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Andy Hug, 1964-2000 by Oliver Sperling
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Atsushi Kadoi
No. 30
Nationality: Japan

Record:
2001 2nd Place, World Weight Category 
[Super Heavy Weight]
2001 1st Place
18th All Japan Weight Category
[Super Heavyweight] 

After Kadoi lost the one-month fight with Glaube this June, Kadoi was mortified and said with ferocity, "Next Time, I will take him down." Although he lost that fight, he gave us a glimpse back to the brilliant fighting style we had missed for some time. Kadoi has over-come his weaknesses and come back in a big way. Now the time has come. Glaube is in his block and Kadoi is ready to go.


Sergio Da Costa
No. 31
Nationality: Brazil
Record: 2001 1st Place, All American Open
1999 National Team Member,
7th World Open Tournament 


Sergio da Costa, the 'third man' from Brazil, has consistently managed to take us by surprise, keeping Brazil a hotbed of activity alongside Filho, Glaube and now Teixeira. He has forged his Kumite style into a well-honored fighting machine by powering up his punch, sharpening his kick and pumping up his power. The confidence in his mind ads experience, stability and credit to the team; no one can find his weakness.

Naoki Ichimura
No. 45
Nationality: Japan
Record: 2002 7th Place, 34th All Japan Open
2001 4th Place, World Weight Category [Heavyweight]

Veteran fighter for Japan, Ichimura has calmly and eagerly awaited this moment, yet the fire has been burning with each passing day. "There is no holiday or New Years eve for me. There is only the day of the tournament, I can't wait for it to come." He has devoted the last four year to the arrival of this day. He has challenged every single day to his limit and has the admiration of the team behind him. Like whispers in his ears, his conscience keeps telling him, "What was captured must be taken back!"
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