Tamas was born 1942 and has been training karate since the early 50s. In 1957 Tamas was graduated to his first black belt. Today Tamas holds the rank of Kudan (9th degree black belt) in World Karate federation and he has also been honoured the rank of Judan (10th degree black belt) in Japan.
During his more than 50 years of martial arts experience he has also achieved black belts in Judo, aikido and jiu-jutsu.
Trough his long experience of the early karate, Tamas has trained under several of the famous masters of karate, such as Tani, Kuniba, Nambu, Fujiwara, Hayashi, Kawata, Miyazato and more. Tamas has during periods lived on Okinawa.
Tamas has been an instructor since 1965 and during the 70s he was a part of the Swedish national team in karate.
Tamas Weber served with honour in the rank of the legendary Foreign Legion. Tamas has written two books about his life: The Warrior's Rose and The Song of the Desert.
Tamas is recognised as one of Europe’s premier close combat experts. He has trained Police and Armed Forces in close combat and self-defence in various countries around the world.
Today Tamas runs Svea kampsportcenter, a centre for Martial Arts in Stockholm, where various Martial Arts clubs is gathered under the same roof. Besides running the centre and being an active instructor in is karate club Tamas focus on the development of Sanshin-Kan International, to which he is the founder.