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Donegal Event

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  • Lowestoft for the Kenshin Open

  • Portugal International WKF Event + Irish

  • British International Karate Open 2016

  • Donegal Event

About Karate Sport England
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Welcome to KarateSport England , the natural home for sport karateka..

If you're interested in winning you've come to the right place.

To make an Association membership application to KarateSport England click HERE

Who are we ?

KarateSport England was founded in 2007 by the following founder member groups

            Representative
  Association
            Representative
  Association
Vic Charles MBE
Nariman Jeddi
Hanko-Ryu
B S K A
Abdu Shaher
Terry Pottage/Ian Swain
Roy Stanhope/Ossie Rowe
Doug James
Molly Samuels-Leporte
Enzo Quirino/Clair Bonello
Dale Gamble
Willie Thomas /Mark Duncan
JonAnderson/GlenMiddleton
Dave Philips
Ian Cuthbert/Steve Rowe
Anthony Barret
Mark Nevola/Simon Kid
Barry Tatlow
Dennis Casey
Richard Bolton/Alex Carter
Chris Mundle/Paul Simmons
B K O
K Y K
U K A S K O
Chojinkai
Gendai
E K K
B I K O
K C K A
K C K A
S A S K A
Shikon
Shikon
Kazen
P K O
S S K U
U E K F
K.K.A.
Toyakwai
B K A
Vince Parker
Tyrone Whyte
Fred Rose
Andy Saunders/Mike Harris
Paul Campbell
Stan Knighton/Mo Ilyas
Alan Flook/Wendy White
Gary Doughty
Terry Robins/Barry Lovett
Dean Ince
Jass Riat
Steve Coupland
Tom Beardsley
Terry Daley
Dave Sharkey
Tony Childs/Mark Adams
John & Ged Tumman
U K O
B K U
B U K A
Higashi
U S A
S K U
W K U
W K U
K M A C
R S K
K A M A
Kofukan
S K S E
Uechi Ryu
E K O
Yamaguchi
Shindo Kai
S K D

Many founder members have remained in membership of KSE while additional Members who have joined or re-joined over the last twelve months include:

Red star karate - Brad Moore
Shukokai/Shitoryu Karate Alliance - Ken Gee/Paul Graham
Oxford schools of traditional martial arts - Paul wood
Roy Richards karate -Roy Richards
Kyoji Kai karate - John Anderson/Glen Middleton
Seishan karate - Dave Phillips
Seishan-Do Shukokai Karate - Steve Nelson
Shitoryu karate - Claire Bonello

KarateSport England is a founder member of Karate England and through this
governing body are members of the World Union of Karate Federations (WUKF) .

KarateSport England currently has a small board of directors that ensure things are run smoothly and for the benefit of all the member association/groups these are:-

Hon. President of KarateSport England is Mr Victor Charles. MBE

Hon Vice-president. Ms Molly Samual -Leporte

Hon. Secretary. Mr Ian Cuthbert

Head of National Squads and Coaching Mr Abdu Shaher

(All KSE board members sit on the Karate England executive board.)

Objectives of KarateSport England

The objectives of the KarateSport England is to foster and promote all competitive forms of the Sport of Karate at all levels, providing opportunities for competition.

To provide a secure and fair environment for all sport minded karateka.

To have an open door policy for those wishing to get involved

To run open squad sessions with up to date sport specific training methods which encourage athletes to have freedom of expression.

To try and include interested coaches in the international process.

To try to be approachable at all times.

To have a selection process based on performance at tournaments and squad training .

To have a ranking system for all cadet and senior athletes.

To have the most successful karate competition squad in England

To have a veterans squad competing at European and world championships

To provide athletes with the opportunity of competing at both Sanbon / ippon team and team rotation (tag team) at all levels.

To provide the opportunity for kata exponents to compete in single style as well as multi-style events up to and including European and world events.

To support associations and clubs to establish and develop capacity whilst maintaining their autonomy

To develop and represent Sport/ competitive karate in all its forms resulting in improved participation and engagement

 


To make an Association membership application to KarateSport England click HERE