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Karate expects a busy 2018

017 was a busy year for the Trinidad and Tobago Karate Federation (TTKF).  We hosted the World United Karate Organization (WUKO) Pan Am Cup in July and ran many regional competitions. Among the projects for 2018 include certifying more coaches under the American Sports Education Program (ASEP) and TTKF Technical Coaches division. TTKF will also be […]

017 was a busy year for the Trinidad and Tobago Karate Federation (TTKF).  We hosted the World United Karate Organization (WUKO) Pan Am Cup in July and ran many regional competitions.
Among the projects for 2018 include certifying more coaches under the American Sports Education Program (ASEP) and TTKF Technical Coaches division. TTKF will also be extending Officials training program to include teenagers from  1st kyu (3rd-degree brown belt).
Under the direction of  President Virginia Seebaran-Williams, the TTKF has been a guiding light for clubs since 2007 with focus on education, quality of instructors and officials.
TTKF will like to thank the following for their contribution to keeping the organization active. They are Sensei Sean Joseph, Sensei Michael Smith, Sensei Derick Williams, Sensei John Torres, Sensei John Ramirez, Grand Master Michael Cromwell, Sifu Glenn Forte, Sensei Lex and Maureen Springer, Sensei Deryck Taylor, Sensei Keith Sammy, Andre Julien and Sensei Anim  Mohammed
pic- Virginia, and Darryl Williams
Sensei John Ramirez

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