Sport Karate Museum Archives

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Raised by 68 people in 76 months

Welcome to the Official Site of the Sport Karate Museum ™

The History of Traditional Karate Pioneers, Legends and Champions in the 20th Century.™

We are is losing an entire generation of fine Black Belts, men who laid the foundation for, and developed the strongest system of martial arts in the world.
It is has come to my attention that people assume we are a hall of fame
We are not a hall of fame however we do honor the indivisual who has accomplished Sport Martial Arts excellence and who gave to the history from 1954 when the first sport karate studio open to 1999 when we did the first living legends celebrity roast.
Let it be known that that there is no Museum in the world that will honor the sport karate hero like the Sport Karate Museum Archives.
We will work hard for you to remember your heroes too!
Our site honors those American legends of sport karate in America.
www.sportkaratemuseum.org

Support the  Sport Karate Museum Archives!

Our  Sport Karate Museum Archives relies on Donations of your generosity to keep the Office, On-Line Museum and Living Legends Roast in the public, we appreciate all that you would do to keep the History alive!

Please visit us at www.sportkaratemuseum.org
Domo arigato

Professor Gary Lee

Founder

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Thank you everyone ,, we are moving forward day to day
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Welcome to the Official Site of the Sport Karate Museum ™

The History of Traditional Karate Pioneers, Legends and Champions in the 20th Century.™

We are is losing an entire generation of fine Black Belts, men who laid the foundation for, and developed the strongest system of martial arts in the world.
It is has come to my attention that people assume we are a hall of fame
We are not a hall of fame however we do honor the indivisual who has accomplished Sport Martial Arts excellence and who gave to the history from 1954 when the first sport karate studio open to 1999 when we did the first living legends celebrity roast.
Let it be known that that there is no Museum in the world that will honor the sport karate hero like the Sport Karate Museum Archives.
We will work hard for you to remember your heroes too!
Our site honors those American legends of sport karate in America.
www.sportkaratemuseum.org

Support the Sport Karate Museum Archives!

Our Sport Karate Museum Archives relies on Donations of your generosity to keep the Office, On-Line Museum and Living Legends Roast in the public, we appreciate all that you would do to keep the History alive!

Please visit us at www.sportkaratemuseum.org
Domo arigato

Professor Gary Lee

Founder
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Thank you Mr. Natividad for your $25.00 donation , everything helps and we appreciate your support, sir
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Chris Woodley
75 months ago
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Prof. Gary Lee is the most influential person I have ever known. I am very honored that he has con't to be my Sensei all of these years. OUS (Shodan-Chris Woodley)

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Charles Fain
76 months ago
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Mr. Lee...your influence and ability to bring out the best in each person has been touching for the ones that have been involved in your martial arts journey. Your dedication to the study of Martial Arts and its lifestyle is truly commendable. You brought out the fighter in me and helped me in a period of my life when I needed it. I could continue to express my gratitude and admiration, however that would take some time. You are one of the last true Martial Artists.

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Gary
2 months ago

please support the Sports Karate Museum

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Hale Hilsabeck
75 months ago

When Gary Lee invited me to come to Houston for Jim Harrison's Roast in 2002, I knew it would be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help honor an old friend and true Martial Arts legend, so I had no problem with driving down and back over a weekend from Denver to be there. The event was definitely memorable - and then, after it ended, Gary walked up and asked for my Gi top. He said he had plans for it. Well, I knew it wasn't that he couldn't afford a new one for himself, but I figured there must be a good reason - so I gave it to him. And now, more than ten years later, it's to be included with the rest of the amazing history that will be displayed in the Sport Karate Museum that Gary built. In light of that, I first want to say thanks to Gary Lee for allowing me to be part of such an important collection; I look at the names on the list, and I'm humbled. But second, I hope that everyone now and in the future will understand and appreciate what a monumental amount of dedication - and love of Martial Arts - it took to make the Sport Karate Museum a reality. Gary just made up his mind, in the best southern tradition, to "Git R' Done". And he did. Awesome job.

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Carol Parenti
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Prayers coming your way sir....

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Jim Paskey
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Make this incognito please.

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Bruce Lee Wynn
12 months ago

Continue to support Sport Karate! All Martial Artists in the community should support the organization that give you a platform to showcase your skills.

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Steve Melton
14 months ago

Thanks for all your support

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Chris Woodley
75 months ago
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Prof. Gary Lee is the most influential person I have ever known. I am very honored that he has con't to be my Sensei all of these years. OUS (Shodan-Chris Woodley)

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Charles Fain
76 months ago
1
1

Mr. Lee...your influence and ability to bring out the best in each person has been touching for the ones that have been involved in your martial arts journey. Your dedication to the study of Martial Arts and its lifestyle is truly commendable. You brought out the fighter in me and helped me in a period of my life when I needed it. I could continue to express my gratitude and admiration, however that would take some time. You are one of the last true Martial Artists.

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Gary
2 months ago

please support the Sports Karate Museum

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Hale Hilsabeck
75 months ago

When Gary Lee invited me to come to Houston for Jim Harrison's Roast in 2002, I knew it would be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help honor an old friend and true Martial Arts legend, so I had no problem with driving down and back over a weekend from Denver to be there. The event was definitely memorable - and then, after it ended, Gary walked up and asked for my Gi top. He said he had plans for it. Well, I knew it wasn't that he couldn't afford a new one for himself, but I figured there must be a good reason - so I gave it to him. And now, more than ten years later, it's to be included with the rest of the amazing history that will be displayed in the Sport Karate Museum that Gary built. In light of that, I first want to say thanks to Gary Lee for allowing me to be part of such an important collection; I look at the names on the list, and I'm humbled. But second, I hope that everyone now and in the future will understand and appreciate what a monumental amount of dedication - and love of Martial Arts - it took to make the Sport Karate Museum a reality. Gary just made up his mind, in the best southern tradition, to "Git R' Done". And he did. Awesome job.

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