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Thank you everyone for this 13th edition and a special thank you to the Japanese sensei delegation: Oda sensei, Katsumata sensei, Furuichi sensei and Tsuchiya sensei for their great teaching. See you all next year for the 14th edition.
ABKF Summer Seminar 2014 group photo.
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17th Belgian Iaido Championships 2014.
Date: 18 May 2014
Information and Registration here: BIC 2014
Results per categorie of the BKC 2014 Juniors 1st place: D’Hont Freya (Kojika) 2nd place: Heremans Olivier (Wakakoma) 3rd place: Windels Kai Li (Kojika) – De Brie Bavo (Kenseikan) Fighting Spirit: Jevtic-Romano (Butokukan) Ladies 1st place: Buysse Rachel (Kojika) 2nd place: Matsui (Wakakoma) 3rd place: Kitashima (Wakakoma) – Van Alsenoy Isha (Kojika) Fighting Spirit: Steyaert Maaike (Kendo Gent) Men 1st place: Van Laecken Sean (Kenseikan) 2nd place: Haeke Wesley (Kojika) 3rd place: Nakamura (Wakakoma) – Van Dort Geert (Kojika) Fighting Spirit: Nameche (Wakakoma) Teams...
Congratulations to Chieko YANO who passed her nanadan last week-end. Chieko is now the 1st lady nanadan in the EKF zone!
Let’s not forget either Xavier POUSSEUR who also passed his rokudan !…
Congratuations to both of them,
Date and venue of the BKC 2014 are published: BKC 2014
We have the pleasure to inform you that our friend Serge HENDRICKX has been granted the title (shogo) of KYOSHI during his last stay in Japan. So he is now nanadan kyoshi!
He personally received his SHOGO from our President during the seminar organised by WAKAKOMA KENSHIKAI in Auderghem.
Big applause and congratulations to you Serge!
Dates for the 2014 ABKF seminar have been added to the agenda.
More information here
For all those who have known him well and also for those who just met him some day, somewhere around a shiai jo. We’ve got very, very sad news to tell! Stéphane SNYERS has just passed away after a terrible disease. He was yondan kendo and godan iaido for those who had some day the pleasure to practise with him … All our thoughts to his family, RIP Stéphane.