World Karate Championships 2018
"Strength should not be admired for what it is but for how it is used."
"To learn with respect is to live with respect."
"Spirit first. Technique second." - Gichin Funakoshi
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
25 athletes, aged between 7 and 13 years, took part in Liege Open Karate Championships held in Belgium on the 17th and 18th of November 2018. Athletes from La Salle Karate Club, Mgarr Karate Club and Zebbug Karate Club, directly affiliated with the Malta Karate Federation, participated in kata, kumite and para karate categories, landing […]READ MORE
Thyis Antonelli, a promising young athlete from the Zebbug Karate Club, a club directly affiliated with the Malta Karate Federation, participated in the Polish Karate Open 2018 which was held in Poland on 7th October 2018 with over 2000 worldwide athletes. Thyis, who was accompanied by Malta Karate Federation National Kumite Coach, Josef Antonelli, took […]READ MORE
The IOC has officially endorsed the Athletes’ Declaration during the second day of the Session in Buenos Aires on 9 October. This ground-breaking document was formed following an extensive process that gathered the views and opinions of more than 4,200 elite athletes from 190 countries. All athletes and sport administrators should read this declaration as […]READ MORE