World Fudokan Federation
The Federation was founded in Belgrade in 2012 by prof.Ilija Jorga on the principles of modern, transparent sports organization. It is builded on the best traditions of karate Fudokan style, focusing on the developing and unifying of Fudokan community.
Three ideograms of word Fudokan mean stability, hardness, robustness, house and home - Fudokan is the house with stable foundation, the house of motionless wisdom. Such will be WFF and we hope that each of you will contribute to the fulfillment of this basic idea of Sensei Prof.Dr.Iliji Jorga.
PROF. VENCISLAV NEDEV SHIHAN 9 DAN
Prof. Vencislav Nedev was born on 18 March 1949 in Veles, Republic of Macedonia. He start training karate in September 1967 in Skopje, his first teacher was Prof. Atanas Kajcevski and Seido Teofilovski. In 1968 he past for his first belt, yellow belt in front of Dr. Ilija Jorga. He is the oldest student of Dr. Ilija Jorga and co-founder of Fudokan style. He was also student of: Sensei Taiji Kase, Sensei Hidetaka Nishiyama and Sensei Hiroshi Shirai. Same year 1968 he founded first karate club in Macedonia, Karate Club Rabotnicki-Skopje, this club wins many karate championship and tournaments all over former Yugoslavia and Europa. From 1968 till 1978 he was the top athlete and wins many National karate championship in Macedonia and Yugoslavia. In 1969 and 1971 he got two bronze medals in kumite. He was organizing many karate seminars with Sensei Taiji Kase in Skopje and Ohrid, Macedonia. He was also coach of Macedonian national team and vice-coach of Yugoslavian national team. At that time his student was the best students and member of Yugoslavian karate team, 60% of the members of Yugoslavian karate team was his students, here is some of themes: Mirce Opeloski, Nazim Kurtovic, Jorgo Ognenovski, Lujza Gasheva and est. In 1974 he becomes a first member of Yugoslavian karate team from Macedonia and he participate on the 2nd.EAKF European Championship in London, UK. In 1974 he past for Yugoslavian National sport coach on the University in Novi Sad. In Belgrade 1974 receive Sho-Dan (Sensei T.Kase, Dr.I.Jorga and V.Jorga). In Belgrade 1975 receive Ni- Dan (Sensei T.Kase, Dr.I.Jorga, T.Tahokiza and V.Jorga). From 1974 till 1986 he participate on all EAKF European and IAKF World Championships like vice-coach of Yugoslavian karate team. In 1979 he become Yugoslavian kata-team champion in Skopje, Macedonia. In Belgrade 1980 receive San- Dan (Sensei T.Kase, Dr.I.Jorga and V.Jorga). In 1980 in Belgrade he was a co-founder of Fudokan together with Dr. ILija and Vladimir Jorga. The same 1980 year in Skopje he organize EAKF European karate championships for juniors. In 1981 he graduate on the University in Belgrade on Faculty of Physical education in Belgrade. In 1982 he past for international judge class B in Budapest, Hungary. In Zagreb 1982 receive Yon- Dan (Sensei T.Kase, Dr.I.Jorga and V.Jorga). In 1983 he was judge on the IAKF World championship in Cairo, Egypt. In Umag 1987 receive Go- Dan (Sensei T.Kase, Dr.I.Jorga and V.Jorga). In 1989 he participate on the recovery and establishment EAKF meeting in Porec, Croatia with Sensei Nishiyama, Sensei Shirai, Senseis Ilija and Vladimir Jorga and Mr. W.Kwiecinski. In 1990 he formed Traditional Karate Federation of Macedonia and in 1991 in Treviso, Italy TKFM become member of ETKF and in 1992 in Montreal, Canada member of ITKF. From 1992 he is the National coach of Macedonian Traditional Karate Team who participate on all ETKF and ITKF and Fudokan-Shotokan events. In 1993 for the first time he participate ITKF summer camp in San Diego, USA. In 1995 he become ETKF and ITKF certificate international judge class A in kata and kumite and he receive Roku-Dan (Sensei H.Nishiyama, Sensei H.Shirai and Dr.I.Jorga). In 1995 and 1998 he organizes two ETKF European Traditional Karate Championship for juniors and cadets in Skopje. In 1999 he organize Balkan Traditional Karate Championship in Skopje and seminar with Sensei Hidetaka Nishiyama. In Paris 2002 receive Shici-Dan (Sensei Hidetaka Nishiyama and Dr. Ilija Jorga). In 2004 he organizes ETKF European Traditional Karate Championship for Seniors, Juniors and Cadets in Skopje. In 2010 in Vrasna, Greece he recived Hachi-Dan (Sensei Ilija Jorga).