Actus 14/06/2022

Antonio Tusseau (+90 kg), en dominant le Polonais Sypien en finale, et Shainez Elhaimour (-65 kg) sont à nouveau devenus champions d’Europe samedi à Varna (Bulgarie) à l’occasion des 35e Championnats d’Europe par catégorie de poids IKO disputés, rappelons-le, sans les Russes.Tous les résultats + des vidéos des combats

 

Par Ludovic Mauchien

Photo : IKO

 

Actus 11/02/2022

Sa 1ère Coupe de France, il l’a gagnée en 2002. La dernière ?... Le week-end passé ! A 35 ans, Maxime Demeautis est toujours au faîte de son art, le Kyokushinkaï. Père de 3 (jeunes) enfants, gérant et coach d’une salle de sport, il est retourné vivre en Normandie. Il fait des aller-retours le week-end à Paris pour faire du sparring. Mais qu’est-ce qui fait courir « Max » ?

 

Par Ludovic Mauchien

Photo : Denis Boulanger

 

Actus 25/11/2019

 

It took 2 extra times and the Tameshiwari (breaking test) to know the 12th World Open champion in Kyokushinkai history. Japan's Mikio Ueda dominated Russia's Aleksandr Eremenko in Tokyo on Sunday in the World Open Tournament final. A 12th edition marked by an excellent general level and the ultra-domination of Russians and Japanese (14 out of 16 in top 16).

 

By Ludovic Mauchien

Photo : DR

 

Actus 21/11/2019

 

He was World silver medalist in 1992 (WKF), 3 times world team champion from 1994 to 1998 with the Golden French team. Once his high-level career ended, past 30, he has been passionate about Kyokushinkai, that he practices now for more than 10 years. His club ? The ACBB of Jacques Legree, of Antonio Tusseau also, one of the top 6 favorites of the 12th World Open Tournament (November 22-24). Referee, coach at his hours, a bit mentor of "Tonio", he gives us his feelings about Kyokushinkai and his protégé.

 

By Ludovic Mauchien

Photo : L. Mauchien

 

Actus 23/11/2019

 

The day 2 of the Kyokushinkai World Open Tournament (IKO) that is held every 4 years just ended in Tokyo. Here are the Top 32 that will fight tomorrow, Sunday. The winner will do 5 more fights. For now, all the top favorites are still qualified. Russia and Japan lead the championship.

 

By Ludovic Mauchien

Photo : L. Mauchien

 

Actus 20/11/2019

 

For the first time in history, a Frenchman is among the favorites for the supreme title, awarded every 4 years at the World Open Tournament. The 12th of the name takes place this weekend in Tokyo (November 22-24). Antonio Tusseau has already been there for a week. He has been training hard for 6 months, we could even say for 10 years. 2-times European champion, 2-times winner of the All American Open, the 28-year-old French prodigy has reached maturity. He polished his style without erasing his gentle madness. He took 10 kg to hit harder. He immersed himself in Russia and Japan... What if it was his year ? Time of the ultimate truth (kyokushin) has come !

 

By Ludovic Mauchien

Photo : L. Mauchien