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Date

2018.04.08

Entry deadline:

2018.03.12 - 2018.04.03
Registration expired

Registration mode

Exact day (2018.04.03)

Time Zone

Pacific/Auckland (2020-08-05 02:18)

Country

 NEW ZEALAND

Location

ASB Centre, 97 Western Hills Drive, Whangarei.

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Type

Tournament

Contact:

jason@jyoshinmon.org.nz

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Entries: For this event no entry permission is required.

All new entries on waiting list
All entries will be first on a waiting list and have to be attended by the event manager. The event manager manually moves these entries to the list of official entries after they are approved and / or after paying the entry fee. If you have any questions please contact the event manager.

Only this countries are allowed to register competitors: NEW ZEALAND

 

We have the honour of inviting you to Karate Auckland’s 2018 Northland Open tournament . This tournament includes Development, Intermediate and Premier Divisions. Development and Intermediate divisions are designed to give new and less experienced competitors the opportunity to try a karate tournament as well as a chance to learn from watching our more experienced competitors. Our hope is for all participants to have an enjoyable time and to be successful in this tournament whether it is because of great results or good improvement.

Karate Auckland Inc

Please see downloads section for more tournament information 

For payments please use Internet Banking and provide your name for reference:

Karate Auckland

Westpac 03 - 0123 - 0328727 - 000 

 

SUNDAY 8 April, 2018

TOURNAMENT PROGRAMME (Provisional)

9.00 am Welcome

9.30 am 14 Years Plus

       Kata Events

      Kumite Events

12.00 pm Under 14 Years

     Kata Events

     Kumite Events

4.00 pm Estimated Finish Time

NOTE: It is the player’s responsibility to listen for events being called and to report to the Marshall on time. Failure to do so will result in disqualification.

ASB Stadium Western Hills Drive,

Whangarei

TOURNAMENT FEES

Under 14 Years $ 50.00

14 Yrs and over $ 55.00

KNZ Registered Player discount ($10.00)

NO Entries will be accepted after 03-04-2018

Internet Banking 03 0123 0328727 000

Please use competitors name as reference.

KNZ Registered Player – is different to any club registration you have paid. If you are not sure what this is you are probably not KNZ Registered. Registration forms are available

http://www.karatenz.co.nz/Learn-Karate/Competition/Player-Registration/

REFUND POLICY

Full refund of Entry Fee paid can only be given if a competitor withdraws by 03-04-2018 as the draw will be prepared that

evening. Refunds after this date will only be provided if a Medical Certificate is forwarded to the Tournament Organiser.

If your event has been cancelled due to lack of numbers and you have not been reallocated to another event then you will

be entitled to a refund for that portion of your entry fee.

PLEASE ENTER ONLINE

You should enter online via your Instructor.

www.sportdata.org/karate/set-online

THERE WILL BE NO PAPER ENTRIES ACCEPTED.

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

All entries must be completed online and the

Entry Fee paid either online by PayPal or by

internet banking no later than Sunday 8 April 2018

 

NO LATE ENTRIES OR CHANGES TO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER Tuesday 3rd April, 2018

If there are insufficient entries in a particular division then divisions may be combined or may not be held

 

COMPETITION RULES 
THESE RULES CAN BE FOUND AT THIS LINK:
http://karatenz.co.nz/Learn-Karate/Competition/Info/

Downloads:
WKF Competition Rules - English

http://karatenz.co.nz/Global/Learn/Competition/Rules/WKFCompetitionRules2017.pdf

Competition Karate within New Zealand is run under the World Karate Federation (WKF) rules. We are currently running under the 2017 version of the WKF rules with modifications specific to Karate New Zealand.

Karate NZ Specific Rules
The following modifications are in operation at Karate NZ events. This includes National and Regional competitions.

General Rules
    •    Divisions are split into 3 levels. Development, Intermediate and Premier
    ◦Development - Less than 5 Karate NZ tournaments AND less than 60% of the way to black belt. Eg. In a 10 Kyu system, less than 4th Kyu
    ◦Intermediate - Less than 10 Karate NZ tournaments
    ◦Premier - Open to all players
    •    Players can enter only one level (development/intermediate/premier) for kumite but may enter a different level for kata
    •    Non premier events will not be considered by Selectors regarding National Team and Squad selection
    •    Article 2 of the WKF rules stipulates that "Contestants must wear a white karate gi without stripes, piping or personal embroidery". Players in Development or Intermediate level competition may have personal embroidery on their Gi's, and their Belts. Players in premier divisions must follow the WKF rules.
    •    During the bow in at the beginning of tournament all players must be in Gi or Tracksuit and must present themselves correctly

Kata Rules
    •    Development Kata Events are limited to Kihon Kata and Competitors can repeat each round.
    ◦    Heian 1-5
    ◦    Pinan 1-5
    ◦    Gekisai 1-2
    ◦    Saifa.  
    •    Intermediate Kata Events may use any kata from the official WKF list. (This list includes the above Development Kata).  Competitors may repeat kata in an “A,B,C,A,B,C” fashion. Ie. Competitors must know at least 3 different Kata to enter Intermediate level Kata competition.
    •    Premier Kata Events may use any kata from the official WKF list. (This list includes the above Development Kata).  Repeats are not allowed.
    •    For Under 10 years there may not be premier divisions, in which case experienced athletes can enter Intermediate if available, or Development if not.


Kumite Rules
    •    Article 2 of the WKF rules stipulates that "All protective equipment must be WKF homologated". For Karate NZ competition, it is sufficient for the protective equipment to be of a WKF style.
    •    Appendix 10 of the WKF rules stipulates specific rules for childrens competition aged 10 to 13. For Karate NZ competition, the following rules will be used for all children aged 13 and below:
    ◦    For techniques to the head and neck (Jodan area) no contact is allowed. 
    ◦    Any contact to the jodan area , however slight, in principle will be penalised. 
    ◦    A correctly performed technique to the head or neck in principle will be considered a score at a distance up to 10 cm. 
    ◦    The bout duration is one and a half minutes. 

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