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Savate Japan welcomed fighters from France, England, Ireland, Bulgaria to their first assaut competition in Yokohama Japan in Golden Week (Japanese long holiday week) at the end of April.

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A historical agreement has been signed between the IOC represented by IOC President Dr. Thomas Bach and AIMS represented by its counterpart Stephan Fox. The signing ceremony was witnessed by 4 Vice Presidents from the IOC, and IOC Director General Christophe De Kepper; this is a testament of the importance of the signing.

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The third edition of the World Youth Championship in Savate Assaut fulfilled its promise: a hundred athletes, boys and girls, representing 14 countries and 3 continents. The championship is open to athletes aged from 15 years to 17 years. The city of Plovdiv, European Capital of Culture 2019, hosted the championships. Plovdiv is a tourist town with many Roman ruins.

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"I am pleased to see that the new website of the Asian Savate Federation has begun.

Under the leadership of President Mr HamidReza Hesaraki, I'm sure that the Asian Federation will be very active, organizing events for people who love Savate.

I hope to see many Asian countries represented at the 1st Asian Championships in 2010, and at the General Meeting of the Asian Federation which will take place at the same time."

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Dear members, Dear friends,

Asian Savate(French boxing) confederation is established with the help and support of Mr.Gilles Lu DUIGOU, the president of international federation, based on truth, honesty and cooperation of all the Asian members. The main purpose of our activities is to develope friendship through Savate.

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