Instructor profile

Specialized in:

  • Teaching self-defence classes for women
  • Combat defence drills for private security firms and police
  • Personal protection (body guard drills)

Sporting Career Achievements of Peter Ombima Atieli:

Trained and Certified 3rd Dan by JKS HQ, Japan

1987: Enrolled in training karate (National Youth Service Headquarters)

1988: Kenya Open Novices Individual Championships – Overall Champion                             Nairobi ProvinceNovices Individual Championships – Overall Champion

1989: National Individual Championships – Overall Champion

1990: National Individual Championships – Overall Champion
Started coaching  National Youth Services personnel

1993: Inter-schools, Collages, Universities Championships
Capacity Coach, National Youth Services won the Overall Trophy

1994: Sat for ranking test and received brown belt (2 kyu)

1995: Selected to Nairobi Team for Inter-provincial Championships – Nairobi Province.   Won the championship

1996: Sat for ranking test and received 1st Dan black belt

1997: Won the senior Category Kenya Open Karate Championship

1998: Capacity Assistant Coach for Utali College Karate Club.  Duties included:
– Training for Club Championships
– Designing Training Program
– Selection of team to participate
– Leading the tream to the championship
Overall result: The team won the National Team Championship

1999:  Coaching Schools, Clubs and Colleges

2007:  Official reference at JKS Championship

2008:  Official National Coach of Kenyan Team at 13th African Karate Championship in     Cape Town, South Africa

2011:  Particated  in International Gashuku in Japan. Sat for Dan examination. JKS             Headquaters received 3rd Dan

2013:  Participated in World Japan Karate Shotorenmei Championship. Sat for instructors test and received grade D instructor license.

Personal achievements:

  • Helped establish the Japan Karate Association of Kenya and its affiliation to the World Body for the same of promoting Karate in our country
  • Among the pioneers of the East Africa Karate Federation and raising funds to the Nyambani Children’s Home under the federation
  • Touring and taching karate, holding seminars to help spread the art to as many people as possible in out country

Future goals:

  • Ensuring that I continue spreading the teachings and ideas of Karate to the youth to focus the mon sporting activities and moral techings, keeping them away form drugs, thus building good future citizens
  • Studying and giving a scientific approach to karate training by liaising with sports science institute, as this will ensure health appriach by coaching