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KWUCAMP 2018: Varna Cup Awards

Within International KWU Summer Camp 2018 will be held the 2nd “Varna Cup”

among the cadets in age group 18-21 years old. We have the pleasure of presenting you the medals and the cups prepared specifically for the tournament.

Varna Cup Awards

Each winner from 1 to 3 places will receive a medal, a cup, a diploma. There will also be a cups for a Fighting spirit and Best fighting techniques. Continue reading “KWUCAMP 2018: Varna Cup Awards”

KWUCAMP 2018: Varna Cup 2018 Important UPDATES!

Under the new rules, each competitor must complete a DECLARATION!

Please pay attention that there are NEW DECLARATIONS – you must bring in original. Also please let all medical and insurance be in English!

All that was published in the updated provisions of the camp, we hope you have seen and will fulfill the requirements placed! Continue reading “KWUCAMP 2018: Varna Cup 2018 Important UPDATES!”

VARNA CUP 2018 All participants by categories

Within International KWU Summer Camp 2018 will be held the 2nd “Varna Cup”

among the cadets in age group 18-21 years old

Here are all participants by categories: Continue reading “VARNA CUP 2018 All participants by categories”

Bulgarian Senseis held a training session in Istanbul, Turkey

At the invitation of Sensei Isa Sağlam and the Turkish Kyokushin Organization,

the Board members of the Bulgarian Karate Kyokushin Federation – BKKF, Shihan Asen Assenov, Sensei Nikolay Rachev and Sensei Stoyan Dimov, held a joint training session in Istanbul, Turkey.

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The aim of the seminar was to strengthen relations between the two organizations and to give invaluable experience to karatekas from Turkey. Continue reading “Bulgarian Senseis held a training session in Istanbul, Turkey”

Bulgarian karatekas laid flowers at the Eternal Flame on the Red Square

On September 7, 2017 in the first half of a day, which was free of training,

the national team of Bulgaria visited the sights of the Red Square.

Unfortunately, the athletes did not have enough time for a big excursion to the Kremlin itself. They walked along the Red Square, observed the Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed and the building of the Historical Museum. Continue reading “Bulgarian karatekas laid flowers at the Eternal Flame on the Red Square”