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International tournament for the "Black Sea" for juniors and cadets, Burgas 28.06.2014
       În 28.06.2014 in the “Boicho Branzov” hall in Burgas was held the International tournament for the “Cherno More”cup in Shinkyokushin karate for juniors and kadets. In the competition, which was organized perfectly by the hosts, took part karatekas from five countries – Hungary, Romania, Ukraine, Croatia and Bulgaria.
     Among them were many young talents of the Bulgarian Karate Shinkyokushin Federation from clubs of the whole country, in which were also a part of the competitors of the National teams for juniors and kadets.
     An exceptionally strong performance was made by the competitors of SC “Kyokushin” Shumen /with chairman Stoian Obretenov – II dan /, who won 3 gold, 3 silver and 3 bronze medals.
          Champions are:
     1. Ivelina Petrova in the juniors 55kg category, who won her final match against Ivelina Ivancheva of SC “Tornado” Pazardzhik with avasete ippon after excellently placed djodan mawashi geri and chudan mae geri. As well as the first place in the category, she also was unanimously awarded the prize for the best technique in this age group.
     2. Dzhaner Shukri in the kadets 65kg category, who in his semifinal defeated Damian Dimitrov of ASKC “Trakia” Plovdiv and in his final decisively won against his Ukrainian opponent, Taras Skorik.
     3. Kaan Shukri in the kadets, 50kg category.
          Silver medalists became:
     1. Gunai Galibov in kadets
     2. Roberto Vasilev In kadets
     3. Nesrin Nezhdet in kadets, who won her semifinal match by ippon with chudan mawashi geri.
          Bronze medals were earned by:
     1. David Aleksanyan in kadets, who won his first match by ippon with shita ski.
     2. Aleksandar Stanchev in juniors.
     3. Kaloian Georgiev in juniors
     Petar Aleksandrov also performed very well in juniors, missing out on joining the medalists by very little.
     The competitors of SC “Kyokushin” Shumen were able to take part in International tournament for the “Cherno More”cup in Shinkyokushin karate for juniors and kadets thanks to the timely help of the Municipality of Shumen.
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Exam higher technical degree / kyu /, Shumen on 20.06.2014
       On 20.06.2014 SC “Kyokushin” Shumen was host to an exam for a higher level of technique /kyu/ in Shinkyokushin karate. 100 karatekas of Shumen, Novi Pazar, Veliki Preslav and Tzarev Brod underwent this difficult challenge, with 67 of the fighters representing Shumen’s club.
     The exam committee was as follows:
     Sensei Dimitar Trampov – IV dan /many awards from European championships/, sensei Daniel Dimitrov – III dan, senpai Stoian Obretenov – II dan and senpai Ivan Bezus – II dan.
     The exam contained the three main components of Shinkyokushin karate – kihon, kata and kumite, as well as incredibly difficult physical test.
     All participants successfully passed, showing great technical growth, strong fighting spirit and excellent physical conditioning.
     The competitors of SC “Kyokushin” Shumen continue their preparation for the upcoming International tournament for the “Cherno More” cup in Shinkyokushin karate for juniors and kadets, which will take place on 28.06.2014 in Burgas.
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European Championship for juniors, men and women - kumite and kata, Baku Azerbaijan 2014
       On 30-31.05.2014 in Baku, Azerbaijan was held the European championship in Shinkyokushin karate for juniors, men and women in kumite and kata. The competitors of Bulgaria’s National team made a strong performance, winning 1 gold, 4 silver and 1 bronze medals.
      The event ended with Valeri Dimitrov’s 13th European title.
     The star of Bulgaria’s karate went through four rounds and decisively showed his class, technique and fighting spirit.

     Our other representative in the 90kg category was Vasil Vangelov, who reached a final against Dimitrov for the second year in a row. We can proudly call this the “bulgarian” category now.

     The juniors also performed well. Hristian Todorov, Krasimira Mireva and Darina Mihova all won silver in kumite and Denitza Georgieva won bronze in kata.

     Shumen’s young national competitor Ivelina Petrova fought very well in this European event, reaching fifth place in the juniors 55kg category by winning her first match by vazaari with chudan hidza geri, defeating Mesimova Bahar of Azerbaijan, but due to the bad organization of the event she was called for her next match ten minutes after getting of the tatami, having to fight still tired against Barusaite Rima of Litva.

     The Litovian fighter would go on to win the category, but the match between her and our karateka showed that on a better day Shumen’s fighter could have won.

     This was a very close and equal match, the deciding factor being that this was Barusaite Rima’s first match and she had accumulated no fatigue, being more active in the last 20 seconds and swaying the judges’ decision in her favor.

     The competitors of SC “Kyokushin” Shumen continue their preparation for the International Tournament for the “Cherno More” cup, which will take place in Burgas on 28.06.2014.
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