Karate Fighting System
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Implementing the same program used to train our country's champions in national Karatedo competitions, we offer a comprehensive study of Japanese self-defense techniques that develop skill and character strengthening.
Visit us inside BURN and SWEAT GYM
3rd Floor ESJ Bldg., Burgos St. (along Lopue's East)
Summer Training Schedule: 9:30am-12nn MWF
Regular Training Schedule (June-March)
Wednesday and Friday: 5:00-6:30PM and Saturday: 2:00-5:00PM
National Champions/ Finalists:
Jun Marvic Natu-el
Choya Louise Gonzaga
Emilio Alimon III
Dante Samonte III
James Inno Guanzon
Seth Jego Balibalos
Crissa Mae Mationg
Jorizza Mai Garcia
John Blisse Del Castillo
Aaron Andrei Lubrico
Jan Gabriel Sobrevega
Jasmine Claire Veniegas
Razhel Gee Mengullo
Carlos Hilado III
J R Torrato
Don Edmund Tan
Cymil Jay Escaran
Gerrine Kay Perez
Sydnnie Coleen Samonte
Louise Andrea Sepico
Andrew Jonathan Sepico
John Lander Corpuz
Fritz Alrich Sampang
Alliah Minn Sampang
Shannon Christy Libre
Shayne Marie Libre
Jeska Mae Gardose
Ferlie Mae Lall
Zcesar Rein Florete
Romeo Claud Gemanel
>>>Check this out (The Visayan Daily Star)
Jack & Jill karatekas top karatedo tourney
JJS Karatekas shine in NOPSSCEA
KFS karatekas dominate tournament in La Carlota
Razhel Gee Mengullo led the the KFS triple gold medalists after reigning in Advance kata (+48 kgs), kumite, and team advance synchronized kata for girls.
An athletic awardee from the University of St. La Salle-Integrated School, Mengullo is a three-time national karatedo winner.
Also bagging three gold medals in the La Carlota tournament were Gerrine Kaye Perez and Jomel Idahan Panes.
A first year medical technology student of Riverside College, Perez ruled the girls' intermediate kata (-48 kgs), kumite, and team synchronized kata, while Panes, a student from Bacolod City National High School, topped the boys' advance kata ( +45 kgs), kumite and team synchronized kata.
Joining Mengullo and Perez in the girls' team advance synchronized kata was Shayne Marie Libre, who also booked the silver medal in the girls' intermediate kata.
With Panes, meanwhile, in the champion team of the boys' intermediate team synchronized kata was Benedict John Briones, who also bagged the silver in the individual boys' -35 kgs., kumite, and kata. Panes and Briones' teammate, Fritz Alrich Sampaing, landed at third place in the -54 kgs. Kumite.
Adding more medals to the haul made by KFS in the La Carlota tournament were Ferlie Juhie Lall, who won the silver in advance kata and shared the bronze with teammates Jasmine Claire Veniegas and Alliah Mae Sampang in intermediate team synchronized kata.
Veniegas also settled for silver in advance kata, while Sampang got the bronze in novice kata.*NAB
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