KYOSHI JUJHAR SINGH GILL,

7TH DAN

FOUNDER AND CHIEF INSTRUCTOR OF MIDDLESEX SHOTOKAN KARATE CLUB

KYOSHI JUJHAR SINGH GILL,

7TH DAN

FOUNDER AND CHIEF INSTRUCTOR OF MIDDLESEX SHOTOKAN KARATE CLUB

ABOUT SENSEI

Sensei Jujhar Singh Gill has been training for over 50 years and teaching for 40 years.

1969 saw the start of Sensei Gill’s journey into Shotokan Karate at age 19. Training under the watchful eye of Sensei Sahans 8th Dan, with the British Karate Association (BKA), Sensei Gill achieved his 1st Dan in October 1973.   

Sensei Gill competed at a very high level during his Karate career and received numerous trophies and medals.

He then went on to qualify as an EKC and FEKO Referee and Judge. Highlights of this time in his career included officiating at the World Games in the 1980s, where he saw the likes of Vic Charles and Geoff Thompson peak.

Referee and Judge

  • EKC and FEKO Referee and Judge
  • Officiated at National Championships and World Games.

List of competitive achievements

  • Men’s Kata 1st at Ramgarhia Open Championships 1981
  • Men’s Kata 1st English Karate Federation in 1981
  • Men’s Kata 1st ASKA National 1982
  • Men’s Kata 1st BKA Senior Kata
  • Senior Kata 1st Ramgarhia Sabha Southall 1979
  • Men’s Senior Kata 1st ASKA National 1979
  • Men’s Senior Kata 1st ASKA National 1981
  • Men’s Team Kata 2nd at EKF National Championships 1981
  • Men’s Team Kumite 1st ASKA St Albans 1983
Middlesex • Shotokan • Karate •

“The ultimate aim of karate lies not in victory nor defeat, but in the perfection of the character of its participants”
― Gichin Funakoshi