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Yakutsk

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Vladivostok
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Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

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Moscow

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Championship of Kyokushin karate started in Khabarovsk

All-Russian competitions in Khabarovsk are held for the first time. In total, 140 athletes from different regions of the Russian Federation take part in the competition. Khabarovsk Territory represent 12 strongest fighters. Preliminary fights took place on Saturday.

The Governor of the region took part in the opening ceremony. Vyacheslav Shport welcomed the athletes. The head of the region handed the watch to the winners and prize-winners of the first day of the championship.

“Kyokushin has a long tradition in our region. Many high-class athletes have been trained. The fighters of the Khabarovsk Territory have repeatedly proved their advantage in competitions of the highest level. I am sure that such a large-scale sporting event with the participation of famous fighters from other regions of the country will give impetus to the further development of this sport in the region, in the Far East and in Russia as a whole. I wish fair and beautiful victories to the participants of the championship, and to the judges - objectivity and impartiality, ”said Vyacheslav Shport.

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