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KWU judging and fighters seminar in Bulgaria

In parallel with the KWU training camp of the Bulgarian Karate Kyokushin Federation

with a large international participation from Russia and Belarus, a judging seminar led by shihan Ramil Gabasov took place. He showed the basic details of making the tatami.

“An important goal in conducting training camps is to train judges. If the referees are bad, the karatekas will also not be at the good level. Therefore, arbitrators should not violate the rules, should be correct. There will be changes. Until the KWU Youth World Championship in December this year we will adjust the rules with consultations to the heads of international organizations. This will not affect the coaches and the training of the competitors. Bulgarian judges are also good enough, objective. They must also be an example of knowledge, preparation.” said Shihan Ramil Gabasov for local media

Training seminar with the fighters was led by Sensei Zahari Damyanov, Sensei Alexandr Pichkunov, Sensei Sergey Plekhanov


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