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SHINBUKAN OPEN

Internacionalne Budo Igre

Memorijalni turnir Slobodana Sarica

Požarevac, Srbija, 24. februar 2007. godine

SHINBUKAN OPEN

International Budo Games

Memorial tournament of Slobodan Saric

Požarevac, Serbia, 24th of February 2007

Povodom godišnjice prerane smrti jednog od požarevackih najboljih sportista, majstora veštine džiu-džicu i japanskog macevanja, Slobodana Sarica, požarevacki klub za džiu-džicu i japansko macevanje ŠINBUKAN, koji vodi Dr med. Ivica Zdravkovic, organizovao je internacionalni turnir u borilackim veštinama, koji je okupio preko 150 ucesnika iz pet zemalja: Srbije, Bosne i Hercegovine, Hrvatske, Italije i Švedske. Ovim budo igrama prisustvovali su džiu-džicu klubovi i klubovi japanskog macevanja iz desetak gradova u Srbiji, ukljucujuci Beograd, Vršac, Sremsku Mitrovicu, Šabac, Smederevo, Petrovac na Mlavi, Kraljevo, Perlez... Najbrojnije i rezultatski najuspešnije strane ekipe doveli su prijatelji iz Sarajeva i iz Gunje (Hrvatska). Turnir je održan u odlicnoj organizaciji u sali Osnovne škole "Desanka Maksimovic".

 

Takmicari su se nadmetali u prikazima samoodbrane, japanskom macevanju i džiu-džicu borbama. U jakoj konkurenciji timova a samoodbrano, najuspešniji su bili timovi iz Hrvatske, sa dve zlatne medalje, za njima timovi iz Shinbukana, sa 3 srebrne medalje, a potom timovi iz Sarajeva, Šapca i Sremske Mitrovice.

 

Na takmicenju u japanskom macevanju i borbi nožem u pet starosno-polnih konkurencija apsolutno najuspešniji bili su požarevacki takmicari, koji su od 20 dodeljenih medalja osvojili cak 13, ukljucujuci i sve zlatne medalje, osim jedne koja je zasluzeno otisla u Petrovac na Mlavi. U muskoj senorskoj diviziji vladala je izuzetna konkurencija, sa cak 27 takmicara koji su se borili za tri medalje.

 

U džiu-džicu borbama Budo Savet Srbije je dokazao da je trenutno najveca i najkvalitetnija džiu-džicu organizacija u Srbiji. Borbe su izvedene po sistemu tri runde, sa razlicitim pravilima u svakoj rundi (prva runda slicna karateu, druga runda slicna dzudo rvanju, treca runda slicna dzudo i BJJ borenju u parteru). U teškim kategorijama u muškoj konkurenciji dominirali su takmicari iz Vršca i Beograda, u srednjim kategorijama takmicari iz Sarajeva, Hrvatske i Požarevca, a u najmladjim-najlakšim kategorijama takmicari iz Petrovca na Mlavi. U ženskim kategorijama najuspešnije su bile takmicarke iz Hrvatske, Požarevca i Petrovca na Mlavi. O jacini konkrencije na ovom turniru govori i podatak da je u pojedinim muškim kategorijama broj takmicara bio i preko 20.

 

Na završetku turnira, organizator i domacin Dr Ivica Zdravkovic i porodica Saric pozvali su sve ucesnike da i sledece godine prisustvuju Memorijalu Slobodana Sarica, koji ce biti tradicionalna medjunarodna sportska manifestacija za džiu-džicu i japansko macevanje u Požarevcu.

 

U nedelju 25. februara u Sportskom centru u Pozarevcu odrzan je i seminar borilackih vestina, na kome su u prepodnevnom delu ucestvovali pozarevacki klubovi Shinbukan i Wing Chun kung fu klub, kao i aikido, aiki jujutsu i jujutsu klubovi iz Beograda, velikog Gradista i Vrsca. U Popodnevnom delu odrzan je mini-seminar u vestini seitei iaido, koji je za clanove Shinbukan skole izveo sensei Andreas Ludgren iz Svedske.

On the first anniversary of early death of late Slobodan Saric sensei, one of best sportsmen in Pozarevac, jujutsu and japanese fencing sensei, Pozarevac jujutsu and kenjutsu club SHINBUKAN, headed by Dr. Ivica Zdravkovic, hosted an international tournament in martial arts/combat sports, which has gathered over 150 participants from five countries: Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Italy and Sweden. These budo games were attended from 12 jujutsu and kenjutsu/chanbara clubs from Serbia, including ones from Belgrade, Vrsac, Sremska Mitrovica, Sabac, Smederevo, Petrovac, Kraljevo, Perlez... The most numerous and the most successful foreign teams came from Sarajevo and from Gunja (Croatia). Tournament was well organized and took place in Elementary School "Desanka Maksimovic".

 

Competitors participated in goshin jutsu competition (demonstration of self-defense), japanese fencing (sport kenjutsu) and jujutsu fights. In strong concurrence of self-defense teams, the most successful were teams from Croatia, with two gold medals, followed by Shinbukan teams with three silver medals, and teams from Sarajevo, Sabac and Sremska Mitrovica.

 

The most successful in sport kenjutsu and tanto were competitors from Pozarevac, who won all but one gold medal in these disciplines, with total of 13 medals out of 20. There was an extremely large concurrence in male senior division, with 27 fighters - swordsmen.

 

Serbian Budo Council has once more proved the right of calling itself the largest and the best jujutsu organization in Serbia. Jujutsu fights were conducted under the rules of three rounds (first round similar to karate, second round similar to judo wresting, and third round similar to judo and BJJ groundfight). Heaviest categories were dominated by contestants from Vrsac and Belgrade, in middle categories the best were fighters from Sarajevo, Croatia and Pozarevac, and in the youngest/lightest categories the most successful were competitors from Croatia, Pozarevac and Petrovac na Mlavi. The value of medals won on this tournament is illustrated by the fact that in certain categories there were more than 20 contestants.

 

At the end of the tournament, the host and organizer, Dr. Ivica Zdravkovic and the Saric family have invited all the participants to come again next year and to participate on Slobodan Saric memorial tournament, which will become a traditional international sport event for jujutsu and sport kenjutsu.

 

On Sunday 25th of February, a seminar for Budo Games participants was held. In the morning part of the seminar lecturers came from Pozarevac club Wing Chun, as well as from  aikido, aiki jujutsu and jujutsu clubs from Belgrade, Vrsac and Veliko Gradiste. In the afternoon class sensei Andreas Lundgren from Sweden held a mini-course in Seitei iaido for members of Shinbukan school.

Lineup, from left to right: Italy, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia

 

Dr. Zdravkovic giving opening speech. Family members of late Saric sensei beside him.

Andrweas Lundgren sensei from Sweden and Igor Kesic sensei from Serbia applauding.

 

Goshin jutsu teams competition: Bosnian team in action, Croatian and Serbian teams waiting and observing

 

Jujutu kumite - round 1

 

Jujutsu kumite - round 2

 

Jujutsu kumite - round 3

Ismir Jusko sensei on the left as a timekeeper and assistant referee.

Miroslav Milojevic sensei on the mat as a chief referee

 

Kids in action

Milan Vujasin sensei, president of Serbian Budo Council, as a chief referee

 

Tanto competition. Andreas Lundgren sensei on the left (in hakama) as an assistant referee,

in the corner opposite to him Ragib Karamehmedovic sensei as second assistant referee.

Srdjan Spasic (in the middle) was a chief referee

 

Sport Kenjutsu: Champion of the tournament, Nikola Dimitrijevic

 

Diplomas and medals with Shinbukan logo

 

Mrs. Nada Saric, mother of late sensei Slobodan Saric, presenting medals to the best.

 

Some of medal winners with their sensei


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