To have a summer camp in these days are not easy, and for many it means no camp at all this year. But some manage to push it trough. During this Covid-19 period the most of all activities has been locked down, and specially the tournaments and larges camps. The Polish camp this year gathered 140 participants in the beautiful European Budo Center – Dojo Stara Wieś, to train and go trough belt examination.
The organizer, WKO Poland Branch, with PFKS, President Remigiusz Karpinski in the lead, had a very strong top line of instructors to the sessions, and sensors to the exam. Poland got many of the top level practitioners to fill in, and besides that also guest instructor from Germany, Muzaffer Bacak. Bacak together with another top fighter Maciej Mazur, was headlining the event, and for sure giving the camp top fight instructions.
We mention the exam, and to be tested one had to be carefully evaluated by the PFKS Examination Committee: Remigiusz Karpiński 6th dan, Eugeniusz Dadzibug 6th dan, Bogdan Lubos 5th dan, Marek Krejpcio 5th dan, Mariusz Mazur 5th dan, Wojciech Radziewicz 5th dan.
It is very important to keep the activity up – but of course: safety first. With the activity going, the level is maintained and the development continues. And in these times it surly will motivate those of us that (at the time) can not attend or organize camps or similar events.