1995 European Karate Championships

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1995 European Karate Championships
Host cityFinland Helsinki, Finland
DatesMay 2 - 4, 1995.
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The 1995 European Karate Championships, the 30th edition, was held in Helsinki, Finland from May 21 to 23, 1995.[1][2]

Competition[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata France Michaël Milon Spain Luis-María Sanz Italy Pasquale Acri
Kumite -60 kg France Damien Dovy Turkey Hakan Yagli Sweden Patrik Eriksson
Spain David Luque Camacho
Kumite -65 kg France Alexandre Biamonti Austria Dragan Leiler Turkey Bahattin Kandaz
Italy Daniele Simmi
Kumite -70 kg Italy Massimiliano Oggianu Sweden Reza Mohseni France Michael Braun
Finland Harri Pakarinen
Kumite -75 kg England Wayne Otto Italy Gennaro Talarico Spain Ricardo Cedillo
Estonia Aleksandr Zokov
Kumite -80 kg Italy David Benetello Belgium Pascal Peeters Finland Kim Waenerberg
Austria George Petermann
Kumite + 80 kg Croatia Enver Idrizi Spain Oscar Olivares Switzerland Reto Kern[3]
Netherlands Hans Roovers
Open Kumite France Christophe Pinna Italy David Lanna Russia Andrey Anikin
Hungary Balázs Hecker

Team[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata  France  Spain  Italy
Kumite  France  England  Finland
 Spain

Women's competition[edit]

Individual[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata Slovakia Marcela Remiášová Germany Schahrzad Mansouri Italy Cinzia Colaiacomo
Kumite -53 kg Italy Michela Nanni England Jillian Toney Croatia Milica Aljinović
Finland Sari Laine
Kumite -60 kg France Sonia Pallin England Julliet Toney Spain Carmen Garcia
Turkey Leya Gedik
Kumite +60 kg Finland Taru Tuulijärvi Spain Rosa Ortega Turkey Nurhan Firat
France Sophie Jean-Pierre
Kumite Open kg Finland Sari Laine Spain Rosa Ortega England Patricia Duggin
Turkey Nurhan Firat

Team[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata  Spain  France  Italy
Kumite  Finland  France  Italy
 Spain

References[edit]

  1. ^ "11 medallas de kárate para España" (in Spanish). El Pais. Retrieved 5 December 2014.
  2. ^ "DJB-Magazin" (PDF). Chronik-karat.de (in German). Archived from the original (PDF) on 13 December 2014. Retrieved 9 December 2014.
  3. ^ "Historik SKF 1971-1999" (PDF). Karate.ch. Retrieved 10 September 2017.

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