Meaning “hard-soft style“, this is an Okinawan style of Karate created by Chojun Miyagi.
|Higaonna, Morio||Merriman, Chuck||Toguchi, Seikichi||Wakai, Atsuko|
Meaning “the ultimate truth“, this is a Japanese style of Karate created by Mas Oyama.
|Arneil, Steve||Ashihara, Hideyuki||Collins, Howard||Fitkin, Brian|
|Hug, Andy||Kazumi, Hajime||Kurosawa, Hiroki||Masuda, Akira|
|Matsui, Shokei||Midori, Kenji||Yamaki, Kenji|
Originally the Karate style of the Nakaima family, this is an Okinawan style of Karate.
|Nakaima, Kenko||Sakumoto, Tsuguo|
A style of Karate created by Kenwa Mabuni, this style is practised in both Okinawa and Japan.
|Demura, Fumio||Diaz, Antonio||Inoue, Yoshimi||McKay, Pat|
|Morris, Tommy||Nakayama, Mie||Okamura-Hamasaki, Suzuko||Sakagami, Ryusho|
|Sakagami, Sadaaki||Usami, Rika|
This is a style of Karate founded by Gichin Funakoshi, and later extended by his son Yoshitaka.
This is a Japanese style of Karate founded by Hironori Ohtsuka.
|Adam, Hamish||Charles, Vic||Codrington, Eugene||Donovan, David ‘Ticky’|
|Etienne, Mervyn||James, Doug||Sakagami, Kuniaki||Shiomitsu, Masafumi|
|Seaton, Walter||Suzuki, Tatsuo||Takamizawa, Toru||Thompson, Chris|