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World Championship 2014
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SANTORINI  ISDO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS OF SELF DEFENCE 2014

 

                                                                                                alt

                                                                                                                                              2nd Edition

 

 

Contest and Fighting styles

 

·        Self Defence contest

·        Extreme Self Defence contest

·        Traditional Forms contest

·        Musical Forms Contest

·        Weapon Musical Forms Contest

·        Koshiki in Ring

 

For more details about the above styles please check ISDO rules and regulations

 

·        Men and womencategory includes athletes who are born between 1974 and 1996, accordantly the athletes who are 18-40 years old

·        A’ Class Juniors  F/M   category includes athletes who are born between 1997 and 1999, accordantly the athletes who are 15-17 years old

·        Veterans F/Mcategory includes athletes who are born before 1973, accordantly the athletes who are over 40.

 

 

 

 

DIVISIONS FOR ALL STYLE OF  FORMS

Category

Age

Weight

Men

18-40

Open Category

Women

18-40

Open Category

Veterans Male

+40

Open Category

Veterans Female

+40

Open Category

Junior A Male

15-17

Open Category

Junior A Female

15-17

Open Category

Junior B Male

12-14

Open Category

Junior B Female

12-14

Open Category

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIVISIONS FOR ALL SELF DEFENCE CONTESTS

 

Category

Age

Weight division

Men

18-40

OPEN CATEGORY

OPEN CATEGORY

Women

18-40

 

 

 

KOSHIKI in  RING

 

Category

Age

Weight Division

 

 

 

Men

18-40

-60

-65

-70

-75

-80

-90

+90

Women

18-40

-55

-60

+60

 

 

 

 

 

 

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE

 

 

  1. Accommodation

 

All teams will need to settle their accommodation in order to proceed to the next steps.

 

  1. Registration

 

To avoid long queues it is wise to pre-register on line. You will find the registration form on the web site or you can request to send you one via email. This will enable you to finish faster with Doctor and Weight in as priority will be given to you.  All athletes will need to fill in one participation form per style. 

 

  1. Athlete Passports

 

All athletes will need to have the athlete passport in order to be able to participate and pass medical control.

 

  1. Medical Examination

 

All athletes will pass the medical control as it states in the invitation program. Those who will not be on time and skip the medical examination will not be able to participate. No exceptions can be made for any team. The Medical examination cost will be covered by the Promoter. 

 

  1. Weight In

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Please make sure that you are the same weight as originally confirmed in your participation form. If you lost or gained weight then you will be moved to another division.  The weight in will close at 22.00 o’ clock on the 6th of May.  Make sure your team will be at least two hours earlier to finish on time.  The athlete is allowed to officially weight in only once. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VISA DOCUMENTS

 

For more Information or Visa Documents please contact ISDO office.

Documents for the visa must be delivered to us 45 days prior to the 12th May 2014

Telephone: +30 2310 432336

Fax:     +30 2310 433852

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EVENT SCHEDULE

 

 

06 May Tuesday:

14.00-22.00: Registration, weight in control ONLY

AFTER 22:00 NO ONE WILL BE ACCEPTED

7 May Wednesday:

10:00-11:00Seminar for judges and referees – Kowat Alrami

11:00-13:00Judges seminar – Self defence and forms contest

13:00-14:00Seminar for judges and referees- Tatami fighting styles

14:00-22:00Doctor examinations

17:00-19:00Seminar for judges – Ring fighting styles

19:00-20:00Seminar for judges- Ring fighting styles

21:00  Program reviewing by coaches

8 May Thursday:

10:00  Deliver Program

10:00-11:00Team parade rehearsal

11:00-12:00Team parade (all the officials must wear costume)

14:00-18:00Self defence contest- Low kick- Light contact

9 May Friday:

10:00-18:00Finals Self defence contest- Forms contest- Semi contact- Full contact

10 May Saturday:  

10:00-18:00Finals Form Contest- Light contact, Low kick- koshiki in Ring

22:00World Congress

11 May Sunday:

10:00-18:00Finals Semi contact- Full contact- Low kick-Kowat Alrami- koshiki in Ring

21:00Professional fight night- selected fights

 

 

 

 

 

Please bear in mind that changes will occur to the schedule in order to assist all teams the best possible way. We ask for your kind cooperation and understanding.

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT SANTORINI

 

 

 

 

Santorini Greeceis one of the most popular destinations of Greece and is known as the home of one of the most spectacular landscapes in the world.

Every year, thousands of tourists visit Santorini to discover the famous submerged caldera, the volcano’s crater, which is situated today in the middle of a 32 square miles basin of water. Around the basin, hanging on cliffs of 150m to 300m height, one can admire some of the most beautiful traditional villages of the Cyclades. The lively colours of the white Cycladic houses and blue painted windows contrast stunningly against the black volcanic rocks rising from sea. This scenery keeps inspiring artists and visitors…These villages are named Fira, Firostefani, Immerovigli and Oia.

     

The island name comes from ‘Santa Irini’ and it is officially called Thera.
Santorini is a volcanic island made of black stone and therefore offers a spectacular landscape and a unique atmosphere. It's traditionally shaped villages lie on top of impressive cliffs 300 meters high and offer a panoramic view of the submerged volcano.
But Santorini has much more to offer to the visitor: endless and unique black sandy beaches, archaeological sites, museums, incredible local products, great food, and muchmore

During the ancient times, the shape of Santorini was circular and that was the reason it was also called Strongili, which means circular in Greek. The volcano’s eruption destroyed the centre of the island, causing it to sink and to create today’s caldera.
The first eruption of the Volcano took place around 1500 BC, and is said to be responsible for the destruction of the great Minoan civilisation of Crete. The last eruption took place in 1956 but the volcano remains active until today. Some believe that the destruction of Santorini could be related to that of the mythical Atlantis.

Santorini is one of the most popular destinations in Greece and attracts thousands of visitors each year.

You can reach Santorini by airplane from your country either by direct flight or via Athens and by ship from Piraeus port

http://www.santorini-airport.com

http://www.santorini-port.com

 

 
Results World Championship 2013 Athens
Tuesday, 11 June 2013 09:59    PDF Print E-mail

ISDO

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2013 RESULTS

 

Koshiki A -60 Men

KOSTANTIAYN SHESSHYN-UKRAINE

 

Koshiki A -70 Men

OLEG PALANYCHKO-UKRAINE

 

Koshiki A -80 Men

HASSAN KHEIREDDINE-LEBANON

 

Koshiki B -70 Men

SERGII SHARAM - UKRAINE

 

Koshiki B -80 Men

VIKTOR KUZMENKO - UKRAINE

 

Koshiki B -90 Men

MICHAIL TSIVOLAS – GREECE

 

Koshiki B -60 Women

VALIYEVA RUMIYYA – AZERBAIJAN

 

Koshiki A -60 Junior A Male

MYHAILO YERKO – UKRAINE

 

Point Fighting -70 Men

MARTIN HAJTMAR-CZECH REP.

 

Point Fighting -80 Men

MOHAMMAD SAIED MNAIMNEH-LEBANON

 

Point Fighting -50 Junior B Male

RAHIMOV ELVIN-AZERBAIJAN

 

 

Point Fighting +60 Women

KATERINA GALLUSOVA- CZECH REP.

 

Point Fighting -75 Veterans Male

MILOSCERNY- CZECH REP.

 

Point Fighting -40 Junior A Male

MICHAEL FEUSAK – CZECH REP

 

Point Fighting -50 Junior B Male

VLADYSLAV SCHERBAK-UKRAINE

 

Koshiki B -70 Men

IHOR KASHKA-UKRAINE

 

Koshiki B -80 Men

VIKTOR KUZMENKO-UKRAINE

 

Koshiki B -90 Men

OLEKSANDER STANISHEVSKYI-UKRAINE

 

Koshiki B +90 Men

MERKOVER NIKOLAOS – GREECE

 

Koshiki B -60 Women

OKSANA PASHKOVA-UKRAINE

 

Koshiki A -60 Junior A Male

MYHAILO YERKO-UKRAINE

 

Koshiki B -80 Junior A Male

IEVOHENKO EDUARD - UKRAINE

 

Open Self defence Men

TOURTIDIS EFTHIMIOS - GREECE

 

 

Extreme Self Defence Men

SANTRAZANIS DIMITRIOS - GREECE

 

Extreme Self Defence Women

DIYANA NEDELKOVSKA-FYROM

 

Extreme Self Defence Veterans Men

SERHIY SHPAK-UKRAINE

 

Modern Self Defence Men

ALI AL-SOWADI-YEMEN

 

Modern Self Defence Veterans Men

ABDUL MAWLA EL SALEH-LEBANON

 

Modern Self Defence Woman

SIDIRA ANASTASIA – GREECE

 

Modern Self Defence Junior B Female

KUZMANOVA MAJA – FYROM

 

Modern Self Defence Veterans Men

ALFONSO DURAN - SPAIN

 

Special Forces Men

SERHIY SHPAK-UKRAINE

 

Special Forces Women

IRYNAL BUTOVSKA-UKRAINE

 

Super Extreme Self Defence Men

GREGORY PAPADOPOULOS - GREECE

 

Super Extreme Self Defence Women

DIYANA NEDELKOVSKA-FYROM

 

 

Traditional Self Defence Men

SERHIY SHPAK-UKRAINE

 

 

Traditional Self Defence Veterans Men

ANGEL LUIS GONZALEZ HUMANES – SPAIN

 

Traditional Self Defence Men

RUBEN GARCIA MORALES - SPAIN

 

Traditional Self Defence Women

IRYNA BUTOVSKA-UKRAINE

 

Weapon Musical Forms Men

RUSLAN KONONENKO-UKRAINE

 

Weapon Musical Forms Women

KSENIYA PERSHYNA-UKRAINE

 

Weapon Musical Forms Junior A Male

ANDREJ IVANOV- FYROM

 

Weapon Musical Forms Junior A Female

KHRYSTYNA YERYZA-UKRAINE

 

Weapon Musical Forms Junior C Male

DMYTRO MUZUROK-UKRAINE

 

Weapon Musical Forms Junior D Female

NINA KONONENKO-UKRAINE

 

Shadow Fight Men

RUSLAN KONONENKO – UKRAINE

 

Shadow Fight Women

IRYNA BUTOVSKA-UKRAINE

 

Modern Self Defence Men

DIMITRAKOPOULOS NIKITAS - GREECE

 

Special Forces Men

EMILIO LLASER BRIEBA – SPAIN

 

Focus Mitts Men

MOHAMAD SAEIO MNAIMNEH – LEBANON

 

Focus Mitts Women

BUTOVSKA IRYNA - UKRAINE

 

 
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