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EVROPSKE BUDO IGRE
EUROPEAN BUDO GAMES

Od 2. do 4. juna 2006. godine u Imotskom u Hrvatskoj odrzane su prve EVROPSKE BUDO IGRE, u organizaciji EVROPSKOG BUDO SAVETA. Ovom dogadjaju, koji je protekao u izuzetno prijatnoj sportskoj i fer-plej atmosferi, prisustvovali su nacionalni timovi za japansko macevanje i dziu-dzicu iz sledecih zemalja: 
 
1. HRVATSKA 
2. ITALIJA 
3. BOSNA I HERCEGOVINA 
4. NEMACKA 
5. SRBIJA 
6. SKOTSKA 
7. SVEDSKA 
8. ENGLESKA 
9. CRNA GORA 
10. CESKA 
 
Na Igrama je ucestvovalo oko 100 takmicara i vezbaca. 
 
Nacionalni budo tim iz Srbije sastavljen je od takmicara i vezbaca iz klubova Budo Saveta Srbije, iz Vrsca, Pozarevca, Smedereva, Sapca i Sremske Mitrovice. 

Dana 2. juna u sportskoj dvorani u Imotskom odrzano je vece borilackih vestina, uz svecano otvaranje Igara, sa postrojavanjem svih timova. Ucesnike su pozdravili predstavnici lokalnih vlasti, predstavnici Hrvatskog sabora, kao i gospodin Hrvoje Znaor, domacin Igara i dr Ivica Zdravkovic iz Srbije, osnivac Evropskog Budo Saveta. Demonstracija clanova srpskog tima ispracena je velikim aplauzom publike, posebno zbog sjajnog nastupa evropskih dziu-dzicu sampiona, Trivkovica i Nikolovskog iz Sremske Mitrovice. 
 
Tokom subote, 3. juna, odrzan je visesatni seminar borilackih vestina, na kome su predavaci bili Bob Ros iz Skotske (8. Dan, dziu-dzicu), Peter Rozendal iz Nemacke (5. Dan, dzudo), Ivica Zdravkovic iz Srbije (5. Dan, japansko macevanje) i Nik Slip iz Engleske (4. Dan, aikido i aiki-dzicu). Clanovi nacionalnog tima posetili su u popodnevnim satima Split i Makarsku. Mora se napomenuti lepo gostoprimstvo of strane domacina kako u Imotskom, tako i svuda gde su prosli pomalo neocekivani gosti iz Srbije. 
 
U nedelju 4. juna odrzani su Evropski kup u japanskim macevanju (Sport Kenjutsu) i dziu-dzici (Sport jujutsu). Nacionalni tim je ostvario sledece rezultate: 
 
1. Sportski kenjutsu (macevanje): 
 
U konkurenciji 29 muskaraca iz Srbije, Hrvatske, Italije, Bosne i Hercegovine, Engleske i Ceske, srebrnu medalju i titulu evropskog vicesampiona osvojio je Srdjan Spasic iz Pozarevca. Bronzane medalje osvojili su Igor Kesic iz Smedereva i Vladan Stevic iz Pozarevca. Sampion kontinenta postao je Djankarlo Di Tulio iz Italije. U zenskoj konkurenciji nastupilo je 8 takmicarki iz Srbije, Bosne i Hercegovine, Italije, Ceske i Hrvatske. Titulu evropskog sampiona osvojila je Adrijana Barsi, instruktor iz Vrsca. Viceprvak Evrope postala je Ljiljana Zdravkovic iz Pozarevca, a odlicno trece mesto osvojila je Marija Milosevic, koja je bila najmladji ucesnik Igara. Drugu bronzanu medalju osvojila je Jitka Zavadova iz Ceske. U ukupnom plasmanu, Nacionalni tim iz Srbije osvojio je u ovoj konkurenciji prvo mesto, sa osvojenih cak 6 od 8 medalja. 
 
2. Sportski Jujutsu - kate (dziu-dzicu demonstracije samoodbrane): 
 
U konkurenciji 7 muskih parova iz Hrvatske, Bosne i Hercegovine, Srbije, Engleske, i Ceske, najbolji su bili Vladimir Nikolovski i Nenad Trivkovic iz Sremske Mitrovice. Cestitke za sjajan nastup ovih takmicara zasluzuje i njihov trener, gospodin Aleksandar Alimpic. Srebrnu medalju osvojio je par Dejan Kostic i Vladimir Bilek iz Ceske. Bronzanu medalju za Srbiju osvojili su Nikola Dimitrijevc i Ljubomir Bjelajac. Takodje, bronzu je osvojio i par iz Bosne i Hercegovine, Vevad Livnjak i Senad Ibrahimpasic. U konkurenciji zenskih i mesovitih parova Nacionalni tim Srbije ovoga puta nije imao predstavnike. Najbolje rezultate ostvarili su takmicari iz Hrvatske. Zlatnu medalju osvojili su Drazen Sabados i Drazenka Sabados, koji vec par godina dominiraju u ovoj discilini na prostorima Balkana, a sada i Evrope. 
 
3. Sportski Jujutsu - kumite (borbe) 
 
U borbama je nastupilo oko 50 takmicara i takmicarki, podeljenih u ukupno 7 tezinskih kategorija. Sledeci takmicari iz Nacionalnog budo tima Srbije osvojili su evropska odlicja: 
 
Zlatna medalja: Pivac Branko iz Vrsca, -69kg 
Srebrne medalje: Sasa Stajic iz Vrsca, -69kg, Stefan Knezevic iz Sapca, -56kg 
Bronzane medalje: Nebojsa Manjencic iz Sapca, -94kg, Nikola Dimitrijevic iz Pozarevca, -69kg, Bojan Bakos iz Vrsca - 62kg, Gabrijel Gaspar iz Vrsca -56kg. 
 
 
Sudjenje tom Igara pomogli su ispred Srbije i gospodin Milan Vujasin iz Sapca, predsednik Budo Saveta Srbije, i gospodin Srdjan Ratkovic iz Vrsca, clan Upravnog Odbora Budo Saveta Srbije. 

From 2nd to 4th of June the Imotski town in Dalmatia, CROATIA, hosted EUROPEAN BUDO GAMES, organized by EUROPEAN BUDO COUNCIL. This event was filled with friendly atmosphere and fair-play. Following national jujutsu and sport kenjutsu teams have participated: 

 

1. CROATIA 
2. ITALY 
3. BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA 
4. GERMANY 
5. SERBIA 
6. SCOTLAND 
7. SWEDEN 
8. ENGLAND 
9. MONTENEGRO 
10. CZECH REPUBLIC 

 

There were near 100 participants on these games. 

 

Serbian National  Budo Team was composed of members from Serbian Budo Council. There were contestants from Sremska Mitrovica, Pozarevac, Vrsac, Sabac and Smederevo. 

 

On 2nd of June there he official opening ceremony took place in Imotski Sport Hall in front of couple hundreds of observers. Demonstration of martial arts was also held, with participation of several clubs from Croatia. All participants were greeted by the representatives of Imotski, representatives of Croatian parliament, and also by the host of Budo games, Mr. Hrvoje Znaor. Demonstration of Serbian team was warmly welcomed, especially the jujutsu kata demo of Serbian champions Nikolovski and Trivkovic. 

 

On Saturday 3rd of June a large seminar was organized with participation from all teams. Teachers on his seminar were Bob Ross sensei from Scotland (8th Dan Jujutsu), Peter Rosendahl sensei from Germany (5th Dan Judo), Ivica Zdravkovic sensei from Serbia (5th Dan Kenjutsu) and Nick Sleep sensei from England (4th Dan Aiki Jujutsu). Members of Serbian National team have visited Split and Makarska in the afternoon. We must emphasize particularly warm welcome and pleasant hospitality of our hosts in Imotski, as well as all the other people who were a bit surprised with this unexpected visit from Serbia. 

 

Sunday 4th of June was the sporting day, reserved for European Cup in japanese swordsmanship (Sport kenjutsu) and ju-jutsu (SPort jujutsu). National Budo team from Serbia made following results: 

 

1. Sport kenjutsu 

 

In concurrence of 29 men from Serbia, Croatia, Italy, Bosnia & Herzegovina, England and Czech Republic, winner was Mr. Giancarlo De Tullio from Italy, chanbara sensei. Silver medal and the title of vice-champion went to Srdjan Spasic from Serbia, current Serbian chanbara Grandchampion. Two bronze medals also went to Serbian swordsmen, Igor Kesic and Vladan Stevic. In female concurrence there were 8 contestants from Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Italy and Czech Republic. Adrijana Barsi from Serbia became the European Champion. Silver medal was won by Ljiljana Zdravkovic from Serbia. Jitka Zavadova from Czech Republic and Marija Milosevic from Serbia won bronze medals. Serbian national team was the most successful on kenjutsu tournament, with 6 medal won out of 8. 

 

2. Sport Jujutsu - kata (demonstration of self-defense) 

 

In concurrence of 7 pairs from Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, England and Czech Republic, the best pair were Vladimir Nikolic and Nenad Trivkovic from Serbia. Congratulations to their coach Aleksandar Alimpic. Silver medal went to Czech Republic Team, to Dejan Kostic sensei and Vladimir Bilek. Bronze medals went to Serbia (Nikola Dimitrijevic & Ljubomir Bjelajac) and to Bosnia & Herzegovina (Vevad Livnjak & Senad Ibrahimpasic). In concurrence of female and mix pairs, National team did not have any representatives. Best results were made by Croatian pairs. Golden medal went to Drazen Sabados and Drazenka Sabados, a pair which is dominating in this discipline for las few years in Balkan region. 

 

3. Sport Jujutsu - kumite (fights) 

 

There were around 50 contestants, divided in 6 male and one female category. Following members of Serbian national budo teams won european titles: 

 

Gold medal: Pivac Branko from Vrsac, -69kg 
Silver medals: Sasa Stajic from Vrsac, -69kg, Stefan Knezevic from Sabac, -56kg 
Bronze medals: Nebojsa Manjencic from Sabac, -94kg, Nikola Dimitrijevic from Pozarevac, -69kg, Bojan Bakos from Vrsac - 62kg, Gabrijel Gaspar from Vrsac -56kg. 

 

Refereeing during the games was done by several referees on behalf of Serbia, including Ivica Zdravkovic and Srdjan Spasic (female kenjutsu), Ljiljana Zdravkovic (male kenjutsu), Milan Vujasin sensei, president of Serbian Budo Council (kata) and Srdjan Ratkovic sensei, Board member of SBC (kata).

 

DAY 1 - Opening, Gala Budo Night:
 
Lineup
 

National Budo Team - Serbia
 

Kenjutsu demonstration
 

Nikolovski & Trivkovic - best jujutsu kata in Europe
 

Meeting of European Budo Council representatives
 

DAY 2 - Multistage Seminar:
 
Saturday, seminar in Imotski.
 

Ivica Zdravkovic teaching sport kenjutsu
 

Bob Ross teaching jujutsu
 

Peter Rosendahl teaching judo. In the back, Nick Sleep (black budogi) teaching Aiki Jujutsu
 

 

All black belts on seminar
 

DAY 3 - European Sport Kenjutsu & Sport Jujutsu Cup:
 

Kumite
 

Sport kenjutsu - men
 

Sport kenjutsu - women
 

Kata - men
 

Fighters from Vrsac
 

National Budo Team - SERBIA
 

Medalists, coaches, referees...

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