European Championships & European Children’s Cup Moscow 2019

TKFGB senior team at 34th Traditional Karate European Championships, Odinstovo, Moscow: Łukasz Radwanski, Filip Dębowski, Jakub Parchanowich, Pawel Kutermankiewicz – Gold in Senior Team Kumite Filip Debowski – European Champion in Individual Kumite Anna Machtylska – 3rd place Individual KumiteWell done!!! Well done TKFGB karate kids!!! 9 medals at the 6th European Children’s Cup in Moscow, 12 Oct 2019 Adriana Peiseniece (TKAB) – Gold in Individual Kumite and Silver in Individual Kata Eden Parker (TKAB) – Gold in Individual Kumite Ernest Skarzinskij (TKAB) – Gold in Individual Kumite Kamila Rogelevic (TKAB) – Silver in Individual Kata and Silver in Individual Kumite Julia Galazewska (Okami – Bournemouth) – Silver in Individual Kumite Milana Rubina (TKAB) – Bronze in Individual Kumite Saimonas Stanaitis (TKAB) – Bronze in Individual Kumite Adriana Peiseniece & Patryk Godzisz (TKAB) – 4th place En-bu Congratulations!!! [Show as...

5th Santa Claus Cup

The fifth edition of the annual Traditional Karate Santa Claus Cup took place at the Traditional Karate Academy Boston (TKAB), with over 100 enthusiastic, junior participants competing in individual and team events. THE MAYOR OF BOSTON COUNCILLOR JUDITH SKINNER, presented medals to the winners and complemented TKAB, led by its Chief Instructor, sensei Zbigniew Godzisz 4 Dan and Kristine Rubina 3 Dan , for its spirit of inclusiveness and dedication to “better physical and emotional development” of all the youth. Mayor Skinner lauded the positive energy and attitudes evident at the event and voiced his support for expansion of such valuable initiatives. The event started with a special training session led by the World Champion, sensei Lukasz Radwanski 4 Dan and sensei Andrzej Czyrka 4 Dan, followed by the tournament which began immediately afterwards. All the young participants, aged 14 years of age and below, took to the mats to show their prowess in kumite, kata and en-bu – all amidst the cheers of encouragement from the spectators. The culmination of the day of outstanding sportsmanship and all-out fun was the presentation of special TKFGB recognition awards to Alina Rubina (‘2018 Junior Girl Competitor of the Year’), Timofej Kabak (‘2018 Junior Boy Competitor of the Year’), Kamile Rogelevic (‘2018 Cadet Competitor of the Year’), Filip Dębowski (‘2018 Senior Competitor of the Year’), Jakub Parchanowicz, Christopher Brazier, Tomasz Niściur , Kamile Zubovaite, Kirill Snikeris , Eden Parker, Adriana Peiseniece and Ernest Skarzinskij (‘2018 Distinction of Competitive Achievement’). All the young competitors were then treated to a visit from Santa, giving away the galore of gifts straight from his bountiful bag....

World Traditional Karate-do Championships and Traditional Karate-do World Children’s Cup, 23-28 October 2018, St. John’s, Canada

The greatest success in the history of their training was achieved by TKFGB athletes taking top places, including gold medals, during this year’s World Championship and World Children’s Cup in Traditional Karate, which took place on 23-28 October 2018, in St. John’s, Canada. The World Vice-Championship in seniors’ individual kumite was won by Filip Dębowski, who also, together with Jakub Parchanowicz, Tomasz Niściur and Chris Brazier, reached for the bronze medal in the team kumite. After a very balanced duel our kumite team had to acknowledge the supremacy of the highly-disposed Brazil team, former multiple World Champions. Paweł Kutermankiewicz, Jakub Parchanowicz and Filip Dębowski secured a very good, fourth place in the team kata competition. At the same time our junior competitors also presented their outstanding form during the Children’s World Cup. Here are the complete results: Kamile Rogelevic (14) – gold in individual kataTimofej Kabak (12) – gold in individual kataTimofej Kabak i Ernest Skarzinskij – gold in en-buKamile Zubovaite (11) – silver in individual kataAlina Rubina i Ernest Skarzinskij – silver in mixed en-buErnest Skarzinskij (12) – silver in individual kataAlina Rubina, Eden Parker, Kamile Zubovaite – silver in team kataEden Parker (12) – bronze in individual kataKirils Snikeris (11) – bronze in individual kataAlina Rubina (11) – bronze in individual kataKamile Zubovaite & Timofej Kabak – bronze in mixed en-bu “13 medals: 3 gold, 5 silver and 5 bronze is the ultimate proof that our training is not only a great way to spend free time healthily, but also ambitiously reaches the highest standards in this ancient art of fight and self-defense” – summarizes the performance of team the President of TKFGB, sensei Zbigniew Godzisz,...

Family Fun Day at Central Park,Peterborough

That was a really beneficial day! Close contact with whole families, more than thirty participants of different ages throughout the day. And loads of fun as we got ourselves...

The Biggest Summer Event in Lincoln Arboretum Big Gig!

Last Sunday the Traditional Karate Academy Lincoln been invited to join one of the Biggest summer events in Lincoln Arboretum Big Gig! We had a beautiful Karate day with full of positive energy! Thank for support to our friends from: Traditional Karate Academy Boston, Traditional Karate Academy Peterborough, Traditional Karate Academy Spalding, and Traditional Karate Academy Lincoln!          ...

Lincoln

  Invite from the City Council to the Family Fun Day, great event and wonderful time. Three demonstration on that day made for a decent training and left us exhausted but happy and well tanned! Our next Family Fun Day to be held in Peterborough on 1st September 2018 – you’re all welcome, naturally!                 Thanks to sensei Andrei Skarzinskij (Traditional Karate Academy Lincoln) for organising the demo. Oss!...

Laxton Hall Festival 2018

Laxton Hall Festival 2018 has been done! Another Children’s day at the site saw hundreds of kids from all over England. A day filled with fun, attractions and sporting activities, of course. Traditional Karate Academies (Boston, Spalding, Lincoln and Peterborough) did not disappoint their fans and other spectators. Both juniors and seniors showed their best at form and fighting, power and flexibility. The two demonstrations were engaging and interesting enough to keep the youngster and their parents at matts for a while after the displays. There were games and contests and even sword fighting. We received many warm and enthusiastic thanks from the audience and organisers alike. Hope to see you all back in Laxton Hall next year!...