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2018 Karate 1-Series A concludes with anticipated event in Shanghai

04-12-2018

Shanghai hosts the anticipated last Karate 1-Series A event of the season. The top series of international Karate competitions concludes in Shanghai as the sport continues its progress in China and all over the world. 

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WKF President discusses progress of Karate with Japans All-Party Parliamentary Group

03-12-2018

WKF President Antonio Espinós participated in the meeting of Japan’s All-Party Parliamentary Group for the promotion of Karate in Tokyo where the progress of the discipline was analysed and new initiatives to continue raising the profile of the sport were discussed. 

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WKF President receives Japans Order of the Rising Sun

27-11-2018

WKF President Antonio Espinós received the Japanese Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Star in Tokyo. The awarding ceremony took place Monday, November 26th at the headquarters of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in Tokyo. Mr Espinós was recognised for his contribution to the progress and universality of Karate, a sport with strong connections with the Japanese culture and traditions.

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WKF Commissions showcase Karates global impact

20-11-2018

The commissions of the World Karate Federation gathered in Madrid to analyse the current moment of the sport and to maximise the opportunities that Karate is facing as the discipline is reaching historic landmark moments. 

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IOC Board Member Sergey Bubka visits Karate World Championships

20-11-2018

The International Olympic Committee Executive Board member and Chairman of IOC Athletes' Entourage Commission, Sergey Bubka visited the 2018 Karate World Championships in Madrid. The WKF President Antonio Espinós welcomed Mr Bubka in the capital of Spain for the biggest event of the sport as meetings took place to strengthen the relationships between Karate’s international organisation and the Ukrainian legend of the sport.  

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Anti-Doping educational outreach stresses importance of clean Karate

19-11-2018

The International Testing Agency (ITA), in cooperation with the World Karate Federation hosted an anti-doping educational outreach during the 2018 Karate World Championships in Madrid (Spain). The activity aimed at spreading the values of the sport while continuing keeping Karate clean. 

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WKF Executive Committee to continue taking Karate to new heights

15-11-2018

The Executive Committee of the World Karate Federation gathered in Madrid (Spain) to keep on setting the ground for the continued progress of the sport. The meeting was held in the capital of Spain on the eve of the 24th Karate World Championships and it represented the first gathering of the governing body after the election of new members. 

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WKF Athletes Commission maps new opportunities for karatekas

14-11-2018

The body of the World Karate Federation that represents karatekas around the world gathered in Madrid (Spain) to continue helping athletes to maximise the increasing opportunities due to the progress of the sport. The meeting was celebrated ahead of the 2018 Karate World Championships in Madrid; The election of new members and the close interaction with IOC’s Athletes’ Commission were on top of the agenda.   

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Japan top medal table of historic 2018 Karate World Championships

11-11-2018

The 2018 Karate World Championships concluded in Madrid (Spain) on Sunday in a true celebration of the sporting spirit and values of the sport. After six thrilling days of Karate action, the historic edition of the tournament crowned the new kings and queens of the sport. Japan with ten medals and four golds topped the final medal table of the competition, followed by Iran and France. 

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2018 Karate World Championships: MVPs proclaimed

11-11-2018

Meet the new MVPs of the Karate World Championships. The most valuable players of the 2018 Karate World Championships were proclaimed on Sunday as the historic event concluded in Madrid (Spain).  Ryo Kiyuna and Kiyou Shimizu of Japan, Steven Dacosta of France, Dorota Banaszczyk of Poland, Deborah Knihs of Brazil and Abdelaziz Abouelnaga of Egypt were announced as the new stars of the tournament. 

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