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A great day and opportunity have come to Japan. With the participation of two peace and service federations in addition to....
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The Second World Martial Arts Peace King Cup Open Tournament
On November 22nd and 23rd 2005, the second World Martial Arts Peace King Cup Open Tournament was held at the Chiba Port Arena, Japan. About 60 selected champions, who went through regional preliminary tournament in Japan, Korea, China, USA, Southeast Asia, South America, Africa, Europe, Northeast and Oceania, gathered together for the tournament.

The tournament was sponsored by the Martial Arts Federation for World Peace, World CARP, I.E.F and World Tong-Il Moo-Do Federation. This event was initiated by Dr. and Mrs. Sun Myung Moon in order to realize the World Peace through Martial Arts.

Before the competition, all participants participated in the special workshop to exchange and lean techniques and philosophy. They took an examination of the New Philosophy for the Martial Arts which show how we can realize World Peace through Martial Arts training.

The Official Opening Ceremony was held in the afternoon on November 23rd. Vice President of World CARP Jin Man Kwak read the message of Co-Honarary Chairman Hyun Jin Moon. Co-Honorary Chairman Dr.Chung Hwan Kwak also sent congratulatory message to encourage all participants from all over the world. Pro wrestler Antonio Inoki also sent congratulatory message.

Tournament Chairman Dr. Joon Ho Seuk gave keynote speech. He emphasized the tournament is to create one unified martial arts family for World Peace. Mr. Oyamada gave a welcome speech on behalf of FFWPU Japan president Dr. Yu. Finally, President of Martial Arts Federation for World Peace Mr. Myung gave how the martial arts contribute for the world peace.

As representatives of participants, Mr. Shultz from Germany and Miss. Ishida from Japan pledged to play fair.

After that, a following special demonstration was held at the opening ceremony:

Pyung Hwa Eui Bon (form of peace)
Dan Lyung Yong Jin Eui Bon, (form of advancing bravely forward with discipline)
One step sparring
Ki energy performance by Chinese Master
Children`s form performance
TONG-IL MOO-DO Aerobics (performed by Natasha and Irina from Russia)
Wang kwon Eui Bon, (form of kingship)
TONG-IL MOO-Do woman`s self defense (performed by Olga from Russia)
Weapon techniques performance by Chinese delegate

In a Individual Form competition, Natasha Tsvik from Russia became champion by performing Wang Kwon Eui Bon and Chang Jo Eui Bon which is balanced both power and beauty.

Team form competition consisted of very exciting performances by each country. The Champion China team performed a good combination of form and weapon techniques with very united spirit. The performance contributed to a cultural atmosphere and very inspired the audience. Northeast Continent team became 2nd place after Chinese team.

In a Sparring competition, Igor Shohirev from Moldova became champion by winning strong fighters from other continent. Middle weight sparring champion was Nikolai Samiev from Russia. He showed excellent fighting spirit and techniques. Heavy weight champion was Vitaly Naumov from Russia. He defended the position of Heavy weight champion with very strong spirit.

At special techniques competition, Highlight was Champion Qian Lixing performed with sungpheng Chain weapon and inspired all the spectators.

Breaking techniques were performed by Master Mori from Japan and Master Giuliano from Argentine. The audience was very surprised by their excellent performance.

After the competition, Awards Ceremony was conducted. Winners received Peace King Cup medals and trophies. Also, the World Martial Arts Peace King Cup Flag was passed from the Japan to China.

During the workshop, tournament and final banquet, they deeply exchanged their heart and created an atmosphere of brotherhood. Through this Martial Arts Peace King Cup Tournament, participants could realize unified martial arts family spirit to build World Peace beyond nationality and type of martial arts.

Tournament results

Individual form competition

1. Natalia Tsvik (Russia, Northeast)
2. Nicolas Bassig (Philippines, Asia)
3. Li Peng (China, Northeast)
3. Soren Swistek (Germany, Europe)

Team form competition

1. China (Northeast)
2. Russia (Northeast)
3. USA (North America)

Special Techniques

1. Qian Lixing (China, Northeast)
2. Yacobe Lemma (Ethiopia, Africa)
3. Hyun Kyu Seo (USA, North America)

Sparring competition

* Light weight
1. Igor Sohirev (Moldova, Northeast)
2. Batmunkh Tumurtogoo (Mongolia, Northeast)
3. Jerson Estoro (Philippines, Asia)

* Middle weight

1. Nikolai Samiev (Russia, Northeast)
2. Albert Mahmuti (Albania, Europe)
3. Robert Bumina-Ang (Philippines, Asia)

* Heavy weight

1. Vitaliy Naumov (Russia, Northeast)
2. Ricky Agayas (Philippines, Asia)
3. Soren Swistek (Germany, Europe)

Prepared by:
TIMD Japan