"Train with both heart and soul without worrying about theory." Gichin Funakoshi
"Strength should not be admired for what it is but for how it is used."
"Say No to Doping."
"Spirit first. Technique second." - Gichin Funakoshi
The Malta Karate Federation (MKF) held its highly anticipated Coaches Black Belt Grading event on January 20th, 2023. The judging panel consisted of some of the most respected names in the Karate community, Sensei James Galea (Chairman Examination Board) and Sensei Anthony Zammit (Chairman Refereeing Commission) and was overviewed by the MKF’s foreign consultant Maestro […]READ MORE
On Saturday 15th October, eight diligent Maltese students of karate stood poised to receive their hard-won distinctions in a Black Belt grading ceremony held at Mgarr Dojo. In a testament to their relentless dedication, three advanced athletes, namely Damian Vella Lenicker, Charles Axiaq, and Lino Spiteri – who has been practising karate for 50 years […]READ MORE
In an inspiring display of skill, determination, and perseverance, Team Malta has made their home island proud by placing overall 3rd at this year’s eighth edition of the Small States of Europe Karate Championships. The 2022 edition of the annual tournament saw 222 athletes from eight different nations gather in Liechtenstein to compete across 61 […]READ MORE
Please find a link to the article from WKF with reference to the 2022 edition of the Small States of Europe Karate Championships held in Liechtenstein. https://www.wkf.net/news-center-new/wkf-president-attends-small-states-of-europe-karate-championships/2040READ MORE