Flemming Schröter (9th Dan) has more than 40 years of experience in Martial Arts. He started with Judo in 1970 and Sosai Mas Oyama´s Kyokushin karate in 1973. He is former japanese Kyokushin karate Champion, European Kyokushin Karate Champion, World Guinness Tameshiwari Champion, Switzerland Kyokushin Karate Champion, participating at the 2nd and 3rd World Open Karate Tournament in Tokyo ( 1979 and 1984) and 7 x times Danish Kyokushin Karate Champion.
He is also a former Kancho for WKA Amateur Division, Fuku Kancho for Kaicho Jon Bluming 10. Dan s Kyokushin Budokai (IBK), Chairman for WKA Scandinavia, Branch Chief for IKOK Sosai and today he is Branch Chief for Kyokushin-kan International Denmark under Kancho Hatsuo Royama 9. Dan. and member of the Kaicho Jon Bluming´s IBK.
Toni Dietl is is a German karateka (7th Dan), non-fiction author and former national coach in the Deutscher Karate Verband. He is a multiple winner of Karate World Championship and European Karate Championships medals. He is also the founder of the Kampfkunst Kollegium and head of the Karate Team Bodensee, one of the largest Dōjōs in Germany. According to the Guinness Book of Records of 1990, Toni Dietl is the best kumite performer in Germany. He received the Silver Laurel Leaf from the German President Richard von Weizsäcker. Between 1980 and 1992, he was the leader in the world rankings of the WKF.