1985 European Karate Championships

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1985 European Karate Championships
Host cityNorway Oslo, Norway
DatesMay 5–7, 1985.
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The 1985 European Karate Championships, the 20th edition, was held in Oslo, Norway from May 5 to 7, 1985.[1]

Competition[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata Germany Efthimios Karamitsos Spain Escolastica Italy Dario Marchini
Kumite -60 kg Norway Stein Rønning[2] Germany Dirk Betzien Germany Andre Lassen
France Rudolphe Vallée
Kumite -65 kg Spain Ricardo Abad Cebolla Spain Royo Germany Stefan Heinrich
Sweden Ramon Malawe
Kumite -70 kg Netherlands Wim Mossel Switzerland Maurice Negro[3] United Kingdom Greg Francis
Spain Gonzalo Rodríguez
Kumite -75 kg Spain Antonio Martínez Amillo Germany Toni Dietl Netherlands Kenneth Leeuwin
Italy Serge Serfati
Kumite -80 kg Spain José Manuel Egea United Kingdom Cornwall United Kingdom Mervyn Etienne
Netherlands Mossel
Kumite + 80 kg Spain Oscar Zazo Sweden Karl Daggfeldt Italy Claudio Guazzaroni
France Marc Pyrée
Open Kumite France Emmanuel Pinda United Kingdom Mike Sailsman Sweden Karl Daggfeldt
Netherlands Dudley Josepa

Team[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata  Italy  Spain  Germany
Kumite  United Kingdom  Netherlands  France
 Spain

Women's competition[edit]

Individual[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata Germany Gertrud Hackner United Kingdom Helen Raye Germany Forster
Spain María Moreno
Kumite -53 kg France Cathérine Girardet Scotland Turkey
Turkey
Kumite -60 kg United Kingdom Molly Samuel Scotland North Macedonia
Czech Republic
Kumite +60 kg Netherlands Guus van Mourik Bosnia and Herzegovina Norway Kari Lunde
Austria

Team[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata  Spain  Italy  Germany
Kumite  Italy

References[edit]

  1. ^ "DJB-Magazin 7/1973" (PDF) (in German). DJB Magazin. Retrieved 9 December 2014.
  2. ^ "Oversikt over medaljer fra offisielle EM og VM for seniorer pr.17.10.2011" (PDF) (in Norwegian). Kampsport. Retrieved 4 December 2014.
  3. ^ "EM/Europacup" (in German). Swiss Karate Federation. Retrieved 4 December 2014.

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