The Far Eastern branch of Kyokushin Profi International Union held summer training camp. The training camp took place from 1 to 11 August in Primorsky Krai, Livadiya village. More than one hundred and forty people from Amur, Sakhalin, Novosibirsk, Chelyabinsk Regions, Krasnoyarsk, Khabarovsk and Primorsky Territories gathered to improve their karate skills at the Sea of Japan. The training camp was held under the leadership of the President of Kyokushin Profi International Union shihan Anatolii Fesenko, sensei Andrey Kondratyev and senpai Konstantin Khakhulin, as well as the representative of the Moscow branch of Kyokushin Profi sensei Viktor Gorn was invited to the training camp. Victor is an honored trainer of Kyokushin Profi International Union, the champion of the Balkan countries, Europe, and the winner of the World Cup. Furthermore, Victor has brought up the champions of Russia, Europe and the World Championships.
Every camp’s day included three 2 hours trainings.
The culmination of the camp was the exam for kyu and dan ranks.
68 athletes participated in the exam for kyu rank and 18 people participated in the black belt master’s rank exam.
Successfully passed examination for the first dan black belt:
Potemkin Vladimir (Krasnoyarsk city)
Rastvortsev Denis (Zeya city)
Batyreva Svetlana (Svobodny city)
Osipenko Andrei (Magdagachi village)
Torshin Roman (Blagoveshchensk city)
Vshivkov Sergey (Belogorsk city)
Skorokhodov Alexander (Krasnoyarsk city)
Tarashchanskiy Mikhail (Krasnoyarsk city)
For the second dan black belt:
Goropashnyi Leonid (Blagoveshchensk city)
Shkurakova Valentina (Nevelsk city)
Nozhenko Pavel (Novosibirsk city)
For the third dan black belt:
Varapaev Artem (Blagoveshchensk city)
Katsan Evgenii (Blagoveshchensk city)
Krainov Vasilii (Tsiolkovsky city)
Ostapenko Aleksei (Tsiolkovsky city)
For the fourth dan black belt:
Zemlyanov Aleksandr (Svobodny city)
We sincerely congratulate athletes on improving their ranks!
Kyokushin Profi – the best learn from the best!