The respective karatekas, who brought honour to their club and community.
The SKISA flagship karate championship, which is the International Kanazawa Cup, was held at Tongaat Sports Centre, recently.
The Greenbury Karate Club karatekas brought home eight gold, nine silver and four bronze medals from this tournament.
The tournament saw competitors from Italy, Cameroon and karatekas throughout South Africa compete for the honours.
This tournament is held annually in honour of grand Master Kanazawa Soke of Japan.
2019 marked the 18th year that two time SKIF world Kkarate champion, Shihan Manabu Murukami, flew in from Japan, to be part of this prestigious tournament.
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Murukami also held training camps throughout South Africa at various dojos to help students improve their technique in both kata and kumite.
Sensei Trevor Ganes, a senior instructor of Shotokan Karate International South Africa, under the guidance of the president and chief instructor, Hanshi Sonny Pillay, has been practicing the art of karate for 39 years.
Sensei Trevor is proud of his students achievements. The outstanding male karateka from GKC at the Kanazawa Cup was Kishan Nair winning the senior men kumite, under 60kg.
The outstanding female karatekas from GKC were Aditi Ramnarain and Kirti Ley Chetty, who won double gold respectively in the junior divisions.