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Genseiryu Karatedo Netherlands

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2-1.  Sensei Anton Geesink (former World Champion Judo) together with Sensei Nobuaki Konno (Genseiryu Netherlands) at Tenri University Judo Dojo (Nara, Japan) in 1996.

Sensei Anton Geesink is currently a member of the board of the Dutch National Olympic Committee, and a member of the International Olympic Committee and has been an advisor for the Genseiryu Netherlands organisation since January 1994.

2-2.  3rd Open European Karatedo Championship to commemorate 400 years relationship between Japan & The Netherlands. Amsterdam, 17 December 2000. Note in the middle, standing, Sensei Anton Geesink and Sensei Rob Zwartjes (founder Wado Ryu Netherlands).

2-3.  At the celebration of the 400-year anniversary of the VOC (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie) the KLM Karateclub gives a demonstration of Genseiryu Karate in the city of Amstelveen, The Netherlands, 2002.
2-4.  Demonstration by Joost v. Bruggen (left) and Sensei David Roovers at the celebration of the 15-year anniversary of the KLM Karateclub. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2002.
2-5.  KLM Karateclub on a Genseiryu course in Spain, 2003: from left to right: Sensei Nobuaki Konno, Sensei David Roovers, Damon Frangias, Joost van Bruggen, Esther van der Pal, Suzanne Schilder, Ciska van der Voort, Paul Schrama en Sharon Appelman.
  KLM Karateclub in Spain (Euro Gensei Ryu)
2-6.  Sensei David Roovers after his successful KBN 3rd Dan Examination. We were honored by Sensei Kallenbach (on the right) with his very nice words of congratulations. Sensei Kallenbach is a legend of the old and wonderful Kokyushinkai time (not only in the Netherlands), especially in Japan.
  Sensei David receiving 3rd Dan diplom
      from KBN

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