Marie Bochet | Life After PyeongChang
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Marie Bochet | Life After PyeongChang

PyeongChang is one of the very best memories. It was very perfect. For myself, for my results. It was unbelievable because I already won four gold medals in Sochi [2014 Winter Paralympics] and I didn’t think I could do it one more time so I was very happy with that. I need to work. I […]

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FOCUS #Tokyo2020 // Open Paris Karate 2019
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FOCUS #Tokyo2020 // Open Paris Karate 2019

– The Paris Open is really a good test to start this new season. And the fact that there are so many athletes, like the japanese, it rises the level. And it’s a good preparation for what’s coming. The Olympics are coming very fast. So I think that everybody works more and we can really […]

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Shorinji-Kempo – Karate – 1970 –
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Shorinji-Kempo – Karate – 1970 –

The art of empty hands, or Karate, was developed in the island of Okinawa. The Shorinji-Kempo school houses Buddhist monks who practise karate as a complement to meditation. Their techniques include not only fists, but jumps and projections too. The Japanese master Funakoshi Gishin who introduced karate in Japan in 1921, said that the essence […]

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