Monday, December 26, 2011
Karate was part of these games and wu-shu kung fu (was there enough Chinese influence in Mediterranean culture and sports last centuries?).
23 countries (near Mediterranean see)(San Marino, Monaco, Malta, Cyprus, Andorra...)
28 sports - (fighting: karate, judo, boxing, wrestling)
Savate Mediterranean games (not official ones) 2004, Toulouse, FRANCE
Issa Barhoumi (Tunisisa) vs Luka Habek (Croatia)
Official Mediterranean games website:
http://www.cijm.org.gr/en - AT THE MOMENT THIS BRILLIANT OLYMPIC REGIONAL GAMES DON'T POSES ITS OWN WEBSITE. TRAGEDY? COMEDY? DRAMA?
Marsin 2013 games: (strange website):
Reception Equipe de France Boxe Savate Police Montauban
Interview with Laurent CRIBIER trainer of France Savate Police team
7th Combat BOUBEE JONATHAN vs MAROUANE HATIFI
Demonstration SAAR ISMAELA and YACINE BOUAISSA
3rd Combat HAKIM ABDELLAOUI vs Cyril JACQUE
2nd Combat JHONATAN BUPTO vs FALENDRY ROMAIN
1st combat ELODIE DUPRES (Bordeaux) vs LESLIE FONTAINE (Impact Aquitaine)
There was also Stephane Doya.
Saturday, December 24, 2011
Cambrai, France 17th of December 2011
Probably AIBA will try to include boxing among 2013 European university championships - EUSA
INTERNATIONAL EUROPEAN STUDENT BOXING TOURNAMENT 2011
Participants came from Azerbaijan, Belarus, Denmark, Estonia, France, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russian Federation, Sweden and Ukraine.
The event was organized by the Russian Students Boxing Federation, Russian Boxing Federation, Boxing Development Centre Alexey Kiselev and Russian Students Sport Union (RSSU) under the patronage of the European University Sports Association (EUSA) and European Boxing Confederation.
Tournament program consisted of the competitions in 10 weight categories 49kg, 52 kg, 56 kg, 60 kg, 64 kg, 69 kg, 75 kg, 81 kg, 91 kg, +91 kg. The Organizers did their best to provide very high level of the competitions, create great athletes-friendly environment during the tournament and fully succeeded in their efforts.
Athletes, coaches, referees, volunteers, guests and many more people involved in the preparation of the tournament expressed their praise for high quality of the organization of the event. The tournament took place in modern multifunctional sports and exhibition complex Crocus City Hall which had the accommodation, catering and sports venue in closest proximity under one roof. The venue met all demands for organization of the international tournaments ensuring high standard of the competitions.
The event was attended by EUSA vice president, Russian Students Sport Union president Oleg Matytsin, Russian Students Boxing Federation president Nurulla Sattarov, Russian Boxing Federation 1st vice president Andrey Danko, Russian Boxing Federation executive director Evgeny Sudakov, honorary president of the Russian Boxing Federation Anatoly Bykov. Many famous Russian Athletes - Olympic and world champions were honorary guests of the tournament - among them were Alexandr Lebzyak, Shamil Sabirov, Vyacheslav Yanovskiy, Evgeny Makarenko, Raimkul Malakhbekov, Kamil Djamaludinov, Victor Ulyanich, Petr Galkin, Andrey Mishin, Valery Abajan, Vladimir Sozinov, Alexandr Leonov and other guests.
Gold winners per category:
49 kg: Magomed IBIEV, RUS
52 kg: Dmitry SOTNIKOV, RUS
56 kg: Grigoriy NIKOLAYCHUK, RUS
60 kg: Viktor BATALOV, RUS
64 kg: Ruslan URICH, RUS
69 kg: Tomasz KOT, POL
75 kg: Alexander GANZULYA, UKR
81 kg: Tagir PIRDAMOV, RUS
91 kg: Alexander KARAKAZYAN, RUS
+91 kg: Jan SUDILOVSKYI, BLR
Sunday, December 18, 2011
Aleksandar Topic (Serbia) vs Goran Borovic (Croatia) - Low Kick -72 kg
Strugar (Montenegro) vs Ahagan (France) - Wako Pro Low Kick -88,6 kg
Dario Borosa; SK Stubica, D. Stubica - first place
Nikola Pustak, SK Stubica, D. Stubica - second place
Luka Leskovic; SK Stubica, D. Stubica - first place
Drvoderic Bruno, SK Omega, Varazdin - second place
Slaven Ivic, SK Omega, Varazdin - first place
Silvije Kebet; SK Stubica, D. Stubica - second place
Ivan Bijader; SK Kraljevec, Zagreb - first place
Lovro Kovacic; SK Stubica, D. Stubica - second place
Gruic Joseph, SK Kraljevec, Zagreb - disqualification
Roko Skarica; SK Omega, Varazdin - disqualification
Mario Jantolek; SK Kobra, M. Bistrica - first place
Ivica Babic, SK Kobra, M. Bistrica - second place
Valentino Blazinic; SK Stubica, D. Stubica - first place
Andreas Novak, SK Omega, Varaždin - second place
Zdenko Mirt, SK Stubica, D. Stubica - first place
Ivica Bosak, SK Stubica, D. Stubica - second place
Marko Gospocic; SK Stubica, D. Stubica - first place
Tomislav Samec; SK Stubica, D. Stubica - second place
Zoran Miletic, SK Stubica, D. Stubica - first place
Silvio Horvat, SK Omega Gym, Kneginec - second place
Friday, December 16, 2011
competed University men savate championship 2011, Nis, Serbia.
The best fighters were students of Savate boks club "Ruma" and Savate club "Goran Ostojic" - Belgrade.
1st University men savate championship - Novi Sad
2nd University men savate championship - Zrenjanin
3rd University men savate championship - Belgrade
4th University men savate championship - Nis
Winners of University men savate championship Serbia 2011 are candidates for a World university savate championship 2012 (FISU).
IS SERBIAN SAVATE BETTER INFORMED ABOUT WUC 2012 THAN OTHER SAVATE FEDERATIONS, BECAUSE WHEN WE LOOK IN FISU CALENDAR
THERE WAS ALMOST SEVERAL MONTHS AGO VERY CLEAR STATED THAT THERE WILL BE NO - World university savate championship 2012 (FISU).
BUT IF IT WILL HAPPEN, THAN WE HAVE TO THANK THIS PARANORMAL ACTIVITY OF PREDICTING THE NEAR FUTURE.
Maybe the best answers could be find at the representatives of SAVATE CT FISU
2010-2011 Alexandre Walnier (BEL)
2011-2015 Jurij Obreza (SLO)
All in all - Serbian savate federation is strong savate federation. It works very good and all activities in university savate sport are more than welcome. So all the best to Serbian savate.
Results of Serbian 4th University assaut Savate Championships:
First - Marko Ruzic - Belgrade, Faculty of Sport and fizz. education, Belgrade
Second - Mihajlo Zivkovic - Belgrade, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Belgrade
First - Miroslav Belosevic - Ruma, Higher Railroad School, Belgrade
Second - Mark Nenadic - Belgrade, Belgrade Flight school
Third - Darko Grujic - Ruma, Higher Agricultural School, Sabac
First - Milos Vijuk - Ruma, Novi Sad Faculty of Economics
Second - Stanko Lucic - Belgrade, Belgrade University
First - Nikola Cukic - Belgrade, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, Belgrade
Second - Filip Crnogorac - Belgrade, Belgrade Faculty of Security
Third - Nemanja Reljin - Belgrade, Zemun College Medical School
First - Alexander Jurisic - Ruma, Faculty of business Novi Sad
Second - Marko Susa - Belgrade, Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, Belgrade
Third - Milos Popovic - Nis, Nis Faculty of Electronic Engineering
Third - Milan Milosevic - Nis, Faculty of Law, Nis
SportAccord World Combat Games will be held from 19 to 26 October 2013. The Opening Ceremony is scheduled for 18 October.
Various competitions may take place in the Ice Palace of St. Petersburg, a indoor multi-purpose complex that can accommodate more than 12 000 spectators. The Palace was specifically build for the Ice Hockey World Championships in St. Petersburg in 2000.
The selection of athletes for the SportAccord World Combat Games will be based on international rankings and results of in international championships. At the same time, it is the objective to have athletes from all over the world participating. The actual number of athletes will depend on the specific selection criteria set by each International Federation. The average will 80 athletes.
Organisation: Russian Union of Martial Arts
Saturday, December 10, 2011
Is this the opportunity to promote savate on university level in Poland?
The idea of creating a television channel was born among two members of the AZS club from Opole: Tomasz Wrobel and Tomasz Zajaczkowski. When AZS activists were looking for a new method to voice the AZS work, it turned out that television (especially internet television) today is one of the most popular tools of selling information to the general public. “Nowadays people read less, because it takes time. They prefer to see information compounds as good made short films, with an interesting, funny comment. Information served in such manner reaches the audience easier and faster than prepared in any other method.” – says Tomasz Wrobel.
The preparations of the TV Channel took a year. The guys with their heads full of concepts had a lot of work during the preparatory year – everything was done and funded by them. They worked out plans and assumptions of the TV, created a logo, built a web page and prepared some trial materials. Camera operator and editor, Przemyslaw Nikiel turned out a big support for the TV. He joined the TV staff and now is responsible for the technical preparations of AZStv. The forth member of the staff is the mysterious „Kuguar” (his/her identity and role in AZStv are still unknown).
The young journalists don’t intend to work alone. They look for a co-operation with the AZS members and clubs. It is possible that we will see the effects of the cooperation soon. Short after a debut of the TV Channel, AZS clubs and environments consider to air their films, materials or prepare new programs for the first TV station within the Association.
What kind of materials we will see on AZStv? First of all, information about AZS activities. During the academic year, the Association organizes Polish University Championships in a dozen disciplines and several other smaller and bigger sport events, conferences and trainings. “AZStv is a good opportunity to reveal AZS from the inside. We would like to promote innovative things, initiatives in our Association, we’re not afraid to raise tough subjects. And because we like to surprise our viewers, don’t be astonished when we catch you with a camera somewhere unexpectedly at 7 o’clock a.m.”, Tomasz explained.
Although AZStv has just started, the TV staff already thinks about the future. “It will be perfect when every region ofPoland, where the AZS exists, has its own TV staff with young journalists, who will prepare films and programs for AZStv. It could be a very good start to a career in professional media for young people. In the future we also plan to do reports from international competitions and make programs in different languages.”
AZStv started its activities successfully. During the first days of working, its website www.AZStv.pl registered around 3,000 viewers and this number still goes up. A good sign!
Friday, December 09, 2011
Thursday, December 08, 2011
Violent KO - Deborah - Savate club IPSO Valence(26) -finals - France espoir combat saturday - 3th of December 2011 in Salle Vallier, Marseille(13), France.
Anne Sophie Mathis (France) vs Holly Holm (USA) - professional english boxing
American coach didn't throw a towel... but anyway is it normal for women to be exposed to injuries like that?
Saturday, December 03, 2011
Thursday, December 01, 2011
Frederic Heini (FRA) vs. Agron Preteni (FRA) +85 kg
And the super Yannick in action ...
Yannick Foeller (FRA) vs. Jose Debrabandere (BEL)
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Opening the 2011 AIBA Annual Awards Ceremony, AIBA President, Dr. Ching-Kuo Wu unveiled the APB logo in front of delegates from the National Federations who participated in the Olympic Boxing Test Event this week.
"After the launch of APB was officially announced in Astana on 1 August 2011, this is another historic moment in the development of the Program. I truly believe this is a crucial time for our sport with the London 2012 Olympic Games just around the corner. With the support of our National Federations, AIBA has to become the ultimate responsible body for the boxers' entire careers, from grassroots to amateur and all the way through to the professional ranks. APB is the final piece of the jigsaw for AIBA's vision in achieving this. I look forward to shortly being able to reveal the first boxers signed up to APB", stated President Wu.
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
After the announcement of the launch of APB on August 1, AIBA established an interim office registered in Lausanne, Switzerland, at the same location as the AIBA Headquarters. We are now in a process of developing the APB Initiative in partnership with a major consulting company in order to be fully prepared for the official start of the APB Program.
As a result, we seek to find a COO for APB to start with immediate effect. We hope that the opportunity of working as part of the global boxing family will generate a maximum of interest. For full details of the job description and the relevant requirements for the position, please see below.
1. LIST OF DUTIES:
- Report to CEO on any issues related to APB HQs Office administration and operation of APB programs
- Responsible for day to day management of APB HQs Office Annual budget development
- Business Plan Development and Implementation
- Responsible for all competition related issues including the development of Technical and Competition Rules
- Responsible for managing all stakeholders including boxers, coaches, R&Js, supervisors, ringside doctors, etc.
- An excellent reputation as a trustworthy person
- Knowledge of sporting rules & regulations and the international sports environment
- Experience in the organization of international events
- Proven leadership skills, including in stressful and multi-stakeholder environments
- Experience in the management of a start-up company would be an advantage
- Experience in budget preparation and implementation
- Excellent business understanding
- International working experience
- Fluency in English, good knowledge of any of Spanish, Russian, French or German is a plus
- Computer literate
- Good experience in the field of boxing will be great advantage
- Salary: Competitive
Monday, November 21, 2011
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
and Melissa Quelfennec (heavier one) from a FISU - World university savate championship 2010 in Nantes, France - watch ---> 8:28
--> 3:48 forward
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
WAKO kickboxing: Djibrine Fall Telemaque FFSCDA french savate light contact kickboxing WAKO selector
And now who can say that International savate federation structures are not connected with Kickboxing WAKO structures. And all the mess we observe in Italy is produced - IN FRANCE.
Monday, November 07, 2011
Baptiste, Garance, Lacenaire and Avril in cabaret Rouge-Gorge. Baptiste Deburau (J. L. Barrault) - J. Janin, specialist of savate - baton, la canne and french boxing ...
Saturday, November 05, 2011
Manny Pacquiao, is a Filipino professional boxer and politician. He is an eight-division world champion, the first boxer in history to win ten world titles in eight different weight divisions. He is also the first boxer in history to win the lineal championship in four different weight classes. He was named "Fighter of the Decade" for the 2000's by the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA). He is also a three-time BWAA and The Ring "Fighter of the Year" in 2006, 2008 and 2009.
and talented singer :)
The 3rd annual Russian University Sports Festival was held in Chelyabinsk on October 3-7th, 2011. More than 500 students from 50 Russian universities from 25 regions of the Russian Federation took part in the Festival.
The event was organized by the Russian Students Sport Union (RSSU), Ministry of Sports, Tourism and Youth Policy of the Russian Federation, with the support from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Chelyabinsk region.
Festival programs consisted of the following sports: badminton, table tennis, athletics, street basketball, sambo, taekwondo, aerobics. Also the second consecutive year in the framework of the Festival, the Quiz on knowledge of history of sports and Olympic movement was conducted among the participants.
The opening ceremony was attended by Vice-chairman of Chelyabinsk region Legislative Assembly, Minister of physical education, sport and tourism of the Chelyabinsk Region, Chairman of the Organizing Committee, rector of the Ural State University of Physical Education, professor, vice-president of the Russian Students Sport Union Leonid Kulikov.The Organizers did their best to make this significant sports and cultural event memorable and to create friendly and comfortable environment for the participants and they succeeded in reaching these aims.
In the framework of the Festival All-Russian sports science conference took place on October 5-7th, 2011. The main theme of the Conference was “Actual problems and tendencies of university sports development in the Russian Federation”. More than 150 sports specialists from 28 cities of the Russian Federation and also from Ukraine and Kazakhstan took part in the event.Mr Oleg Matytsin - RSSU President, EUSA Vice-President and FISU 1st Vice-President, made the presentation on the theme “Tendencies of international university sports development”. The participant of the Conference could attend several sport science seminars and workshops and use this great opportunity to share their experience and exchange views and ideas on university sports development in different regions of the Russian Federation.
The Closing Ceremony of the Festival was held on October 7th, 2011. During the spectacular Ceremony highlighted by the performances of Chelyabinsk best artists and show groups trophies and awards were presented to the participants. The rectors of the participating universities and the governors of the regions of the Russian Federations participating in the event received the letters of gratitude from the Governor of the Chelyabinsk region. A party followed after the closing ceremony ended.
World university student championships (Turkey students participation) - NO SAVATE
National student/university championship - NO SAVATE
but you can find Muay Thai national student championship? Is Muay thai FISU sport? NO. Congratulations to stabil FISU structures. :)
Thursday, November 03, 2011
(Second from the left) Ennio Falsoni (WAKO kickboxing/FIKBMS) and (third from the left) Davide Carlot (IFMA Muay Thai / FIMT) and their representatives Diego Calzolari e Marco Ceriani FIKBMS and Mauro Bassetti FIMT talked about reunification in ONE federation - probably called FIKBMS (kickboxing).
They want to unite all fighters in one competition system in this calendar year and prepare them for European championship IFMA 2012 in Ucraine and World championship IFMA 2012 in Russia.
This two sports - so different in its essence - and so rich in its tradition - one american and the other thai finally found that ... they have the same inetersts.
Group SKS365 is registered company (probably in) Innsbruck (Austria) and operate as a website "planetwin 365"is a new sponsor of FIKBMS/WAKO kickboxing.
Gambling, sport betting, ... future of the sport
Wednesday, November 02, 2011
- Chi Sau
- Amateur MMA
- NO GI
- Capoeira Campeonato
- BTC Team Championships
Tuesday, November 01, 2011
Sunday, October 30, 2011
● Win by disqualification: if a boxer is disqualified for dangerous or unsportsmanlike behavior, the opponent is declared the winner.
● Win by walkover: a boxer’s opponent wins if a boxer fails to make weight, misses a scheduled bout, or is unable to compete because of medical reasons.
● No contest: a match that is called off for extenuating circumstances (lights fail, ring is damaged, etc).
● Winning a bout (professional): A professional boxer wins a fight by (1) knockout, (2) technical knockout, (3) decision, or (4) disqualification.
Laura Purcell, MD
Claire M. A. LeBlanc, MD
Teri M. McCambridge, MD, Chairperson
Joel S. Brenner, MD, MPH, Chairperson-elect
Holly J. Benjamin, MD
Charles T. Cappetta, MD
Rebecca A. Demorest, MD
Mark E. Halstead, MD
Chris G. Koutures, MD
Cynthia R. LaBella, MD
Michele Labotz, MD
Keith Loud, MD
Stephanie S. Martin, MD
Amanda Weiss-Kelly, MD
PAST MEMBERS/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Andrew J. M. Gregory, MD
Stephen G. Rice, MD, PhD, MPH
Joel Bouzou is President and Founder of "Peace and Sport, L’Organisation pour la Paix par le Sport”.
In 1991, he founded the association “Rassemblement par le Sport (RPS)”, which encourages the social integration of young people living in the outskirts of cities through sport.
Peace and Sport was founded as an extension of RPS based on an observation and a certainty.
The observation was that governments, international organizations and major stakeholders in civil society are always looking for ways to bring about sustainable peace in regions where conflicts persist.
The certitude was that sport is a universal language in which there is one rule that unites everyone. Much more than a game, it is a tool for dialogue, brotherhood and respect that transcends political, social, racial and religious differences that are often at the heart of conflicts in this world.
Thus, in 2007 Peace and Sport was founded with the aim of taking concrete action for peace, offering actors for peace solutions based on core values generated by sport and by mobilizing the sports movement to promote peace.
An elite Pentathlete, Joel has participated in four Olympic Games (Moscow 1980, Los Angeles 1984, Seoul 1988 and Barcelona 1992) receiving the bronze medal at the 1984 Games.
In 1987, he won the title of World Champion in Modern Pentathlon.
Deeply involved in the development of his preferred sport, since 1997 Joël has been Secretary General of the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM).
He has also been an Advisor to H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco since 2006.
A French national, Joel has been awarded the Legion of Honour and the National Order of Merit. He has also been decorated with the French medal ‘Médaille d’Or de la Jeunesse et des Sports.’
In 2009 he was awarded a Honoris Causa Doctorate in Humane Letters from the University for Peace in recognition of “his unique worldwide leadership role in promoting peace and mutual understanding among different cultures, and his leadership of organizations devoted to these objectives.”
Finally, Joël Bouzou is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Sport and Citizenship Association.
He holds a Masters degree in Law and Sport Economics.