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Sensei Jacek Lamot – Interview with judging in the PAC


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Jacek Lamot Sensei talks about the differences in judging at international competitions and tournaments Polish Karate Federation.


What is the difference ( and should not be) International judging kyokushin karate event of the run by the Polish Association of Karate?

Provisions in our country are interpreted very differently than those on the international arenas. You are prohibited techniques such as low- kick, Geri hiza jodan, jodan mae good (that is, all the techniques frontal face) , where in practice they are used almost all European competitions, and I will tell more , that virtually every club, which organizes the event allows the kick to their internal events, and when it comes to the rank of national championships, These kicks are already many, For many years they are not allowing . Our players are so niedoszkoleni, in terms of attacking the opponent these techniques, as well as in defense against these techniques.


And what goes for a kick to the head area- Fuck?

In our country are admitted kicking the iodate and even the, which do not cause any interruption in the fight ... are scored on a vase- ri. However Podług provisions applicable to the world, vase to get the kick-ri , or after hitting the ball any area of ​​the body, fight must be stopped at least for 3 seconds, and then the judges possibly can to score this action for waza-ri, while, if the time comes to stop fighting 8 seconds, include it as an ippon, or knockout. On the other hand, here in the national events every kick in the head area, even just touching it, or whistling past her, is immediately spotted the vase- r and i do not know what it is caused. Maybe excessive caution judges, or some of their internal arrangements, that cause that these arbitrators so quickly respond to the kick in the head?


How does the judging of the attitude of the players themselves?

Often, I do not know, I have to say players, who received only light, minor kick to the head fighting a losing battle! Kick it did not cause any harm , and the opponent gets for not vase ri in the fight full-contactowej! In boxing after a strong blow counts player – if you stumbled or fell – of 10 seconds, and if it is still befuddled, it announces a knockout or technical knockout. Fight full contactowa rules so its hard rules. This is a game for real hardcore. Such also is the kyokushin karate and I do not know, so forget about Polish Karate Association? Or do not want to acknowledge it?


During the World Cup like, but the domestic scene is no longer ...


You could say that. Np. before the championships Polish Open, appear on the big screen movies from the World Championships, shown to have a strong, Hard action scored for waza-ri, or even knock- (ippon). Watching these videos were impressed by these knockouts and almost happy, that train very hard and contact karate. But then, when there was no longer fighting for the championship Polish, this is due to the decision of judges found, that in fact, it does not train hard karate kyokushin, just some light karate kyokushin, or do not know how it's called. Our judges under the influence of one person – guru called ,,Chief rising Carpathians " – which has a phobia of safety, do things unheard of on a European scale, and maybe even the world, allowing light contact in kyokushin karate event .... And yet our style (kyokushin) stands out, should at least, this, we are fighting in full contact. Thus, the arbitrators shall deny the sense of organizing competitions in the formula of full-contact, no because if every touch, Brush head rival, This is their vase- ri…? It's either let us riders to beat in the formula light contact, or let them really fight in full contact, where the points, if winning gets for bringing an opponent to nokdaunu or to knock on something you have to decide, although I light contact point for the denial of kyokushin karate! It's a paranoia, because both the Polish Cup and the national championship and open weight athletes win, who affects the opponent's head, and then go to international competitions, and get there the proverbial whip, because no one in the world is scored them the kick in the head area (BRUSHES), there must colloquially speaking ,,punch ", to get some points. Everyone knows that, all run on international , talking about this, and as soon as it comes to judging in Poland, then again we are rewarding "light contact". I do not know why this is happening, them for their reasons and why the Polish Union of Karate by our discipline is changing for the worse.



An example of such distortion as a result of the fight for national kyokushin karate is…..

Though Polish Open Championships two years ago, where should win Paul Biszczak, that the correct technique knocked out opponent, for which, however, was disqualified (sic!) and took second place, and won player, who was lying on the mat! Paranoia!



Any questions to the people ,,wrong "sentient variant of full contact?

Why winning players , who lie on the mat, and not those who knocked them properly? Why, once on the mat you will be a little blood, the player, which has been properly knocked out opponent is generally disqualified? If you do not want to play in a full contact, Say it's face and leave it to people, who are well do they feel and be able to organize the event on the basis of, which are in force in Lithuania, w Holandii itd., where allowed by knocking kicks. If we continue under someone's thumb, who in panic fearing a disaster wydumanym on national competition, introduces its own "lekkokontaktowe 'Regulations, it will never teach our players hardness, and we can forget about the successes in the international arena. Full – In contrast to our country – there are scored "klepaczy" in the head and does not disqualify one for knocking out a rival!



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