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Saturday 9th April 2016

Irish International Karate Championships

Ardee Community Centre, Co. Louth.

Saturday 9 April 2016, by webmaster

Venue:

Ardee Community Centre, Co. Louth.

Accommodation:

Details available at: www.irelandwadokai.ie

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Prizes given to:

  • 1st, 2nd and joint 3rd in all kumite individual events
  • 1st, 2nd and 3rd in all kata individual events
  • 1st, 2nd and 3rd in team events

Entry Fees:

Competitors must be pre-entered. The entry form is available on our website.
Closing date for entries is Saturday 2nd April 2016. Entry fees are:

  • individual kata €12 (£10)
  • individual kumite €12 (£10)
  • team kata €30 (£30)
  • coach licence €10 (£10)

Inscriptions

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Entry form
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Information an categories


Rules:

W.K.F. rules will apply. Ireland Wado Kai Karate-Do Renmei reserves the right to alter the list of events and/or the rules of this competition without notice. Competition officals will not amend incorrect entries and may amalgamate categories if entries are deemed to be too low. Contestants entered in the wrong category will be disqualified.

Chief Referee:

Andy Simpson, WKF European Referee (Scotland), will be chief referee.

Referees:

Clubs are asked to provide referees and/or judges. All referees and judges must be qualified and insured.

Protective Equipment:

All over 12’s must wear protective equipment as in WKF rules. There can be exceptions made for smaller children.

Belts and Mitts:

Competitors must bring their own red and blue belts and their own red and blue mitts.

License & Insurance:

All competitors must produce a valid karate license and insurance when registering.

Registration:

Registration 9am.
Referee meeting 9.20am. Coaches meeting 9.45am. Events start at 10am sharp.

Shop:

Hot and cold food and drinks will be available throughout the day.

Contact

Ireland Wadokai
Phone: +353 (0) 876478060
Email: karateireland@gmail.com
Website: www.irelandwadokai.ie

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