2010 World Karate Championships

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2010 World Karate Championships
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Host city Serbia Belgrade, Serbia
Dates October 27–31
Main venue Kombank Arena
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The 2010 World Karate Championships are the 20th edition of the World Karate Championships, and were held in Belgrade, Serbia from October 27 to October 31, 2010.

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual kata  Antonio Díaz
Venezuela (VEN)
 Luca Valdesi
Italy (ITA)
 Itaru Oki
Japan (JPN)
 Akio Tamashiro
Peru (PER)
Team kata  Italy
Luca Valdesi
Vincenzo Figuccio
Lucio Maurino
 Japan
Itaru Oki
Takumi Hasegawa
Masashi Ogihara
 Peru
Akio Tamashiro
Jimmy Moreno
Hafid Zevallos
 Spain
Fernando San José
Damián Quintero
Francisco Salazar
Kumite −60 kg  Douglas Brose
Brazil (BRA)
 Michele Giuliani
Italy (ITA)
 Matías Gómez
Spain (ESP)
 Kalvis Kalniņš
Latvia (LAT)
Kumite −67 kg  Dimitrios Triantafyllis
Greece (GRE)
 Hamed Ziksari
Iran (IRI)
 Ádám Kovács
Hungary (HUN)
 Shinji Nagaki
Japan (JPN)
Kumite −75 kg  Rafael Aghayev
Azerbaijan (AZE)
 Luigi Busà
Italy (ITA)
 Nermin Potur
Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)
 Miloš Jovanović
Serbia (SRB)
Kumite −84 kg  Slobodan Bitević
Serbia (SRB)
 Yavuz Karamollaoğlu
Turkey (TUR)
 Ludovic Cacheux
France (FRA)
 Islamutdin Eldarushev
Russia (RUS)
Kumite +84 kg  Dejan Umičević
Serbia (SRB)
 Mohanad Magdy
Egypt (EGY)
 Shahin Atamov
Azerbaijan (AZE)
 Žarko Arsovski
Macedonia (MKD)
Team kumite  Serbia
Miloš Jovanović
Miloš Živković
Dejan Umičević
Dimitrije Jerković
Slobodan Bitević
Miloš Vuković
Nikola Jovanović
 Azerbaijan
Rashad Huseynov
Rafael Aghayev
Amal Atayev
Shahin Atamov
Israfil Shirinov
Sanan Aliyev
Niyazi Aliyev
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Admir Zukan
Tarik Lušija
Oliver Mandarić
Alem Kupusović
Mate Odak
Nermin Potur
Adnan Adilović
 Egypt
Mohamed Abdelrahman
Sayed Salem
Mohanad Magdy
Hany Shakr
Ossama Abdelaziz
Tamer Abdelraouf
Mohamed Gamal

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual kata  Yohana Sánchez
Venezuela (VEN)
 Nguyễn Hoàng Ngân
Vietnam (VIE)
 Mirna Šenjug
Croatia (CRO)
 Rika Usami
Japan (JPN)
Team kata  Japan
Kazuyo Inoue
Yoko Kimura
Fumi Sakai
 Vietnam
Nguyễn Hoàng Ngân
Nguyễn Thanh Hằng
Đỗ Thị Thu Hà
 Italy
Sara Battaglia
Viviana Bottaro
Michela Pezzetti
 Spain
Fátima de Acuña
Ruth Jiménez
Yaiza Martín
Kumite −50 kg  Li Hong
China (CHN)
 Betty Aquilina
France (FRA)
 Cheili González
Guatemala (GUA)
 Tyler Wolfe
United States (USA)
Kumite −55 kg  Miki Kobayashi
Japan (JPN)
 Sara Cardin
Italy (ITA)
 Jelena Kovačević
Croatia (CRO)
 Shannon Nishi
United States (USA)
Kumite −61 kg  Kristina Mah
Australia (AUS)
 Lolita Dona
France (FRA)
 Natalie Williams
England (ENG)
 Diana Schwab
Switzerland (SUI)
Kumite −68 kg  Yadira Lira
Mexico (MEX)
 Asumi Ishizuka
Japan (JPN)
 Irene Colomar
Spain (ESP)
 Hafsa Şeyda Burucu
Turkey (TUR)
Kumite +68 kg  Greta Vitelli
Italy (ITA)
 Nadège Aït-Ibrahim
France (FRA)
 Merima Softić
Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)
 Tang Lingling
China (CHN)
Team kumite  France
Tiffany Fanjat
Lolita Dona
Alexandra Recchia
Ruth Soufflet
 Spain
Cristina Feo
Cristina Vizcaíno
Irene Colomar
Carmen Vicente
 Croatia
Maša Martinović
Azra Saleš
Ana-Marija Čelan
Ivona Tubić
 United States
Elisa Au-Fonseca
Shannon Nishi
Ashley Hill
Cheryl Murphy

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Serbia 3 0 1 4
2  Italy 2 4 1 7
3  Japan 2 2 3 7
4  Venezuela 2 0 0 2
5  France 1 3 1 5
6  Azerbaijan 1 1 1 3
7  China 1 0 1 2
8  Australia 1 0 0 1
 Brazil 1 0 0 1
 Greece 1 0 0 1
 Mexico 1 0 0 1
12  Vietnam 0 2 0 2
13  Spain 0 1 4 5
14  Egypt 0 1 1 2
 Turkey 0 1 1 2
16  Iran 0 1 0 1
17  Bosnia and Herzegovina 0 0 3 3
 Croatia 0 0 3 3
 United States 0 0 3 3
20  Peru 0 0 2 2
21  England 0 0 1 1
 Guatemala 0 0 1 1
 Hungary 0 0 1 1
 Latvia 0 0 1 1
 Macedonia 0 0 1 1
 Russia 0 0 1 1
  Switzerland 0 0 1 1
Total 16 16 32 64

Participating nations[edit]

875 athletes from 88 nations competed.[1]

References[edit]

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