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KWUCHAMP: First day of the judge’s seminars

First days of the 5th KWU Kyokushin Open Youth World Championship

which will take place in Varna, Bulgaria on December 3rd-4th, 2016 starts with seminars for judges.

We expect over 1000 participants – fighters in three age groups, officials and guests from 33 countries. Tehy will be represents of all international organizations – KWU members: KI, IFK, KWF and representatives of WKO Shinkyokushin. And acording the rules they will be 1 fighter in each category from each organization from a country.


The hosts from Bulgarian Karate Kyokushin Federation (BKKF)  have invited more than 40 judges to take part on the 5th Youth KWUCHAMP.


The first part of the series of seminars started with a review of the Appendices to the regulations of the KWU.

Judges completed tests to show that they can make good decisions after the fight.


In a friendly atmosphere, but with seriousness, between jokes and telling situations, funny and seriously, passed the first part of the seminars for judges.


As the saying goes: practice makes perfect. And our judges want to be perfect, impartial and always to make the right decisions.


Please, follow the news about the the 5th Youth KWUCHAMP here ►

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