World Karate Federation (WKF) President Antonio Espinós has officially declared open the sport’s 2016 World Championships here this evening in front of a record-breaking number of 1,024 registered athletes.
Antonio Espinós was re-elected President of the World Karate Federation (WKF) for a six-year term today before vowing to continue taking the sport to "historic and memorable times".
Azerbaijan’s Rafael Aghayev will be attempting to regain his Karate World Championship title this week in the Austrian city of Linz as he makes his anticipated return to the event he missed two years ago.
By Daniel Etchells and Max Winters at the TipsArena in Linz
World Karate Federation (WKF) President Antonio Espinós has welcomed the "historic milestone" of participating in their first full meeting as an Olympic sport.
World Karate Federation (WKF) President Antonio Espinós hopes Tokyo 2020 will mark the start rather than the culmination of the sport's Olympic dream, and has speculated that Budapest and Paris offer their best opportunities for inclusion at the 2024 Games.
Saudi Arabia's Tareg Hamedi showed exactly why many are tipping him for greatness as he secured his first-ever Karate1 Premier League gold medal as hosts Japan dominated the final event of the 2016 series in Okinawa.
World champion Kiyuna leads home Japanese clean sweep on opening day of WKF Karate1 Premier League finale in Okinawa
Reigning world champion Ryo Kiyuna justified his billing as the red-hot favourite in the men’s kata competition by securing his second gold medal of the Karate1 Premier League season on home soil in Okinawa.
The Karate1 Premier League season reaches its climax this weekend with the final event of the year in Okinawa, Japan.
Egypt's Giana Lofty won her third gold medal of the season on finals day at the Karate1 Premier League at the Sporthalle Hamburg.
Brazil's Douglas Brose is on course for back-to-back Karate1 Premier League titles after battling into the under 60kg kumite final at the Sporthalle Hamburg.
More than 1,000 athletes have descended on the German city of Hamburg for an eagerly-anticipated World Karate Federation (WKF) Karate1 Premier League event, with a host of the sport’s top names in action.
The World Karate Federation (WKF) vowed to continue the development of the Para version of the sport after a delegation from the governing body attended the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Buchinger justifies favourites tag as Brazil finish at summit of medal standings at Karate1 Premier League in Fortaleza
European Championships silver medallist Alisa Buchinger of Austria justified her status as the favourite in the women’s under 68 kilograms kumite category as she claimed gold on the final day of the Karate1 Premier League event at the Gymnasium Paulo Sarasate in Fortaleza.
Dack delivers for hosts New Caledonia as Australia and New Zealand dominate Oceania Karate Championships
World number two Vu Duc Minh Dack of New Caledonia lived up to expectations in front of his home crowd as he claimed the gold medal in the men’s kata category at the Oceania Karate Federation (OKF) Championships in Nouméa.