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Haiti - Sports : 20 Haitian karatekas will represent the country at the World Karate Cup
12/06/2012 12:08:21

Haiti - Sports : 20 Haitian karatekas will represent the country at the World Karate Cup
A delegation composed of sixty Haitians, including 20 karatekas black belt, will represent Haiti in the World Karate Cup to be held from August 16 to 20, 2013 in Panama City.

Under the direction of Shian (grandmaster), Lionel Abellard, karatekas are preparing in the spirit of competition [Shotokan style], both physically and psychologically and are perfected in combat techniques and katas (movements ).

Prior to this important competition, our athletes will take part in several tournaments in Florida.

Karatekas Haitian team :
Alejandro Lafontant
Alfayed Romain
Anais Milfort
Bernard K. Alec
Brice Christopher Bien-Aimé
Christopher Jean-Baptiste
David Bien-Aimé
Fabrice Lapin
Frédérique Keyruld
Gabriel Mevs
Kevin Georges Fishohl
Kimara Bernard
Marc M. Altéma
Olivier Izméry
Patrice Milfort
Patrick Jean-Baptiste
Ryan O. Delva
Sidney Pierre-Louis
Youri Romain
Youri Sebastien Larose

Learn more about the Shotokan style:
Shomen Gichin Funakoshi is considered as the Father of modern karate. It is the importer of karate-dô in Japan and founder of the Shōtōkan style, he made evolve the initial form of Okinawan karate. Originally Funakoshi practiced the two schools that dominated (shorei-ryū and shorin-ryū) before developing a new form of karaté-dō, a simpler model, combining the ideals of shorei-ryū and of shorin-ryū.

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