Tag: European championship

IFK Kyokushin European Open Championship 2018

IFK Kyokushin European Open Championship 2018

OFFICIAL INFORMATION LETTER IFK Kyokushin European Open Championship among children, girls, youths and juniors, men and women in weight categories Date: 7-8 April, 2018 Place: Armenia, Yerevan, “MIKA” sports complex, str. Manandyan , 41 building Organizer: Ministry of sport and youth affairs of the Republic of Armenia and Armenian Kyokushin karate federation Principal Judge: Alex […]

The quickest fight and knockout of the 1st European Championship in Kyokushin Karate (WKB)

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On 1st European championship of newest Kyokushin Organization – WKB – one of the fastest fights ended by knockout, was a semifinal bout in the category -90 kg – Alexander Drozd, Dmitry Saveliev Sensei’ student, knocked the karateka from Spain. The fight lasted 30 seconds. Video by Kyokushin Karate Portal and here you can see full results

EC Denmark 2017 – video, video, video

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Olivier Vity again surprise us with great videos from European championship Denmark 2017. You can watch very good fights on video from different view. One of the fights is Men -65 kg Andrei Zinchenko (aka) vs. Bohdan Lemishko (shiro) when on 5:57 we, I mean we on Live stream saw Waza-ari, but the Judges… they did not saw. And as I […]

EC Denmark 2017 – pictures, pictures, pictures

European championship was held in Roskilde, Denmark over week ago and passions still not fade. Respectively they are fueled with the photos that were made by some of the best Kyokushin photographers that I know. It is difficult to choose, but here are the most touching pictures and links to the albums in Facebook. Thank […]

EC 2017 – I saw good tournament… but (updated)

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When I see something good, I have to say it. So I saw a very good organized tournament, everything starting on schedule and looks really nice on live video. But… there is always “but”. . . Disappointment of the draw stayed long in my soul. Why didn’t they change it? Because they’re afraid of change. […]