Our best trainees

Štefan Brieška

Champion of the World Karate Clubs from 2005 in the category of sports kumite up to 75 kg in the World Karate Confederation (WKC).

Robert Prôčka

Second vice-champion of the World Karate Clubs from 2005 in the category over 80 kg in the World Karate Confederation (WKC).

Dominika Sabová

Second vice-champion of the World Karate Clubs from 2005 in the category over 80 kg in the World Karate Confederation (WKC). In the photo, the first one on the right.

Annamária Rusnáková Linderová

Vice-champion of the World Karate Clubs in 2005 in the women’s kata category in the World Karate Confederation (WKC). In the photo, the second one on the right.

Ľuboš Ráchela

Vice-champion of Europe from 2006 in the category of kata over 40 years of age in the organization World Karate Confederation (WKC), Multiple medalist of Czechoslovakia and SSR kumite and kata from the time before 1989

Michal Ditte

World Vice Champion 2006 Word Karate Goju-ryu Karate Federation (WGKF) in kumite up to 75 kg and World Champion 2007 in Word Traditional Karate Association (WTKA) in kumite up to 75 kg.

Tomáš Pupkay

Two-time winner of the European Youth Cup 2008, 2009 in the kumite sports match over 76 kg juniors in the organization Word karate federation (WKF).

Kamila Macejáková

Master of Slovakia 2017, 2018 in the style of goju-ryu collective kata exercises of junior girls in the Slovak Karate Association.

Veronika Pinterová

Master of Bratislava 2019 in collective kata exercises for younger students in the organization Association of Karate Clubs Bratislava (AKKB).