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  • Posted by Karate on Fri, 06-09-2019
    What is NUIG KarateAlthough Karate is a uniquely Japanese tradition today its actual roots can be traced back to the tiny island of Okinawa, and the Fujian/Chinese-based quanfa practices, which haphazardly found their way there during its old Ryukyu kingdom period.Once a compulsory practice among local Okinawan law enforcement officials, today its defensive concepts have evolved into a challenging competitive sport, a popular form of self-protection and a vibrant cultural recreation.  The fundamental basis of NUI Galway, Karate Club; Koryu Uchinadi is to provide life protection skills. In ...
  • Posted by Karate on Fri, 06-09-2019
    NUIG Karate club will resume training in NUIG Kingfisher (Hall 3) on Tuesday 17th of September at 18:00.All welcome, new and returning members.Any questions text or call 086-8764249 orkarate@clubs.nuigalway.ie ...
  • Posted by Rowing on Fri, 30-08-2019
    NUIG BC had an incredibly successful season 2018/2019. It is now time to cast our gaze forward, into the near future and to plan for what is in store for us.If you have rowed before, in school or in another university or club, and wish to join us please come along to our Club Meeting on 9/09 at 6pm in the Human Biology Building, Small Lecture Theatre. This is a good opportunity for you to meet the coaching team, the club's committee and explore your own goals for the coming year.A big invite is extended to all our current members also. ...
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