11 MEDALS FOR TURKEY IN KARATE TENERIFE 2017
Alpaslan Yamanoglu claims gold, while Fatih Sen, Asena Pekmezoglu and Eray Samdan get bronze in under 21 world tournament
ESAT DELİHASAN IS NEW KFB PRESIDENT
Turkish Karate Federation President Esat Delihasan was assigned to the post of President of Karate Federation of Balkan.
KARATE PROPOSED BY TOKYO 2020
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Organising Committee (TOCOG) has proposed to the IOC Karate as an additional sport for these Olympic Games.
QUALIFICATION FOR BAKU 2015 EUROPEAN GAMES
Karate competition in Baku 2015 European Games will start in two months (13-14 June).
TURKISH WOMEN KARATEKAS WIN GOLD MEDAL
Turkish karatekas achieved great success in the 50th European Senior Karate Championship held in Istanbul on Sunday. The Turkish Women's National team won a gold medal at Sinan Erdem Dome.
TURKEY CAME THIRD IN GENERAL CLASSIFICATION
Turkey won 6 gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze medals in the 42nd EKF Cadet, Junior and U21 Championship, which was held in Zurich on February 6-8. The team came third in the general classification.
EKF VISITED THE SİNAN ERDEM DOME
EKF organization committee examined the Sinan Erdem Dome which will host the 50.European Seniors Karate Championships.
ENES ERKAN TWO-TIMES WORLD CHAMPION
Turkish karateka Enes Erkan won his second world championship title in the men'e kumite +84kg.
OVER 20 COUNTRIES 1ST WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
The first official World Championships for Persons with Disabilities will take place in Bremen, Germany, from 5th to 9th November 2014.
GREAT PARTICIPATION EXPECTED FOR BREMEN 2014
The online registration of athletes for the 22nd World Senior Championships in Bremen has now closed and the names of the participants are disclosed.
KARATE1 PREMIER LEAGUE & ISTANBUL OPEN 2014
Working as one of the most important rehearsals of World Karate Championship to be held in Germany in november, Karate 1 Premier League's Istanbul leg will host Karetekas from 57 countries.
'TURKISH STARS' SHINE IN THE BALKAN
Turkish Karatekas marked the 19th Balkan Children Championships in Istanbul; were at the top thanks to their 25 gold, 15 silver and 33 bronze medals.