History of the School of Martial Arts East "SATO"
School of Martial Arts of the East "SATO" was founded by July 1, 1988 in the city of Vorkuta, Komi Republic. During its existence the School "SATO" brought up more than four thousand students. Many graduates of the school she entered and successfully completed higher education institutions of Russia, World and European countries.
In 2001, the school management "SATO" made a decision to move to the Belgorod region, the city Stroitel.
Beginning from 1988, and currently students of the school "SATO" participated in tournaments at various levels, including world and European. Geography tournaments in which took part School "SATO" - is huge.
This Russian city of Kerch, Yalta, Sevastopol, Simferopol, Foros, Moscow, Vologda, Rybinsk, Kostroma, Kazan, St. Petersburg, Gus Crystal, Ukhta,
Pechora, Vuktyl, Yaroslavl, Vorkuta.
Cities of Ukraine: Kyiv, Kharkov, White Church, Lvov, Odessa, Nezhyn, Chernigov.
Cities of New Russia: Donetsk.
Baltic countries : Klaipeda, Vilnius.
Cities of Europe: Chiasso (Switzerland), Kecskemét and Eger (Hungary), Kusadasi and Izmir (Turkey), Milan and Marina di Carrara (Italy), Paris and Lons-le-Saunier (France), Bucharest and Chiajna (Romania), Novi Sad (Serbia), Berlin and Halle-Saale (Germany).
And this is only a brief list of our athletes of participation in tournaments on karate and nanbudo.
The permanent head of the School "SATO" 1988 is Andrey V. Klochkov teachers who were famous Japanese and European masters of karate and NANBUDO such as Yoshinao Nanbu Doshu (10
Dan); Tetsuhiko Asai (10 dan); Makato Yamado (10 dan); Norio Hagakashi (9 dan) and many others.
In 2000, in Switzerland has been certified A.Klochkov 7 dan (black belt) on karate, and in 2014 in Italy for his enormous contribution to the development of karate in Russia and the excellent training of children's teams to participate in World and European Championships Shihan A .Klochkov been assigned to 8th dan on karate Shotokan and title
It is worth noting, and the best students, which the brought up School "SATO" on the Belgorod earth.
Andrew Klochkov Jr. (4th Dan); Michael Cherkashin (2 dan);
Konstantin Dolgopolov (1 dan); Vladislav Soloviev (2 dan);
Denis Mikhailov (1 dan); Alexander Syrtsev (1 dan); Maxim Zarubin (1 dan); Alexander Dorogin (3 dan); Stepan Dorogin (1 dan); Roman Martynov (1 dan); Dmitry Kuznetsov (1 dan); George Kalyuzhniy (1 dan); Ilya Batrak (1dan); Kirill Sergeev (1 dan); Dmitry Kornev (1 dan); Vladimir Bessonov (1 kyu)
and many others.
School Today the "SATO" cooperates with Karate Federation of Russia, Ukraine and Crimea. Is a full representative of the World Federation NANBUDO and the World Union of Karate Federation WUKF.
June 7, 2010 School of Karate "SATO" officially accepted into the World Karate Federation (SKDUN), certificate № 107. On the past 18th World Championship Karate 9-10 October 2010,
School pupils: Kirill Sergeev (1 dan) - took third place in kumite, and Alexander Dorogin (3 dan) won the title of World Champion (1st place) in kumite.
After the French School Students "SATO" took part in the World
and the European Championships in Hungary; Germany and Romania.
At the European Championship in Hungary (2011) Our school won the 3rd place in the team standings, becoming the bronze medalist of Europe, besides students of the school have taken a number of prize places in the individual competition.
In 2012, the in Romania students of the school were at the European Championships,
where Dmitry Tabatadze (3 kyu) - 1st place, becoming the champion; George Kalyuzhniy (1 dan) - took 2nd place, and Alexander Dorogin (3 dan) - took 3
every place in their weight and age categories.
In 2013, the city of Novi Sad, Serbia School pupil Dmitry Kuznetsov
(1 dan) won the bronze medal in kumite.
In 2014, in the town of Marina di Carrara (Italy) was held Martial Arts Olympics where our athletes won 2 gold, 3 silver and 4 bronze medals. The most distinguished themselves Alexander Dorogin (3 dan) and Kirill
Sergeev (1 dan) became holders of gold medals in the Kumite. Dmitry Kuznetsov (1 dan) and Roman Martynov (1 dan) won silver in the duel kata.