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  • Club History
    held at Levien Gym May 15 2004 The club gives demonstration for a party hosted by SIPA s Japan Society aimed at building awareness of Japanese culture September 4 2004 The club makes its first trip to Yale University to join in the Goodwill Keiko against kendo delegates from Japanese universities November 6 2004 Columbia sends four students to the Cornell Tournament where 12 teams participate and Columbia is eliminated in the first round April 2 2005 Columbia captures its first title at the West Point Tournament where 10 schools participate April 12 2005 Columbia team takes home the second trophy from Yale Tournament where it defeats the West Point team in the final round for the second time in two weeks 11 schools participate April 24 2005 The 9th annual Shoryuhai currently the biggest intercollegiate kendo tournament in the U S is held at Harvard University where Columbia reaches the quarterfinal but loses to UCLA team A September 2005 David Spina joins the Kendo Club as an instructor November 12 2005 Columbia participates in the 2005 Annual Cornell tournament but does not break out of its preliminary bracket April 9 2006 Columbia participates in the 2006 Annual Yale tournament

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  • Columbia Tournament
    Columbia University Kendo Club MENU Columbia University Kendo Club About Sensei Board Club History Columbia Tournament Coming soon 2013 Laurent Mazouer

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/kendo/styled-2/index.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia University Goju Karate Club
    translates literally as hard soft and its uniqueness is derived from the combination of the hard styles of Okinawan Karate and the soft styles of Chinese Kung Fu In 1959 Goju Karate was brought to the United States by Master Peter Urban It was further developed by Master Ronald Taganashi to form the style we study today Kon Do Goju Ryu Karate Master Taganashi held black belts in several martial

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/goju/our_style.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia University Goju Karate Club
    student It is used to address a student or who started training karate earlier Karate gi Karate uniform Obi Belt Dan Rank black belt There are ten degrees of black belt Kyu Rank colored belt In our dojo there are six degrees before reaching black belt Kiai The meeting together of energy It refers to a shout at the moment of contact with the target In our dojo the kiai pronounces like the word eight Osu Yessir This is a form of acknowledgement used within traditional dojos It is the equivalent of yessir used in more Americanized dojo It can be used as a greeting as well Kata Form The kata is sequences of techniques meant to be performed with technical accuracy against multiple imaginary opponents Kata develops grace balance coordination strength and fighting skills The kata contains all the knowledge of a martial arts system Uke The one who is conquered In self defense exercises the term refers to the partner who attacks and is thrown by the defender Commands Kiotsuke Pay attention At this command usually at the start of a class students must immediately come to the attention position Rei Respect At this command students must bow

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  • Columbia University Goju Karate Club
    semester Here you can find a sample of our promotion requirements We believe that a test is not merely physical but rather a combination of the physical mental and spiritual aspects of our art The test is meant to be a learning aid to teach the student how to perform under pressure as well as to help the student clarify techniques in his her own mind A student s attitude

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  • Columbia University Goju Karate Club
    the Dai Sempai of Master Ronald Taganashi for eleven years and currently holds a Hachidan 8th degree black belt in Goju Karate and a Yon Dan 4th degree black belt in Ju Jitsu She has over forty years of experience in the martial arts and nearly thirty years of experience in teaching Sensei Tito Valentine has come to the club in recent years as a black belt in both Goju

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/goju/instructors.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia University Goju Karate Club
    Brown Belt Barnard College 2015 Biochemistry hw2365 barnard edu TREASURER Tia Zhao Purple Belt SEAS 2016 Undeclared tz2191 columbia edu VICE PRESIDENT César San Miguel Green Belt CC 2015 Anthropology cgs2133 columbia edu SECRETARY WEBMASTER Dan Danfei Xu White Belt

    Original URL path: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/goju/officers.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia University Goju Karate Club
    Sitian Chen 2014 Brown Belt Hussayn Meghji 2014 Purple Belt Timothy Smith 2014 Green Belt Abe Keesey 2014 White Belt Maryam Aziz 2013 Ni Dan Jonathan Lu 2013 Brown Belt David Rhee 2013 Brown Belt Vivian Coyne 2014 Brown Belt Brandon Wolfe 2013 Purple Belt Peter Wallerson 2012 Purple Belt Amina Forde 2011 Purple Belt Xiaotian Chen 2011 Purple Belt Ted Poon 2010 Purple Belt Michael Taylor 1987 Shodan Ho

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