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IFK Kyokushin World Championship results

IFK Kyokushin World Championship
International Federation Karate

The 5th IFK Kyokushin World Championship results
May 27-28, 2017 (Sibiu, Romania)

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Men
-70 kg
1 Marsel Mansurov (IFK Russia)
2 Sergey Chmunevich (IFK Russia)
3 Komanov Ivan (Kyokushin Kan Bulgaria)
3 Redondo Cardoso Daniel (Rengokai Spain)

-80 kg
1 Artem Nazaretian (IFK Russia)
2 Solovev Artem (Kyokushin Kan Russia)
3 Mohammad Asadi amin (IFK Iran)
3 Georgi Doychev (Kyokushin Kan Bulgaria)

-90 kg
1 Igor Riadnov (IFK Russia)
2 Jonas Rosin (Rengokai Sweden)
3 Emanuel Lebo (Kyokushin Kan Austria)
3 Kantemir Beslaneev (Kyokushin Kan Russia)

+90 kg
1 Vitalii Ishakhneli (IFK Russia)
2 Vasily Samadurov (Kyokushin Kan Russia)
3 Aleksandr Karshigeev (IFK Russia)
3 Dmitrii Solovyev (Kyokushin Kan Russia)

Women
-60 kg
1 Anna Efremova (IFK Russia)
2 Artemova Rimma (IFK Russia)
3 Ekaterina Arapova (Kyokushin Kan Russia)
3 Madena Bozianu (WKB Romania)

+60 kg
1 Agata Winiarska (WKO Poland)
2 Olga Ivanova (WKO Russia)
3 Anzhelika Sabaeva (IFK Russia)
3 Alexandra Pecinka (Kyokushin Kan Austria)

The 4th IFK Kyokushin World Championship results
April 2013 (Crawley, England)

 

Men
Lightweight
1. Yevgeniy Mamro (Russia)
2. Artur Krymov (Russia)
3. Darren Stringer (Great Britain)
4. Spencer Bennett (Great Britain)
5. Alan Shnawa (Great Britain)
6. Mladen Venev (Bulgaria)
7. Anthony Senechal (France)
8. Vladyslav Oleksenko (Ukraine)

Middleweight
1. Sergey Chmunevich (Russia)
2. Artem Nazaretyan (Russia)
3. Sergey Braun (Germany)
4. Daniel Sanchez (Spain)
5. Zsolt Zsiga (Hungary)
6. Darren Chanagasubay (Great Britain)
7. Robert Broeders (Holland)
8. Claibourne Henry (USA)

Heavyweight
1. Alexei Mezhevtsov (Russia)
2. Alexei Gorokhov (Russia)
3. Jonathan Tineo (Spain)
4. Roel Noordman (Holland)
5. Viktor Mozzherin (Kazakhstan)
6. Simon Palsson (Sweden)
7. Enrico Rogge (Germany)
8. Peter De Raedt (Belgium)

Women
-60 kg
1. Maria Lepina (Russia)
2. Svetlana Berezova (Russia)
3. Emma Markwell (Great Britain)
4. Teona Gazdeliani (Spain)
5. Cecilla Wallin (Sweden)
6. Elena Constantin (Italy)
7. Stephanie Van De Rijt (Netherlands)
8. Priscilla Lambregste (Netherlands)

+60 kg
1. Svetlana Tuchkova (Russia)
2. Irina Kriazheva (Russia)
3. Anita Bucher (Switzerland)
4. Kelly Balmer (Great Britain)
5. Toyah Dyas (Great Britain)
6. Lia Howlett (Great Britain)
7. Samantha Williams (Great Britain)
8. Agata Kaliciak (Poland)

The 3rd IFK Kyokushin World Championship results
October 2005 (London, England)

 

Men
Lightweight
1. Roman Uzunyan (Russia)
2. Igor Dzaganiya (Russia)
3. Mark Goodwin (Great Britain)
4. Darren Stringer (Great Britain)
5. Sebastien Stachon (Poland)
6. Mikhail Zimmerman (Canada)
7. Emil Dzahfarov (Russia)
8. Ruslan Zlenko (Russia)

Middleweight
1. Shamsudin Abdurashidov (Russia)
2. Anzor Kardanov (Russia)
3. Alexei Gorokhov (Russia)
4. Yannick Galipeau (Canada)
5. Chris Odunakan (Great Britain)
6. Alexander Erokhin (Russia)
7. Daniel Sanchez (Spain)
8. Kenny Jarvis (Great Britain)

Heavyweight
1. Timur Gatashev (Russia)
2. Paul Travers (Great Britain)
3. Anzor Shikhabakhov (Russia)
4. Mathias Kelderman (Holland )
5. Tom Silver (Great Britain)
6. Sergey Melyuk (Russia)
7. Sven Vermeulen (Belgium)
8. Rafael Borowiercki (Poland)

The 2nd IFK Kyokushin World Championship results
November 2002 (Valencia, Spain)

 

Men
Lightweight
1. Konstantin Donstov (Russia)
2. Vjacheslav Lukjanov (Russia)
3. Viktor Neroda (Belarus)
4. Darren Chanagasubay (Great Britain)
5. Mikhail Zimmerman (Canada)
6. Juanjo Salva (Spain)
7. Darren Stringer (Great Britain)
8. Rashid Manzoor (Pakistan)

Middleweight
1. Maxim Dedik (Russia)
2. Akbolat Appaev (Russia)
3. Michael Gerritsen (Holland)
4. Stefan Hofer (Switzerland)
5. Salvador Crespo (Spain)
6. Sergio Lopez (Spain)
7. Kenny Jarvis (Great Britain)
8. Yannick Galipeau (Canada)

Heavyweight
1. Igor Peplov (Russia)
2. Paul Travers (Great Britain)
3. Miguel Fernandez (Great Britain)
4. Harald Reiz Haris (Switzerland)
5. Ruslan Baranovsky (Belarus)
6. Anzor Shikhabakhov (Russia)
7. Anthony Klein (Holland)
8. Leon Tuyt (Holland)

The 1st IFK Kyokushin World Championship results
May 1997 (Moscow, Russia)

 

Men
Lightweight
1. Oleg Florin (Russia)
2. Marcel Murakaev (Russia)
3. Akbolat Appaev (Russia)
4. Ilya Volkov (Ukraine)
5. Erdembileg (Mongolia)
6. Trevor Weeks (Great Britain)
7. Urkal Ozdemir (Turkey)
8. Mark Mitchell (Great Britain)

Middleweight
1. Timmy Warden (Great Britain)
2. Andreas Sprecher (Switzerland)
3. Ken Fitzpatrick (Ireland)
4. Andrey Belekon (Russia)
5. Andrey Pashuk (Russia)
6. Chris Seal (Great Britain)
7. Piotr Szeligowski (Poland)
8. Ivan Lont (Holland)

Heavyweight
1. Jakov Zobnin (Russia)
2. Alim Daduev (Russia)
3. Vasily Strutchkov (Latvia)
4. Felix Ntumazah (Great Britain)
5. Alekhnovich (Belarus)
6. Gela Gelashvili (Georgia)
7. Vitaly Datzenko (Ukraine)
8. Batir (Kazakhstan)

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