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Massive Karate 1 Series A event to begin in Pamplona

Massive Karate 1 Series A event to begin in Pamplona
Profesyonel Emlak
28.01.2022
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Massive Karate 1 Series A event to begin in Pamplona

The first Karate 1-Series A event of the season is taking place in Pamplona (Spain) from January 28 to 30. Over 800 athletes from 64 countries are registered to participate in the anticipated event.

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WHAT

  • The 2022 Karate 1-Series A Pamplona is the first event of the season of the Karate 1-Series A
  • The Karate 1-Series A competition is designed to provide karatekas with the opportunity to compete at the highest level in an open tournament and to earn points to improve their position at WKF World Ranking.
  • The Karate 1-Series A Pamplona is the first event of its kind in nearly two years. The last Karate 1-Series A event was held in Santiago (Chile) in January 2020. The rest of the scheduled tournaments were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

WHERE

  • The event will take place in Pamplona, in the north of Spain.
  • Famous for the running of the bulls, Pamplona is one of the hubs of Karate in the country.
  • The tournament will be held at the magnificent Navarra Arena sports hall. It is a state-of-the-art multi-purpose venue with a capacity for 11,000 spectators and with the best conditions for a first-class Karate event.
  • The medal bouts are available by streaming on the WKF YouTube channel.
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WHEN

  • The tournament is scheduled for January 28 to 30.
  • The event begins on Friday, January 28 at 09:00 (local time) and is set to finish on Sunday, January 30 around 18.00 (local time).
  • The Finals are scheduled for Sunday, from 14.30 to 18.00.

WHO

  • Over 800 athletes from 64 countries are registered to participate in the tournament.
  • Hosts of Spain and Italy present the largest delegations with 218 and 90 athletes, respectively.
  • The event is reserved for competitors who are placed from position 32 downwards in the WKF World Ranking. The categories are limited to a maximum of 96 competitors per division.

HOW

  • The competition follows a knockout format.
  • It is the first time that Spain welcomes a first-class international event since hosting the Karate 1-Premier League event in Madrid in 2019.
  • Previously, Madrid acted as the venue of the 2018 World Championships.

 

The challenge of the Karate 1-Series A begins.

After nearly two years of hiatus, Karate’s most massive event for senior categories return to the international scene with the anticipated 2022 Karate 1-Series A Pamplona.

As the qualification to Karate’s major events is done through ranking, athletes are competing in Pamplona to earn the points to allow them to participate in the most important competitions of the sport, such as the Karate 1-Premier League.

The challenge of the WKF Ranking starts for many athletes as they aim to reach each one of the top groups in the WKF World Ranking, which now is divided into G32 (from positions 1 to 32), G64 (33 to 64) and G100 (65 to 100).

The bronze medal bouts and the finals of the event on Sunday will be available LIVE and FREE on the WKF YouTube channel.

CLICK HERE to go to the WKF YouTube channel.

CLICK HERE to go to the micro-site of the 2022 Karate 1-Series A Pamplona.

WHAT

The 2022 Karate 1-Series A Pamplona is the first event of the season of the Karate 1-Series A
The Karate 1-Series A competition is designed to provide karatekas with the opportunity to compete at the highest level in an open tournament and to earn points to improve their position at WKF World Ranking.
The Karate 1-Series A Pamplona is the first event of its kind in nearly two years. The last Karate 1-Series A event was held in Santiago (Chile) in January 2020. The rest of the scheduled tournaments were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
WHERE

The event will take place in Pamplona, in the north of Spain.
Famous for the running of the bulls, Pamplona is one of the hubs of Karate in the country.
The tournament will be held at the magnificent Navarra Arena sports hall. It is a state-of-the-art multi-purpose venue with a capacity for 11,000 spectators and with the best conditions for a first-class Karate event.
The medal bouts are available by streaming on the WKF YouTube channel.
WHEN

The tournament is scheduled for January 28 to 30.
The event begins on Friday, January 28 at 09:00 (local time) and is set to finish on Sunday, January 30 around 18.00 (local time).
The Finals are scheduled for Sunday, from 14.30 to 18.00.
WHO

Over 800 athletes from 64 countries are registered to participate in the tournament.
Hosts of Spain and Italy present the largest delegations with 218 and 90 athletes, respectively.
The event is reserved for competitors who are placed from position 32 downwards in the WKF World Ranking. The categories are limited to a maximum of 96 competitors per division.
HOW

The competition follows a knockout format.
It is the first time that Spain welcomes a first-class international event since hosting the Karate 1-Premier League event in Madrid in 2019.
Previously, Madrid acted as the venue of the 2018 World Championships.

The challenge of the Karate 1-Series A begins.

After nearly two years of hiatus, Karate’s most massive event for senior categories return to the international scene with the anticipated 2022 Karate 1-Series A Pamplona.

As the qualification to Karate’s major events is done through ranking, athletes are competing in Pamplona to earn the points to allow them to participate in the most important competitions of the sport, such as the Karate 1-Premier League.

The challenge of the WKF Ranking starts for many athletes as they aim to reach each one of the top groups in the WKF World Ranking, which now is divided into G32 (from positions 1 to 32), G64 (33 to 64) and G100 (65 to 100).

The bronze medal bouts and the finals of the event on Sunday will be available LIVE and FREE on the WKF YouTube channel.

CLICK HERE to go to the WKF YouTube channel.

CLICK HERE to go to the micro-site of the 2022 Karate 1-Series A Pamplona.

 

kaynak:https://www.wkf.net/news-center-new/karate-1-seriesa/1824

 

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