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Exam higher technical degree / kyu / Shumen on 25.01.2013
       On 25.01.2013 SC "Kyokushin" Shumen was host to an exam for a higher level of technique /kyu/ in Shinkyokushin karate. This difficult endeavor was underwent by around 80 karatekas from Shumen, Novi Pazar, Veliki Preslav and Tzarev Brod, 65 of which were from Shumen.
     The examiners were:
Shihan Georgi Popov - V dan / Technical director of the Bulgarian Karate Shinkyokushin Federation, coach of the National team for men and women and branch manager for Bulgaria /, sensei Valeri Dimitrov - III dan / two-time world and eleven-time european champion /, senpai Daniel Dimitrov - II dan, senpai Stoian Obretenov - II dan, senpai Ivan Bezus - I dan.
     The exam covered the three basic components of Shinkyokushin karate - kihon, kata and kumite, as well as an incredibly hard physical examination. All participants passed, showing great technical growth, strong fighting spirit and excellent physical preparation.
     At the end of next week Shumen's karatekas were the guests of SC "Bushido" Nesebar, where there was a combined training session for the competitors of Shumen, Nesebar and Burgas under the leadership of sensei Hristo Terziev - III dan / coach of the Junior National team /. THe event was focused on sparring and is a part fo the preparation of the three clubs' karatekas for the upcoming National competitions for juniors, men and women, with which starts the Bulgarian Karate Shinkyokushin Federation's sports calendar. Time flew as training went by in friendly spirit and hearty atmosphere. The instructors and competitors of the clubs exchanged valuable experience and everyone wished eachother luck on the tatami during the new competitive year.
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Kumite seminar Novi Pazar on 12.01.2013
       On 12.01.2013 in Novi Pazar took place a kumite seminar in Shinkyokushin karate for men and women, seniors and kadets, in which participated the competitors of SC "Kyokushin" Shumen and its branches in Veliki Preslav and Tzarev Brod, SC "Kyokushin" Novi Pazar and SC "Russe" Russe.
     During the first of the two training sessions for the day the competitors were divided by age groups and categories and the focus was on sparring and conditional fight. During the second the young talents of the clubs of norhteastern Bulgaria worked mainly on combinations of sparring technique in twos and with gear, also noting on main aspects of physical conditioning.
     The kumite seminar was lead by sensei Rumen Kalinov - III dan, senpai Daniel Dimitrov - II dan, senpai Stoian Obretenov - II dan and senpai Ivan Bezus - I dan. Training went by in friendly spirits and hearty atmosphere as time flew by. The instructors and competitors of the clubs exchanged valuable experience and everyone wished eachother luck on the tatami during the new competitive year.
     The competitors of SC "Kyokushin" Shumen continue their preparation for the upcoming National competitions in Shinkyokushin karate for seniors, men and women, with which starts the sports calendar of the Bulgarian Karate Shinkyokushin Federation.
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Awarded by Bulgarian National Karate Federation, Sofia 12.2012 yrs
      On 14.12.2012 at 12:30 in the Pressclub Bulgaria - National stadium "Vasil Levski" began the General meeting of the National Bulgarian Karate Federation.
     Before that on the official pressconference was held a ceremony, during which were announced the club standings for competitions of the National Sports Calendar in 2012, the best karatekas and the best coaches.
     For WKO - Shinkyokushinkai in the club standings first place went to ASKC "Trakia" Plovdiv, second is for SC "Kyokushin" Shumen and third for SC "Bushido" Nesebar.
     The best karatekas are:
     1.Sensei Valeri Dimitrov III dan - ASKC "Trakia" Plovdiv, who became the european champion in men in the absolute category for the eleventh time.
     2.Ianitza Stefanova - ASKC "Trakia" Plovdiv - second place in European championship U-22
     3.Vasil Vangelov - ASKC "Trakia" Plovdiv - bronze medal from European championship U-22
     4.Lachezar Dimitrov - SC "Bushido" Nesebar - bronze medal from European championship U-22
     The best coaches are:
     Shihan Georgi Popov - V dan /Technical director of the Bulgarian Karate Kyokushin Federation, coach of the National men and women team and branch manager for Bulgaria/,
     Sensei Hristo Terziev - III dan, coach of the National team for seniors
     Sensei Daniel Dimitrov - II dan, senior instructor of SC "Kyokushin" Shumen
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