1st International Kyokushin-Kan Karate Open
Bouctouche, NB, Canada
June 6th, 2015
Welcoming Kyokushin fighters from around the world!
Open to all Kyokushin styles.
Doors open at: 10am Night: 6pm
Entry Fee: Day time $10.00 Night: $15.00
Junior World Tournament
Toda City, Japan
Community College in Dieppe
Road to Japan
Pictured here is TEAM ACKK who will be traveling to Japan in April 2012 to participate in the All Japan Tournaments held in Saitama City. The 3-day event features the All Japan Junior Tournament, All Japan Women Tournament and All Japan Kata Tournament. Over 1200 juniors usually attend the event, and for the first time we will have a representative in the Kata event.
Holding the flag: Jérôme Grant, Kendra Arsenault, Ryan Leblanc, Catlyn Thériault, Alex McLeod, Evan Thériault Back row: Shihan Ray Cormier, Jason Arsenault, Janic Letourneau-Leblanc, Pam Taylor, Karine Thibodeau, Nikolas Campbell, Ryan Arsenault & Sensei John J Nowlan
Janic Letourneau-Leblanc will represent ACKK in the All Japan Women Tournament
Pam Taylor is the first one to represent ACKK and Canada in the All Japan Kata Tournament
The Japan Team coaches: Shihan Ray Cormier, Jason Arsenault and Sensei John J Nowlan
February 18, 2012
I would like to congratulate Sensei JJ Nowlan for successfully hosting the 2nd Kyokushin-kan Junior Inter-school tournament, a fundraiser for Team Japan, held this past Saturday at the Barachois dojo. I would like to thank all the representatives of the Kyokushin-kan dojos present, as well as our friends, Shihan Guy Salter, Shihan Daniel Gaudet, Sensei Martin Savoie, Sensei Marcel Savoie, Sensei Mike Lannigan and their students for supporting the event.
A big thank you to all the officials for another excellent job, the Parents' committee, Finance Committe president Charline Cormier and VP Irene Doiron, and all the volunteers for all your work.
All the juniors did a superb job representing their dojos, and as always, you all showed great sportsmanship and budo spirit, hopefully you also made some new friends.
My gratitude to our Moncton dojo photographer, Wade Carrier and Barachois dojo photographer Norm LeBlanc for some great shots!