World Karate Federation (WKF) President Antonio Espinós held meetings with several National Federations at the Islamic Solidarity Games in Baku as he seeks to increase cooperation in the sport.
2016 Karate World Championships Medal Table
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2016 Karate World Championships Results
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World Karate Federation (WKF) vice-president William Millerson has become the President of the Parliament of Curaçao.
Turkey finished the European Karate Championships on top of the overall medals table in front of a home crowd in Kocaeli.
Austria's Alisa Buchinger was among the winners on the third day of competition at the European Karate Championships as a series of finals took place in Kocaeli.
Italy’s Viviana Bottaro continued her impressive form at the European Karate Championships today by helping her country reach the women’s team kata final in Kocaeli.
Antonio Espinós was unanimously re-elected as the President of the European Karate Federation at the organisation's General Congress in Kocaeli in Turkey.
Host nation Turkey had six finalists on the opening day of the European Karate Championships at the Şehit Polis Recep Topaloğlu Sports Hall in Kocaeli.
Reigning world champion Alexandra Recchia is among the star names set to compete at the European Karate Championships in Turkish province Kocaeli, where action is due to begin tomorrow.
An "initial plan" for the qualification process for Tokyo 2020 was among the key items presented during the World Karate Federation's (WKF) strategic meeting in Paris this week.
Karate Canada has sanctioned a new national tournament which will allow any karatekas from across the North American nation to compete.
World Karate Federation (WKF) Executive Committee member Souleymane Gaye has been nominated by the International University Sports Federation (FISU) as their new technical delegate.
Hosts Morocco claimed four gold medals on a successful final day of competition at the Karate1-Premier League leg in Rabat today.
China's Yin Xiaoyan stands in the way of home hope Najlae Karchali in the under-61 kilograms event at the Karate1-Premier League in Morocco's capital Rabat.
Home favourite Aya Nassiri suffered an early exit from the women's kata competition at the Karate1-Premier League in Morocco's capital Rabat, ending hopes of repeating her gold medal-winning performance from last year's equivalent event.
Rabat is scheduled to host the fourth stop of the 2017 Karate1-Premier League this weekend as representatives of home nation Morocco look to emulate their impressive haul of six gold medals from last year’s equivalent event.