Karate president urges judges to be fair


PAPUA New Guinea Karate Federation president Carl Mari has urged judges to be impartial and fair in the karate competition at Hoskins Secondary School at the BSP PNG Games.
Addressing the athletes and judges during the opening Mari said the athletes were young and unfair decisions may bring negative perception on them, especially when they were doing things right.
He told the athletes that they should respect one another as karate was more than sports; it was an activity that developed
of self-discipline, humility and respect.
The competition started on Saturday with a rest day on Sunday and continues today.
Nine provinces are participating in the karate competition at the Games.