Once again our Bengal Karatekar had proved that they are the best.
Our Bengal Team which was the part of the Indian National Karate Team for the 5th Cadet, Junior, U21 and Senior SouthAsian Championship had shown their splendid performance during their events in Dhaka, Bangladesh!
Our players were Amiya Sundar Biswas who is 5times consecutive KAI National Champion, Commonwealth Champion, WKF Youth league Silver Medallist and this time he is a SouthAsian Champion! He had again proved that the Bengal Kids are also nothing less! He had his final bout with the player of the host country, Bangladesh and he won it with a decision of 5-0 with excellent performance in Cadet Male Individual Kata🥇🇮🇳The Junior Female Team Kata(Tejyosini Dutta, Ena Das, Shirin Sultana) won the finals against SriLanka with a decision of 4-1 with their splendid performance well coordination as per as the instructions of Hanshi Premjit Sen!🥇🇮🇳Sabarna Ghosh lost against Bangladesh and secured a Bronze Medal!🥉🇮🇳The young kids had shown excellent performance and hope they will keep showing such fantastic performance and keep on making their country’s flag fly high.🇮🇳
It’s not the first time that students under the coaching of Hanshi Premjit Sen have brought glory to the country in SAKF. In previous SAKF Championship, students of Premjit Sen had made India proud.
India is proud to have Hanshi Premjit Sen as his contributions to the Indian Karatekas have helped to achieve a lot in International platforms like Commonwealth, SAKF and many more.
Karate Do Association of Bengal celebrates its historic 25th West Bengal State Karate Championship
4th Purba Bardhaman District Karate Championship 2023 concludes
25 selected players of Karate Do Association of Bengal (KAB) are going to participate in the “ALL INDIA UNDER 21 & SENIOR KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP 2023”