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7th SKDUN European Shotokan Karate Championship & Kohai Cup

Shotokan karate-do International Serbia

With the support of Town of Subotica
HAVE THE HONOUR AND PLEASURE TO INVITE YOU TO THE

7th SKDUN European Shotokan Karate Championship
&
7th SKDUN European Kohai Invitational Cup

05 – 07  May  2017  –  Subotica,  Serbia

Sport  Hall  „Dudova  Suma“  street:  Sep  Ferenca  3

 

O r g a n i s e r s

Shotokan Karate-do of United Nations Shotokan Karate-do International Serbia Karate club Enpi Subotica Town of Subotica

 

 

 

We wish you all a very pleasant stay in Subotica and we wish you to take back many medals and many nice memories!

BOARD OF ORGANISERS

 

Aurel Patru

President of Shotokan Karate-do of United Nations

E-mail: [email protected][email protected] Mobile: 0040722385780

 

Colin Putt

Chief Referee of Shotokan Karate-do of United Nations

E-mail: [email protected][email protected]                        Mobile: 00447968061887

 

Milorad Copic

President of Shotokan Karate-do International Serbia

E-mail: [email protected][email protected]       Mobile: 0038163566346

 

Milan Copic (interpreter – accommodation, visas, transportation…)

Member of the Organising Committee

E-mail: [email protected][email protected]       Mobile: 00381652538305

 

 

How to get to Subotica, Serbia by air:

 

The Organising Committee will organise transport by bus/minibus from the airport (Belgrade or Budapest) to your hotel or sport hall and back at a cost of 40 EUR per person. Transfers for SKDUN Board members will be free.

 

The hotel and airport transportation must be booked using the attached booking form (also available from SKDUN website) and sent to Milan Copic via e-mail: [email protected] or mobile 00381652538305 providing him with details of your flights for arrival and departure – date and time, airline and flight number, number of people to be transported.

 

At the airport you will find a contact person who will accompany you to the Hotel or Sport Hall to make the registration.

 

Visas 

Participants who need a visa must contact Milan Copic as soon as possible, time delays may result in your visa not being granted in time for the event.

This is your responsibility.

 

Schedule – detailed schedule of event will follow

 

Friday 05 May

10:00 to 20:00 – registration (team manager or a designated person must attend and provide list of all competitors from their country)

14:00 to 20:00 – 7th SKDUN European Kohai Invitational Cup

 

Saturday 06 May

09:00 to 19:00 – 7th SKDUN European Shotokan Karate Championship

 

Sunday 07 May

09:00 to 17:00 – 7th SKDUN European Shotokan Karate Championship

 

 

Awards

 

Individual events:

  • 1st place – Trophy, medal and diploma
  • 2nd and 3rd place – Medals and diploma (joint 3rd place for kumite events)

 

Team events:

  • 1st place – Trophy, medals and diplomas for all team members
  • 2nd and 3rd place – Trophy, medals and diplomas for all team members

 

All participants will receive a certificate of participation

 

 

 

Information regarding competitor entries and notification of competiton officials (Referees etc)

instructions will be sent separately very soon once format    been finalised.

 

Competition fees

 

Individual events – 25 € per person per event

Team events – 45 € per team per event

    Note: there will be an extra fee for any entry forms sent after 25th April 2017: +10 Euro for individual events and +25 Euro for team events.

 

 

7th SKDUN European Shotokan Karate Championship

Brown and Black belts only (3rd Kyu and above)

 

RULES AND CATEGORIES

 

MASTERS

 

The final event on Sunday will be the prestigious Masters competition.

 

Each country can nominate one Female and one Male competitor over 18 years of age that will compete in Kata and Kumite for the ultimate title of Grand Champion.

 

Nominations to be submitted on Saturday evening.

 

Kata rules: All rounds by points system (Tensu hoshiki).

 

Limit of participation: Max of 6 competitors per country per category. The organising country can register a total of 7 competitors.

 

The competitors in each category will compete in the elimination rounds down to 8 competitors (two competitors at the same time, AKA / SHIRO).

 

In semi-finals, these 8 competitors will perform Tokui kata (their choice from the approved list), then 4 competitors with the highest scores will perform a different Tokui kata in the final round (for 1st, 2nd and 3rd medal place).

 

In the case of a draw in the semi-final and final rounds, competitors must perform a different kata to the ones performed in all previous rounds.

 

For choice of Tokui kata see the approved kata list appropriate to the competitors range ( it can be found in the SKDUN rule book on the SKDUN website).

 

KATA INDIVIDUAL

1. CHILDREN (10 – 11 years) boys

2. CHILDREN (10 – 11 years) girls

3. MINICADETS (12 – 13 years)

4. MINICADETS (12 – 13 years)

5. CADETS (14 – 15 years)

6. CADETS (14 – 15 years)

7. JUNIORS (16 – 17 years)

8. JUNIORS (16 – 17 years)

9. YOUTHS (18 – 20 years)

10. YOUTHS (18 – 20 years)

11. SENIORS (21 – 39 years)

12. SENIORS (21 – 39 years)

13. VETERANS (40 – 49 years)

14. VETERANS (40 – 49 years)

15. VETERANS (over 50 years)

16. VETERANS (over 50 years)

Categories 1 – 6: Children, Minicadets and Cadets

 

Elimination rounds – Sentei kata: Bassai Dai and Jion

Semi-final (the top 8 competitors): Tokui kata

Final round (top 4 competitors): different Tokui kata

 

Categories 7 – 16: Juniors, Youths, Seniors and Veterans

 

Eliminations rounds – Sentei kata: Bassai Dai, Enpi, Jion, Hangetsu and Kanku Dai

Semi-final (the top 8 competitors): Tokui kata

Final round (top 4 competitors): different Tokui kata

 

 

 

 

KATA TEAMS

Kata teams may include ONE 4th kyu. All rounds by point system (Tensu hoshiki)

Elimination rounds – Tokui kata; Final round (4 teams) – different Tokui kata

In the case of a draw, teams must perform a different kata to the ones performed in previous rounds.

Limit of participation: Max of 2 teams per country are accepted in each category.

The Tokui kata must be selected from the approved list and be appropriate for the lowest grade in the team.

For choice of Tokui kata see the approved kata list and competitors range (you will find it in the SKUDN rule book).

 

CADETS TEAMS (Minicadets + Cadets) (12 – 15 years)

  1. CADETS MALE 18. CADETS FEMALE                                  19. CADETS MIXED

Cadet team may include one competitor from children category (10-11 years old)

 

 

JUNIORS TEAMS (Juniors + Youths) (16 – 20 years)

  1. JUNIORS MALE 21. JUNIORS FEMALE 22. JUNIORS MIXED

Junior team may include one competitor from cadet category (12-15 years old)

 

SENIORS TEAMS (Over 21 years)

  1. SENIORS MALE 24. SENIORS FEMALE 25. SENIORS MIXED

Senior team may include one competitor from junior category (16-20 years old)

 

 

Kumite rules: Ippon Shobu (2 waza-ari or 1 Ippon) for all categories, except seniors individual kumite finals – Sanbon Shobu. Duration of the match is specified for each age group.

Limit of participation: 6 competitors per country, the organising country can register a total of 7 competitors.

 

KUMITE INDIVIDUAL

CHILDREN (10 – 11 years) 1 minute 30 seconds

  1. Boys -35 kg 27. Boys -42 kg 28. Boys 42+ kg         29. Girls -35 kg          30. Girls 35+ kg

 

MINICADETS (12 – 13 years) 1 minute 30 seconds

  1. Male -40 kg 32. Male -48 kg 33. Male -55 kg          34. Male 55+ kg         35. Female -42 kg
  2. Female -50 kg 37. Female +50 kg

 

CADETS (14 – 15 years) 2 minutes

  1. Male -55 kg 39. Male -62 kg 40. Male -70 kg          41. Male +70 kg         42. Female -53 kg
  2. Female 53+ kg

 

JUNIORS (16 – 17 years) 2 minutes

  1. Male -60 kg 45. Male -68 kg 46. Male -75 kg          47. Male +75 kg         48. Female -57 kg
  2. Female +57 kg

 

YOUTHS (18 – 20 years) 2 minutes

  1. Male -70 kg 51. Male -78 kg 52. Male +78 kg         53. Female -58 kg      54. Female +58 kg

 

SENIORS (over 21 years) 2 minutes (final match 3 minutes)

  1. Male -68 kg 56. Male -77 kg 57. Male -87 kg          58. Male 87+ kg         59. Female -58 kg
  2. Female +58 kg

 

  1. VETERANS OPEN Male (40 – 49 years) 2 minutes

 

  1. VETERANS OPEN Male (over 50 years) 2 minutes

 

  1. VETERANS OPEN Female (40 – 49 years) 2 minutes

 

  1. VETERANS OPEN Female (over 50 years) 2 minutes

Veterans may be divided into two weight categories if there are sufficient competitors. Veterans can also participate in Seniors events.

 

  1. MALE ALL OPEN (over 18 years old only) 2 minutes (final match 3 minutes)

 

  1. FEMALE ALL OPEN (over 18 years old only) 2 minutes (final match 3 minutes)

 

  1. MASTERS – SENIOR MALE (over 18 years old only) – one competitor per country

 

  1. MASTERS – SENIOR FEMALE (over 18 years old only) – one competitor per country

 

 

KUMITE TEAMS (Limit of participation: 2 teams per country in each team kumite category).

Kumite teams may include one 5th kyu or 4th kyu (blue/purple belt).

 

 

CADETS TEAMS (Minicadets + Cadets) (12 – 15 years) Each match 1 minute 30 seconds

  1. Cadets male -55 kg (3 + 1 reserve) 70. Cadets male 55+ kg (3 + 1 reserve)
  2. Cadets female open (3 + 1 reserve) 72. Cadets mixed open (3 boys + 2 girls + 2 reserve)

 

JUNIORS TEAMS (Juniors + Youths) (16 – 20 years) Each match 2 minutes

  1. Juniors male open (3 + 1 reserve) 74. Juniors female open (3 + 1 reserve)
  2. Juniors mixed open (3 male + 2 female + 2 reserve)

Junior team may include one competitor from cadet category (12 – 15 years)

 

SENIORS (over 21 years) Each match 2 minutes

  1. Seniors male open (5 + 2 reserve) 77. Seniors female open (3 + 1 reserve)
  2. Seniors mixed open (3 male + 2 female + 2 reserve)

Senior team may include one competitor from junior category (16 – 20 years)

 

 

7th SKDUN European Kohai Invitational Cup

Competition for kohai grades (9th – 4th Kyu)

 

RULES AND CATEGORIES

 

Kata rules: Elimination rounds by flag system (kohaku hoshiki). The competitors in each category will compete in one elimination round down to 8 competitors (two competitors at the same time, AKA / SHIRO). Kata chosen by referee. In the case of draw, competitors must perform a different kata to the one performed in the previous round.

Final round by point system (tensu hoshiki), the 8 competitors will perform Tokui kata (their choice from the approved list), top 3 scorers will decide 1st, 2nd and 3rd medal place.

No limit of participation. In case of large number of participants in any category they may be divided into further categories by grade. These new categories will be announced at the event.

 

KATA INDIVIDUAL

The categories may be further divided in the case where there is a large number of participants. Example:

  1. a – Boys 9 kyu
  2. b – Boys 8 kyu
  3. c – Boys 7 kyu

 

CHILDREN (8 – 9 years)

  1. Boys 9 – 7 kyu 2. Boys 6 – 4 kyu 3. Girls 9 – 7 kyu                   4. Girls 6 – 4 kyu

 

CHILDREN (10 – 11 years)

  1. Boys 9 – 7 kyu 6. Boys 6 – 4 kyu 7. Girls 9 – 7 kyu                   8. Girls 6 – 4 kyu

 

MINICADETS (12 – 13 years)

  1. Male 9 – 7 kyu 10. Male 6 – 4 kyu 11. Female 9 – 7 kyu             12. Female 6 – 4 kyu

 

CADETS (14 – 15 years)

  1. Male 9 – 7 kyu 14. Male 6 – 4 kyu 15. Female 9 – 7 kyu             16. Female 6 – 4 kyu

 

JUNIORS (16 – 17 years)

  1. Male 9 – 7 kyu 18. Male 6 – 4 kyu 19. Female 9 – 7 kyu             20. Female 6 – 4 kyu

 

YOUTHS/SENIORS/VETERANS (over 18 years)

  1. Male 9 – 7 kyu 22. Male 6 – 4 kyu 23. Female 9 – 7 kyu             24. Female 6 – 4 kyu

 

Categories for 9th to 7th kyu: Elimination round – Sentei kata: Taikyoku Shodan and Heian Shodan

Final round (top 8 competitors) – Tokui kata:

Choice from Taikyoku Shodan, Heian Shodan, Heian Nidan and Heian Sandan

(In the case of a draw, competitors may perform the same kata).

 

Categories for 6th to 4th kyu: Elimination round – Sentei kata: Heian Shodan, Heian Nidan, Heian Sandan

Final round (top 8 competitors) – Tokui kata: Choice from all Heian kata plus Tekki Shodan.

 

 

 

KATA TEAMS

All rounds by point system (Tensu hoshiki). Elimination round – Tokui kata; Final round (4 teams) – different Tokui kata.

In the case of a draw, they can repeat kata. No limit of participation.

Equivalent kyu grades: The colour of the belt has not been used because of the differences between countries/association. The kyu grade levels are in descending order, i.e. the highest number is the lowest grade. For clarification on kata choice requirements for each kyu grade,

please contact the Chief referee ([email protected])          

 

KATA TEAMS KOHAI CHILDREN (8 – 11 years, this age group can include brown belt grades).

  1. Kata team boys             26. Kata team girls                            27. Kata team mixed

 

KATA TEAMS KOHAI CADETS (12 – 15 years, only 9 – 4 kyu)

  1. Kata team male 29. Kata team female                        30. Kata team mixed

Cadet team Kohai may include one competitor from children category (8-11 years old), but not brown belt.

 

 

Kumite rules: Sanbon (three-step) kumite will be judged by the flag system. Tori attacks jodan oi-zuki + chudan oi-zuki + mae geri, Uke blocks jodan age uke + chudan soto uke + gedan barai. Detailed description and criteria for judgement of Sanbon kumite can be found in SKDUN Rulebook, Addition (2013) page 50. The most up-to-date Rulebook is available here: http://www.skdun.org/competition-rules/rule-book/

 

Jiyu kumite – Ippon Shobu (2 waza-ari or 1 Ippon)

Duration of the match is specified for each age group. No limit of participation. The categories may be further divided in case there is a large number of participants. The new categories would be announced on the day.

 

KUMITE INDIVIDUAL

The categories may be further divided in the case where there is a large number of participants. Example:

31.a – Boys 9 kyu: -35 kg / +35 kg

31.b – Boys 8 kyu: -40 kg / +40 kg

31.c – Boys 7 kyu: open

 

CHILDREN (8 – 9 years) SANBON KUMITE

  1. Boys 9 – 7 kyu 32. Girls 9 – 7 kyu 33. Boys 6 – 4 kyu                 34. Girls 6 – 4 kyu

 

CHILDREN (10 – 11 years) SANBON KUMITE

  1. Boys 9 – 7 kyu 36. Girls 9 – 7 kyu                 37. Boys 6 – 4 kyu                 38. Girls 6 – 4 kyu

 

MINICADETS (12 – 13 years) JIYU KUMITE – 1 minute 30 seconds

  1. Male -40 kg 40. Male -45 kg 41. Male -53 kg                      42. Male 53+ kg
  2. Female -45 kg 44. Female 45+ kg

 

CADETS (14 – 15 years) JIYU KUMITE – 1 minute 30 seconds

  1. Male -60 kg 46. Male 60+ kg 47. Female -50 kg                  48. Female 50+ kg

 

JUNIORS (16 – 17 years) JIYU KUMITE – 2 minutes

  1. Male -65 kg 50. Male 65+ kg 51. Female open

 

SENIORS (over 18 years) JIYU KUMITE – 2 minutes

  1. Male -75 kg 53. Male 75+ kg 54. Female open

 

Registration is now open!

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