Akshay Kumar Has Ambitions Of Establishing An International Karate Championship

November 8th, 2010 - 5:53 pm ICT by Sampurn Wire  

November 8, 2010 (Showbiz PR Wire): After pioneering the biggest ever martial arts movement in the history of Indian Karate , Shihan Akshay Kumar now has bigger ambitions of taking the Championship to an International level .

After the success of 2 consecutive years of the Invitational National Karate Championship Akshay Kumar has now set his sights on an International Karate Championship that will see students of martial arts from around the world participating.

Says a source “Akshay Kumar is very passionate about the sport and was so impressed with the way the Championship in India has shaped up that he now wants to take it to a global level – the planning for its established is currently being discussed and by the looks of it – we have a winner on our hands”

About the 2nd Invitational National Karate Championship 2010 : Currently being held in Mumbai, Andheri Sports Complex between the 28th – 31st October Akshay Kumar 2nd Invitational National Karate Championship 2010 started with a humble idea of bringing together underprivileged karate students from all over India to Mumbai, host them free of cost for four days, and make them participate in a world class championship, so that, they can be trained for world tournaments, without having to worry about any costs.

The Tournament, organised by Nippon Budo Sogo International India and Nihon Gojuryu Karate-Do Kuyukai India was sponsored by Micromax mobile and received a whopping 53000 applications in 15 days .The tournament will also see 300 referees, judges and volunteers from all over India & Asia working from 28th to 31st October. Eight individual winners will be selected in the Contest and trained to represent India at the International Karate Championship in Japan in 2011.

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