Black belts Kyle Duddridge and Dylan Gibson have been selected for the Karate Union of Great Britain England squad.
What does KUGB stand for?
KUGB stands for Karate Union of Great Britain
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THERE are over 20 Karate Union of Great Britain (KUGB) clubs on Merseyside, all run by experienced Black Belt instructors.
From Borth, near Aberystwyth, he is a member of the Karate Union of Great Britain, the sport's oldest and largest association.
For more information about the sport, contact the Karate Union of Great Britain which is based in Prenton, Wirral, on 0151 652 6062.
The club, based at the city's Eldon Square Recreation Centre, currently has 60 members aged from five upwards, who as well as training compete in tournaments organised by the Karate Union of Great Britain.
THE KARATE Union of Great Britain held its 39th National Championships at Birmingham's National Indoor Arena.
It's the fifth international event organised on Wearside by the Karate Union of Great Britain.
A member of the Karate Union of Great Britain, Bruce took up karate aged six in 1990 and passed his black belt aged 10.