kumite


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kumite

(ˈkuːmɪˌteɪ)
n
1. (Judo & Karate) martial arts freestyle sparring or fighting
2. (Martial Arts (other than Judo & Karate) & Combat Sports) martial arts freestyle sparring or fighting
[C20: Japanese, literally: sparring]
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The camp also involved Alexandra Recchia from France who is two times World Karate Champion (kumite).
The men's competitions will be contested in below 50kgs, below 55kgs, below 60kgs, below 67kgs, below 75kgs, below 84kgs, above 84kgs, team kumite, individual kata and team kata categories.
However, all performed well and came home with a number of medals in kata (set forms) and kumite (sparring).
Logan Turney, 14-15 Male Elite Kumite -52 kg, 1st place
In the elite male kumite, interesting youngsters Lemogang Koolopile and Batlareng Shabane went home with two bronze medals while 19-year-old female karatekas Lethabo Sekano and Centy Kgosikoma were also rewarded with bronze for their efforts.
Toyam Industries Limited is one of India's biggest Sports Management and Marketing brand promoting combat sports through Kumite 1 League, an Indian Mixed Martial Arts promotion.
Top of the class was 13-year-old Jasmine Reynolds, who claimed gold in both the individual kata and kumite and silver in the team kumite.
Trifi, who represents Lattakia's Al Omal Club, won the gold medal of the Children Kumite Female 12-13 Yrs Below 47kg event after defeating a Malaysian karateka on Saturday.
Day two saw Alden Solon winning a gold medal in the boys 12 to 13 years-old boys kumite followed Ian Carlos Pascual's double bronze finish in the juniors kata and boys-61kgs kumite.
Events of the championship are: a)Individual Kata b)Team Kata c) Individual Kumite below 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 67, 75 and above 75 kg.
At the NCCC Mall, Surigao City bagged four gold medals in karatedo courtesy of Faith Rebuta (14-15 girls +54kg kumite), Zach Jairo Bacalanos (10-11boys advance kata), Jhanina Rayas (8-9 girls -130cm kumite) and Denise Ann Comon (10-11 girls +140cm kumite).
For the first time there were disability categories and kata (patterns or form), pairs kata, team kata, kick-post kumite (sparring against a freestanding kick pad), individual kumite (sparring), pairs kumite and team kumite were on offer to competitors to give them the biggest possible experience of competitive karate.