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World Cup Shin - wyniki edycji od 1. do 4.

4th World Cup
June 20th & 21st, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2009

LIGHTWEIGHT
1. Dmitriy Moiseev KAZAKHSTAN 
2. Yoshiaki Kikuhara JAPAN  
3. Roman Shamsutdinov RUSSIA  
4. Shohei Yamano JAPAN 

MIDDLEWEIGHT
1. Roman Nesterenko RUSSIA  
2. Marius Ilas  ROMANIA 
3. Alexei Leonov KAZAKHSTAN  
4. Kazufumi Shimamoto JAPAN   

HEAVYWEIGHT
1. Valeri Dimitrov BULGARIA  
2. Norichika Tsukamoto JAPAN   
3. Maxim Shevchenko RUSSIA  
4. Sam Gilbert AUSTRALIA  

3rd World Cup
June 18th & 19th, Osaka, Japan, 2005

LIGHTWEIGHT
1. Kou Tanigawa JAPAN    
2. Vasily Khudiakov RUSSIA  
3. Dimitar Popov BULGARIA 
4. Vytautas Viscius LITHUANIA   

MIDDLEWEIGHT
1. Valeri Dimitrov BULGARIA  
2. Alexei Leonov KAZAKHSTAN  
3. Gaku Yasamoto JAPAN   
4. Tsuyoshi Takezawa JAPAN

HEAVYWEIGHT
1. Takayuki Tsukakoshi JAPAN  
2. Donatas Imbras LITHUANIA  
3. Kunihiro Suzuki JAPAN 
4. Norichika Tsukamoto JAPAN    

2nd World Cup
June 23rd, 2001, Budapest, Hungary

LIGHTWEIGHT
1. Takahiro Miyano JAPAN   
2. Viktor Karasyuk RUSSIA  
3. Ken Kato JAPAN   
4. Shuichiro Tada   JAPAN  

MIDDLEWEIGHT
1. Paulius Klapatauskas LITH. 
2. Vitaly Kolodyazhny RUSSIA  
3. Takahiro Nakazono   JAPAN
4. Muzaffer Bacak  GERMANY

HEAVYWEIGHT
1. Denis Grigoriev RUSSIA  
2. Gediminas Tankevicius LITH. 
3. Olexey Kasatanov UKRAINE 
4. Maxim Shevchenko RUSSIA

1st World Cup
Chiba, Japan, 1997

LIGHTWEIGHT
1. Kou Tanigawa   JAPAN  
2. Viktor Dergausov RUSSIA   
3. Antal Bencze HUNGARY   
4. Narumi Okito JAPAN


MIDDLEWEIGHT
1. Tadashi Ishihara   JAPAN   
2. Muzaffer Bacak   GERMANY 
3. Kentoku Saeki   JAPAN   
4. Shinegori Sakamoto JAPAN


HEAVYWEIGHT
1. Norichika Tsukamoto JAPAN   
2. Toru Okamoto JAPAN   
3. Burghard Gartner  GERMANY 
4. Frank Russo AUSTRALIA


źródło: http://www.kyokushinresults.freeserve.co.uk/Pages/World/WWCTiko2i.htm 

MŚ Open rozegrane za życia Sosai - wyniki

1st World Open Tournament
November 1st, 2nd & 3rd, 1975, Tokyo, Japan
1. Katsuaki Sato JAPAN 
2. Hatsuo Royama JAPAN 
3. Joko Nimoniya JAPAN 
4. Daigo Oishi JAPAN 
5. Toshikazu Sato JAPAN 
6. Takashi Azuma JAPAN 
7. Charles W. Martin USA 
8. Frank Clark USA

128 competitors from 32 Countries

2nd World Open Tournament
November 23rd, 24th & 25th, 1979, Tokyo, Japan
1. Makoto Nakamura JAPAN 
2. Keiji Sanpei JAPAN 
3. Willie Williams USA 
4. Takashi Azuma JAPAN 
5. Howard Collins GT BRITAIN 
6. Bernard Creton GT BRITAIN 
7. Ceno Maxer LIECHTENSTEIN 
8. Koichi Kawabata JAPAN   

187 competitors from 62 Countries

3rd World Open Tournament
January 20th, 21st & 22nd 1984, Tokyo, Japan
1. Makoto Nakamura JAPAN 
2. Keiji Sanpei JAPAN 
3. Akiyoshi Matsui JAPAN 
4. Ademir Da Costa BRAZIL 
5. Yasuto Onishi JAPAN 
6. Nicholas Da Costa GT BRITAIN 
7. Keizo Tahara JAPAN 
8. Dave Greaves GT BRITAIN

192 Competitors

4th World Open Tournament
November 6th, 7th & 8th 1987, Tokyo, Japan
1. Akiyoshi Matsui JAPAN 
2. Andy Hug SWITZERLAND 
3. Akira Masuda JAPAN 
4. Michael Thompson GT BRITAIN 
5. Ademir Da Costa BRAZIL 
6. Hiroki Kurosawa JAPAN 
7. Yasuhiro Shichinohe JAPAN 
8. Nicholas Da Costa GT BRITAIN

Fighting Spirit Award : Jeoffrey Cebekulu  ANGOLA
Technical Award : Kenji Midori
JAPAN
Tameshawari Award : Zbgniew Matecz - SWEDEN

207 competitors from 77 countries

5th World Open Tournament
November 2nd, 3rd & 4th 1991, Tokyo, Japan
1. Kenji Midori JAPAN 
2. Akira Masuda JAPAN 
3. Hiroki Kurosawa JAPAN 
4. Jean Riviere CANADA 
5. Kenji Yamaki JAPAN 
6. Yutaka Ishii JAPAN 
7. Yasuhiro Shichinohe JAPAN  
8. Johnny Kleyn HOLLAND   

Fighting Spirit Award : Francisco Filho BRAZIL
Technical Award : Michael Thompson
GT BRITAIN
Tameshawari Award : Kiyofumi Abe JAPAN
 
250 competitors from 112 countries