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|K.D.F. Welcomes Sensei Tyrone Whyte 6th Dan|
Sensei Tyrone Whyte 6th Dan has joined KARATE-DO FEDERATION
on behalf of the K.D.F. we welcome him and his group T.K.O. and look forward to a long and rewarding relationship
for many years to come.
Sensei Steve Scott 6th Dan , Sensei Tony Gray 5th Dan
Sensei Tyrone Whyte 6th Dan PROFILE
Chief Instructor to Tournament Karate-Do
Tyrone Whyte started Karate in 1970 under the tuition of Hanshi Steve Arneal 8th Dan the style was Kyokushinkai the dojo was in stratford East London there were many famous karate-ka there like Brian Fitkin, Ticky Donovan, etc Sensei Whyte won his 1st tournament the southern area Kyokushinkai championships, there were splits after the Instructor left the area so Sensei Whyte stopped Karate for a brief spell later returning at the Dagenham dojo under Sensei Ticky Donovan, Sensei Whyte became a founder member of the Ishinryu style of Karate and represented the English and British Team winning the British Championships when it was 1 weight catagory. He has since competed alongside and against Billy Higgins, Eugene Codrington, Bob Pointon , Mick Ragg, Vic Charles Vann Johnson , Jeoff Thompson etc also a Dutch, German, & Paris open Champion, European club Team champion He then won a Gold and Bronze medals at the European Championships 1976-78 and World Team medallist in Japan and Italy.
He joined Karate-Do Federation in 2009 and teaches in East London on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturdays and can be contacted by email.
on 0208 522 11 33