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IKO Matsushima World Cup results

 
IKO Matsushima World Cup results

The 5th IKO Matsushima Kyokushin Karate World Cup
November 16-18, 2018 (Shanghai China)

 

Men
-70 kg
1 Denys Maxymov (Ukraine)
2 Anatolii Tomarov (Ukraine)
3 Hamidulah Akbari (Afghanistan)
4 Yaroslav Honcharenko (Ukraine)

-80 kg
1 Maxym Maxymov (Ukraine)
2 Sergiy Doronin (Ukraine)
3 Artem Khvalski (Russia)
4 Sthelo Mlambo (South Africa)

+80 kg
1 Alexey Feoktistov (Russia)
2 Vincent Michaud (Canada)
3 David Weir Smith ( Australia)
4 Mpendulo Jili (South Africa)

The 4th IKO Matsushima Kyokushin Karate World Cup
September 6-7, 2014 (Durban, South Africa)

 

Men
-70 kg
1 Lindani Zulu (South Africa)
2 Anatolii Tomarov (Ukraine)
3 Andriy Gavrilyuk (Ukraine)
4 Tawanda Mufundisi (Zimbabwe)

-80 kg
1 Sergey Doronin (Ukraine)
2 Samson Muripo (Zimbabwe)
3 Ivan Schetinin (Russia)
4 Gholam Hosseimi (Iran)

+80 kg
1 Kun Liu (China)
2 Alexei Feoktistov (Russia)
3 Daniil Dromin (Ukraine)
4 Adilson Moreire (Brazil)

The 3rd IKO Matsushima Kyokushin Karate World Cup
June 19-20, 2010 (Malaga, Spain)

 

Men
-70 kg
1 Asghar Jabbari (Iran)
2 Darren Stringer (Great Britain)
3 Yevgeniy Solomennikov (Russia)

-80 kg
1 Sergey Doronin (Ukraine)
2 Seyed Salehi (Iran)
3 Alexei Feoktistov (Russia)

+80 kg
1 Saeed Safari (Iran)
2 Konstantin Fedorov (Russia)
3 Vasif Samedov (Russia)

The 2nd IKO Matsushima Kyokushin Karate World Cup
November 4-5, 2006 (Sydney Australia)

 

Men
-70 kg
1 Darren Stringer (Great Britain)
2 Kanat Rakhimov (Kazakhstan)
3 Masayuki Sakamoto (Australia)

-80 kg
1 Oleseugun Odunakan (Great Britain)
2 Jason Baltovska (Australia)
3 Sergey Doronin (Ukraine)

+80 kg
1 Zsombor Magosi (Hungary)
2 Bulat Nurabyev (Kazakhstan)
3 Volodomyr Saenko (Ukraine)

Women
Lightweight
1 Mariya Gridneva (Kazakhstan)
2 Margaret Le (Australia)
3 Anna Kukarina (Russia)

Middleweight
1 Naomi Wood (Australia)
2 Monelle Richard (Canada)
3 Michelle Harmer (Australia)

Heavyweight
1 Penita Davies (Australia)
2 Tamaro Booi (South Africa)
3 Lia Howlett (Great Britain)

 

The 1st IKO Matsushima Kyokushin Karate World Cup
June 15-16, 2002 (Maine, USA)

 

Men
-70 kg
1 Jonathan Tineo (Spain)
2 Diego Beltran (Canada)
3 Vincent Miraglia (Belgium)
4 Colin Smith (USA)

-80 kg
1 Takahiro Suzuki (Japan)
2 Kazayuki Suzuki (Japan)
3 Eddie Thage (South Africa)
4 Joe Addesso (Canada)

-90 kg
1 Domingo Quinones (Spain)
2 Roger Belleveau (Canada)
3 Edward Soresson (Australia)
4 Vitto Russo (Canada)

+90 kg
1 Peter Sampson (Australia)
2 Valeria Marzaho (Spain)
3 Harry Sims (USA)

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