City of Rzeszow hosted 24th OYAMA PKF Championships in Kata as well as 2nd Polish OYAMA CUP in Knockdown. Tournaments gathered over 230 competitors from 30 OYAMA PKF clubs. The event was organized by the OYAMA Rzeszow club with Sensei Patrycjusz Mostek 4th Dan. More »
City of Arak hosted IRAN Oyama Karate National Winter Championship. Two day Tournament gathered 180 participants from 11 provinces. Championship was organized by Shihan Hossein Moghadashi 6th dan More »
City of Kohtla Jarve- Estonia, hosted OYAMA IKF European Open Championships, that gathered almost 230 participants from 8 countries representing OYAMA International Karate Federation and other karate organizations.
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Dear Shihan, Sensei, Sempai, OSU!
Best greetings and all good wishes
for your health and happiness
in the coming year!
Hanshi Jan Dyduch More »
OYAMA IKF Branch in Iran represented by Shihan Hossein Moghadashi 6th dan organized a summer kumite championships for men that gathered 110 fighters from 5 Iranian provinces. Tournament was supported by the IRAN Sport and Youth Ministry and IRAN National Karate Federation. More »
City of Arak (Iran) hosted second Oyama karate Woman Championships under the patronage of Ministry of Sports of this country. Tournament gathered 140 participants from 6 OYAMA IKF clubs. Tournament was organized by Shihan Hossein Moghadashi and Shihan Shaghayegh Moghadasi. More »
It is a great pleasure to inform that we have a new member of OYAMA IKF - Oyama Karate School -located in Sri Lanca. Welcome to our Organization. We wish You all the success on both local and international field. More »
Krakow hosted the 16th
OYAMA IKF International Seminar on occasion of 25th
Anniversary of OYAMA KARATE IN POLAND (1991-2016). Two day seminar gathered 270 instructors and participants from Poland, Russia, Germany, Denmark, Hungary, Norway and Great Britain. More »
Sensei Roman Misiaszek 3rd dan was honored a best sportsman award and Sensei Anna Kolodziej-Plewka 3rd dan best sportswoman of the 25 years of OYAMA Karate in Poland (1991-2016).
OUR SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS, OSU! More »
Soshu Shigeru Oyama’s Memorial Service took place in New York, USA, on March 4th 2016. The karate world said its last goodbye to the creator of the OYAMA style, legendary Grand Master and karate teacher. More »
07.07.1935 – 14.02.2016
WE HAVE LOST A WONDERFUL PERSON.
HE WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEARTS.
A LEGENDARY GRAND MASTER AND TEACHER.
IT IS A GREAT LOSS FOR ALL OF US
AND THE KARATE WORLD.
WE HONOR HIS MEMORY More »
Piotrkow Trybunalski hosted 17th Polish Cup for Seniors and Juniors in Oyama Karate OYAMA TOP. Tournament was organized by Oyama Karate Club WASHI from the same city with its leader, Sensei Dariusz Szulc 3rd dan. Tournament gathered 330 competitors from 37 clubs.
On May 23-24th 2015 the City of Wieliczka hosted OYAMA IKF Open European Cup and 20th Open Polish Championships in Kata, Knockdown, Semi-knockdown and Light contact.This event was organized by OYAMA Polish Karate Federation and Wieliczka Sports Club OYAMA. The European Cup hosted participants from 16 countries including: Canada, USA, India, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Germany, Estonia, France, Hungary, Belgium, Holland, Czech Republic, Norway, Denmark and UK. Gallery: KATA
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The City of Kolo hosted the 21st Polish Oyama Karate Championships in Kata.
Two hundred competitors from 27 clubs took part in the event. The tournament was organized by Kolski Klub Sportów Walki with Sensei Krzysztof Wojewoda 4th dan. More »
An International Schooling-Qualifying Seminar OYAMA Karate took place in Saint Petersburg. Seminar was led by Soshu Shigeru Oyama 10th dan and the Director of OYAMA IKF, Hanshi Jan Dyduch 8th
Dan. Meeting was attended by the representatives from Russia, Poland,
Germany and Ukraine. During the schooling Grand Master thought Kanku-Dai. More »
Saint Petersburg hosted the Russian Open Karate Championships "OYAMA CUP". Over 300 participants competed in 31 different categories. They represent knockdown karate clubs from many regions of Russia, as well as Estonia. The championships were organized by Shihan Igor Gubaydulin 5th Dan - the Country Representative of OYAMA IKF in Russia and the National Knockdown Karate Federation of Russia. More »
These days we have received greetings from Iran, where the Iranian Oyama Karate Organization is growing under Shihan Hossein Moghadashi. It is worth mentioning that Shihan Hossein participated in 14th International OYAMA IKF Training - Qualifying Seminar in Poland with Grand Master Soshu Shigeru Oyama. More »
Estonian OYAMA Karate Federation organized its
1st - Estonian Open Oyama Karate Cup in knockdown, semi-knockdown and light-contact. Tournament took place in Kohtla-Järve. The event was lead by Sensei Valeriy Savitskiy 3rd dan. More »
In days 25-26 May 2013 year, Vitebsk - Belarus hosted the 4th European Open Oyama Karate Championships in: Knockdown, Semi-knockdown and Kata. The organizer of this event was The OYAMA Karate Organization of Belarus with Sensei Igor Yurkevich 3rd Dan. Thirteen different organizations from 8 countries including : Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Estonia, Germany, Hungary and Azerbaijan were represented at the tournament. European Championships gathered over 320 competitors. More »
Sankt Petersburg hosted the Russian Open Karate Championships "OYAMA CUP". Year by year, the best fighters take part in the tournament. They represent knockdown karate clubs from many regions of Russia. The championships were organized by St. Petersburg Oyama Karate Federation, the president Igor Gubaydulin (4th dan)- the Country Representative of OYAMA IKF in Russia, and the National Knockdown Karate Federation. More »
As every year, the OYAMA Polish Karate Federation awarded or honoured the
best female and male fighters chosen from the group of 161 finalists of the international and all-Polish tournaments in 2012. Honours were also given to best activists and the leading clubs. More »
St.Petersburg hosted the Russian Open Karate Championships "OYAMA CUP". Over 220 participants competed in 30 different categories. Year by year, the best fighters take part in the tournament. They represent knockdown karate clubs from many regions of Russia,
as well as Ukraine. More »
Sensei Danuta Karczewska 1st Dan is a valued Oyama karate instructor in Katowice, Poland. She is a doctor of theoretical astrophysics and also conducts studies in biology and the growth of trees. Sensei is a fan of distant travel and adventures. Papua New
Guinea is a land of a paradise birds and university studies but not exclusively. She also teaches self defense! More »
an International Training - Qualifying Seminar OYAMA IKF. The event promoted 20 year anniversary of Oyama Karate in Poland (1991-2011). Two hundred
participants from Poland, Germany, Belarus and Ukraine took part in the event. The meeting was subsidized by the President of Krakow. More »
Russian domination in Kumite.
Polish supremacy in Kata.
Between May 14-15th 2011, OYAMA International Karate Federation organized Open European Championships in kata, knockdown and semi-knockdown. Tournament took place in Johvi-Estonia. Mr Aivar Surva, Mayor of Mäetaguse Parish Government and Hanshi Jan Dyduch, Chairman of OYAMA IKF took patronage over the tournament. Sensei Valeriy Savitskiy 3rd dan from the Estonian Oyama Karate Federation organized this tournament that gathered around 170 competitors. Eight countries participated in the tournament. We had representatives from: Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Estonia, Germany, Ireland and Azerbaijan. More »
Shihan Andrzej Pierzchala 5th
dan led a three day Oyama Karate Schooling Seminar in Kiev. Sensei Bogdan Petrenko 1st
Dan, Country Representative OYAMA IKF in Ukraine organized this event. More »
Polish representatives from OYAMA PKF did a great job at the DAGEKI Karate
World Championships in Montreal. They won seven medals, 6 gold and one bronze!!! Roaring success was achieved by Anna Majczak who won three gold medals in: kata, kobudo (weapon kata) and knockdown. Gold medals in kumite were won by: Piotr Cieśliński, Dominik
Rzepka and Łukasz Łuczyński. Anna Jermaków won the bronze medal and Łukasz Światowski got the 4th place.
Sincere congratulations on the great performance, OSU ! More »
Grand Master Shigeru Oyama 10th dan paid a visit in Krakow, invited by OYAMA Polish Karate Federation. He conducted a seminar and a two day black belt test. Nearly 300 instructors and students from Poland, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Estonia, USA, Germany, Ireland , Azerbaijan and Iran participated in this event. Meeting was organized with a support from The City of Krakow, in the Com-Com Zone Sports Hall. More »
The 13th Polish Junior Semi-knockdown OYAMA Karate Championships took place in Piotrkow Trybunalski. 109 participants from 32 clubs took part in the tournament. The championships were organized by Piotrkowski Klub Oyama Karate WASHI with its leader Sensei Dariusz Szulc 2nd dan. The tournament was held under the patronage of local authorities and Hanshi Jan Dyduch 8th dan, the president of OYAMA Polish Karate Federation. More »
The 15th Polish Senior Knockdown OYAMA Karate Championships and All-Polish Senior Oyama Karate Tournament in Semi-knockdown were held in Wadowice. Hanshi Jan Dyduch 8th dan, President of OYAMA Polish Karate Federation took patronage over the championships. Both tournaments were organized by Małopolski Karate Club and its leader Sensei Jacek Kasperek 3rd dan. More »
The 3rd Global Point & K.O. Karate-do Tournament, under the auspices of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in Japan (MEXT) took part in Tokyo. At the invitation of the Grand Master Katsuaki Sato, representation of four from OYAMA Polish Karate Federation with its leader Hanshi Jan Dyduch arrived in Tokyo. The Polish Fighter Roman Oraczko-Misiaszek, in the impressive style, won the 4th place as well as the cup of William Oliver for the Most Courageous Fighter of the Tournament. Congratulations, OSU ! More »
The 3rd Open Ukraine OYAMA Karate Kata Championships took place in Kiev. The tournament was organized by Sensei Bogdan Petrenko the Country Representative in Ukraine. Guests from Belarus were also present during the tournament.
The championships were at very good sports level, OSU ! More »
During a two-day meeting, Soshu Shigeru Oyama 10th dan conducted a spectacular training for a group of 300 children in the Winter Stadium and two special trainings regarding fighting tactics and Seienchin kata. The creator of the OYAMA style tested 27, 1st and 2nd dan candidates. Jan Dyduch was granted the 8th dan Master black belt and a title of Hanshi from Grand Master Shigeru Oyama.
Our sincere congratulations, OSU! More »
The 26th OYAMA Karate Polish Championships in Kata took place in Oświęcim. 297 competitors from 31 clubs participatated in the tournament. The competition was organized by Oświęcimski Klub Karate (Oświęcim Karate Club) with its leaders Sensei Tadeusz Bednarczyk 3rd dan and Sensei Mariusz Pawlus 3rd dan. More »
In Kazimierz Biskupi near Konin were held the 6th Polish Championships of OYAMA PKF in Full Contact Karate. The competition was organized by the Koniński Klub Sztuk Walki (Konin Martial Arts Club) and the municipality of Kazimierz Biskupi. 58 male and female fighters, representing 18 OYAMA Karate clubs took part in the competition. The championships were at a very good both sports and organizational level, providing audience with a lot of satisfaction.
Congratulations, OSU ! More »
The final of the 9th Krakow OYAMA Karate Olympiad for Children and the Youth took place in Krakow-Poland. The tournament was organized by Krakowski Club OYAMA with its leader Shihan Jan Dyduch 7th dan. Over 830 children and the youth took part in the competition. More »
As every year, the OYAMA Polish Karate Federation awarded or honoured the best female and male fighters chosen from the group of 241 finalists of the international and all-Polish tournaments in 2009. Honours were also given to best activists and the leading clubs. More »
The European ICHIBAN Cup took place in Breda, the tournament was organised by European Organization- Kyokushinkai Tezuka Group with its leader Shihan Alain Breugelmans 7 dan. The representatives of different knockdown karate organizations and countries took part in the competition. Among the participants there were also the representatives of OYAMA Polish Karate Federation More »
Polish Cup OYAMA TOP in knockdown as well as Junior and Senior Polish Cup OYAMA Polish Karate Federation in Semi-knockdown took place in Jelenia Góra. About 200 female and male fighters, representing 31 Oyama karate clubs and 3 Kyokushin-Tezuka Group clubs, took part in the competition. The competition was at very good both sports and organizational level. More »
Oyama Karate Championships of Brandenburg took place in Cottbus, October 17th
2009. The tournament gathered over 80 competitors from Germany and Poland. Besides the competitors from Oyama style we had competitors from Kyokushinkai from Berlin. Doitsu-Budo Kwai e. V Club form Cottbus was the organizer of the tournament, represented by Sensei Christie Herold and Sensei Carsten Augsten. Country representative OYAMA IKF in Germany - Sensei Andrzej Tomiałowicz was also present at the tournament.
OYAMA IKF European Cup was held from May 16 to 17 in Bydgoszcz, Poland. The tournament was divided into the following categories: Kata, Semi-knockdown and Knockdown. About 340 competitors participated in the tournament, among them foreign guests, the representatives of Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Canada, Germany, USA, Japan, Estonia, France and Belgium . The host of this prestigious event was Bydgoski Klub Oyama Karate PAŁAC. More »
Representatives of OYAMA Polish Karate Federation took part in an international competition YUKAN Ultimate Karate Championships in Montreal. The fighters won 4 medals: 1 gold and 3 silver. The best one of Poles was Łukasz Światowski who won his gold medal in a very good style. Silver medals were won by: Anna Kołodziej-Plewka, Damian Krupka and Dawid Kiszycki. The championships were organized by Sensei Denis Cordeiro 4th dan, the lider of the Canadian Kanreikai Karate organization More »
Winter Championships of Iran took place in Arak. 8 teams from 6 provinces took part in the knockdown tournament. More »
On the 25th of April, 2009 international competition: YUKAN Ultimate Karate Championships will be held in Montreal. Championships are organized under the auspices of World Kanreikai Karate. 6 fighters from OYAMA Polish Karate Federation will take part in the competition. More »
On the 18th of April, 2009 competition: All-Russia Open Karate Championships OYAMA CUP will be held in Saint Petersburg. Championships are organized under the auspices of OYAMA International Karate Federation. Sensei Igor Gubaydulin 3rd dan, the Country Representative of OYAMA IKF in Russia, will be the organizer of the competition. More »
The 15th Polish OYAMA Karate Kata Champion- ships took place in Wrocław. 240 participants from 31 clubs took part in the tournament. The championships were organized by: Wrocławski Klub Karate Oyama DRAGON with its leader Sensei Sebastian Mielcarek 2nd dan. Sensei Paweł Pajdak 4th dan (Sosnowiec) was the main referee of the competition. The President of OYAMA Polish Karate Federation, Shihan Jan Dyduch 7th dan, handed impressive cups and medals. More »
In Kiev, took place The Open Championship of Ukraine in Kata and Kobudo. The competition was organized by Sensei Bogdan Petrenko 1st dan, the official country representative of OYAMA IKF. 75 sportsmen from Ukraine and Belarus took part in the tournament. More »
The 5th Polish Full Contact Oyama Karate Championships and All-Polish Senior Oyama Karate tournament in semi-knockdown were held in Brzeszcze. Sensei Rafał Czopek 3rd dan from Oyama Karate Brzeszcze Club was the organizer of the competition. More »
In the 19th European Kyokushin IBK Championships in the Hague, the Polish representatives of Oyama Karate: Marta Szostak, Warszawa-Tygrys and Łukasz Łuczyński, Kozienice, won two gold medals and defended their titles of the European Champions! More »
Sensei Chancel Michel has founded French Oyama Karate Association (Association Francaise d`Oyama-Karate) with its headquarters in Strasburg.
At the same time, Sensei Michel has become the branch representative of OYAMA IKF in France. More »
The representatives of Oyama Karate from Narva performed very well in Open Kohtla-Jarve Kyokushinkai Karate Championships. More »
As every year, the OYAMA Polish Karate Federation awarded or honoured the best female and male fighters chosen from the group of 275 finalists of the international and all-Polish tournaments in 2008. Honours were also given to best activists and the leading clubs. More »
Polish Cup OYAMA TOP took place in Lubliniec. It was organized by Lubliniecki Klub Oyama Karate with its leader Sensei Bogusław Plewka 3rd dan. About 40 leading knockdown fighters from 15 Oyama Karate clubs took part in the competition. More »
The 2 nd Full Contact Karate World Cup "Kanreikai Open" took place in Danbury, CT, USA. The Polish representatives of OYAMA Polish Karate Federation won 4 medals in this well staffed competition: 3 gold and 1 silver. More »
Annual Junior and Senior Polish Cup of OYAMA PFK in Semi-knockdown took place in Jelenia Góra. The competion was under the patronage of Mr Marek Obrębalski- the President of the City of Jelenia Góra. About 180 female and male fighters took part in the competition. They represented 31 Oyama karate clubs and one Kyokushin-Tezuka Group club. More »
On the 19th of July, 2008, Sensei Piotr Picheta from the Cracovian OYAMA Club, together with his three colleagues: Maciej Chmielecki, Damian Granowski and Tomek Mucha, reached Georgia, crossing Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey. More »
Shihan Seyed Hossein Moghadasi 6th dan, the leader of Iran Kenpo Karate Federation, joined OYAMA IKF. More »
Mr Taj Mohammad, the Secretary-General of Indian Sports Martial Arts Association, took the leadership in OYAMA Indian Karate Federation with its headquarters in Delhi More »
Sensei Quasim Ali from Pakistan has joined OYAMA International Karate Federation. Sensei Quasim was promoted to 2nd
dan in karate Kyokushin in 2006. More »
Open OYAMA Karate Championships took place in Zhlobin. Sensei Aleksey Burdyka, the director of "Taipan" Club in Zhlobin, was the organizer of the competition. More »
St.Petersburg hosted the Russian Open Karate Championships "OYAMA CUP". Participants competed in 17 categories. The best fighters took part in the tournament. They were the representatives of knockdown karate clubs from Moscow, the Moscow area, St.Petersburg, Leningrad region, Novgorod, the Novgorod area, Ivanovo, as well as Ukraine and Estonia. More »
Polish Senior Knockdown Karate Championships of Polish Karate Federation took place in Wrocław. Mr Rafał Dutkiewicz, Mayor of the city of Wrocław and Shihan Jan Dyduch, President of OYAMA Polish Karate Federation took patronage over the competition. More »
In Stolin took place a Belarusian Oyama Karate Kata Cup. The competition was organized by the "Saiha" club with its leader, sensei Igor Yurkevich 2nd
dan. 75 sportsmen, aged 8-17 years, took part in the tournament. More »
The 1st Open Brandenburgian Oyama Karate Championships in semi-knockdown took place in Cottbus, Germany. More »
Oświęcim hosted the 11th
Polish Junior and Senior Championships of Polish Karate Federation in semi-knockdown. More »
The representatives of Oyama karate from Estonia won four medals during the 5th
Estonian Open Kyokushinkai IFK Championships in Kotla-Jarve. 118 fighters took part in the competition. More »
The 14th Polish OYAMA Karate Kata Championships took place in Łask. 181 participants from 28 clubs took part in the tournament. More »
The final of the 7th
Krakow Oyama Karate Olympiad for Children and the Youth took place in the Central Dojo in Krakow. The tournament was organized by Krakowski Club OYAMA with its leader Shihan Jan Dyduch 7th
dan. Over 900 children and the youth took part in the competition. More »
Krystian Krygier - the great fighter of Polish OYAMA Karate won a silver medal during the 5th
World Kempo Championships in full-contact /K-1/ category, in Faro, Portugal. More »
The representatives of OYAMA Polish Karate Federation did very well in 18th
Open European Kyokushin IBK Championships in the Hague. Polish fighters won 5 medals: 4 gold medals and one bronze!. More »
Konin hosted the 4th
Polish Full Contact Karate Championships. The tournament was organized by Konin Martial Arts Club and its leader Sensei Stanisław Kamocki 1st
dan. 47 male and female fighters from 18 OYAMA Karate clubs took part in the championships. More »
Open All-Russia Knockdown Karate Tournament "The Gold Ring Russia" took place in Ivanovo, Russia. It was organized by Oyama IKF. 203 sportsmen, aged 6- 15 years old, participated in the tournament. They represented 21 cities of Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Estonia. More »
In Narva, Estonia took place a kyu examination combined with a seminar. More »
The Open OYAMA Karate Championships of Northwest Federal district of Russia took place in Great Novgorod. 16 leading clubs took part in the tournament. They were from Great Novgorod, Moscow, the Moscow area, Saint Petersburg, the Leningrad region, Ivanovo, the Ivanovo area, the Novgorod area. More »
OYAMA International Karate Federation accepted Sensei Karen Zhamkochyan 3rd
dan from Armenia. More »
Sincere greetings from Egypt were sent to all members of Oyama Karate by Sensei Igor Gubaydulin 3rd dan, Country Representative of OYAMA IKF in Russia. OSU! More »
Grand Master Shigeru Oyama 10th dan spend several days in Poland at the special invitation of the OYAMA Polish Karate Federation. Within the framework of the 13th International Qualification and Training Seminary, Soshu led unforgettable trainings for children... More »
Polish Cup OYAMA TOP took place in Andrychów. 35 leading knockdown fighters from 17 clubs of: Oyama Karate, Tezuka Group and IBK Kyokushin took part in the competitions. Małopolski Klub Karate, with its leader Sensei Jacek Kasperek 3rd dan, was the host of the tournament... More »
The representatives of the OYAMA Polish Karate Federation triumphed in all categories in the Full Contact Karate World Cup "Kanreikai Open" which took place in Danbury, CT, USA. The competitors of different styles and countries such as the USA, Canada and Poland took part in the tournament... More »
As every year, the OYAMA Polish Karate Federation awarded or honoured the best female and male fighters chosen from the gropu of 314 finalists of the international and all-Polish tournaments in 2007. Honours were also given to the best coach, activists and the leading clubs. More »
Jelenia Góra hosted Polish Junior and Senior Cup Polish Karate Federation in semi-knockdown. About 160 participants, from 35 karate centres such as: Oyama Karate, Tezuka Group and IFK Kyokushin, took part in the tournament. There were also representatives of the OYAMA IKF from Belarus... More »
Sensei Ashrafov Aziz Pasha (3rd dan), leader of Goju-ryu / Shidokan karate in Baku, has been accepted as a member of OYAMA International Karate Federation, working under the patronage of Soshu Shigeru Oyama 10th dan... More »