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Report of 2nd Kyokushin-kan European Championships

The 2nd European Kyokushin-kan Championships was held successfully with participation of Kancho Royama on Sep 27 & 28, 2008 in Moscow Martial Arts Center.

Totally 23 countries including Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Britain, France, Germany, Holland, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Ukraine, France, Sweden, South Africa, and Japan took part in the championships with their top fighters.Euro2008 (13)

Sensei Mohammad Qahar Azadani who was representing our country in 80 Kg weight category division had his first fight with Armenian fighter named Gushchyan Artyom. Fortunately, Sensei Qahar won his first fight very easily with a Wazari. The second fight of sensei Qahar was with Kazakhstan country which is a powerful country in Kyokushin Karate and has really very famous tough fighters. Sensei Qahar and Kazakhstan fighter named Zhumagatiyev Erbol had the first 3 minutes round of their fight equal and the second round was 2 minutes that ended to another equal decision with a strange announcement as the Kazakhstan judge gave his vote to Erbol, Russian judge gave his vote to Afghanistan fighter, and the other two judges declared Ekawake. Therefore, the main referee had no choice but to announce the final decision as equal and directed the fighters for weight difference checking. As a result, Kazakhstan fighter was 3 kg lighter than Afghanistan fighter; and the final decision was announced to the benefit of Erbol, Kazakhstan fighter. The next fight that Erbol had was with the World Champion, Shamsudin Abdurashidov, and he lost the fight as expected.

Thanks to Sensei Qahar for his bravery of participating in such a big tournament. We hope, his experience in this tournament along with his previous championships’ achievements and his hard trainings help Afghanistan to present a powerful team in the next World Championship of Kyokushin-kan International in October 2-4, 2009, Budapest.

Proudly, we can say that participating in the 2nd European Kyokushin-kan Championships was with no doubt a big success for Afghanistan.

 

Results of 2nd European Kyokushin-kan Championships:

 

MEN’S KUMITE – 70  

1

Hisihaji Hasuev Russia, Kyokushin-kan

2

Astemir Beslaneev Russia, Kyokushin-kan

3

Ruslan Ilyasov Azerbaijan, Kyokushin-kan

 

– 80  

1

Arsen Khachatryan Russia, IFK

2

Shamsudin Abdurashidov Russia, Kyokushin-kan

3

Alexey Mezhevtsov Russia, IFK

 

– 90  

1

Dmitry Saveliev Russia, IFK

2

Mitsaev Magomed Russia, Kyokushin-kan

3

Sergej Osipov Russia, Kyokushin-kan

 

+ 90  

1

Timur Gastashev Russia, Kyokushin-kan

2

Artur Tilov Russia, IFK

3

Alexander Ibragimov Russia, IFK
WOMEN’S KUMITE – 55  

1

Badina Ahkubekova Russia, Kyokushin-kan

2

Svetlana Berezova Russia, IFK

3

Madina Gasanova Russia, Kyokushin-kan
  – 65  

1

Olga Sorokina Russia, IFK

2

Alexandra Butusova Russia, Kyokushin-kan

3

Natalia Koshlina Russia, IFK
  + 65  

1

Maria Panova Russia, IFK

2

Svetlana Buharova Russia, Kyokushin-kan

3

Maria Afanasyeva Russia, IFK
MEN’S KATA    

1

Mikhail Grachev Russia, Kyokushin-kan

2

Alexander Makeev Russia, Kyokushin-kan

3

Denis Troshin Russia, Kyokushin-kan
WOMEN’S KATA    

1

Natalia Demchenko Russia, Kyokushin-kan

2

Lubov Miloserdova Russia, Kyokushin-kan

3

Irina Skovorodnikova Russia, Kyokushin-kan
MEN’S BEST TAMESHIWARI Sergej Melyuk – 25 boards Russia, Kyokushin-kan
WOMEN’S BEST TAMESHIWARI Alexandra Butusova – 13 boards Russia, Kyokushin-kan
BEST TECHNIQUE Shamsudin Abdurashidov Russia, Kyokushin-kan
BEST SPIRIT Artur Tilov Russia, IFK
SHORTEST FIGHT Astemir Beslaneev Russia, Kyokushin-kan

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