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KWUCAMP: Reports from KWF and INTERNATIONAL KYOKUSHIN SUMMER CAMP VARNA 2017

Kyokushin WORLD Federation Facebook page publish their report from KWUCAMP 2017

kwf summer

On 2-9 July 2017 the biggest in the World, International Kyokushin Summer Camp was held. Continue reading “KWUCAMP: Reports from KWF and INTERNATIONAL KYOKUSHIN SUMMER CAMP VARNA 2017”

KWUCAMP: Seminar for KWU Judges

KWU officially invited all qualified judges

to participate in the KWU judicial seminar in the framework of the XI International Summer Camp, Bulgaria 2017. The seminar was held in 3 days before the International tournament Varna cup 2017

Picture by Sensei Andrean Ivanov

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KWUCAMP: Visit of Minister Krasen Kralev

Today, July 3, we had the pleasure to welcome

Minister of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Bulgaria, Mr. Krasen Kralev

Mr. Kralev is big supporter of Martial Arts and he visited KWUCAMP to welcome participants from all over the World and to show his support to BKKF.  Continue reading “KWUCAMP: Visit of Minister Krasen Kralev”

KWUCAMP: Arrival of teams and meeting of instructors

And here we are starting…

Arrival

July 2, 2017 is the day the teams arrive, they are accommodated, also have emotional meetings with old friends, Senseis had instructions,  and all say Hello to the Black Sea. Continue reading “KWUCAMP: Arrival of teams and meeting of instructors”

1st Asian Open Championship – Day 1

The 1st Asian Open Championship

on kyokushin karate among  youths, juniors, girls, men and women is held from 21 to 23 April 2017 in the “Daulet” Sports Club, Astana, Kazakhstan.
1st Asian open

Integrated control over preparation and running of the 1st Asian open tournament is done by the “Kyokushin Karate Federation of the RoK” (KWF) RUA (Republican Public Association) and Astana Subsidiary of the Republican Federation of kyokushin karate, with support of the Committee for Matters Relating to Sports and Physical Education of the Ministry of the RoK for Culture and Sports. Continue reading “1st Asian Open Championship – Day 1”