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THE NORWEGIAN SUMMER CAMP KWF NORWAY
2017-07-01

The Norwegian summer camp for KWF Norway was arranged at Egersund on the south/west coast of Norway from June 23rd to June 26th.

The camp was a great success with 130 participants. KWF Norway is a young organization that is only 15 months old. With 130 participants and 12 instructors we could give more personal advice to all the participants.

This year we had the honor and great pleasure in having our dear President Shihan Loek Hollander attending the camp. This was a very special event. Shihan Loek Hollander instructed and also told stories from the time in Tokyo with Sosai Mas Oyama.

It is very important that the KWF members get to know some of the history from Sosais "son" Shihan Loek Hollander.

And as usual our guest instructor Shihan Antonio Pinero, 8 dan, from Spain attended the camp.

We also had the pleasure in having Shihan Fernando Perez, 6 dan, present. Shihan Fernando Perez is well known as head referee from KWFs championships.

Also we had the honor of having Shihan Paul Lorist, 5 dan, from Holland. Shihan Paul Lorist is responsible for the Papendal camp next week in Holland. And he is well known as a referee at KWFs championships.

Shihan Lars Hogquist was responsible for the technical part of the camp.

11 candidates made a new dan degree. With Godan as the highest this time

The feedback was very good from the participants.

The atmosphere was excellent and a lot of smiles were seen during the entire camp and many new techniques were taught to everyone. The children really enjoyed the training too.

And the food was excellent. Our KWF members seldom gain weight at a camp but this time I am sure they did!!

Welcome next year.

Lars Hogquist

 

 


KWF ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIP ASTANA 2017
2017-05-01

Between 21 and 22 April 2017 in the modern Metropolitan Hall in Astana, Kazakhstan, the KWF Asian Open Championship were held with the participation of nearly 550 competitors from 13 countries, including Japan, Russia, Iran, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. On April 20 an Open Leaders' Meeting was held as well as a Referee Course. Fighters under 18 competed on the first day, and fighters 18+ on the second day of the event. The opening of the Championship was made by KWF Secretary Andre Drewniak. Then the floor was taken by KWU Secretary Sergey Suvorov, KWU Director Ramil Gobbbasov and the President of Kazakhstan KWF Federation Irina Manzanova, who also represented Edem, the general sponsor of the Championship.

 Official observers were coaches of KWF National Team of Japan Noriyuki Tanaka, National Team of Russia Sergey Soldatov and National Team of Poland Robert Wajgelt. The main judge was shihan A. Drewniak and technical judge was shihan R. Gobbasov. Sayonara was organized in the Official Hotel. The Championship were organized by the Kazakh Kyokushinkai Federation led by shihan Muktar Juldasov in cooperation with the Ministry of the Sport and Culture of Kazakhstan.

     Opening ceremony                  Kumite                             Awards

  

                       Referee course and Sayonara            Sightseeing

 


SOSAI MASUTATSU OYAMA
2017-04-26


KWF GRAND PRIX TOKYO 2017
2017-03-26

The Open International Tournament KWF GRAND PRIX was organized in Tokyo on 26 March 2017 with 841 participants from 11 countries. Secretary General Andre Drewniak opened the tournament on behalf of the KWF. He congratulated the organizer Shihan Noriyuki Tanaka and also thanked all participants, coaches and judges representing many Kyokushin groups for coming from numerous distant countries. The popularity of the tournament is testimony to the idea of One World One Kyokushin. Shihan Andre Drewniak appealed on behalf of the former Uchi-deshi, namely President Loek Hollander, Vice President Antonio Pinero and his own to young fighters to cultivate Sosai Mas. Oyama's philosophy. He expressed his hope to meet next year in the same welcoming hall during the 2nd KWF World Championship.

Then took the floor the Secretary KWU Sergei Suvorov which realizing the program Time To Be United - invited to alliance Kyokushin within the framework of KWU and th- en presented a Japanese mask, which is a mascot of the coming KWU World Championship. After that Gasprom's representative handed over a memorial gift to Shihan N. Tanaka. At the end of the tournament Shihan A. Drewniak, Secretary Suvorov, Shihan N. Hamai and KWF Board Member D. Trifu were invited to give awards to winners. The organizer of GRAND PRIX was KWF Japan led by its Country Representative N. Tanaka.

GALLERY

   


KWU EUROPEAN CHILDREN AND JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS BERLIN 2017
2017-04-02

On March 18 2017 the KWU European Championships were held in Berlin with more than 500 competitors from 24 countries. The official opening of the European Championships was made by KWF Secretary Andre Drewniak who stressed validity of the championshipвЂTMs motto TIME TO BE UNITED and thanked all Kyokushin leaders of the united Kyokushin because thanks to them European and world Kyokushin events set new standards for the range and quality of events organization. Short speeches were also made by KWU Secretary Sergey Suvorov and KWU Director Ramil Gobbasov who emphasized positive aspects of unification and development prospects.

The main judge of the championship was Shihan Ramil Gobbasov from Russia who ran a seminar for more than 40 judges on Friday. The championships were held simultaneously on 6 mats in two combined twin Sports and Entertainment Halls. Medals were given by Shihan A. Drewniak and Secretary S. Suvorov. On Sunday, according to the program, participants visited Berlin and in the evening they attended a Sayonara Party. The organizer was the German Kyokushinkai Kan Organization led by sensei Alexei Demanov.


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