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Die World Ju Jitsu Federation Schweiz trauert um einen großen Meister des Ju Jitsu.

Robert Clark
9. Dan Ju Jitsu

 

 

Mit großem Bedauern teilen wir Euch mit, dass unser Soke Robert Clark am 8. Februar 2012 verstorben ist. Der Familie Clark gilt unser tiefstes Mitgefühl. Wir werden Soke Robert Clark stets in Ehren gedenken.

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A very special goodbye to our friend

It is with regret that i have to inform you that our sensei, Mr Robert Clark (1946), has passed he died peacefully, during the week on the 8th February 2012. It was Mr Clark's wish to have a small family funeral and it's very important that we respect those wishes. I'm sure this has come as quite a shock to many of you, having known and trained under sensei Clark for many years.
We are going to arrange a celebration of soke Clark's life, thereby allowing us all to say goodbye to a much loved and respected man. As you can imagine, there are many people who were close to Sensei and this is a very difficult time for us all.

Robert Clark

He is 9th dan of Ju Jitsu. Charismatic and technical chief of the WJJF. He was born in Liverpool on 2nd February 1946 and he started martial training when he was 6 years old. His master was Jack Britton.
We owe him the real development of ju jitsu all around the world and the promotion of ancient schools through modern methods.
In 1976 he founded the WJJF (World Ju Jitsu Federation) that then became WJJKO (World Ju Jitsu Kobudo Organization) with Gsb.
He was the International Technical Director of WJJKO, organization created for gathering together all ju jitsu styles.

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Kyu-Diplome WJJF Schweiz Instruktor der WJJF Schweiz