World champion Douglas Brose of Brazil chose the perfect time to secure his first Karate1 Premier League gold medal of the season as he delivered the victory the home crowd desperately craved by winning the under 60 kilogram kumite division at the Gymnasium Paulo Sarasate in Fortaleza today.
World champion Douglas Brose will bid to end his difficult run of form during this year’s Karate1 Premier League campaign when he competes on home soil at the latest event on the calendar due to get underway at the Gymnasium Paulo Sarasate in Fortaleza tomorrow.
Turkey ended their home leg of the World Karate Federation (WKF) Karate1 Premier League series in commanding fashion by winning five of the six gold medals on offer on the final day of the event in Istanbul.
Turkey opened their home World Karate Federation (WKF) Karate1 Premier League event in style as the host nation secured four gold medals on day one of the competition in Istanbul.
Local heroes Serap Özçelik and Enes Erkan will spearhead Turkey's quest for gold in the Karate1 Premier League, which is due to start tomorrow at the WOW Istanbul Hotels & Convention Center
Registration has opened for the forthcoming Karate World Championships in Linz, the World Karate Federation (WKF) has announced.
Over 400 athletes from 46 countries have already signed up for the World Karate Federation (WKF) Karate1 Premier League event in Istanbul next month, the sport's worldwide governing body has announced.
Japan claimed the top position in the final standings of the 2016 International University Sports Federation (FISU) World University Karate Championship in Braga, Portugal.
Alizee Agier of France laid down marker ahead of the World Championships later on this year by beating Alisa Buchinger of Switzerland to clinch the gold medal in the women’s under 68 kilograms kumite category at the World University Karate Championship in Braga.
World Karate Federation (WKF) President Antonio Espinos has described his sport's Tokyo 2020 Olympic inclusion as "incredible".
Karate fans around the world are being encouraged to submit their messages of support by the sport’s governing body ahead of next week’s crucial International Olympic Committee (IOC) Session in Rio de Janeiro.
An updated website has been launched by the World Karate Federation (WKF) in a bid to extend the governing body's presence in the digital world.
Over two thirds of worldwide karatekas are under the age of 14, the World Karate Federation (WKF) have declared in a statement designed to show the youth appeal of the sport.
Bosnia and Herzegovina topped the standings following the conclusion of the World Karate Federation (WKF) Karate1 Youth Cup as they claimed a haul of 19 medals in Umag in Croatia.
New Zealand Karate President Leo Donnelly has been appointed to the role of Ombudsman the country’s Parliament has been announced.