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The Australian Government through the Australian Sports Commission recognises the Australian Kendo Renmei as the National Sporting Organisation to develop kendo, iaido and jodo in Australia

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The International Kendo Federation

The international federation of national kendo associations. International Kendo Federation

SportAccord

The international federation of national sporting associations. SportAccordAustralian University Sport Australian University Sport

2009 34th Australian Kendo Championships

34th Australian Kendo Championships – Adelaide 2009

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PDF of complete competiton draw.

 

Open Individual

  1. First  – H Tani (WAKR).
  2. Second – K Smith (NSWKA).
  3. Equal Third – M Henstock (NSWKA), J Cross (NSWKA).

 

Kyu Individual

  1. First – L Lee (NSWKA).
  2. Second – T Reeve.
  3. Equal Third – B Yehuda, C Brondolino.

Women’s Individual

  1. First – V Yung (NSWKA).
  2. Second – K Sylvester (VKR).
  3. Equal Third – R Marshall, D-S Chun.

Veteran’s Individual

  1. First – T Nishimoto (NSWKA).
  2. Second – Y Sano (NSWKA).
  3. Equal Third – G Nicholas (QKR), B Brestovac (WAKR).

Open Teams

  1. First – Western Australia.
  2. Second – Victoria.

Kyu Teams

  1. First – Western Australia.
  2. Second – South Australia.

Women’s Teams

  1. First – New South Wales.
  2. Second – Victoria.

Kata Teams

  1. First Queensland
  2. Second Victoria

Fighting Spirit Awards

J. Chaplin (NSW), W. Yoo (WA), B. Nedic (VIC), S. Nguyen (SA)

John Butler Award

D. Boyd (ACT).