Karate grandmaster Jim Ambrose was recently presented yet another international award for his long-time practice and excellence in the sport of Shotokan Karate.
Sensei Ambrose was inducted into the Grandmaster Aaron Banks World Professional Martial Arts Organization Hall of Fame, and was honored for his Outstanding Shotokan Karate-Do Contribution for All Time.
He received a plaque and subsequent honors in ceremonies held recently at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Ambrose is an 8th Degree Black Belt Dan who has studied Shotokan Karate under Master Kazumi Tabata of Boston, MA.
Currently head of the Wyoming Valley Karate Club in Plains, Ambrose has a decades-long international reputation as a coach of championship collegiate and pre-Olympic karate teams.
He currently teaches Shotokan Karate for both adults and children in the Wyoming Valley area.