M.P. Jagruth

Champion in Zen Sports & Fitness
Age : 13 Years
Place : Bengaluru, India
Coach : Dr. M.G. Prasad, Zen Sports & Fitness, Bengaluru

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Address : No.9, 2nd Cross, Veerabhadra Nagar, Near Basavanagar Bus Stop, Bengaluru-560037.

Father’s Name : M.G. PRASHADA

E-mail : prasadmg05@gmail.com

Mobile : 9945677726/9008244977

Nationality : Indian

Age : 16 Years

Date of Birth : 11.10.2005

Field of Achievement : Karate (World Champion& Commonwealth Medallist)

 

PROFILE :

     To continue working towards becoming an elite Karate Player to qualify for the Olympics. A dedicated and passionate leader with demonstrated success in sport and education. I am goal-oriented, with strong interpersonal and creativity skills.

 

Education:

Class : XI  Standard

School : HAL Public School, Suranjan Das Road, Vimanapura, Bengaluru -560017, Phone No: 080-25220762.

Skills & Interests : Gymnastics, Swimming, playing football, Travelling and learning New cultures, meeting new people, staying healthy with sports and work outs.

Hobbies : Reading Novels and watching food shows.

References of Karate Referees:

1. Sri. KeerthanKondru – National Karate Team Coach, MobileNo:-9700662222.

Introduction of Sports Karate:

Karate:

    Karate may be defined as a weapon-less means of self-defence. It consists of dynamic offensive and defensive techniques using all parts of the body to their maximum advantage. A karate practitioner is called a karnateka.

Karate training is commonly divided into kata (forms)&kumite (sparring)

  • Kata (pre-arranged forms simulating combat situations, individual 

  • Kumite (sparring, it’s between two karatekas)

      

     In each category, the beginner is given instruction at the most basic level until the techniques become spontaneous. As the student progresses technically, he or she progresses physically as well, and advanced practices demand greater stamina. At this stage, the student becomes involved with more intricate and difficult katas and more dynamic forms of kumite. As the student approaches black belt level, technique, stamina, speed, and coordination become natural as a result of strong practice. It is at this stage that the serious student discovers that his or her study of karate has only just begun. The object of true karate practice is the perfection of oneself through the perfection of the art.

BREAKTHROUGH KARATE ACHIEVEMENTS:

  • 2019, Won a Bronze Medal in Male Kata Cadet Category in the Sharjah International Open Karate Championship 2019 held at Sharjah. 

  • In the year 2018, represented India at the WKF Youth League held at Limasol, Cyprus and was ranked 5th position in Kata & 23rd Rank in Kumite in Sports Karate declared by the World Karate Federation.

  • Won a Bronze Medal for India in the 11h World Karate Youth Cup-2018 held at Umag, Croatia Organised by the World Karate Federation. In this Championship 65 countries across the world had participated.

  • Won a Silver Medal in the Karate1 Youth League-2018 held at Sofia, Bulgaria.

  • Won a Gold Medal (Kata) for India in the 10th World Karate Youth Cup-2017 at Umag, Croatia Organised by the World Karate Federation. In this Championship 92 countries across the world had participated.

  • Won a Silver Medal (Kumite) for India in the 10th World Karate Youth Cup -2017at Umag, Croatia Organised by the World Karate Federation. In this Championship 65 countries across the world had participated.

  • Won a Bronze Medal for India in the 9th World Karate Youth Cup-2016 at Umag, Croatia Organised by the World Karate Federation. In this Championship 65 countries across the world had participated.

  • Won a Gold Medal for India in the Commonwealth Karate Championship, New Delhi, organised by the Commonwealth Karate Federation. In this Championship around 18 countries had participated.

  • Won a Silver Medal for India at Singapore in the 14th Asia Pacific Shito-Ryu Karate Championship 2014, organised by the World Shito-Ryu Karate Association.

  • Made a record in Nationals by winning a Gold Medal in Kata & Silver Medal in Kumite in the same championship during the year 2015 organised by the Karate Association of India Recognised by the Government of India (Ministry Of Youth Affairs & Sports).

  • National Champion in Kata for 5 consecutive years in the KAI National Karate Championship for Sub-Junior Cadet, Junior & Under 21 organised by the Karate Association of India. His total medal tally in the nationals as of now is 6 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze medal .

  • State Champion in Kata and Kumite for 7 consecutive years in the Karnataka Sub-Junior Karate Championship organized by the Akhila Karnataka Sports Karate Association.

  • Participated in more than 80 Karate Championships in both Kata and Kumite Category all over India and abroad.

  • Represented Karnataka in the 6th South India Gymnastics Championship-2013, Gachibowli, Andhra Pradesh.

ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE FIELD OF KARATE FOR THE YEAR 2022:

  • Placed 1st position in Under 16-17 years Junior Male Kata category at the1st South India Karate Federation South Zone Karate Championship held at Hyderabad on 5th & 6th March 2022.

  • Placed 1st position in Senior Male Kata category at the1st South India Karate Federation South Zone Karate Championship held at Hyderabad on 5th & 6th March 2022.

  • Placed 1st position in -68 kgs Male Junior Kumite category at the1st South India Karate Federation South Zone Karate Championship held at Hyderabad on 5th & 6th March 2022.

  • Placed 1st Position in All India Karate Champinship-2022 Under 16-17 years Junior Male Kata category organized by the Karate India Organization held at Pune on 18th & 19th of June 2022.

  • Placed 2nd Position in All India Karate Champinship-2022 in Senior Male Kata Kata category organized by the Karate India Organization held at Pune on 18th & 19th of June 2022.

ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE FIELD OF KARATE FOR THE YEAR 2021:

  • Placed 1st position in Under 16-17 Years Individual Kumite Male category at the Akhila Karnataka Sports Karate Association held on 25th & 26th September 2021organized by Sports Authority of Karnataka.

  • Placed 1st position in Under 16-17 Years Individual Kata Male category at the Akhila Karnataka Sports Karate Association held on 25th & 26th September 2021organized by Sports Authority of Karnataka.

  • Placed 1st position in senior category of Individual Kata Male category at the Akhila Karnataka Sports Karate Association held on 25th & 26th September 2021organized by Sports Authority of Karnataka.

ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE FIELD OF KARATEFOR THE YEAR 2020:

  • Placed in 4th position at the Karate e-Challenge 2.0 Championship organised by Luca Valdesi and 7 Karate world champions team under 16 Years Male Kata Category held from May 30th to June 5th.

  • Placed 1st position in Under 15 E- Kumite Male category at the Adidas Karate Open Championship held between 15th to 25th of June 2020.

  • Placed 3rd Position (Bronze medal) in Under 16 e- Kata Male category at the Karate e-Challenge 3.0 organised by Luca Valdesi and team held from June 27th to July 4th.

  • Won 1st Place in Kata in the National Championship Organised by the Karate India Organization

  • Presently he is ranked No.1 by the Sports Data Under 15 Years Male Kumite Category.

ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE FIELD OF KARATE FOR THE YEAR 2019:

  • Represented India at the Karate Youth League 2019 and secured 5thposition in Male Kata event held at Limassol, Cyprus from 3rd to 5th May 2019 Organised by the World Karate Federation.

  • Won a Bronze Medal in Male Kata Cadet Category at Sharjah International Open Championship 2019 held at Sharjah from 15th to 17th November 2019.

  • Won I Place in both Kata and Kumite at the National Karate Championship organized by the Karate Association of India.

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