Month: March 2017

British Kyokushin Karate – BKK SUMMER CAMP 2017

The BKK Summer Camp is a Kyokushinkai Karate Camp,

open to all kyokushin students from any organisation. Ages of 8 up to senior are all welcome. Camp usually starts on Thursday and ends Sunday morning, with up to 4 sessions a day by top Kyokushin instructors, led by Hanshi Steve Arneil.


Junior Camp is for ages 8-15 years and Senior Camp is Ages 16+.
IFK Students can also choose to grade at camp under the instruction of Hanshi Steve Arneil 10th Dan. Continue reading “British Kyokushin Karate – BKK SUMMER CAMP 2017”

Introducing Kyokushin World Union – KWU mascot, Daruma

The working group of the Organizing committee of the 3rd Championship of the World 2017 is in Tokyo.

In its program is the visit to the KWF KARATE GRANDPRIX, which will is held in Chiba city under the guidance of Shihan Noriyuki Tanaka. There General Secretary of KWU, Mr. Sergey Suvorov introduced the mascot of the 3rd KWUCHAMP Tokyo 2017 – Daruma – The Japanese wishing doll.

Please say Hello to Daruma!

KWU General Secretary Mr. Sergey Suvorov and Producer of the 3rd KWUCHAMP, Mr. Aleksandr Zeytz (‘Zeytz Project’) with Daruma – the Japanese wish doll. Continue reading “Introducing Kyokushin World Union – KWU mascot, Daruma”

Polish Winter Camp 2017 with Shihan Alexei Gorokhov

The Polish Winter Camp took place in Luneia from 17th to 19th February.

Shihan Alexei Gorokhov was the instructor for the fighting camp, which was attended by about 50 Karatekas from Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Switzerland. Organisations: IFK and Shinkyokushin

Country Representative Sensei Dariusz Struski was joined by Swiss Representative and IFK Board member Shihan Eddy Gabathuler and Belarus Country rep Dmitry Alechnovich in participating in this camp.

KWU national federations and KWU team trip to Japan

At the moment several countries already have established national federations of KWU

Besides Russia, where all federations cooperate already for many years in the frames of the united Russian Association of Kyokushin, such countries as Chile, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Romania, Reunion Islands, and Kazakhstan have also established their national unions.

“We are very pleased with integration processes, which take place in KWU today. Without a doubt, the process is stimulated by the policy of KWU, which is aimed at the unification of various schools with the goal of participation and holding of joined competitions. What is also important – is the rules of holding national qualifications to the upcoming 3rd World Championship, which will be held in Tokyo on November 25-26, 2017”, KWU General Secretary Sergei Suvorov said to our webpage.

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