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Bulgarian Kyokushinkai national team continues its fighting tour, visiting Russian Dojos

After five training days in Moscow, the Bulgarian team moved for three days to Saint Petersburg

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The sportsmen decided to do a sightseeing tour during the first adaptation day.

The weather allowed them to see the beauty of the Northern Capital during their water excursion along rivers and canals. The athletes will have two days of training with a team of the World Champion, Sensei Dmitry Savelyev.

However, St. Petersburg is not the final point in the program of the Bulgarian team. They will come back to Moscow and then travel to Nizhny Novgorod, in order to visit Shihan Alexei Gorokhov.

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