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Update: The 2nd KWU African Kyokushin Championship 2024

Namibia — September 28-29, 2024

The 2nd KWU African Kyokushin Championship is set to take place in Namibia, offering a remarkable opportunity for martial artists worldwide to come together. Organized by the Kyokushin World Union (KWU) in collaboration with the Kyokushin African Union (KAU) and the Namibia Full Contact Martial Arts Organization (NFCMAO), this prestigious event promises to showcase the finest in Kyokushin martial arts.

A Diverse Range of Competitors

The championship welcomes participants across various age groups and categories:

  • Boys and girls aged 14-15
  • Junior boys and girls aged 16-17
  • Men and women over 18
  • Veterans (men) aged 35 and above

Competitors will demonstrate their skills in kumite (sparring) weight categories, highlighting the discipline, strength, and spirit that define Kyokushin.

A Global Invitation

This event is not just a continental championship; it is an international celebration of Kyokushin. All international Kyokushin organizations are invited to participate, making this a truly inclusive gathering. Whether you are a seasoned competitor or a passionate supporter, the championship in Namibia is a chance to witness top-tier martial arts and experience the global Kyokushin community.

Key Details

  • Dates: September 28-29, 2024
  • Venue: Mercure Hotel Windhoek, Namibia
  • Organizers: KWU, KAU, NFCMAO
  • Registration Deadline: August 30, 2024

Namibia: A Perfect Host

Namibia, known for its stunning landscapes and rich cultural heritage, provides an ideal backdrop for this championship. Participants and spectators alike will have the opportunity to explore Namibia’s beauty while enjoying a high-caliber martial arts competition.

How to Register

To ensure your participation, complete your registration by August 30, 2024. Detailed registration information can be obtained through the official channels of KWU, KAU, and NFCMAO.

Updated Provisions

The provisions for the championship have been updated to enhance the experience for all participants. Key updates include:

The 2nd KWU African Kyokushin Championship in Namibia promises to be an unforgettable event. It will celebrate the spirit of Kyokushin and foster unity among martial artists from around the world.

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