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KWU European and World Youth Championships 2020 are postponed

Dear Friends!

We regret to inform you that, due to the global epidemiological situation caused by the spread of the new coronavirus infection, the KWU European Championship among men and women in weight categories and the KWU Youth World Championship among boys, girls, and juniors, which were scheduled for this December, are postponed. Continue reading “KWU European and World Youth Championships 2020 are postponed”

KWU World Youth Cup 2020 – Official Report

As part of the 14th KWU International Summer Camp was held the KWU Youth World Cup (18-21 y.o.), which is the successor of the International Varna Cup, held since 2017. The first international tournament Varna Cup was held in 2017 and was a success. Due to the great interest and increasing number of participating countries, in 2019 the format changed to the World Cup for young karate talents.

KWU World Youth Cup (18-21 y.o.) was held in openweight category for males and females. Each winner received a medal, a cup, a diploma, and a financial award. Continue reading “KWU World Youth Cup 2020 – Official Report”

Absolute World Youth champion Valeria Lozanova received a Black belt

The athlete from the National team of the Bulgarian Karate Kyokushin Federation Valeria Lozanova received a black belt. She earned her 1st Dan after the fantastic performance of the KWU World Youth Cup, where she triumphed with a gold medal in the absolute open category.

“I did not expect to receive my 1st Dan. I was extremely pleasantly surprised – Lozanova commented especially for Boec.BG – I have been preparing for it for a long time, but I did not expect to receive it after the KWU World Youth Cup in Kamchia. I signed up for the tournament at the last minute, but now I’m very happy that I participated, I won, and I already have a black belt.” Continue reading “Absolute World Youth champion Valeria Lozanova received a Black belt”

KWU World Youth Cup 2020 – Results

As part of the 14th KWU International Summer Camp was held the KWU Youth World Cup (18-21 y.o.), which is the successor of the International Varna Cup, held since 2017. The first international tournament Varna Cup was held in 2017 and was a success. Due to the great interest and increasing number of participating countries, in 2019 the format changed to the World Cup for young karate talents.

KWU World Youth Cup (18-21 y.o.) was held in openweight category for males and females. Each winner received a medal, a cup, a diploma, and a financial award. Continue reading “KWU World Youth Cup 2020 – Results”