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  1. Okay, because Masamitsu Kudaka / Hisataka is also...

    Okay, because Masamitsu Kudaka / Hisataka is also claiming to be World Champion from the same 1989 tournament, which didn't happen. So did they both make the same mistake?
    Anyway, I was recently...
  2. Scott's USKA event didn't happen

    "In 1989 Scott traveled with the Australian team representing SKK in Irvine, California at the USKA Grand National tournament. He again rose among the finalists in massive divisions eventually...
  3. Hi Matt Following your post above, I have...

    Hi Matt

    Following your post above, I have since been given a copy of a letter from 1995 which stated that WKKF no longer recognised AKA and removed any affiliation and / or authority for AKA to...
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    Thank you for compiling a very interesting...

    Thank you for compiling a very interesting discussion regarding Koshiki in Australia. I see you have listed Scott Brown as a "Champion" of Koshiki. When I was competing in Koshiki in the 80s and...
  5. Hi Jim With regards to your comments above,...

    Hi Jim

    With regards to your comments above, the new Koshiki regime under Hanshi Pat McKean was very effective. We kept supporting his tournaments until the early 2000s. There were always 150+...
  6. As a Karate Instructor and former Koshiki...

    As a Karate Instructor and former Koshiki competitor, I'm wondering what affiliation AKA has with WKKF, Hanshi Hisataka, etc. I was lead to believe that Hanshi Hisataka cut all ties with AKA when...
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