World Karate Federation (WKF) President Antonio Espinós and Turkish Karate Federation (TKF) counterpart Esat Delihasan have met at the international governing body’s headquarters in Madrid to discuss new opportunities for the sport.
World Karate Federation (WKF) President Antonio Espinós has praised the fourth edition of the Small States of Europe Championships, which was held in Andorra.
World Karate Federation (WKF) President Antonio Espinós has highlighted the importance of regional events after attending the Polish Open in Bielsko-Biala.
Japan's Yugo Kozaki beat Brazil's two-time world champion Douglas Brose to win gold on a good day for the next Summer Olympic host nation at the Karate 1-Series A event in Salzburg.
Austria’s Alisa Buchinger excelled in her home city to win gold on the opening day of the Karate 1-Series A event in Salzburg as two French brothers also prospered.
The number of athletes that will be competing at this weekend's third Karate 1-Series A event of the season is set to break previous records as action moves to the Austrian city of Salzburg.
Bechir Cherif has been elected President of the Mediterranean Karate Federations Union (MKFU) at the organisation's Congress in Tangier in Morocco.
Peru clinched women’s team kata gold as the Karate1 Series A event in Turkey’s capital city Istanbul drew to a close, with a mixed day for the Iranian team.
Japan secured double gold on the opening day of the Karate1 Series A event in Turkey’s capital city Istanbul.
The World Karate Federation's (WKF) Competition Rules Commission held a key meeting to discuss potential changes to both kumite and kata events.
Home karateka 20-year-old Shara Hubrich produced one of the surprises of the last Karate 1-Premier League event of the season in the German cities of Halle and Leipzig with a shock 4-1 win over female under 50kg kumite favourite Miho Miyahara, one of Japan’s few losers on a day when they took five gold medals.
Japan's world champion Ayumi Uekusa enjoyed a successful day at the fifth and final Karate 1-Premier League event of the season in the German cities of Halle and Leipzig.
Four Japanese karatekas will contest the kata finals at the fifth and final Karate 1-Premier League event of the season in the German cities of Halle and Leipzig after the Asian nation dominated the men's and women's events today.
The German cities of Halle and Leipzig are preparing to host the fifth and final Karate 1-Premier League event of the season.
Michael Kassis, President of the Commonwealth Karate Federation (CKF), has used the occasion of the imminent Commonwealth Karate Championships to applaud the place the sport has earned at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, adding that it will inspire continuing efforts to get karate into the Commonwealth Games.