Japan Karate Association Director in the country for one-week clinic


Japan Karate Association Regional Director of Sub- Saharan Africa Edward Mtshal is in the country for a one-week training clinic that will be held in different counties.

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The clinic kicked off Saturday in Nairobi and is set to culminate tomorrow before heading to Mombasa County.

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In a bid to promote and nurture talent within the country, The Kenya Japan Karate association has embarked on a training clinic that targets players from the ages of five to 14.

The clinic which kicked off in Nairobi was led by Regional Director of Sub- Saharan Africa Edward Mtshal alongside Kenyan instructor Joshua Otieno. The training will also serve as preparations for next year’s Olympic games that will be held in Tokyo Japan.

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Meanwhile, the second edition of the Karate Young warriors and novices was held at Moi Educational center in Nairobi bringing together close to 100 participants.

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The championship is geared towards preparing young players for 2021 junior world championship. Winners in various categories received medals and trophies.

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