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    2008 ASA Sambo Training Camps

    The American Sambo Association is proud to anounce:

    THE 2008 IGOR KURINNOY US TRAINING CAMPS


    The Midwest Vice President of the ASA, Gregg Humphreys is once again doing us all a great service by arranging for two not to be missed training camps with World Sambo Champion Igor Kurrinoy.

    Igor is a 3x Sambo World Champion, 5x Sambo World Cup Champion, International Sumo and Judo Champion. He is the head coach of Borec in Moscow, creator of the best selling "Sambo for Professionals" Instructional series, and was most recently featured on the History Channel's Human Weapon.

    This year, Igor will be holding training camps in Iowa and California.

    To see what training with Igor is like, watch this video from our training camp at his club in Moscow (May, 2007):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U35qeumRiCA

    Here is Igor from the Human Weapon:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHBN9Pt3OKo


    Dates and contact information for these training camps are as follows:

    June 28 - July 1, Bettendorf, Iowa
    Hosted by ASA Midwest Vice President and Miletich Fighting Systems Judo/Sambo Coach Gregg Humphreys. For information about rates and attending this Iowa camp, please contact Gregg at: samboforprofessionals@yahoo.com

    July 4 - 6, San Francisco, California.
    Hosted by ASA Athlete's Representative and Cali Combat Sambo Head Coach, Serge Gerlach. For information regarding rates and attendance at this camp, please contact Serge at: calicambo@gmail.com


    Adnvanced Notice:
    The ASA will hold a 3 day live-in training camp in Seattle or Oregon (location being finalized as we speak) on September 12-14, 2008. Coaches in residence will be Gregg Humphreys, Aaron Fields, Dayn DeRose, and Stephen Koepfer.
    This camp will provide room and board as well as 3 training session per day. To get on the mailing list for this camp, please contact Stephen Koepfer at americansamboassociation@att.net


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    there are alot of sambo guys named igor.

    Or there are alot of russian guys named igor, and alot of russians do sambo...


    that could be it lol.

    What do you think of Igor Yakimov?

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    Yakimov is great. I did a training camp with him. It was a wonderful experience.

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    Have you ever heard of Dom O'Grady?

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    What if I have no experience whatsoever with Sambo but do have an interest in it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metsudragon
    What if I have no experience whatsoever with Sambo but do have an interest in it?
    that would be the point of going to camps :p

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    Do you need a gurka?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3moose1
    that would be the point of going to camps :p
    :kiss:

    But seriously, let's say I have a year of Judo/MMA training, but no Sambo whatsoever. What basics am I going to be missing and how much is that going to hamper my experience of the camp? Is this an all levels sort of thing or more focused on the advance student?

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    The camp is open to all levels of folks with sambo or no sambo experience. It won't hamper your training at all. We will work with you at whatever level you are at. You can wear a gi top if you don't have a kurkta.

    I never heard of Dom O'Grady. Who is he?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sambosteve

    I never heard of Dom O'Grady. Who is he?
    My coach, he was world sambo champion, trained under igor yakimov.

    was just curious

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