Recent Examples of karate from the Web
For the first time, five new sports will be added to the summer Olympics lineup: baseball and softball, karate, sport climbing, surfing and skateboarding.
By age 10, he was involved in karate and, once in high school, Joey decided automotive mechanics was his thing.
After traveling to South Carolina last month, 13 athletes from a local karate school returned home with 12 medals and three National Champion titles.
McLaughlin, who had a background in karate, and another student filed the paperwork to start the club.
Chay’s and JK Lee both offer Taekwondo, but there are many different styles of martial arts, including karate, aikido and kung fu.
Practitioners, medical experts and behaviorists say karate, taekwondo and Brazilian jujitsu are powerful tools, teaching children to stay calm, keeping them fit, helping them focus and building their confidence.
John was playing baseball, Brandon was playing basketball, both were in karate.
Indoor activities include a program scavenger hunt, demos of fall programs such as karate, dance, basketball, swimming, gymnastics and more, plus enjoy pool activities and water slides.
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Origin and Etymology of karate
First Known Use: 1926See Words from the same year
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