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4WAYS DOJO PRODUCING

PROTEA COLOURS SINCE 1997

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 3 Since South African Karate was readmitted to the international competition arena in 1992, SA has produced the first WKF World Champion in 1994, Sandra Louw and the first WKF African Champion in 1997, Stef Biagioni.

Since then Fourways Martial Arts Academy established itself in 1998 with Sensei Stef eventually going professional in September 1999.

Ever since then the 4Ways Dojo has been working hard at developing a system of producing Protea members representing South Africa abroad.

4Ways Dojo has built a reputation as arguably one of the strongest dojo’s in the country with a factory of Protea members for the past 20 years.

I would like to congratulate everyone to this day that has contributed to our Dojo in having faith and loyalty in the Spirit of Sport Karate.

A BIG THANK YOU to Sensei Roberta Biagioni (WKF International Referee), Sensei Brett Ferreira ( Kumite Coach ), Sensei Silvio Biagioni ( Kata Coach ) and Sensei Danika Stevens ( Kumite Coach )

 

HISTORY OF 38 ATHLETES RECEIVING 1ST TIME THEIR PROTEA COLOURS THROUGH 4WAYS DOJO ARE:-

  1.  Stef Biagioni~Protea 1997
  2. Donna Morkel~Protea 2002
  3. Silvio Biagioni~Protea 2008
  4. Cade Anderson~Protea 2008
  5. Micael Fatela~Protea 2008
  6. Tanya Donkin~Protea 2009
  7. Victoria West~Protea 2009
  8. Sinéad Erasmus~Protea 2009
  9. Kate Hinrichs~Protea 2009
  10. Joshua Pilling~Protea 2011
  11. Ethan Ho~Protea 2011
  12. Luca Milanesi~Protea 2011
  13. Michael Du Plessis~Protea 2011
  14. Slade Taylor~Protea 2013
  15. Dylan Kotze~Protea 2013
  16. Cheyenne Barros~Protea 2013
  17. Zoe Duffield~Protea 2013
  18. Justin Baynes~Protea 2013
  19. Mbongeni Malinga~Protea2013
  20. Matthew Pilling~Protea 2013
  21. Claudia Dobson~ Protea 2013
  22. Reece Baynes~Protea 2013
  23. Sicelo Mahlamgu~Protea 2013
  24. Vuyo Malinga~Protea 2013
  25. Marius Madgwick~Protea 2014
  26. Emma Wentzel~Protea 2014
  27. Khardan Ruocchio~Protea2014
  28. Aimee Grefen~Protea 2014
  29. Alessandro Biagioni~Protea 2015
  30. Angela Tsita~Protea 2016
  31. Nicholas Dobson~Protea 2016
  32. Taneka Visser~Protea 2017
  33. Thea Langenhorst~Protea2017
  34. Emma O’Gorman~Protea2017
  35. Sven Langenhorst~Protea2018
  36. Aidan Zeeman~Protea 2018
  37. Malcolm Driessel~Protea 2018
  38. Nuru Minyuku-Gutto~Protea2019

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This culture of success is due to a never give up attitude, faith in 4Ways Dojo’s structure, its coaches and living your dreams which is possible for anyone!

 Kind Regards

Sensei Stef Biagioni