Houston karate competitions
As a two time karate world champion, Sensei Alex Ndem values karate competition.
Students of Olympic Karate and Sports Center Houston are not required, but strongly encouraged to participate in the competitions held around Houston (or beyond).
You will be ready to compete if you train with us.
That goes for adults and kids.
So why compete?
A martial arts competition is a way to judge and improve your skills.
If you don’t push yourself, how will be able to reach that new level you desire?
We’re here to help.
If you want, why not compete all the way to the Olympics!?
Congratulations to all the competitors for their outstanding performances at the Houston Open Karate tournament 2019. Thank you to all the senseis, parents and volunteers who came out to support the kick off of our Houston league, and the first[…..]
Olympic Karate and Sports Center Houston dominated at the 2018 USA Open & Junior International Cup in Las Vegas last weekend. Our own Marvin Ndem won two golds in two Kumite divisions. This appearance led Marvin to be approached by[…..]
Tomodashi-Iostk 2018 Championship hosted by Kume Karate International Shito-Ryu USA Saturday, March 10. Marvin Ndem takes the gold in 18-34 Kumite! We’re proud of you and your hard work and achievement! Let’s keep it up! More tournaments coming. Jose Vargas[…..]
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The 2017 Traditional Karate Tournament was held on Saturday October 21st, 2017 at the Trotter Family YMCA and Olympic Karate and Sports Center brought home the gold!
Great day for Olympic Karate & Sports Center Houston competition team at Gojukensha Cup in Dallas. 3rd place 18-34 Kumite – Joey Allen 1st place in both Kata and Kumite +35yr Jose Vargas 1st place in 16-17 Kumite – Marvin[…..]
Congratulations to Jose Vargas on 1st place in Kata and 1st place in Kumite at the Texas State Championship in Killeen. We’re proud of your hardwork and achievements. Let’s train harder for the next one!
Sensei Alex Ndem believes Olympic Karate and Sports Center Houston students need to compete. In November 2016, Sensei Alex’s students placed in the USA Karate Texas ASO’s Texas Open.