ippon

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ippon

(ˈɪpɒn)
n
(Judo & Karate) judo karate a winning point awarded in a sparring competition for a perfectly executed technique
[C20: Japanese, literally: one point]
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The study evidenced that the fight zone with points occurred more waza-ari than ippon. The female kumite practiced 93% of waza-ari (total of 105 waza-aris) and 7% of ippon (total of 8 ippons).
O estudo evidenciou que a zona da luta com pontos ocorreu mais waza-ari do que ippon. O kumite feminino praticou 93% de waza-ari (total de 105 waz-aris) e 7% de ippon (total de 8 ippons).
The literature of the shotokan karate detected that in the fight of competition the points are results of punches and kicks (ippon or waza-ari) (Sertic and collaborators, 2012).
Will Heavens won three from four contests with perfect ippons to win silver in the under-92kgs event.
His wins came via two ippons, the equivalent to a knockout in boxing, and three arm-lock submissions.
SUPER DEBUT: Connor Hughes throws his opponent for an ippon.
Ten year old Tonicha Brown struck gold in the girls under-30kgs category after winning both of her two fights with straight ippons.
Meanwhile, her 15-year-old sister Tasmin also secured a gold in the girls under-70kgs after winning all her three fights with Ippon after good fighting involving Setemi Waza, sacrifice techniques and Ashi Waza.
Thompson fought through the group section with four Ippons (maximum score) before an unfortunate mistake saw him lose in the final stages.
Tonicha narrowly missed out on the gold award, while Tasmin fought through a very competitive group, winning three from four contents with Ippons (10 points) from Osaikomi-waza (groundwork techniques).
Fraser Burns, also from Cramlington, was outstanding in the boys' under-33kgs category, winning all of his contests with perfect Ippons to achieve the gold award.
Teddy Riner a remporte, dimanche dernier a Rouen, son 4e titre de champion de France (+100 kg), mais surtout il s'est impose sur tous ses combats sur ippon, a 9 mois des Jeux olympiques de Rio.