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KWUCAMP 2018: Over 1400 karatekas from 30 countries arrived in Kamchia, Bulgaria

More than 1400 karatekas, instructors and coaches from 30 countries

arrived in Bulgaria for one of the World’s largest martial arts training camps. Here are from Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Nepal, Australia, USA, many Europeans countries, Russia, Iran, Tunisia and many many more, and of course from the Land of the Rising Sun, Japan.

This year Bulgarian Karate Kyokushin Federation – BKKF will host the spectacular event of the World Kyokushin Union – KWU sports calendar. On July 3, one of the most anticipated events at the KWUCAMP is Varna Cup 2018 among cadets from 18 to 21 years old.

For the second year, the camp will also offer to spectaculars battles during the professionals on Grand Prix 2018. On July 4 against each other, the professional karate kyokushin fighters from Bulgaria and Russia will face on the tatami. In category up to 60 kg. Dilyan Nikolov and Sergo Armenian and up to 80 kg. Georgi Doichev and Victor Belayev. For Bulgarian fighters this is rematch for victory over current rivals.


The camp will start with a judging seminar, Varna Cup participants weight check and two football tournaments.

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Downloads camp’s schedules:  Schedule – English  /  Расписание – Russian


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