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KWUCHAMP 2017: Ekaterinburg is a city of strong people!

It was founded in 1723, by the order of Peter the Great – the first Russian emperor

Ekaterinburg

Russian Empresses Catherine the First and Catherine the Great both had a big influence on the destiny of the city. The city was named after the wife of the Emperor, Catherine the First, whereas Catherine the Second granted Ekaterinburg the status of the city and in the years of her reign, one of the main roads of the Russian Empire, the Siberian Route was paved through it.
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Say Hello to our new mascots!

An extended organizing committee for the preparation and holding

of the 3rd KWU World Championship has gathered again in Ekaterinburg on August 29th, 2017

During the meeting in a sequence of figures, decisions and minutes, it was pleasant to see a long-awaited presentation of the 3rd World Championship mascots.

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A little more than 3 months is left until the KWUCHAMP 2017

An extended organizing committee for the preparation and holding

of the 3rd KWU World Championship has gathered again in Ekaterinburg on August 29th, 2017

3 months left

A little more than 3 months is left until the event, so now it is time not only to take decisions, but to act as well.

Representatives of almost all local authorities took part in a meeting, chaired by the Deputy to the Sverdlovsk Region Governor Pavel Vladimirovich Krekov. Continue reading “A little more than 3 months is left until the KWUCHAMP 2017”

KWUCHAMP city host Ekaterinburg celebrated the City Day

On August 19, 2017 citizens of Ekaterinburg celebrated the City Day

There were a lot of festival venues around the city, which everyone could visit

Ekaterinburg celebrated the City Day

In the heart of the city, there was a platform dedicated to the 3rd KWU Kyokushin World Championship, which will be held on December 9-10, 2017 in Ekaterinburg. Continue reading “KWUCHAMP city host Ekaterinburg celebrated the City Day”