Medals and trophy haul at Malta Open and World Karate Championships for Hurricane Shotokan Karate Club

Hurricane medals and trophy: (from left ) Antonina, Inga and Filip

Hurricane Shotokan Karate Club has brought home five medals and a trophy from the Malta Open and WKA World Karate Championships 2024.

Eight-year-old Inga Piotrowska, from Holy Trinity and St John’s Church of England Primary School, clinched 3rd place trophy in the individual kata category.

Dane Court student Antonina Zima,14 years old, won two second place medals for Team kumite (ippon and rotation) while Sir Roger Manwood’s student Filip Kostic,14, came 3rd in the individual kumite category.

And club Sensei Tomasz Stellmach, 48, was placed second with Team kata and Team kumite.

Tomasz said: “Huge congratulations to Hurricane Karate Club students who participated in the Malta Open and WKA World Karate Championships 2024 in Malta

“Thanks to Sensei Jacek Lipinski – SKC (Sport Karate Coalition) and Sensei Krzysztof Chalupka – IKA (International Karate-do Federation). We were part of IKA team.”

The Malta Open and World Karate Championships was held in Malta from March 20-24.

Hurricane Shotokan Karate Club has been running classes since 2018.

The club, which has 60 members across its London and St George’s School sites, caters for members aged 4 and over with teaching specialised for each age group. The youngest students, aged 4 to 7, learn about karate by playing specifically designed games.

Find Hurricane Shotokan Karate Club on facebook here

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  1. On the first photo, did you mean to say ‘from left’ in the brackets, not from right Kathy ?

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