Federation Bulgarian Karate Shinkyokushin Has the honor to invite you to
BLACK SEA CUP 2018 for Juniors and Kadets Kumite
2nd June,2018 Burgas, Bulgaria.
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The 3rd KWU World Championship are history, we will now take a look at the men`s divisions. Nine world champion tittles was on the line,and there was several interesting profiles from the different nations. Many of the fighters have been incredible active, and been fighting all over the world in many open, European and World tournaments. Could they reach their peak at this tournament?
The 3rd KWU World Championship are history, we will first take a look at the women`s divisions. One of the most impressing things must be how the little country Lithuania can produce so many, and so high level professional fighters. Other thoughts is in the opposite direction, with this professional level from Russia, Lithuania – is so that we are going in a direction so professional that it will exclude the regular participant?
The championship of Shinkyokushin Russia was recently held, athletes from 33 regions of the country. The most known and strongest profiles did once again take their tittle, but many interesting new names come up on the podium. Some changes during the categories as well, as Nazar Nasirov went from light heavyweight to super heavyweight this time..
The 3rd KWU World Championship is coming up, once again held in Russia. As before the setting is very professional, the hype is big and the event is well covered. It is assumed there will be 55 nations, divided among nine men’s classes and six women’s classes. Everything is done for an unforgettable championship…
The Danish winter camp 2018 – 26-28 January! Continue reading
We brought together some videos of various fights that we like to watch. We can already tell you that there will be no knock out`s – maybe a waza-ari or two, but no K.O. To be frank we get a little bit tired from time to time of all the “best of” collections with half the time of the videos we actually are looking on unconscious people. We choose to set this a bit on the edge, of course, but the point is, there’s so much more in a very good and hard fight than “just” decision on who will win the fight.
The Danish fight camp have a great tradition, and can offer all that you want as an active Full Contact fighter, coach or “Dojo fighter” The camp are put together perfect by Sensei Mathias Halberg, and his crew. At this camp the “feel-good focus” are one of the major factor. And anyone who have been training hard and much, knows how important this is. This year’s guest instructor will be Shihan Koen Scharrenberg from Holland.
The camp have usually national teams from several countries supported by a solid number of Happy Camper`s – Dojo fighters!