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World Cup Varna 2024 Unites Young Kyokushin Karate Talents Globally

The 2024 World Cup Varna is set to unite budding talents in the realm of Kyokushin karate once again. Scheduled for July 2, this prestigious event caters to juniors and cadets aged 14 to 21, drawing participants from across the globe. Held annually during the international summer martial arts camp in Kamchia, Bulgaria, the Varna Cup serves as a beacon of skill and commitment, showcasing the prowess of young athletes on an international stage.

With a storied legacy, the Varna Cup stands as a pillar of the Kyokushin karate community, embodying values of excellence, sportsmanship, and cultural exchange. This year’s edition promises not only fierce competition but also opportunities for personal growth and camaraderie. Building upon the success of previous camps, the event offers a diverse array of competitions tailored to different age groups and skill levels.

Participants can anticipate a challenging yet rewarding experience, complete with the chance to learn from seasoned instructors, compete against top-tier opponents, and forge lasting bonds. The accolades for champions and runners-up in various age categories underscore the prestige of the event, with medals, diplomas, and cups awaiting the top performers.

Notably, the prize fund for winners in the 18–21 age category boasts significant rewards, with substantial cash prizes for both male and female champions. Accommodation, meals, and airport transfers are provided for competitors, along with support from organizational representatives and coaches.

The prizes relative to places on the men’s podium are:

  • 1st place – 5 000 euro
  • 2nd place – 3 500 euro
  • 3rd place – 2 000 euro
  • 4th place – 1 000 euro

The monetary prizes for the female winners are also very high:

  • 1st place – 3 500 euro
  • 2nd place – 2 500 euro
  • 3rd place – 1 500 euro
  • 4th place – 1 000 euro

As excitement builds for the 2024 Varna Cup, prospective participants can access further details and registration information via the provided link. The countdown to this pinnacle event in the Kyokushin karate calendar has begun, promising an unforgettable showcase of talent and determination.


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