Karate - World champion coming to town

PUBLISHED: 12:12 24 February 2006 | UPDATED: 21:42 28 May 2010

Silvio Simac

Silvio Simac

TWO top martial artists will be attending a major seminar hosted by Samurai Karate School and taking place at the Hudson Leisure Centre, in Wisbech. Silvio Simac, twice Tae Kwon Do world champion, five times European champion and 14 times British champion

TWO top martial artists will be attending a major seminar hosted by Samurai Karate School and taking place at the Hudson Leisure Centre, in Wisbech.Silvio Simac, twice Tae Kwon Do world champion, five times European champion and 14 times British champion, is a world-famous name in the sport.He has starred in several films including Undisputed 2 and Luc Besson's Unleashed starring alongside Jet Li, Bob Hoskins and Morgan Freeman. Simac, 32, is also a fitness instructor and organises seminars around the world. Sensei Paul Griffin 7th Dan, is the chief instructor with the British National Martial Arts Association (BNMA), and has a wealth of martial arts experience. He is widely respected within the martial arts scene and has trained military and police organisations. The exciting seminar, on March 12, will be split in to two sessions where local martial artists can take the opportunity to learn from two of the sport's best.The morning session will cover self defence techniques and tactics and run from 11am to 1pm. The afternoon session, from 2pm to 4pm, will cover competition techniques and edged weapons. Both sessions will be attended by Simac and Griffin.Each session costs £25 or both can be booked for a special price of £40. For further details and booking details contact sensei Steve King on 01945 773713 or 07843 414433 or via Email at steveking63@aol.com


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