The International Karate Federation (IFK) on 8th April 2018, awarded Shihan Victor Fomin (Russia) 7th Dan for his work and merit in the development of Kyokushinkai Karate around the World. Congratulations. Osu!
among children, youths and juniors, men and women in weight categories on 7-8 April, in Yerevan, Armenia, at “MIKA” sports complex. The organisers and hosts were The Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs of the Republic of Armenia, and Armenian Kyokushin Karate Federation.
Founder and president of the International Federation of Karate (IFK) Hanshi Steve Arneil - The famous Kyokushin master, 10.Dan in Kyokushin, the student of Sosai Mas Oyama. The first man passed Hyakunin-kumite - 100 man kumite - (21 May 1965) after Sosai, the author of many books about karate and a manuals on basic Kyokushin techniques.
On video Hanshi answers of question: Do Kyokushin kills femininity?
IFK – Australia Summer Camp Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th January 2016
We had a great time at the recent IFK-Australia Summer Camp with Shihan David Pickthall from the UK taking 3 days of great karate. Covering areas of Kihon, Kata and Kumite, with around 60 people attending the camp over the 3 days.
What a treat to train with such a talented and inspirational Karateka such as Shihan David Pickthall. Again the highlight of the camp was the beach session on the Sunday morning we all had a lot of fun.
Again it is great to see other Kyokushin Organisations supporting this event, thank you to Sensei Daniel Trifu from (KWF) AFK, Sensei Graeme Rose “Rengokai”, Sensei Daniel Langworthy and Shihan Trevor Trainer and for bringing along your students. As we are all working towards a United Kyokushin! Osu and thank you for your support.
Can’t wait for the camp again next year, OSU!”
The IFK gained two champions at the Kyokushinkan All Japan Tournament held in Tokyo on 14th-15th November.
Vladislav Dybskii of Russia won the -65kg cadet category and Emma Markwell of Great Britain won the Women's Openweight title.