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Mailing Address: 145 Pacific Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3B 2Z6

Officiating at the Tournament

Karate Manitoba Invites You To Clinics For Officials, Athletes And Parents

Conducted by Norma Foster 7th Dan

  • Chair, Karate Canada Officials Committee
  • World Karate Federation (WKF) Kumite Referee, Kata Judge
  • Former chair, WKF Womens’ Sport Commission
  • First woman appointed to WKF Referee Commission
  • President, Canada JKF Wadokai
  • Highest ranking female JKF Wadokai practitioner worldwide

When: Saturday and Sunday April 21 and 22; 9:00 am to 4:30 pm both days
Where: Glenlawn Collegiate, 770 St. Mary’s Rd., Winnipeg.
Wear: Track suit or karate gi
With: Copy of rulebook, notepad, pen and lots of questions!
Cost: $60 both days

Whether you are a dojo head, instructor, athlete, student or parent, this event is open to all. This seminar will help you understand the WKF rules that will be applied at the 2012 Manitoba Provincial Tournament on June 2nd 2012.

The WKF International rules of competition are applied at the Pan American and World Games, as well as Continental and WKF championships, and will be applied should Karate become an Olympic event. As a member of Karate Canada, Karate Manitoba is implementing these rules and invites all those involved with Karate in this province to participate regardless of experience. The session will be practical and interactive

Special Session For Parents And Athletes

This special informal session is for you if you are an athlete and want to understand how your performance will be judged under WKF rules, or if you are a parent and simply want to understand what the judges are doing that affects your child.

When: 2 – 4 pm, Saturday April 21, 2012
Cost: $5.00
Athletes: Wear your gi, try it out and receive useful feedback!

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