2012 World Karate Championships

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2012 World Karate Championships
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Host city France Paris, France
Dates November 21–25
Main venue Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
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The 2012 World Karate Championships are the 21st edition of the World Karate Championships, and were held in Paris, France from November 21 to November 25, 2012.

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual kata  Antonio Díaz
Venezuela (VEN)
 Vu Duc Minh Dack
France (FRA)
 Luca Valdesi
Italy (ITA)
 Ryo Kiyuna
Japan (JPN)
Team kata  Japan
Koji Arimoto
Takato Soma
Takumi Sugino
 Italy
Luca Valdesi
Vincenzo Figuccio
Lucio Maurino
 France
Jonathan Plagnol
Romain Lacoste
Jonathan Maruani
 Egypt
Ibrahim Magdy
Mustafa Ibrahim
Ahmed Ashraf
Kumite −60 kg  Amir Mehdizadeh
Iran (IRI)
 Douglas Brose
Brazil (BRA)
 Mohamed Gamal
Egypt (EGY)
 Marko Antić
Serbia (SRB)
Kumite −67 kg  Magdy Mamdouh
Egypt (EGY)
 Saeid Ahmadi
Iran (IRI)
 Brian Ramrup
United States (USA)
 William Rolle
France (FRA)
Kumite −75 kg  Luigi Busà
Italy (ITA)
 Rafael Aghayev
Azerbaijan (AZE)
 Oualid Bouabaoub
Algeria (ALG)
 Ko Matsuhisa
Japan (JPN)
Kumite −84 kg  Kenji Grillon
France (FRA)
 Ryutaro Araga
Japan (JPN)
 Yavuz Karamollaoğlu
Turkey (TUR)
 Aykhan Mamayev
Azerbaijan (AZE)
Kumite +84 kg  Enes Erkan
Turkey (TUR)
 Shahin Atamov
Azerbaijan (AZE)
 Khalid Khalidov
Kazakhstan (KAZ)
 Stefano Maniscalco
Italy (ITA)
Team kumite  France
Mathieu Cossou
Nadir Benaissa
Kenji Grillon
Ibrahim Gary
Azdin Rghioui
Salim Bendiab
Logan Da Costa
 Turkey
Enes Erkan
Yücel Gündoğdu
Murat Salih Kurnaz
Yaser Şahintekin
Gökhan Gündüz
Mustafa Utku Şahin
Aykut Usda
 Iran
Maziar Elhami
Saeid Farrokhi
Zabihollah Poursheib
Ebrahim Hassanbeigi
Saman Heidari
Ali Fadakar
Sajjad Ganjzadeh
 Egypt
Hany Shakr
Ahmed Sayed
Ossama Abdelaziz
Sayed Salem
Mohamed Gamal
Magdy Mamdouh
Omar Ahmed

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual kata  Rika Usami
Japan (JPN)
 Sandy Scordo
France (FRA)
 Sakura Kokumai
United States (USA)
 Yaiza Martín
Spain (ESP)
Team kata  Japan
Koji Arimoto
Takato Soma
Takumi Sugino
 Italy
Sara Battaglia
Viviana Bottaro
Michela Pezzetti
 Spain
Yaiza Martín
Margarita Morata
Sonia García
 France
Sonia Fiuza
Clothilde Boulanger
Jessica Hugues
Kumite −50 kg  Alexandra Recchia
France (FRA)
 Li Hong
China (CHN)
 Serap Özçelik
Turkey (TUR)
 Ana Villanueva
Dominican Republic (DOM)
Kumite −55 kg  Lucie Ignace
France (FRA)
 Jelena Kovačević
Croatia (CRO)
 Yassmin Hamdy
Egypt (EGY)
 Miki Kobayashi
Japan (JPN)
Kumite −61 kg  Lolita Dona
France (FRA)
 Boutheina Hasnaoui
Tunisia (TUN)
 Elena Quirici
Switzerland (SUI)
 Yu Miyamoto
Japan (JPN)
Kumite −68 kg  Kayo Someya
Japan (JPN)
 Hafsa Şeyda Burucu
Turkey (TUR)
 Heba Abdelrahman
Egypt (EGY)
 Tiffany Fanjat
France (FRA)
Kumite +68 kg  Nadège Aït-Ibrahim
France (FRA)
 Greta Vitelli
Italy (ITA)
 Ayumi Uekusa
Japan (JPN)
 Eleni Chatziliadou
Greece (GRE)
Team kumite  France
Tiffany Fanjat
Lolita Dona
Alexandra Recchia
Emilie Thouy
 Croatia
Maša Martinović
Azra Saleš
Ana-Marija Čelan
Ivona Tubić
 Turkey
Serap Özçelik
Tuba Yenen
Meltem Hocaoğlu
Hafsa Şeyda Burucu
 Japan
Miki Kobayashi
Yu Miyamoto
Kayo Someya
Ayumi Uekusa

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France 7 2 4 13
2  Japan 4 1 6 11
3  Italy 1 3 2 6
4  Turkey 1 2 3 6
5  Iran 1 1 1 3
6  Egypt 1 0 5 6
7  Venezuela 1 0 0 1
8  Azerbaijan 0 2 1 3
9  Croatia 0 2 0 2
10  Brazil 0 1 0 1
 China 0 1 0 1
 Tunisia 0 1 0 1
13  Spain 0 0 2 2
 United States 0 0 2 2
15  Algeria 0 0 1 1
 Dominican Republic 0 0 1 1
 Greece 0 0 1 1
 Kazakhstan 0 0 1 1
 Serbia 0 0 1 1
  Switzerland 0 0 1 1
Total 16 16 32 64

Participating nations[edit]

990 athletes from 116 nations competed.[1]

References[edit]

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