A lot of happy faces, enthusiasm, sunny weather, and sea breeze kicked-off the 14th annual KWU International Summer Camp in Kamchia, Bulgaria. Despite the current complicated situation due to the coronavirus pandemic which led to the postponement of numerous sporting events across the globe, the Bulgarian Karate Kyokushin Federation and the Kyokushin world Union managed to get it done once again. Over 600 fighters from 14 countries have touched down in Bulgaria in order to participate in this year’s camp. As the tradition goes, the first training session started by dawn with the opening Kyokushin training session. After that, the organizers conducted a couple of Technical seminars before the KWU World Youth Cup (18-21 years) which is scheduled to take place on August 18. Iaido session and KWU International Professional League seminar took place under the guidance of kickboxing greats Peter Aerts and Semmy Schilt.