On 17-20 July 2014 at the premises of the University of Physical Education in Krakow was held the 41st East European Kyokushin Summer Camp in which took part about 240 participants from the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Japan, Moldavia, Poland, Russia, Spain and Ukraine. Training sessions were delivered by European Kyokushin Federation President shihan Antonio Pinero (8 dan) and Country Representative of Japan shihan Noriyuki Tanaka (6 dan). Training sessions were held four times a day according to a training program prepared by shihan Andre Drewniak (8 dan) aimed at giving supplementary training to branch representatives and instructors. Shihan Andrzej Krawontka and shihan Zdzislaw Niedzwiedz also helped run the training sessions.
On 17 July President Antonio Pinero held a Meeting with representatives of the countries participating in the camp. They discussed perspectives for further development and cooperation with Japan, with particular emphasis on participation in the first KWF World Championship in Tokyo on 3 November as well as seminar and exams in Mitsumine on 4-5 November 2014.
On 18 branch representatives participated in a Meetening held a President Antonio Pinero to disscus the current situation in the KFW in terms of further dynamic developmnet in Europe and worldwide as well as closer coorperation with oder organizations.Particular emphasis was placed on helping Polish clubs to delegate 15-20 most successful fighters to the World Championship and 30-35 participants to the seminar in Mitsumine.
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