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Toronto Open 2019
Ontario Karate Federation proudly announce you that the Toronto Open 2019 will be held on June 01 & 02 2019 at Brampton soccer Center, Brampton Ontario
It has included Recreational, Elite and Weapon divisions.
1. WKF Rules will be applied for Elite and Recreational divisions, all divisions are single Elimination.
2. Registration ends on Saturday, May 25 2019.
There will be NO ONSITE REGISTRATION.
3. All registration will be done online through Sportdata. Please visit: https://www.sportdata.org/karate/set-online/veranstaltung_info_main.php?active_menu=calendar&vernr=4336#a_eventhead
4. Registration Fees for Elite and Recreational:
1 division= $60, Additional divisions (after 1 division)= $20
5. Venue Spectator Entrance fees: Kids’ $5/person, Adults $10/person
6. The tournament starts at 7:55 am
Recreational on Saturday Elite on Sunday
Brampton Soccer Centre, 1495 Sandalwood Pky E, Brampton ON L6R 0K2
8. Officials must register in the Sportdata via a Club. No official will be paid if not registered with Sport data.
9. The dojo heads shall register all athletes for their club under one account. Please ensure that all registered Ontario athletes are in good standing with Ontario Karate Federation.
10. Coaches / Dojo Chief Instructors or Owners must have a coach’s pass to sit on the chair and be on the tournament floor.
11. Elite Athletes are not allow to compete in Recreational Divisions (Kata or Kumite), same as Recreational Athletes are not allow to compete in Elite divisions.
12. All Officials must be at tournament location before 7:30 AM for official briefing. Please make sure you are arriving before this time.
13. Age Eligibility: The Club Instructor/ Coach are responsible for registering their athletes in the appropriate age category.
Katas cannot be repeated during the first 5 matches for juniors and the first 7 matches for seniors.
Kata will be conducted in new WKF point system.
"The use of WKF Facemask/Headgear and Chest Protectors is highly recommended for athletes in the following age categories: 10‐11yrs & 12‐13yrs. Parents and Coaches will take full responsibility for athletes who choose not to wear this protective equipment. The OKF will not be held responsible for any cause or injuries."
The bout duration is 1.5 minutes stop time (10-11yrs & 12-13yrs)
All Cadet and Junior Kumite Divisions (14-15, 16-17) Bouts duration will be 2 minutes (stop time).
All Men and Women Kumite Divisions (U21 & Senior) Bout duration will be 3 minutes (stop time).
Compulsory protective WKF equipment:
Mitts, one contestant wearing red and the other wearing blue. Gum shield. Body protection for all athletes plus chest protector for female athletes. Shin pads, one contestant wearing red and the other wearing blue. Foot protection, one Red and the other wearing blue. Groin guards.
Gum sheilds must fit properly. Glasses are forbidden. Soft contact lenses can be worn at the contestant’s own risk. The wearing of unauthorised apparel, clothing or equipmenet is forbidden.
The use of bandages, padding, or supports because of injury must be approved by the referee on the advise of the tournomenet doctor.
Coaches shall all time during the tournomenet, wear the official tracksuite and display their official identification.
All the same rules for Elite competitions will apply for Recreational competitions except as per follow.
Tentative Schedule – Sunday – Elite Divisions
Saturday – Recreational Divisions
Final Tournament Schedule will be posted at Sportdata on May 26 2019
Expected time to finish is 4 hours from start time.
Be present at least 20 minutes before your event begins.
*Note this is a guideline. Please Check at Sportdata for accurate schedule.
"Who wish to participate in this Event you must have your own insurance".
Ontario Karate Federation