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FULL-CONTACT

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True to Kyokushin tradition, IFK Australia run full contact tournaments, and participate in those of others. We usually have two events a year - one as part of the Interclub series, and the other as part of our Annual tournament.

NON-CONTACT

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ANNUAL TOURNAMENT

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INTERCLUB

INTERNATIONAL

As a member of the IFK, we have access to many international events all over the world. IFK tournaments and camps are held on a regular basis in the various member countries, and also with affiliated organisations. Details of these can be found on the IFK Events page and other information is also available on their Facebook page

The IFK is affiliated with the Kyokushin World Union (KWU) with which they conduct many joint tournaments and camps..  The KWU is an organisation dedicated to bring together again as many as possible of the Kyokushin factions and splinter groups that formed after Mas Oyama, the founder of Kyokushin, died. A comprehensive KWU calendar can be found on their website and their Facebook page.


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Forms and Documents

Useful information

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Tournament Information

  • IFK-AU Full Contact Rules
  • IFK Junior Contact Rules
  • IFK-AU Medical Form for full contact
  • IFK-AU Contact Weight Guidelines

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