Eerste kata-kompetisie vir kareteka

Aanhouer wen

26 October 2020 | Sports

Lené Mans; Deelnemer; “Ek dink as ons eers moes wag vir die pandemie om oor te gaan voor ons verder gegaan het, sou ons vêr agter gewees het.”

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Die Shotokan Karate Akademie Internasionaal (SKAI) het onlangs hul eerste kata-kompetisie gehou na die verslapping van Covid-19-inperkingsmaatreëls.

Sensei Valdemar Swart vertel dat gereelde kompetisies, selfs op informele basis, belangrik is vir die ontwikkeling van karateka en skeidsregters.

“Bo en behalwe die vlak van die persoon se karate, is dit belangrik dat ons vertoongeleenthede en kompetisies skep sodat hulle by mekaar kan leer en daardeur verbeter. Hier is ‘n paar persone wat ons wil oplei om uiteindelik skeidsregters te wees, maar dit is nie ‘n vinnige proses nie. Vir jare lank moet hulle leer en hierdie gee hulle die geleentheid om prakties te leer.”

Lené Mans, ‘n deelnemer, sê sy glo sy het verbeter tydens die inperking, en skryf hierdie verbetering aan dissilpline en passie toe.

“Ek dink ek het baie verbeter, maar dit is waar dissipline inkom. Vanaf witbeltvlak word jy dissipline geleer en ek dink ons moes tydens die inperking dit toepas. Ek het al my Zoom-klasse bygewoon en toe ons weer bymekaar kon kom vir klasse, het ek steeds bygewoon.”

Mans meen dat aanlyn karate haar nie so goed pas soos normale klasse nie.

“Maar dit was beter as niks, maar op Zoom kan jou sensei nie jou foute so maklik raaksien en jou reghelp soos altyd nie, so dit was moeilik,” sê sy.

Volgens haar, het sy wel vordering gemaak ten spyte van haar stryd met aanlynklasse.

“Ek het wel ‘n paar dinge geleer wat ek nou kan toepas. Ek dink as ons eers moes wag vir die pandemie om oor te gaan voor ons verder gegaan het, sou ons vêr agter gewees het.”


Die medalje wenners was as volg


Goud: Erastus Ashikuni, Payton Beets, Ariane Dengeinge, Delroy Detlinger, Louisa Du Plessis, Cobus Esterhuysen, Dylan Grové, Malaika Idiou, Giscardo Izaaks, Aiden Warden, Alexandro Van Wyk, Mayvonne Swart, Julian Stuurman, Keanu Stuurman, Kendall Strauss, Gabriella Strappazzon, Cherne Scheepers, Emma Quinn, Caydon Poulton, Nellao Naruses, Michael Muller, Merziaan Mouton, Anria Mitchell, EJ Mitchell en Khian Kotze

Silver: Azaria Batista, Eric Beukes, Richard Dengeinge, Gabriella Diergaardt, Leah Dorgeloh, Charldon Fourie, René Giliomee, Daniel Jacobs, Aaron James, Mea-Sune Kannemeyer, Nolene Kotze, Simoné Labuschagne, Muesee Lebusa, Jay-Dee Mouton, Lukas Nghitaunapo, Lana Nghitaunapo, Johan Pieterse, Pieter Pieterse, Ronja Porteus, Angelo Stergiadis, Azel Stols, Zanmari Stols, Nicolaas Swart, Sucheschia Van Wyk, Stefan Van Zyl en Kobus Venter.

Bronse: Christopher Armstrong, Victoria Borowski, Richard Borowski, Ronzen Coetzee, Eloy Detlinger, Devano Diergaardt, Ernst Doeseb, Johnley Ganaseb, Janelle Goagoses, Marchelle Goosen, Nicola Groenewald, Miriam Idiou, Henko Jacobs, Billy Kavita, Kyla Kotze, Arno Kruger, Michael La Grange, Jan-Magiel Leff, Kiaan Lehmann, Clarice Machegete, Lené Mans, FC Mitchell, Naomi Mitchell, Henry Muller, Manuel Nhinda, Daniel o’Callaghan, Kaunapava Petrus, Francois Pienaar, Renee Rabie, Coetzee Sales, Jandre Sales, Lorenzo Smith, Jody Thomas, SC v/d Westhuizen, Marchel v/d Westhuizen, Annielia Van Staden, Iwann Van Staden, Michelle Van Zyl en Karlien Van Zyl.

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