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Kyokushin World champion Zahari Damyanov is moved to Kyokushin-kan

A Kyokushin summer camp under the sponsorship of the Bulgarian branch of Kyokushin-kan is being held in Varna, Bulgaria from July 3rd to 10th. Hatsuo Royama, Yusuke Fujii, Masaki Fujii, and others from Kyokushin-kan in Japan participated in the camp.

Zahari Damyanov, who is a world champion of Kyokushin-kaikan last year, has shown up at the venue. A special karate site got hold of information and reported in the middle of last month (June) that  Damyanov might have transferred from Kyokushin-kaikan to Kyokushin-kan. He first made an official appearance.

Translation from Japanese Shihan Noriyuki Tanaka


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