January 13, 2017 - INFO1

Team USA Prospects in April 2017

Dear Federation Representatives:

Team USA will be holding its 4th Prospects Training Camp/Tryout to identify and select team members to represent AUSKF at the 17th World Kendo Championships on April 1st-2nd in Los Angeles, California.

Like the previous Training Camps, those kenshi that dream of becoming Team USA members should plan to attend this event, so they can understand what it takes to be a Team USA member.

Participants must be at least shodan (1 Dan) and registered members of AUSKF. There is no age limit, but Kenshi must be willing and able to participate in high-level national team level training.

This will be the last prospective camp before the team is officially selected. Kenshi who do not attend this event will not be considered for Team USA unless otherwise approved by the Manager of Team USA.

More information will be provided to registered participants. The deadline for interested Kenshi to register is MARCH 5TH, 2017. For further questions regarding details of the Training Camp, please contact info@auskf-education.com.

Sincerely,

Yuji Onitsuka

Team USA 2016-2018 Manager

EVENT DETAILS

SCHEDULE:
4/1: 8am-5pm

4/2: 8am-12pm

LOCATION:
Saturday (4/1):
Charles H Wilson Park
2200 Crenshaw Boulevard
Torrance, CA 90501
Sunday (4/2):
Marina High School
15781 Springdale Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
SEMINAR FEE:
$100 PER PERSON
Please send cash or check (made out to “All United States Kendo Federation”) for the registration fee no later than 3/5 to:

AUSKF c/o Minoru Segawa
380 Clinton ST
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

*Checks can be sent individually or one per dojo, at your convenience.

MEALS TO BE SUBSIDIZED BY AUSKF, SUBJECT TO NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

HOTEL TO BE SUBSIDIZED FOR THOSE PARTICIPANTS FROM OUTSIDE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, BUT TRANSPORTATION WILL NOT BE PROVIDED DURING THE DURATION OF THIS EVENT. MORE INFORMATION WILL BE PROVIDED TO REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS.

DEADLINE TO REGISTER: MARCH 5TH, 2017

 

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