Kenji Grillon, one of the most prominent figures in the French karate community, is a true champion of the discipline. Born on October 28, 1989 in Bondy, he began to practice karate at a very young age, under the aegis of his father, himself a black belt in the discipline.
Kenji Grillon is now 4th dan, world champion in Europe and France, which reveals an exemplary career and total investment in the practice of karate. Both a high-level competitor and a passionate teacher, he has won numerous titles in the cadet, junior and senior categories. He has won international competitions all over the world in Spain, Russia, Italy in the USA and in the country of the rising sun, Japan.
The karateka is also known for his demanding and effective technique in kumite (combat). With more than 250 matches to his credit, Kenji Grillon is a seasoned and formidable athlete, accustomed to facing the toughest fighters. As a teacher, he dispenses his knowledge through courses and courses given to practitioners wishing to progress and discover the subtleties of the martial art that is karate. He teaches at the SPORTING club of Bobigny.
Beyond his track record and his infallible technique, it is his humble personality and his spirit of sharing that make him a champion in his own right. For Kenji Grillon, karate is above all a way to improve one’s inner being, to transmit values such as respect and humility, and to contribute positively to society.
In summary, Kenji Grillon is a high-level karateka, whose track record and expertise cannot be called into question. But he is above all a model for practitioners of all ages, an example of perseverance, humility and determination, who knows how to embody the fundamental values of the martial art that is karate.