Iran finished top of the medals table as the Asian Karate Championships drew to a conclusion in Astana.
World champion Ryo Kiyuna reached the men’s kata final on the opening day of the Asian Karate Championships in Astana, Kazakhstan.
The Asian Karatedo Federation rubber-stamped a change of name at its Congress in Astana.
A new working group has been formed by the World Karate Federation (WKF) to help with the implementation of the sport’s qualification process for the two Olympic events.
Russia’s Anna Shcherbina claimed the women's kata cadet title on the final day of action at the World Karate Federation (WKF) Karate1 Youth Cup in Umag.
Croatia’s Lucija Lesjak delivered home success at the World Karate Federation (WKF) Karate1 Youth Cup in Umag.
The 2017 World Karate Federation (WKF) Karate1 Youth Cup is set to begin in the Croatian city of Umag tomorrow.
Karateka’s across the world got involved in Olympic Day celebrations as they marked the annual event with a series of events.
France claimed three kumite gold medals as action concluded today at the 2017 Karate 1-Series A opener in Spanish city Toledo.
Spanish duo Damian Quintero and Sandra Sanchez won the men's and women's kata titles respectively on home soil at the 2017 Karate 1-Series A opener in Toledo.
A strong field will be in action when the 2017 Karate 1-Series A season begins tomorrow in Toledo in Spain.
Karate New Zealand's President Dennis May has been appointed as a member of the country's Order of Merit.
Montenegro secured the women's team kata title on the final day of the European Karate Championships for Regions in Kosovo's capital Pristina.
Montenegro ensured they will be represented in the final of both the women’s team kata and women’s team kumite competitions after a productive opening day at the European Karate Championships for Regions in Kosovo’s capital Pristina.
The 15th edition of the European Karate Championships for Regions is scheduled to take place in Kosovo’s capital Pristina this weekend as 67 athletes from 12 nations battle it out for top honours.