GKC holds belt award­ing cer­e­mony

Pakistan Observer - - SPORTS -

ISLAMABAD—Giga Karate Club Belt Award­ing Cer­e­mony was held on Sun­day at DHA Phase 2.

Si­han Muham­mad In­tikhab (Black belt, 5th Dan) the dojo in­struc­tor, awarded the stu­dents with the belts, says a press re­lease is­sued here.

Si­han has rep­re­sented Pak­istan on a na­tional as well as in­ter­na­tional level a num­ber of times, claim­ing the ti­tle of the cham­pi­onship as well.

It may be men­tioned that Giga Karate Club (GKC) is a reg­is­tered branch of In­ter­na­tional Kyokushin Karate Or­ga­ni­za­tion based in Ja­pan, whose founder was Mas­ter Mas Oyama, one of the great masters in the world and Mas­ter Ina­mul­lah Khan, founder in Pak­istan.

Kyokushin is a full body con­tact fight­ing sys­tem, played on knock­out base, and is in fact very pop­u­lar. It pro­vides phys­i­cal as well as men­tal and spir­i­tual train­ing.

In the cer­e­mony young stu­dents showed great skill and many up­graded their belts to the next level, in which Ab­dul­lah, Hamza, Ushna, Ab­dul Hadi, Aye­sha, Is­mail, Ali, Fa­tima are just few of the many names.—APP scan­dal that threat­ens the ath­letic su­per­power’s par­tic­i­pa­tion in the Rio Olympics.

Mutko, writ­ing in The Sun­day Times, ad­mit­ted the Rus­sian Athletics Fed­er­a­tion and ath­letes had made “se­ri­ous mis­takes” break­ing anti-dop­ing rules.

He said “they had re­jected the prin­ci­ple of fair-play so fun­da­men­tal to sport for im­me­di­ate ben­e­fits.

“Let us be clear. We are ashamed of them.”

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