Tag: Shihan Antonio Pinero

KWF Australia: Shihan Antonio Piñero participate in Trifu Dojo tournament

Sensei Daniel Trifu shared the news on his Facebook profile:

Shihan Antonio Piñero, 8th Dan, the chairman of the Kyokushin World Federation was the guest of honor at Trifu Dojo in house tournament.

Trifu Dojo tournament

114 Kids took part in this event. Some didn’t last the full day but what a mammoth task to become COMPETITORS. Respect to you all for making it happen. Very few people can say they’ve competed in a martial arts event. The tournaments purpose was PARTICIPATION. Every student received at least a participation trophy with each age group receiving an overall grand champion title. We had students as young as three competing this time. Continue reading “KWF Australia: Shihan Antonio Piñero participate in Trifu Dojo tournament”

44. East European Summer Camp Kyokushin Kraków, Poland

44. East European summer camp involving 316 participants

from Poland, Russia, Germany, Ukraine, Norway, Belarus, Hungary, Ireland and the Czech Republic.

The camp was under the leadership of KWF E.K.O President Shihan Antonio Pinero and Shihan Lesław Samitowski from USA.

44 kwf summer camp

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50th Anniversary Summer school Papendal, Holland

From the 7th to the 10th of July,

the West European Summer Camp was took place for the 50th time led by Shihan Loek Hollander.

The first time was in 1968 in Ermelo, here also Sosai Oyama was president, who was then just attended with sensei

The West European summer camp was the first to launch a long tradition of summer camps throughout the world, many countries and organizations followed this example. This summer camp is famous worldwide Continue reading “50th Anniversary Summer school Papendal, Holland”

Norwegian Kyokushin Summer camp 2017

From Wednesday 28th of June to Sunday the 2nd of July

the Norwegian Kyokushin Karate Org (NKKO) hosted their annual summer camp

This year we had a record high attendance, 230 Kyokushin students and more than 60 black belts from all over Norway visited the camp. This is an all time record for Kyokushin camps in Norway. Continue reading “Norwegian Kyokushin Summer camp 2017”