Coaches

Ing. Ľuboš Ráchela

6. Dan

6. DAN karate, awarded by the Examination Committee of the International Federation of Goju-ryu Karate and Kobudo located in Naha, OKINAWA (KOKUSAI Goju-ryu Karate Kobudo Renmei) karate coach of the 2nd qualification level, 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 the Czechoslovakia and SSR kumite and kata from the time before 1989. He has been practicing karate since 1978, a specialist in kumite and OKINAWA KARATE.

Richard Pobjecky

4. Dan

4. DAN karate awarded by the examination committee of the Bratislava Karate Association. karate coach of the 2nd universal trainer for all age groups with a professional approach, specialist in kicking techniques, stretching and kobudo (fighting with weapons such as nunchaku, bo, say, kama). He has been practicing karate since 1990.

Mgr. Dominika Sabová

4. Dan

4. DAN karate awarded by the examination committee of the Slovak Federation of Okinawa Karate and Kobudo (SFOKK). Karate trainer of the 2nd qualifying level. Second vice- champion of the World Karate Clubs from 2005 in the category of kata women black belt in the World Karate Confederation (WKC). Executioner specialist. He has been practicing karate since 1990.

Ing. Annamária Rusnáková Linderová

4. Dan

4. DAN karate awarded by the examination committee of the Bratislava Karate Association (AKB), 1st qualifying level. Vice-champion of the World Karate Clubs in 2005 in the women’s kata category in the World Karate Confederation (WKC). She has been practicing karate since 1989. She is a specialist in children’s karate.

Matúš Pieš

1. Dan

 

1. DAN karate awarded by the examination committee of the Bratislava Karate Association (AKB), referee of the 1st qualifying level of karate, club representative in the judging panel of the Bratislava Karate Club Association (AKKB). Coaches assistant for work with youth and club medic. He has been practicing karate since 2007.