The sea capital of Varna will once again host meetings between elite fighting stars and Bulgarian and foreign combat sports competitors in December when the last training camp of the year will be held by the Professional League of the Kyokushin World Union (KWU).
Accommodation and training costs of the participants are covered by the organizer. The master classes will take place in one of the best sports complexes in Varna – the prestigious sports center “SENSHI Gym” in the period between December 1st and 4th.
During the upcoming camp in Varna, the participants will have the opportunity to train together and learn the universal fighting style of the General Secretary of the Kyokushin World Union (KWU) Shihan Aleksandr Pitchkounov, a medalist of K-1 Grand Prix tournaments. Also, Yusuke Fujii Sensei will join the team of instructors. He’s a Winner of the 4th, 6th, and 7th All-Japan Kyokushin-kan Karate Championships. Including All-Japan weight classes, he has won a total of six All-Japan championships. Sensei Jan Soukup will also take part in the training camp. The “Czech Samurai” won 2nd place 9th Kyokushin World Open 2007, he is European Champion, All Japan Tournament winner, and Yangame’s Fight Night Heavyweight champion.
Instructors within the training camp will also be Sensei Zahari Damyanov – absolute world champion in Kyokushin karate, as well as Sensei Petar Martinov – world and European champion in Kyokushin karate. Both are also coaches of the national Kyokushin karate team.
藤井脩祐 Yusuke Fujii Sensei – Winner of the 4th, 6th, and 7th All Japan Kyokushin-kan Karate Championships. Including All-Japan weight classes, he has won a total of six All-Japan championships.
Sensei Jan Soukup “Czech Samurai” – his first noteworthy accomplishment was a third-place finish at the European Kyokushin Championships in 2003 and he followed this by winning the All-Japan Kyokushin Championships the next year. After finishing as runner-up in the European Championships and in third place in the European Open in 2005, Soukup had his most successful year in 2007 when he won the European Championships and lost to Ewerton Teixeira in the final of the 9th Kyokushin World Open.
Sensei Petar Martinov – Currently is a coach of the Bulgarian Kyokushin national team. In 2014 Sensei Martinov became the World champion in Kyokushin Karate (over 90 kg). As a competitor, has brought much joy and medals from international competitions, including the European title in the super heavyweight category.
Sensei Zahari Damyanov – In 2015, he wrote his name in golden letters in the history of Kyokushin karate, winning the toughest and most prestigious competition in Japan – the World Championship without categories. He’s also 4-times American Absolute champion and 4-times European champion.