Getting Ready to Launch

Sensei Posted in Site_News
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Well we are getting there. Of the 50+ requests for reviews we sent out we got about 30 responses!! Thank you to everyone for taking the time to really look over our site design and give us your honest opinions. We have begun implementing some of the suggestions we recieved and hope to have them all in place by the end of this week (7/15/05).
Some of the changes that will be most noticable include the increase in our available real estate. The removal of the side bar menu and addition of a customizations option to the sites top menu. Once all this is complete our work really begins!! With a solid design we will begin customizing the look and feel of ALL the functionality the site will offer. This will insure that the KarateTraining.org ‘branding’ is easily recognizable regardless of what you use the site for. Expect regular updates to this category so you can track our progress.

Small Club Makes the Grade

Sensei Posted in Events & Holidays
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congratulationsAs Reported Mark Whybrow and Adam Rorke walked away from the Australian Kyokushin Karate Association’s (AKKA) full contact, bare-knuckle championships with first runner-up trophies. Both were very happy with their accomplishment. As Adam Rorke’s first bare knuckle competition his performance was impressive. This was Mark Whybrow’s first competition since he won the NSW heavyweight full contact karate championship in 2000. Both are members of the Kamao Martial Arts Dojo.
Students through to finals Kamao Martial Arts hold their classes at Orange East Public School every Tuesday and Thursday from 6.30pm till 8.30pm. for more information contact Randy Tandang at 0414 933 627 or 0414 384 507.

Ready to Fight in England!!

Sensei Posted in Competition, News
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BREAKING NEWS
Mark Kingsland and Stephen Hare were selected to represent Great Britain at the Third World Weight Category Karate Championships in Tokyo, Japan on Sunday. The selection came after a series of selection sessions held in Wales and England earlier this year. Both men hold a rank of 2nd Dan, training and instructing at Bishop’s Stortford’s Kyokushin Karate Do. These men have fought in numerous competitions throughout Europe and the Middle East. This will be their first competition in Japan. KT wishes these guys all out best at the Third World Weight Category Karate Championships!