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David Stainko Biography,

David Stainko, the Master of Kinesiology and senior organizer of kinesiological recreation was born in Rijeka, Croatia in 1962. There he attended the primary and secondary school. In 1980 he enrolled at Zagreb University, Croatia to study Kinesiology and he got his M.A. degree there.

At present he is a Physical Education teacher and a counselor for martial arts skills. He lives in Rijeka, Croatia. David Stanko has been active in martial arts since 1973. He started training in Budokai Club Rijeka.

In 1978 he founded the Youth Budokai Club , which later changed its name into The Club of Martial Arts Victoria. It was registered as the first of its kind in former Yugoslavia ( where Croatia was one of the constituent parts) and one of the first in Europe.

In 1978 David Stainko got the titles of 1st DAN Budokai and WAKO instructor. Since 1981 he has been intensely practising boxing and kick boxing , and in 1982 he also took part in Korean skills tae kwon do and kung fu style- thai chi. At the same time he was perfecting the skills aikido, judo, ju-jutsu and kung fu wing-tsun.In 1983 he obtained the master title of 3rd DAN ( Budokai), and a year later the title of the instructor of Jeet-kune do, and kung fu style – thai chi.

He got the master title of the black belt of 4th DAN and he became a kick boxing and tang soo do coach in 1986. He also became the trainer of karate kyokushinkai in 1987. At that time he got introduced to Vietnamese skill viet vo dao…

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