Krivick became the third danish karate master

Lithuanian kyokushin karate stars participated in the third shift of the annual camp in Ragane Inga Mikštaitė, Rūta BrazdžionytėBrigita Svinkūnaitė, Edgardas SečinskisEventas Gužauskas, Juras Sokolovas, Paulius Žimantas and others, guests from Hungary Edit Abraham (5th dan master, one of the world’s kyokushin karate stars) and Berta Szalay (2022 European champion), Swedish Alayarva Virpi (5th dan), Latvian father and son Vladimiras (5th Dan) and Marek (4th Dan) Lavrinovich.

During daily training, the athletes prepared for the final chord of the summer season – the exams.
After them, one of the pioneers of kyokushin karate in Lithuania, Arnoldas Arbatavičius (“Rifa”), and the heads of two clubs, Magdalena Kasparė (“Iron Wolf”) and Kristupas Krivickas (Oyama).

Also, the family of Lithuanian kyokushin karate was filled with six 2nd dan masters. From now on, Ieva Krivickaitė (“Shin”), Jelena Savickienė (“Energija”), Tomas Lapienis (“Osu”), Stasys Kazlauskas (“Katana”), Šarūnas Sokolovas (“Hokkaido”) and Domas Sutkus (“Rifas”) are proud of this title. “).

From now on, as many as 45 new athletes, including a famous basketball agent, will be decorated with a black belt (1 dan) Šarūnas Broga (“Spartanika”), singer and actor Vidas Bareikis (“Sun Sign”).

Together with them, Agnė Lavrinovičiūtė (Budora), Paulė Lavrinovičiūtė (Budora), Tomas Laukaitis (Budora), Kamalitdins Arifchanovs (Ippon), Oskars Daukševičius (Ippon), Vilius Ogaras (Ippon) passed the exams. “), Andrius Lukoševičius (“Katana”), Nikita Mitiulinas (Jonava’s Kumite), Rokas Utyra (Jonava’s Kumite), Arturas Valauskas (Okinava), Gediminas Dinda (Oriens), Artūras Saženis (Oriens “), Giedrius Miškinas (“Reef”), Žydrūnas Žagelis (“Reef”), Eitautas Bartuškevičius (“Sun Sign”), Marius Budreckis (“Sun Sign”), Ramūnas Dešukas (“Sun Sign”), Martynas Eimontas (” Sun sign”), Andrius Jaseliūnas (“Sun sign”), Tadas Nevaras (“Sun sign”), Vaidotas Petronis (“Sun sign”), Benas Sakalauskas (“Sun sign”), Narimantas Žigus (“Sun sign”), Remigijus Bridikis (“Sun Sign”), Gintaras Kalinauskas (“Shin”), Žygymantas Juškys (“Shin”), Jelizaveta Aleksandrova (“Shin”), Polina Terentjeva (“Shin”), Ugnė Pėlikytė (“Shodan”), Marija Sekunda (“Shodan”), Urtė Urbonavičiūtė (“Shodan”), Aistis Jocius (“Shori”), Danielius Dvareckas (“Sprtanika”), Julija Mingaliova (“Spartanika”), Saulius Drėgva (“Stoikas”), Justas Galiūlinas ( “Stoika”), Tomas Ponelis (“Stoika”), Martynas Rimas (“Stoika”), Donatas Rekus (“Stoika”), Jurgita Spaičienė (“Stoika”), Kastytis Jūronas (“Stoika”), Arnoldas Nargelavičius (“Stoika”) “), Miglė Misiulytė (“Tori”) and Marius Mekionis (“Tornadas”).

The instructors-examiners of the camp were Darius Gudauskas, Dmitry Aleksandrov, Margarita ČiuplyteVytautas Kalvaitis, M. Lavrinovičius, V. Lavrinovičius, Andrzej Milevskis, Paulius KlapatauskasRichard Poška, Diana Mačiūtė, Vladimir SilvaškoEugenijus Šilaika, Artūras Bobelis, Valius Rudys, and the project manager of the camp’s third shift is the president of LKKF Romas Vitkauskas.

Lithuanian kyokushin karate masters will have a new opportunity to improve their qualifications at the end of September, when the World Karate Organization (WKO), led by Kenji Midori, will hold an exam and global black belt exams in Kielce (Poland). V. Silvaško (6th dan), V. Rudys (5th dan), Gediminas Tankevičius (3rd dan) and Tomas Zienius (3rd dan), and 13 Lithuanians will try to reach a new level in the exams: D. Mačiūtė, E. Šilaika, A. Milevskis, V. Kalvaitis, Remigijus Olšauskas, D. Aleksandrovas and R. Poška, ​​4th dan – Jovita Laučiūtė, Andrius MiseckasAndrius Čelkis and Jonas Eimontas, and 3 Danes – Andžejus Voiniušas and Remigijus Kersnauskas.

It is strictly forbidden to use the information published by DELFI on other websites, media or elsewhere or to distribute our material in any form without consent, and if consent is obtained, it is necessary to credit DELFI as the source.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.