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to compete

DO you know why Miyagi Ken International Academy consider competition an important part of our Karateka’s integral formation?

Go! FIGTH! WIN!

The classes for the competition team are designed to develop specific skills necessary in a competition mat, which also requires a higher level of commitment and discipline. 

1. Sport Karate offers us a safe and controlled environment to test the skills of our students.
2. Helps the student to stay focused on themselves to overcome their physical and mental weaknesses.
3. The Spirit of Karate is present when we give the best of ourselves in search of personal improvement.

Karate did its Olympic debut at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.After having an incredible debut, we are more than convinced that this ancient discipline will be unstoppable as an exciting option among sports.

The first appearance of Karate at the Olympic Games took place in the birth nation of the sport and in the same venue of the first Karate World Championships: Nippon Budokan. Moreover, Karate experienced its first Olympic event at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires. Additionally, Karate has also been included in the sports program of the Youth Olympic Games in Dakar in 2026

EXPENSES INFORMATION

• Registration and accommodation costs are the responsibility of each participant and may vary for each event. Miyagi Ken International Academy will be in charge of registering its athletes for all events, prior cancellation of the corresponding Fees by the participant.
• An additional Coach Fee will be applied per athlete.

COMPETITION FEES WILL NOT BE REFUNDED EVEN IF YOUR ATHLETE DOES NOT ATTEND THE COMPETITION.

EVENTS CALENDAR

Miyagi Ken International Academy participates in Championships at all levels, local, regional, National and International, including the Karate1 League endorsed by the World Karate Federation. We work with the competition calendar of  the local leagues and other events organized by member Clubs of the United States Karate Federation at the National Level. We make a selection of events adjusting to the needs of our group of students, their level and progress. A Seasonal calendar of events will be provided.

TRAINING SESSIONS AND COSTS

• The training sessions for the competition team will be an hour and a half, on Saturdays or Sundays. The training sessions will be informed with the competition calendar. At least one session before each Competition is recommended. Your commitment and goals depend on you!!

REQUIREMENTS

All athletes participation in competition is prior call or endorsed by the coach. Every athlete who represents the Miyagi Ken International Academy must wear the full uniform of the competition team (shirt, sweatshirt and sports pants) and have the necessary protections to compete in accordance with the applicable regulations that govern the competition in this discipline: red and blue gloves (red and blue) and shin pads (red and blue or white), mouth protector, chest protector (optional), red and blue belts. You will be able to purchase the uniform directly from our supplier. Gear are available at the dojo in our Pro shop (WKF approve).

THE MOST OUTSTANDING RESULTS OBTAINED BY ATHLETES WHO ARE OR WERE PART OF TEAM 

GOLD

PKF

PANAMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS, Cadets & Juniors

2001- Kumite Male 14-15 years -75 kg.: Robert Borjas

2003- Vancouver-Canadá. Kumite 16-17 years -75 kg: Alfredo Mayorca

2006- Curacao, NNAA. Kumite Equipo: Alfredo Mayorca, Antonio Cartolano

2007- Quito- Ecuador. Kumite 18-20 years -80 kg.: Alfredo Mayorca.

2008- Chile. Kumite -61 kg: Franyerlin Brito.

2010 Canadá. Kumite 12-13 years -35 kg.: Andres Sanabria.

2016- Ecuador. Kata 16-17 years: Cesar Gutiérrez.

PKF

PANAMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS, Senior

2008- Caracas -Venezuela. Kumite -80 kg.: Alfredo Mayorca. 

2009- Netherlands Antilles. Kumite -80 kg.: Alfredo Mayorca.

2012- Nicaragua. Kumite Equipo: Franyerlin Brito.

CSK 

SOUTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

2008- Argentina. Kumite -61 kg: Franyerlin Brito.

2009- Netherlands Antilles. Kumite -80 kg.: Alfredo Mayorca.

2011- La Asunción Paraguay. Kumite +84 kg. (Adults): Alfredo Mayorca.

2012- Perú. Kumite Open: Franyerlin Brito.

2010 Brasil. Kumite 12-13 years -35 kg.: Andres Sanabria.

2015- Chile. Kumite -61 kg: Franyerlin Brito

2015- Chile. Kumite 16-17 years -55 kg: Andres Sanabria.

2015- Chile. Kata 12 -13 years: Ananda Alberte.

2016- Colombia. Kata 14 -15 years: Ananda Alberte.

2016- Bolivia. Kata 14 -15 years: Ananda Alberte.

CCCK

CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN CHAMPIONSHIP

2009- Venezuela. Kumite -61 kg: Franyerlin Brito

2010 Barbados. Kumite 12-13 years -35 kg.: Andres Sanabria.

2012- Guatemala. Kumite -61 kg: Franyerlin Brito

2015- El Salvador. Kumite -61 kg: Franyerlin Brito

2015- El Salvador. Kata 12 -13 years: Ananda Alberte.

WSKF

CHAMPIONSHIPS

1996 – 2nd Shito Ryu World WSKF Championship, Mexico: Team Kumite: Mike Malatesta

USA – NKF

US OPEN

2017- United States. Kata Elite 14-15 years: Ananda Alberte.

2017- United States. Kata Advanced 14-15 years: Luis Agostini.

SILVER

WKF

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, Cadets & Juniors

2007- Estambul – Turquía. Kumite 18 -20 years -80 kg.: Alfredo Mayorca.

 PREMIER LEAGUE OPEN

2011- Francia. Kumite Open: Franyerlin Brito.

PKF

PANAMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS, Cadets & Juniors

2007- Quito- Ecuador. Kumite Equipo: Alfredo Mayorca.

2008- Chile. Kumite Equipo: Franyerlin Brito.

2016- Ecuador. Kata 14-15 years: Ananda Alberte.

 PKF

PANAMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS, Senior

2008- Caracas -Venezuela. Kumite Equipo: Alfredo Mayorca. 

2009- Netherlands Antilles. Kumite Equipo: Alfredo Mayorca.

2015- Toronto. Kumite -61 kg.: Franyerlin Brito.

 CSK

SOUTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

 2007- Lima – Peru. Kumite 18 -20 years -75 kg.: Antonio Cartolano.

2008- Argentina. Kumite Equipo: Franyerlin Brito.

2009- Colombia. Kumite -61 kg (Adults): Franyerlin Brito.

2012- Perú. Kumite Equipo: Franyerlin Brito

CCCK

CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN CHAMPIONSHIP

2009- Venezuela. Kumite Equipo: Franyerlin Brito

2013- Nicaragua. Kumite 14-15 years -52 kg: Andres Sanabria.

WSKF

CHAMPIONSHIPS

1996 – 2nd Shito Ryu World WSKF Championship, Mexico:
Kata Ind. Male: Michele Sista
Kata Ind. Female: Carmen Alberte
Kumite: Luis Alberte

2000 – 3rd Shito Ryu World WSKF Championship, Tokyo:
Team Kata: Luis Alberte, Mike Malatesta, Michele Sista
Kumite Ind: Carlos Martínez

BRONCE

PKF

PANAMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS, Cadets & Juniors

2002- Caracas, Venezuela. Kumite 14-15 years +60 kg.: Alfredo Mayorca

2004- Santiago de Chile, Chile. Kumite 16-17 years -75 kg: Alfredo Mayorca

2006- Curacao -NNAA. Kumite 18-20 years -80 kg: Alfredo Mayorca

2007- Quito- Ecuador. Kumite -61 kg: Franyerlin Brito.

2008- Chile. Kumite Open: Franyerlin Brito.

2011 Fortaleza, Brasil. Kumite 12-13 years -40 kg.: Carlos Petrilli.

2015- Bolivia. Kata 12 -13 years: Ananda Alberte

2017- Argentina. Kata 18 -20 years: Cesar Gutiérrez.

CSK

SOUTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS

2008- Argentina. Kumite Open: Franyerlin Brito.

2010 Vargas-Venezuela. Kumite 12-13 years -35 kg.: Andres Sanabria.

2011- La Asunción Paraguay. Kumite Equipos (Adults): Alfredo Mayorca.

2012- Perú. Kumite -61 kg: Franyerlin Brito.

2013- Brasil. Kumite -61 kg: Franyerlin Brito.

2016- Colombia. Kata 16 -17 years: Cesar Gutiérrez.

2016- Bolivia. Kata 18 -20 years: Cesar Gutiérrez.

CCCK

CENTRAL AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN CHAMPIONSHIP

 2011- Barbados. Kumite -61 kg: Franyerlin Brito.

2012- Guatemala. Kumite Equipo: Franyerlin Brito.

2016- México. Kata 14-15 years: Ananda Alberte.

2016- México. Kata 16-17 years: Cesar Gutiérrez.

2017- Venezuela. Kata 14-15 years: Ananda Alberte.

2017- Venezuela. Kata 18-20 years: Cesar Gutiérrez.

WSKF

CHAMPIONSHIPS

1993 – 1st Shito Ryu World WSKF Championship, Tokyo: Team Kata: Luis Alberte

1996 – 2nd Shito Ryu World WSKF Championship, Mexico: Kata Ind.: Mike Malatesta

2000 – 3rd Shito Ryu World WSKF Championship, Tokyo: Kumite Ind: Victor Camacho, Kata Ind. Female: Carolina Maninat

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Body.Mind.Spirit

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Monday-Friday: 4:30pm – 9:00pm

Saturday: 9:30 am. – 1:00 pm

Sunday: Closed

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