Moroccan Karateka Look To Shine In Rabat
On April 19th, the Karate 1-Premier League will return to Morocco, as the third stop of the season comes to Rabat.
With qualifying for the 2020 Olympic games on the front of every competitor’s mind, one of Morocco’s most promising karatekas, Sanae Agalmam looks to medal.
“The Karate 1-Premier League in Rabat is a perfect opportunity for all of us Moroccan athletes to demonstrate our abilities at the biggest stage. This event gives us the chance to prove ourselves and it will help Moroccan Karate to raise its level,” said Agalmam.
The runner up in the African Championships, Agalmam looks to fair as good if not better than her performance against eventual gold medalist Sarah Sayed of Egypt, and when she earned Bronze at the 2017 World Cadet, Junior and U21 championships.
“I am really looking forward to participating at the Karate 1-Premier League in Rabat. It is very important for me to be part of such a big event. It is the ideal opportunity to collect more points and to highlight the rising level of Moroccan Karate,” added the local hopeful.
In last year’s stop in Rabat, the host nation would walk away with four medals, including the silver won by the Female Kata team that featured Agalmam.
Initial Report: WKF