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As you will surely know, the JKF  is developing an intense campaign of support for the inclusion of Karate in the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, in coordination with the WKF. This campaign counts on the support of key members of the Japanese Parliament and the Nippon Budo-kan, Japan Budo Association, a renowned  prestigious organisation within the country.

 

From the WKF we will spread this campaign as far as possible, asking for the active participation of your Federation in order to achieve our goal. Please find attached the official communication, as well as the links for the online signature in support of the campaign.

 

Thanking you in advance for your cooperation in this ambitious and common objective.

 

With best regards,

 

Antonio Espinós,

WKF President.

 

 

Cher Président,

 

Comme vous savez déjà, la JKF est en train de développer une intense campagne pour l’inclusion du Karaté aux Jeux Olympiques de Tokyo 2020. La campagne a le soutien de membres remarquables du Parlement Japonais et du Nippon Budo-kan, Japan Budo Association, une organisation très prestigieuse dans le pays.

 

La WKF va divulguer le plus amplement possible cette campagne, en demandant le soutien active de votre Fédération pour l’achever. Je vous envoie ci-joint le communiqué officiel et les liens pour l’obtention des signatures de soutien pour leur publication en ligne.

 

En vous remerciant beaucoup pour la coopération dans cet objectif ambitieux et commun, mes meilleures salutations,

 

Antonio Espinós

Président de la WKF

 

 

Estimado Presidente,

 

Como ya conocerás la JKF está desarrollando una intensa campaña de apoyo, en coordinación con la WKF, para la inclusión del karate en los JJOO de Tokio 2020. La campaña cuenta el apoyo de destacados miembros del Parlamento japonés y la Nippon Budo-kan, Japan Budo Association, organización que goza de gran prestigio en ese País.

 

Desde la WKF  vamos a realizar la mayor difusión posible de dicha campaña, solicitando la participación activa de tu Federación para conseguirlo. Te adjunto el comunicado oficial y los enlaces para la recogida de firmas de apoyo para su publicación a través de medios on line.

 

Agradeciendo tu colaboración en este ambicioso y común objetivo, recibe un saludo

 

Antonio Espinós

Presidente de la WKF

 

 

Antonio Espinós

WKF President

C/ Boix y Morer, 15, Bº B

28003 Madrid, Spain

Tel:  (+34) 91 535-9632

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Online Signature-collecting Campaign for

Karate into the Olympics 2020

Looking forward to the Tokyo Olympics 2020, Japan Karatedo Federation, in coordination with the WKF,  has been making every effort for the inclusion of Karate into the Olympics with the support of Nippon Budo-kan, Japan Budo Association, and the All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Promotion of the Tokyo Olympics 2020, which has been set up with more than 110 members from both Houses of Parliament.

Now we are in the middle of our signature-collecting campaign together with JKF & WKF members and all karate fans.

The inclusion of Karate to the Olympics gives hopes and dreams to everybody in the karate world and also to the next generation.

In order to publicise the overwhelming wave of passionate vocal support for Karate to the Olympics to the world, as well as in Japan, we would like to ask your full support for and cooperation with this online signature-collecting campaign.

 

Antonio Espinós

WKF President

 

Takashi Sasagawa

JKF President

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Felicitaciones al Ing Antonio Espino Presidente de la Wkf y Al Dr José García Mañon Presidente de la PKF por ese logro tan importante de la participación del Karate  en Juegos Olímpicos de la Juventud
 
Arturo Castillo 
Presidente de la CCCK
 
 
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Buenos Aires,December 08  th, 2016

 

 

PKF National Federations,
 
Dear Friends,

 

Another important achievement for Karate.
 
 As you know last December 6 the IOC has accepted our proposal to include Karate in the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games.
 
We have worked closely with the President of the WKF, Mr. Antonio Espinós, very actively to achieve this goal. For this reason we are very happy to be able to officially announce to all of you this new achievement.
 
Now is the time to also think about the qualifying system for these Games as well as to finish defining the qualifying system for Tokyo 2020.
 
Regards,

 

 José García Maañón

PKF President

 

 

Federaciones Nacionales PKF,

 Queridos Amigos,

 Otro logro importante para el Karate.

 Como Uds., saben el pasado dia 06 de diciembre el COI ha aceptado nuestra propuesta de incluir al Karate en los Juegos Olímpicos de la Juventud Buenos Aires 2018.

 Hemos trabajado junto al Presidente de la WKF Dn Antonio Espinós muy activamente para lograr este objetivo, por eso estamos muy contentos de poderles anunciar oficialmente compartiendo con todos Uds , este nuevo logro.

 Ahora vendrá el momento de pensar también en el Sistema de clasificación para estos Juegos así como terminar de definir el Sistema para Tokyo 2020.

 Saludos,

 

José García Maañón

PKF President

 

 

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AYM Sports, Juegos Olímpicos, Buenos Aires, COI, Karate . – El karate do también fue incluido en el programa de los Juegos Olímpicos de la Juventud Buenos Aires 2018, El Buró Ejecutivo del Comité Olímpico Internacional (COI) anunció que si el karate fue incluido como deporte para Tokio 2020, también debía ser considerado para Buenos Aires 2018 con el objetivo de dar oportunidad a los jóvenes a adentrarse al Movimiento Olímpico.

 

Para Buenos Aires 2018, serán 28 los deportes programados, luego de la inclusión de la danza deportiva, la escalada y karate.

 
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Five sports recommended for Tokyo 2020 Olympic inclusion all approved by IOC Executive Board
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Five sports were proposed by the IOC Executive Board ©ITG

Baseball and softball, karate, sport climbing, skateboarding and surfing have all been recommended for inclusion at Tokyo 2020 by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board here today.

All five were approved in exactly the same form as they were first proposed by Japanese organisers last year.

It means 18 new events and 474 new athletes will appear on the Olympic programme. 

A final decision is due to be made by the IOC membership during the Session in Rio de Janeiro in August.

This is expected to be a formality, however, with the vote due to be a simple approval or disapproval of the whole package.

The five sports will receive no share of the revenue from Tokyo 2020, the IOC have confirmed, with this to be distributed between only the 28 programmes due to appear on the programme at Rio 2016.

Six-team tournaments have been proposed in men's baseball and women's softball, which were both axed after Beijing 2008, with baseball squads set to number 24 and softball 15.

A total of 60 karatekas are set compete in six kumite sparring and two kata demonstration categories and 40 athletes are scheduled to take part in bouldering and lead and speed combined climbing.

Another 40 athletes will participate in men's and women's shortboard surfing.

Forty will also take part in men and women's street and park skateboarding events.

Five new sports have been proposed for the Olympic programme at Tokyo 2020 by the IOC Executive Board, including baseball, dropped following Beijing 2008, where South Kora won the gold medal ©Getty Images
Five new sports have been proposed for the Olympic programme at Tokyo 2020 by the IOC Executive Board, including baseball, dropped following Beijing 2008, where South Kora won the gold medal ©Getty Images

The package "promotes gender equality", claimed the IOC, with "each of the five sports having equal numbers of teams for men and women, while also focusing on innovative and exciting sports for Japan and the wider international community."

IOC sports director Kit McConnell described the decision as "historic" and claimed that the "unanimous support from the Executive Board underlines excitement all-around this project".

Skateboarding has proved the most controversial of the five proposed by Tokyo 2020 last September, particularly as events were submitted as part of the International Roller Sports Federation's (FIRS) application.

Two other bodies - the International Skateboarding Federation (ISF) and the World Skateboarding Federation (WSF) - have also vied for involvement.

All three are currently represented on a special FIRS Commission chaired by ISF President Gary Ream.

Tensions have continued since this Commission was convened in April, with a crisis meeting having taken place here on Monday (May 30) in a late attempt to ensure harmony.

After a consensus was reached, the Executive Board were told today that governance issues have been resolved.

McConnell claimed there have been "lots of discussion to engage with the wider skateboarding community" and that they have "reached a model which they plan to "communicate about in the next month".

He refused to provide any more details, adding only that he is "very confident the model we have discussed will work".

It is unclear which governing body will be in charge of skateboarding at Tokyo 2020 ©Getty Images
It is unclear which governing body will be in charge of skateboarding at Tokyo 2020 ©Getty Images

Baseball's inclusion as proposed by Tokyo 2020 will be a bittersweet moment for the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC), who had hoped to have the number of teams increased from six to eight. 

They will also likely be upset about the decision to give no sports no revenue share.

Baseball is likely to be among the most profitable sports at Tokyo 2020 due to its huge popularity in Japan.

For now, though, they are refusing to be critical of the decision. 

“It is an honour for our global sport and a great day for our millions of male and female athletes, and fans around the world to be represented within this new and innovative youth-focused Olympic sports package," WBSC President Riccardo Fraccari told insidethegames.

“Olympic baseball and softball in Japan would be the biggest and most exciting international competition in the history of our sport, and would help the Olympic Games touch the entire host nation and worldwide community.”

Discussions are still continuing with Major League Baseball about whether they will release their players for the tournament. 

McConnell is optimistic that the surfing competition will be held on natural waves in Japan, which is their current plan.

He also expressed confidence about anti-doping procedures set up in all the sports following the raising of concerns about a lack of testing at many skateboarding events.

Surfing is among the five new sports successfully proposed by the IOC Executive Board here today ©Getty Images
Surfing is among the five new sports successfully proposed by the IOC Executive Board here today ©Getty Images

"This is a wonderful moment for our sport and for the global surfing family," said International Surfing Association (ISA) President Fernando Aguerre.

"Our relationship with the IOC and inclusion in the Olympic Games has been a strategic priority for the ISA for many years and we are thrilled that we are now once step closer to realising our Olympic dream.

 

“We are immensely proud of our achievements and the core values that our sport represents.

"Surfing has incredible youth appeal and a unique culture that would offer huge value to the Olympic Movement."

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Jueces con licencia
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Puebla, México. Abril 17 de 2016.

Licenciado:
ARTURO CASTILLO
Presidente CCCK
Caracas. Venezuela.

Respetado Señor Presidente:
Comedidamente remito a Usted, el listado de jueces que participaron en el Curso de Arbitraje realizado por el Consejo Arbitral, dentro el marco del Campeonato de la CCCK y que obtuvieron licencia.

             NOMBRE.                                          PAÍS.                  KUMITE.           KATA.

María Maricela Zapata Suárez.                              México.                R.A                     J.A
Attila Pivarcsik.                                                 México.                R.A.                    J.A
Felipe Padilla de Santiago.                                  México.                R.A.                    J.B
Linda Lojero Mondragón                                    México.                 R.A.                    J.B
Guillermina Rodríguez Reyes.                              México.                R.A.                    J.B
Gabriela de la C. Briceño Góngora.                      México.                 R.A.  (R).            J.A
Pedro Vera Franco.                                           México.                 R.A.  (R).            J.A
Mónica Huerta Ricardo.                                     México.                 R.A.  (R).            J.B
José Alejandro Silva Mora.                                  México                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         R.A.  (R).         J.B
Melvin Navarrete  Campos.                                Nicaragua.            R.A.  (R).         JC-PKF
Mancy E. Ontiveros Pérez.                                 México.                R.A.
Ersin Simsek.                                                  México.                R.A
Mauro González Márquez.                                    México.              R.A
Guillermo Acosta.                                         México.                    R.A
Johnny Manrique.                                       El Salvador.                                          J.A
Irma Burgos Solórzano.                              México.                                                 J.A
Ángel  Cancel Arroyo.                                 P. Rico.                                                 J.B

Nota 1: La convención (R) significa que el juez obtuvo en el pasado con la CCCK la licencia de Referre “A” y que en Puebla, México refrenda su licencia. Equivale a la primera licencia de Kumite para la PKF.
Nota 2: La licencia Juez “A” es válida para la CCCK y tiene validez como la primera licencia de Kata para la PKF.
Nota 3: La licencia Juez “B” es sólo válida para la CCCK, no tiene validez para la PKF.

Atentamente:

GUSTAVO ADOLFO LOZANO MORENO
Secretario Consejo Arbitral CCCK

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