EWTO News

  • Nov/10/2010
    Why does the EWTO not take part in competitions?

    Time and again we are asked the question by outsiders, but also by new members and even very advanced students who should know better:



    WHY DOES THE EWTO NOT TAKE PART IN COMPETITIONS?

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  • Sep/30/2010
    World Scientific Congress of Combat Sports and Martial Arts

    Prof. Dr. Wojciech J. Cynarski, 7th Dan Karate and Jiu-Jitsu (who like Prof. Tarabanov from Russia was a guest of honour at our Int. Seminar in Hockenheim), had issued an invitation to the town of Rzeszow in Poland to discuss scientific aspects of the martial arts in a round of experts from all over the world. Those invited were professors from a wide range of universities worldwide who also concerned themselves with the martial arts beyond their specialist fields, and accordingly Prof. Dr. Keith R. Kernspecht also followed the call.

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  • Feb/26/2010
    The Big Seven – International EWTO Seminar 2010

    "The Big Seven" sounds like the title for a new epic film. Haven't we had this before? In 1960 it was "The Magnificent Seven" who thrilled cinema-goers in the action film of the same name. This was based on the film classic "The Seven Samurai" (1954) by the outstanding Japanese director Akira Kurosawa.
    This year it is the EWTO that is writing the screenplay for the Big Seven.

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  • Feb/01/2010
    Official EWTO statement on the amicable and agreed parting of the ways with Victor Gutierrez

    This is an official announcement that Victor Gutierrez is no longer part of the EWTO management team, and has left the association on his own request to launch the competing organisation he has been secretely planning for the last year on 1 February 2010.

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  • Jun/19/2009
    Grandmaster Kernspecht is now a "Doctor of Science"

    The subject of his thesis:
    "Strategy and Tactics of the Martial Art of WingTsun as a Means of Self-Defence"
    Sofia, 17.06.2009

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  • Jan/29/2008
    Grand International EWTO 2008

    From 10th to 12th May (Whit Saturday to Whit Monday), a three-day International WingTsun and Escrima Seminar will be held.

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  • Jan/01/2008
    New Year’s greetings

    Grandmaster Kernspecht‘s New Year’s greetings for 2008

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  • Nov/30/2007
    Heavy Metal for the father of WingTsun in Europe

    During the instructor’s meeting in Munich in early November, and in front of more than 140 WingTsun teachers from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Spain, Grandmaster Keith R. Kernspecht was awarded the previously unprecedented honorary title of Silver Rank by his oldest student, Master Vilimek (Berlin) and a further ten holders of the 5th, 6th and 7th Master grade, together with several European national instructor.

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  • Oct/02/2007
    "Why travel far afield when beauty is so close by"

    Following Goethe’s advice, the health and martial arts school run by Sifu Thomas Goldhahn recently organised its 9th summer camp just outside the city limits.

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  • Jul/28/2007
    Preventing conflicts before they occur

    Stefan Schmalz is a WingTsun instructor who holds weekly self-assertion workshops in Husum, northern Germany. Students learn to communicate self-assurance by means of language, gestures and physical posture. One of them is Tobias, who is blind.

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