu)
24th Nov : Police Training Centre PULAPOL (Kuala Lumpur)
25th Nov : Instructor training at Irene Sensei’s personal dojo (Rawang)
26th-28th Nov : Kancho’s Open Seminar & Grading in Teluk Intan, Perak
29th Nov : Kancho and Murakami Sensei depart for Japan.
The SKA has published the first of what we plan many posters dedicated to the Seiken Tigers Champions. The criteria to be listed as Seiken Tigers Champion not only includes their competitive achievements but also their ability to inspire fellow Tigers.
The first in the series is dedicated to AAMAL ASMADI who recently won the Gold in the Milo-Malaysia Schools Karate Championship in July 2011 in Kuala Lumpur. But even before that she has won the hearts of her dojomates and has inspired even older karate-ka to emulate her training spirit.
Aamal has recently passed her Go-kyu (5th Kyu – Blue Belt) at the grading session held at the Singapore Shotokan Karatenomichi Association on the 23rd of July 2011.
Kudos to Aamal. Gambatte Kudasai!!!