Tag: World Championship

IFK WORLD TOURNAMENT 2017 – final countdown

ifk final countdown

The 5th IFK World championship will be one of biggest tournament for this year! And final countdown began… The registration of teams is over on time and we can see very familiar names on fighters lists. This championship will be test for WKO fighters who will participate on the 6th World weight championship in Kazakhstan on July 1-2 this […]

THE DRAW for the 6th WKO World weight championship 2017

The FINAL draw is ready and WKO published on their website. Please read the statement why the draw is change. 1. Men Heavyweight: WKO received a report that Mr. Valeri Dimitrov will not be able to participate in the Men Heavyweight Category, due to an injury he sustained during the European Championship (in Denmark) in […]

IFK WORLD TOURNAMENT 2017

IFK World Championships are tournaments with history. See here…The 1st IFK World Weight – 1997, Moscow, Russia; The 2nd IFK World Weight Category Championships – 2002, Valencia, Spain;  The 3rd IFK World – 2005, London, England; The 4th IFK World – 2013, Crawley, England and now The 5th IFK Kyokushin World Championship will be held on May 27-28, 2017 in […]

KENJI MIDORI, CREATION OF THE WORLD KYOKUSHIN ORGANISATION

I found this article and because there is some mistake, I decided to copy on my blog, not to share from original website as is normal. Here is full text with little edit: Kenji Midori was born in April 18th 1962 in the city of Setenay in entrepreneurial family of Amami, Oshima island. He grew in […]

My second karate weekend

After the European Championships in Sofia, I was in Varna for the World Youth championship. Weather in Varna was nice and we all had the opportunity for short walks and some senseis even bathed in a hot mineral water spring and then immediately into the cold waters of the Black Sea. But because they are […]

Karate quotes of the week

Sensei Valeri Dimitrov says:   *To accept karate not as a sport, but as an art, only in this way you can train it your whole life. *Expectations lead to disappointments, so I don’t have any. To make the best possible training and to give the utmost. Result is not the most important thing, important […]