8 Karatedos to Compete in Italy, Czech Rep

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8 Karatedos to Compete in Italy, Czech Rep


Byline: CLYDE MARIANO

In a bid to refine their skills and gain additional experience, eight Filipino karatedos, three of them Asian Games-bound, will see action in two tough karatedo tournaments in Czech Republic and Italy next month.

Scheduled to leave on May 14 are Asian Games-bound Joey Pabillore, Gretchen Manalad and Junel Perania, Maria Theresa Suva, Brandy Mariano, Nesty Halili, Cherli Tugday and Ian Jercos.

They will compete in the VII Prague (Czech Republic) Open Karate championship set on May 17-18 and the IV Italiana Cup on May 25-26 held in Sorento, Naples, Italy.

The Filipinos will match prowess against crack karatedos from Italy, Netherlands, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, England, Germany and Turkey in Prague tournament.

They will also face the same rivals in Italy, according to coach David Lay.

"These two tournaments are very important to our players in their preparation for the Asian Games. I am pretty sure, they will gain new techniques because they are ranged against world class rivals,'' said Lay.

Assessing the chances of his players, Lay said his wards are in top shape, well-honed and well-prepared. Because of this strong preparations, Lay said he expects the team to perform well in these outings.

"It's gonna be tough. The quality of competition is high. …

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