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38 athletes from La Salle Karate Club and Zebbug Karate Club representing the Malta Karate Federation aged between 6 and 17 years participated in the Cojinkai Karate Open Championships which were held on the 10th March 2019 in Penrith UK. Over 400 athletes from England, Malta, Scotland and Wales participated in both Kata (forms) […]READ MORE
WKF and EKF President Antonio Espinós was welcomed in Malta by the president of the National Olympic Committee Julian Pace Bonello. The inclusion of Karate in the programme of the Games of the Small States of Europe to be held in Malta in 2023 was on top of the agenda of the meeting.As a result […]READ MORE
6 Malta Karate Federation promising athletes aged between 14 and 16 took part in European Championships held between the 8th and 10th of February in Aalborg, Denmark, competing in both Kata (forms) and Kumite (sparring). More than 1000 athletes from 51 nations competed in these high level championships. National Coaches Michelle Vella and Josef Antonelli […]READ MORE
Over 200 athletes aged between 6 and 15 years took part in this year’s Karate National Championships which were held at National Sports School, Pembroke on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd December. Athletes competed in both kata (forms) and kumite (sparring). “2018 was a challenging and rewarding year for Malta Karate Federation whereby our focus […]READ MORE