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Jaime Pereira (1949)

Martial Arts and Karate Training

PereiraHome martial arts in Angola in the mid 70s with Judo.

Karate, however, lured him, and a self-taught through books, magazines, movies and sporadic contacts with sailors, starts his practice in 1970, introducing Karate in Angola in 1972, and as its first instructor Takaaki Ushio nipónica source. Specializing in South Africa with the masters Stan Schmidt, Derrick Geyer and James Rousseau. In Japan with the Great Masters Masatoshi Nakayama and Eiichi Miyasato, with the Masters Kiichi Nakamoto, Yoshio Hichiya, Koshin Iha, Tetsunosuke Yasuda, like others Nanko Minei, Ryosei Arakaki, Morio Higaonna, A. Schiomi, Teruo Chinen, Gonnohyoe Yamamoto, Shinzo Chinen, others J.K.A. introduced in Portugal in 1976, the Okinawa Goju Ryu, Kobudo in 1985 and in 1995 the Supreme.

Major Graduations Karate
  • 1976 Introduced in Portugal the Okinawa Goju Ryu
  • 1998 to 7 th Dan Goju Ryu Karate by Eiichi Miyazato
  • 1998 to 7 th Dan Karate WKF World Karate Federation
  • 2006 to 8 th Dan Goju Ryu Karate by Kiichi Nakamoto
  • 2009 8th Dan Karate WKF World Karate Federation
Kobudo
  • 1985 Introduced in Portugal the Kobudo
  • 1999 to 7 th Dan Kobudo by Kiichi Nakamoto
  • 2006 to 8 th Dan Kobudo by Kiichi Nakamoto
Other Qualifications
  • 1987 Coaches Course ISEF
  • 1989 Master Kata Seminar WUKO
  • 1989 International Referee Seminar WUKO
  • 1994 Course in Sports Medicine COP
  • 1995 Courses of Arbitration FNK-P
  • 1995 II Studied Karate K.A.I
  • 1995 National Arbitration Course WKF
  • 1996 Technical and Tactical Training High Yield FGK
  • 1998 Course Strategic Sport Marketing CEFD / SEJD
  • 1998 Course Director of Technical Sports CDP
  • 1999 Training Course for Technicians Arbitration WKF
  • 2000 Awareness Course for Quality Management Faculty Science and Technology F.C.T
  • 2005 Trainer Course Level III FNK-P
  • 2009 Grand Doctor of Philosophy Martial Arts (honoris causa) IU
  • 2010 Doctor of Martial Arts (honoris causa) UNIMUSASHI
Positions1972-1975

Technical officer and karate in Angola

1977-1984

Co Founder and Chief Instructor of representative EOGKF

(European Okinawa Goju Ryu Karate Do Federation) in Portugal.

1977 – 2000

Founder associations in Portugal, ACADO, OGKKP, UPOKA, CEFIDEC, ADIKAL, UETKA, LPKG, ANAK, ANTK, JKFGOJUKAIPORTUGAL, ADA, ADCLT, JUNDOKAN INTERNATIONAL PORTUGAL, A.R.K.ESTREMADURA, Associations FPS, JKF GOJU KAI and EGKF PORTUGAL.

1978 – 1984

Representative FAJKO (Federation All Japan Karate-Do Organization)

1979 – 1984

Co – Founder and Chief Instructor of representative IOGKF (International Okinawan Goju Ryu Karate Do Federation) in Portugal.

1986 – 1988

Chief Instructor and Representative of Portugal to IKO (International Karate-Do Organization)

1988 – 1993

Head of FPK (Portuguese Federation of Karate)

993 – 1998

Teacher in the FNK-P (National Karate Federation Portugal).

1993 – 1998

Representative to the Olympic Committee of Portugal by FNK-P

1994 – 1998

President, National Council of Arbitration FNK-P (National Karate Federation)

1994 – 1998

Combat Sports Coordinator at (CDP Sports Confederation of Portugal)

1995 – 1997

International Representative of Okinawa Karate and Kobudo World Tournament in Portugal.

1996 – 2009

Auditor of EKF – European Karate Federation

1997

"SHIBUCHO" to Portugal on behalf of Eiichi Miyasato

1997 – 1998

President, National Council of Degree of FNK-P

1997 – 2005

Chairman of the General Assembly of Anak (National Association of Arbitrators of Karate)

1998 – 2001

Combat Sports Coordinator of the Sports Confederation of Portugal.

1999 – 2004

Director of the Audit Committee of the Portuguese Confederation of Associations of Coaches.

2000

Member and representative of IBSSA (International Bodyguard and Security Services Association) in Portugal

2000 – 2007

Technical Director for the development and promotion of karate in many countries.

2001 – 2002

Coordinator and Advisor for all sports in East Timor in the Sports Confederation of Timor.

2002

Member of YKKF (yudansha Kobujitsu Karate-Do Federation since) for Portugal.

2003

Technical Director and representative of Okinawakan to Europe.

2010

Overseas Chairman WOKKA

Honours and Titles

1994

Receive a Tribute from the President of World Karate Federation for their participation as a manager representing Portugal at the World Championships of Karate in Malaysia.

2002

Honoured by the Legislative Council of the State of Miranda in Venezuela with the Decoration of the Order Vicente Emilio Sojo.

2008

Awarded Knight Commander of the Order of Justice Necklace D. Peter I Emperor of Brazil

Published Works

  • Fundamental Techniques of Karate-Do
  • Karate, Arbitration, Handbook of Competition
  • Understanding Karate-Do, Okinawan Goju-Ryu style
  • History, Implementation and Activities of National and International Karate
  • Arbitration Manual of Karate I
  • Project 2000 for Karate Portuguese
  • Arbitration Manual of Karate II
  • Activities of National and International Karate