Tag: KWUchamp

Thoughts before European championship Berlin 2017

I was invited by Mr. Sergey Suvorov and Kyokushin World Union – KWU to cover social media European Championship for Children in Berlin. The championship will be on March 18, Saturday. 551 athletes from 24 European countries will compete in 2 halls on 6 tatamis. It will be a little crazy day, but we love […]

Fighters of the Year 2016

Kyokushin Results website published an annual ranking of fighters from around the world and all federations, organizations – large or small. In the men’s top 100, while for women’s top 30. Now comes the best: fighter of the year! Two WKO Shinkyokushinkai fighters they declared as the best for 2016: Khassay Magomedov (Russia) and Szepesi Csenge (Hungary). Congratulations! Osu!  Here […]

“Because it’s 2015″*

Please do not take this as a feminist speech! Read words as they are. Recent months have been filled with so much emotion around large international tournaments. The Kyokushin Women page paid attention to a difference in the size of the trophy for men and women. This has been the way for a long time, but recently the new […]

Why Martial Artists Are The Most Awesome People

The longer you practice Martial Arts, the more changes you see in yourself: mental, physical, spiritual, emotional changes — and before you realize it, you’ve become a completely different person. You are now ready to take on any challenge life throws at you. This is what makes martial arts and those who practice it so […]

KWU on the 11th World Karate championship

On the 4th of October, 2015 in Khabarovsk, Russia KWU & WKO signed an Agreement of cooperation and the first result of this alliance was witnessed at the 2nd KWUchamp. Now we will watch the biggest championship in the Open category (without category), which is held every 4 years since 1975 – The 11th World karate championship October 31 – […]

Agreement to work together between KWU & WKO

KYOKUSHIN KARATE: TIME TO BE UNITED! On the 4th of October, 2015 in Khabarovsk, Russia there was a signing of the Agreement of cooperation among Kyokushin World Union (KWU) and World Karate Organization Shinkyokushinkai (WKO).  One of the main aims of cooperation is the promotion of karate to the international Olympic movement. The arrangement of […]