EC 2018 Shinkyokushin – It`s on! (-75)

In just one week, the European Championship Shinkyokushin will be held in Poland! As mention before, adding new categories has not only increased the number of athletes in the tournament – but we are looking forward to some new match up between fighters that has been in separate categories previous years. Some of the strong profiles are retired, but we are also very happy to see the next generation really steps up! And of course some “immortal” are still going strong!

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EC 2018 Shinkyokushin – It`s on! (-85)

In just one and a half week, the European Championship Shinkyokushin will be held in Poland! As mention before, adding new categories has not only increased the number of athletes in the tournament – but we are looking forward to some new match up between fighters that has been in separate categories previous years. Some of the strong profiles are retired, but we are also very happy to see the next generation really steps up! And of course some “immortal” are still going strong!

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EC 2018 Shinkyokushin – It`s on! (-95)

In just one and a half week, the European Championship Shinkyokushin will be held in Poland! As mention before, adding new categories has not only increased the number of athletes in the tournament – but we are looking forward to some new match up between fighters that has been in separate categories previous years. Some of the strong profiles are retired, but we are also very happy to see the next generation really steps up! And of course some “immortal” are still going strong!

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EC 2018 Shinkyokushin – It`s on! (+95)

In just one and a half week, the European Championship Shinkyokushin will be held in Poland! As mention before, adding new categories has not only increased the number of athletes in the tournament – but we are looking forward to some new match up between fighters that has been in separate categories previous years. Some of the strong profiles are retired, but we are also very happy to see the next generation really steps up! And of course some “immortal” are still going strong!

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Kyokushin Open Norway – all in!

This Saturday, 14th April, the Kyokushin Open Norway was held. The expectations was growing after strong nations as Lithuania, Sweden and Italy made their entry. The tournament made a significant lift from previous years, and during the day we could see strong international Full Contact fighting, which contains all that one wants a tournament to have! Lithuanian was expected to reach top possessions, but Sweden and Italy had some other plans..

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NKO klare for EM 2018

11og 12 Mai avholdes Europamesterskapet i Polen. Shinkyokushin EM avholdes hver vår da i vektklasser og i Kata. Senior og eldste Juniorklassen. (16/17) Hver høst er det U-21,U-16 og U-14 EM samt “Open weight” for senior dame/herre. Shinkyokushin EM holder skyhøyt nivå, og i startfeltet finner man utøvere som har tatt EM/VM titler i et flertall forbund rundt om i verden. Størrelsemessig er det få hvis noen som er større.

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ROMANIAN INTERNATIONAL OPEN CUP 2018

Romanian International open Cup 2018

The beautiful city of SIBIU, European Cultural capital in 2007, will be the host for this competition. The city has an international airport and with it’s Historic center, Gothic arcades and Renaissance houses is common destination for tourists.

The competition will be open to all Organizations and will include Kumite and Kata events for Children, U16, U18 and U21 competitors as well as +35 Master competitors.

Guidelines and info..

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EC Shinkyokushin 2018 – continues to grow!

In 2015, last time the EC was held in Poland, the line up had 150 senior fighters. Now the Shinkyokushin EC have expanded even more, After good growth it has become natural to add more categories, and with that the number of performers has also increased. And keeping it to the European region makes it makes it easy to measure when it comes to growth. The Eastern Europe countries has always been strong, but also others are making significant progress..

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Kyokushin Open 2018 – Shaping up!

INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATION: kyokushin.open.norway@gmail.com The categories are starting to shape up nicely, and one can expect some last minutes registration – as always! Lithuania, France, Italy, Sweden and of course Norway are ready! Norway filling in their Norwegian champions to test their skills against highly respected international fighters who participate in the tournament!

The goal of the tournament is to spread, and lift the Fullcontact karate in Norway, in that focus all participation is highly appreciated.

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