Event Type: Single Style Event
Club Name: Hamiota Karate Club
Name of Tournament: Hamiota Karate Club Tournament
Date of Tournament: February 29, 2020
Tournament Hours: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Tournament Address: 91 First Street Hamiota, MB R0M 0T0
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All Shintani Wado Kai members must wear a clean, traditional martial arts gi (uniform). The gi will be all white with the only acceptable markings being a patch on the left breast of the Wado Kai kanji (Japanese lettering). Sleeves and pant legs must be rolled down. Invited guests and new students may be allowed to wear other attire at the discretion of the tournament Adjudicator. If the competitor’s gi becomes bloodied or torn in a manner that may affect the outcome of the match; he/she will be asked to replace it.
All jewelry (rings, necklaces, watches, earrings etc.) must be removed. For safety reasons all piercing must be removed if possible. If they cannot be removed they must be protected by head gear or taped over.
Competitors must be wearing the mandatory safety equipment (as outlined on page 15) for kumite. No abrasive, rough, tattered, torn or loose equipment will be permitted. No protective equipment shall be allowed to contain any metal or hard plastic except appropriate chest and groin guards.
For the first time in history, Karate will be present at the 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo!
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has just announced the addition of five new sports, including karate, at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 under the governance of the WKF (World Karate Federation).
The World Karate Federation (WKF), is the International Association recognized by the IOC TO PRACTICE KARATE AT THE OLYMPIC AND INTERNATIONAL LEVEL. Therefore, at the Canadian hierarchical level, Karate Canada is the ONLY National Sport Organization recognized by Heritage Canada and the COC (Canadian Olympic Committee) that will have the sole responsibility to guide the destiny of the athletes representing Canada at the 2020 Olympic games.
At the provincial level, each province and territory is recognized by their respective Provincial Sport Organizations (PSO) as recognized by their provincial governments under Heritage Canada. Karate Manitoba is the official Provincial Sport organization to that effect, duly recognized and partnered with the Provincial branch of Heritage Canada, Sport Manitoba. Athletes who wish to pursue the Olympic sport karate path will, inevitably, be required to become members of Karate Manitoba in order to access the required competitions of provincial, National, international and Olympic level.
Karate Manitoba is the official sport governing organization recognized by Sport Manitoba and the government of Manitoba, and the official Provincial governing body representing the province of Manitoba in the National Sport organization – Karate Canada, whose primary mission is to ensure leadership in terms of development and promotion of WKF Olympic karate.
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