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Welcome to the 2-nd European Fullcontact Karate Camp 2019
May 31/ June 2, 2019 at Butgenbach, Belgium
We’re very happy to invite you to the 2nd European Fullcontact Karate Camp 2019. Participants from all organizations are welcome, starting from the age of 12. The camp is a collaboration between all Fullcontact Karate Organizations and styles to give our students the chance to train to each other and to enjoy the power of unification, osu!
The Belgian Fullcontact Karate Spring Camp will take place at Butgenbach (Belgium).
Wellcome to 2-nd European Fullcontact Karate Camp 2019!
Registration is now open. Click on Reservation and fill in the form. You will receive an confirmation via email. The registration will only be done if we got the total payment. Early booking before March 10, will have a discount of 15 EURO. Registration deadline is May 10, 2019.
Worriken 9, B-4750 Bütgenbach
Worriken is a holiday resort with different possibilities.
The bungalows are big houses for about 50 persons in different rooms. On the basements you will find toilets and showers. The wooden houses are directly near the lake and have 1 room with double bed and 1 room with 3 single beds. There is a small kitchen, a living room and toilet and shower. The sporthouse is a building with big twin rooms with own toilet and shower.
In all accommodations the following things are included: All meals from Friday evening till Sunday lunch, two nights in chosen accommodation, towels and blankets, a great EFKC – warrior T-shirt, all trainings from top instructors and a never give up Sayonara party.
You can download the following information and application forms from here:
Criteria: Documentation required by the Technical Grading Committee Branch Chief or / and Country Representative:
The following documents are to be sent to Technical Grading Committee at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications: 10, May 2019
After receiving the above documents from Branch Chief/Country Representative, The Technical Grading Committee will assess the applications and information, and inform host and the branch chiefs of countries who have proposed/recommended students, the number of students who will attend exam/grading.
The Technical Grading Committee will be responsible to ensure that official minutes of the exam with names of successful students will be forwarded to WKO headquarters in Japan.
The collection of the EKO grading fees at the venue of the exam will be completed by the Host and paid to EKO, Prior to the grading each Branch Chief will be responsible, for collecting the WKO Dan grade USD fees from their students.
On conclusion of the grading each Branch Chief will be responsible arranging the appropriate certification directly with the WKO.
The EFKO "European Fullcontact Karate Organization" is a name with a mission. EFKO aims to unite all the full contact karate Organizations of Europe. By working together, we all will gain extra value to each of us and to all Fullcontact Karate Organizations. We can show the world that we are one big family, whatever the country, whatever the organization, whatever the style, whatever the ability or disability , whatever the level. We are and we must be “ONE BIG FAMILY” where everybody is welcome! As we knew before, the 'new' generation in kyokushin is made of fighters who know each other, who respect each other, who shared experiences that are usually once-in-a-lifetime. There is no rivalry between us, there is no King of the World. All we want is, to share with younger people the unique, life changing experience that we had when we came into kyokushin and we were fighting and training all over the world. We have become friends for life, and it is the younger generation that should profit from that - and repeat the process. Us being together and working together also means a great show of respect for the heritage of Sosai Oyama. We are all equal, in our love and devotion for kyokushin. In the true meaning of Budo we invite everyone to work together with us. The success will be not the success from one person or Organization but the collaboration between all organizations and everyone with a big heart for Full contact karate. Besides the fact that we want to gain more value by working together, the collaboration is also very important to become a change for the Olympics. We are working hard to get Karate in the Olympics. Therefore we need to be united. We really hope that with good intentions and a lot of respect for each other we can make history. BIG OSU!
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