Karate workshop in Nizwa ends

August 15: The International Training Workshop in Karate, organised by Karate Academy, has concluded at Nizwa Club.
The workshop was held at the club from August 11 to 13. It was conducted by coach, referee and examiner Al Shihan Abdul Rahman al Hadad, who is approved by the Japanese Karate Federation.
A total of 75 players and coaches from Oman, the UAE, Egypt, UK, Russia and Pakistan participated in the workshop aimed at developing skills of coaches and players. The objective was also to teach them new methods of training.
The focus of the workshop was on the compatibility between movements of the muscular and nervous system. Besides common mistakes in the movement, they discussed how to “exploit the body”.
On the last day, a competition was held for 65 players for obtaining different types of belts.
The concluding ceremony was held under the auspices of Abdullah bin Mohammed al Abri, deputy president of Nizwa Club. It saw members of Nizwa Club, parents and karate fans.
The patron of the ceremony honoured the winners with medals and awards. The first place winner was presented with a gold medal and the championship cup. The winner of second place took home a silver medal and the third prize winner a bronze.
He also honoured the youngest participant, Adham Osama Tahoon, and best referee Salim bin Sulaiman al Massrori.
The patron also handed a memento to Abdul Rahman al Hadad.