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Judokas from Bapsfontein are off to SA Champs

“Our judo academy will make every effort to accommodate the needs of any student who wishes to enrol as part of its commitment to promote judo for all.”

Nintai Judokwai, an all-inclusive judo academy, is situated in Bapsfontein.

The head coach is sensei Chris Burger, and the club prides itself on Burger’s qualification as a sho-do and a level-two first aider. According to Burger, the club aims to serve people and the judo community.

“As part of its commitment to promote judo for all, our academy will make every effort to accommodate the needs of any student who wishes to enrol,” said Burger.

Nintai, on the club level, also fits in with Judo South Africa on the national level, the Gauteng Judo Federation on the provincial level and the Ekurhuleni Judo Association on the district level.

“Nintai will concentrate on fostering strong community wellbeing by enabling participants to spread the Jita-Kyoei, or spirit of mutual prosperity for oneself and others, via secure and fulfilling experiences,” Burger added.

Burger also told Streeknews they are proud of five of their students: Kyle Muller (11), Jamaal Mlambo (eight), TJ Mvuru (10), TT Mvura (13) and Grant Coupe (12), who indicated they want to participate voluntarily in the South African Championships.

“The students work hard, and we wish them well for the upcoming SAs.”


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