The Photobook of the 2021 Karate 1 Premier League Lisbon is finally here.
The Photobook of the 2021 Karate 1 Premier League Lisbon is finally here. Fans can now relive the best moments of the memorable event in pictures.
From the eye-catching kata competition to the electric actions in kumite, all is in the Photobook of the 2021 Karate 1-Premier League Lisbon. The document also provides direct links to the Top 5 of the event and the highlights, showcasing Karate at its best. The winners and all the medallists of the tournament are also honoured in the new Photobook.
CLICK HERE to go to the Photobook of the 2021 Karate 1 Premier League Lisbon.
The EKF Senior Championships will capture the attention of the Karate world from May 19 to 23.
The EKF Senior Championships will capture the attention of the Karate world from May 19 to 23. With the Olympic qualification and the domination of European Karate at stake, the event is set to be memorable. Learn here where you can watch all the action from Porec.
All you need to know about 2021 EKF Senior Championships
European Karate’s elite meets in Porec (Croatia) from May 19 to 23 for the 2021 EKF Senior Championships. It will be the final opportunity for athletes to win points to qualify for the Olympic Games. These are the key elements of the anticipated event.
OLYMPIC QUALIFICATION AT STAKE
The 2021 EKF Senior Championships in Porec is the last tournament in the Olympic qualification process by standings. The quest for the Olympics is expected to be thrilling.
The top four-ranked athletes in each one of the Olympic categories will earn the ticket to the Games by standings. The final list of qualified karatekas by standings will be announced after the European Championships.
While the race for the Games has been clarified in some categories after the last events, the tickets to Tokyo 2020 are up for grabs in the Olympic categories of Female Kumite +61kg, Female Kumite -55kg, and Male Kumite +75kg.
CLICK HERE to go to the Olympic standings
The World Karate Federation has announced the draft calendar for 2022. The Karate competitions for next year have been tentatively scheduled with events subject to being updated due to the current challenging situation.
Many first-class Karate events are slated to capture the interest of fans in 2022. The new year will tentatively bring five Karate 1-Premier League events, four Karate 1-Youth League tournaments as well as the return to the calendar of the Karate 1-Series A with three tournaments.
Additionally, the World Cadet, Junior and U21 Championships to be held in Konya (Turkey) will gather the promising athletes of the sport in one of the top moments of the year.
The new season will also have anticipated multisport events with Karate competitions in them such as the Mediterranean Games, the Asian Games, The World Games, and the FISU UWC Combat Sports as highlights.
CLICK HERE to access the draft 2022 calendar.