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26th All Japan old new videos — nadin4eblog

1994 the 26th All Japan Open Championship. Many of the legendary profiles attended and fought each other on the tatami: Kenji Yamaki, Hiroki Kurosawa, Norchika Tsukamoto, Nicholas Pettas, Hajime Kazumi and more… Here is some new videos from Kyokushin Karate Youtube channel. Big Thank you! Big Osu!! Norichika Tsukamoto VS Hiroyuki Mogi Kenji Yamaki VS Norichika Tsukamoto Norichika Tsukamoto VS Yasuhiro Shichinohe […]

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Throwback Thursday – Sunrise Practice Training — Miami Shotokan Karate Club

One of our time-honored dojo traditions is our annual sunrise beach training in Key Biscayne. Because this event is coming up in just a little over a month, we thought we’d share some moments from last year’s event. In case you haven’t joined Miami Shotokan Karate Club for one of our beach practices, this year […]

via Throwback Thursday – Sunrise Practice Training — Miami Shotokan Karate Club

EC 2016 – Results — nadin4eblog

Adults Women -­50Kg 1 Violeta Litovska Bulgaria 2 Justina Sisaite Lithuania 3 Sandra Nowak Poland 3 Eider Cardenosa Spain Adults Women 50­-55Kg 1 Zsofia Szabo Hungary 2 Isis Pinilla Spain 3 Marta Lubos Poland 3 Veronika Nemeth Hungary Adults Women 55­-60Kg 1 Inga Mikstaite Lithuania 2 Gabija Gudeliauskaite Lithuania 3 Lidia Kormondi Hungary 3 Tamar […]

via EC 2016 – Results — nadin4eblog

Karate; Saleh International Female Open Karate Championship for June 2016 — Combats Corner

Sensei Bobby Bamgboye in Lagos said the Zainab Saleh International Female Open Karate Championship scheduled for June 2016 should be exciting for all karate-ka in Nigeria and neighboring countries

via Karate; Saleh International Female Open Karate Championship for June 2016 — Combats Corner

Team Russia & Team Bulgaria for the 2nd KWU World championship

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Team Russia

Men

  • Armenyan Sergey / -60kg Royama/Kan
  • Marcel Mansurov / -65kg IFK
  • Artur Krymov / -70kg IFK
  • Svyatoslav Yerenkov / -75kg WKO
  • Yevgeniy Agapov / -80kg WKO
  • Igor Ryadnov / -85kg IFK
  • Andrey Uleschenko / -90kg Royama/Kan
  • Nikolai Maslennikov / -95kg IFK
  • Samodurov Vasil / +95kg Royama/Kan

Women

  • Anna Virabyan / -55kg WKO
  • Fattakhova Guzel / -60kg KWF
  • Sabaeva Angelica / -65kg IFK
  • Irina Kryazheva / -70kg IFK
  • Tatiana Gendik / +70kg Royama/Kan

Team Bulgaria*

Men

  • Nikolov Dilyan  -60
  • Shen Berkdzhan -65
  • Komanov Ivan -70
  • Bratkov Deyan -75
  • Yorgov Nikolay -80
  • Komanov Alexander -85
  • Martinov Petar -90
  • Yanev Yordan -95
  • Georgiev Hristo +95

Women

  • Boycheva Stanislava -55
  • Kostova Iya -60
  • Ivanova Mihaela -65

* All fighters are from Bulgarian Kyokushin-kan federation. Info by Prolet Vasileva – General Secretary of BKKF

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What is Karate?

An uncertain path

The above video is of the highlights of a kumite competition, with the rather disingenuous title of karate knockouts. The video is of a non-contact variation of competition kumite, and the “knockouts” are not what one could consider definitive. They are merely blows which have been received which were harder, and more intense, than expected or trained for by the competitors and resulted in something closer to a slip than a knockout.

I would like the reader to note three things on viewing:

  1. The Music.
  2. What type of action has been selected for this highlight reel?
  3. The Title.

Ultimately, the combination of all three comes to try and sell an idea of intensity and danger regarding this style of competition. It also robs the viewer of what can be tantalising about the style of competition; the opportunity for the display of techniques, strategising to maximise one’s effectiveness within the rules…

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