"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
170 athletes aged between 6 and 16 years competed in this year’s National Karate Championships held on Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th November at National Sports School, Pembroke. During 2019, we focused on various technical aspects with the aim of improving the overall level of Karate in Malta, reaping the benefits in the various international […]READ MORE
18 elite athletes aged between 8 and 25 years from Malta Karate Federation took part in the Polish Karate Open International Grand Prix 2019 which was held in Bielsko Biala, Poland between the 11th and 13th October 2019. Athletes were accompanied by National Coaches Joseph Mizzi, Josef Antonelli, Tyler Tanti and Michelle Vella. MKF athletes […]READ MORE
22 athletes from Malta Karate Federation aged between 12 and 25 took part in the 6th edition of The Small States of Europe Karate Championships which were held in Reykjavik, Iceland, between 13th September and 15th September 2019. Athletes competed in both Kata (forms) and Kumite (sparring) winning a total of 9 Gold, 4 Silver […]READ MORE
Three prominent athletes for Malta Karate Federation, Ema Farrugia, Kai Leyshon and Sonique Gatt took part in COJI 2019 championships which were held in Corsica, France between the 21st and 26th of May 2019. The athletes competed in kumite (sparring) where the results achieved were remarkable. Kai Leyshon landed gold in category Cadets +70Kg and […]READ MORE