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On 28th – 30th May 2010 in Vienna, Austria, were organized the days of the European Ju-Jitsu Championship. At the official opening of the Championship, a demonstration of the new security system was made by Toni Petrov – Chief Instructor at the Police, Bulgaria, and Mihail Nestorov – Instructor at the Police Department, Bulgaria.

On 8th June 2010 in Valencia, Spain, were organized the European Police & Fire Games, including Duo and Fighting competitions. For the first time the sport Ju-Jitsu was established as a sports discipline in the European Police & Fire Games. At the Games in Valencia Greece, Bulgaria and Spain participate in the Ju-Jitsu disciplines. Toni Petrov and Mihail Nestorov demonstrated the new self-defence system in front of the President of the European Police & Fire Games – Robert Thomas, and the President of the Ju-Jitsu European Union – Christian Blareau. There were also meetings with the organizers of the World Police & Fire Games (with the Vice President of the World Police & Fire Games 2011 – Bill Miccio). The presentation of the new system is done with the idea the sport Ju-Jitsu and the security selfdefence to be included in the Calendar of the World Police & Fire Games. The official guests attending the Games were: Tomo Borissov – Vice President of JJIF and Head of the Security Self- Defence Department, Christian Blareau – President of the Ju-Jitsu European Union, Robert Thomas – President of the European Police & Fire Games, Angel Luis Bravo – Police Operations Coordinator at the Local Police Academy Madrid, Spain, Anestis Poulikidis President of the Balkan Ju-Jitsu Federation, Bill Miccio – Vice President of the World Police & Fire Games 2011, Peter Loughins – Organizer of the World Police & Fire Games 2013 in Belfast, Ireland, and Eusebio Sanchez – Security Self-Defence Trainer at the Local Police Academy Madrid, Spain. At the Games, a meeting was held between Tomo Borissov – Vice President of JJIF and Head of the Security Self-Defence Department, Robert Thomas – President of the European Police & Fire Games, Christian Blareau – President of the Ju-Jitsu European Union, and Angel Luis Bravo – Police Operations Coordinator at the Local Police Academy Madrid, Spain, at which was discussed the future of the European Police & Fire Games. Apart from this was organized a meeting with Bill Miccio – Vice President of the World Police & Fire Games 2011, at which was discussed the idea the security self-defence to be included in the World Police & Fire Games 2013 in Belfast, Ireland.

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