2013 European Karate Championships

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2013 European Karate Championships
VenueIce Palace Budapest
LocationHungary Budapest, Hungary
Dates9–12 May
Competitors497 from 45 nations
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The 2013 European Karate Championships, the 48th edition, were held in Budapest, Hungary from 9 to 12 May 2013. A total of 497 competitors from 45 countries participated at the event.[1][2]

Participating countries[edit]

Medalists[edit]

Men's competition[edit]

Individual[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata Spain Damián Quintero France Vu Duc Minh Dack Italy Luca Valdesi
Turkey Mehmet Yakan
Kumite –60 kg Turkey Aykut Kaya Germany Alexander Heimann Greece Georgios Kostouros
Latvia Kalvis Kalniņš
Kumite –67 kg France William Rolle Turkey Ömer Kemaloğlu Hungary Ádám Kovács
Switzerland Kujtim Bajrami
Kumite –75 kg Azerbaijan Rafael Aghayev Netherlands René Smaal Italy Luigi Busà
Turkey Serkan Yağcı
Kumite –84 kg France Kenji Grillon Greece Georgios Tzanos North Macedonia Berat Jakupi
Georgia (country) Gogito Arkania
Kumite +84 kg Turkey Enes Erkan Italy Stefano Maniscalco Germany Jonathan Horne
Portugal Nuno Manuel Dias

Team[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata  Spain
José Carbonell
Damián Quintero
Francisco Salazar
 Germany
Florian Genau
Philip Jüttner
Jan Urke
 Russia
Maksim Ksenofontov
Aleksander Rusanov
Emil Skovorodnikov
 Turkey
Arslan Çalışkan
Orçun Duman
Metin Sofuoğlu
Kumite  France
Nadir Benaïssa
Salim Bendiab
Mathieu Cossou
Logan Da Costa
Ibrahim Gary
Kenji Grillon
Azdin Rghioui
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Oliver Mandarić
Meris Muhović
Edin Muslić
Haris Skrijelj
Haris Sujković
Suad Tabaković
Damir Zadro
 Germany
Andreas Bachmann
Noah Bitsch
Mehmet Bolat
Oliver Henning
Jonathan Horne
Heinrich Leistenschneider
Nikoloz Tsurtsumia
 Slovenia
Sebastjan Budihna
Rem Marič
Juš Markač
Matija Matijević
Mladen Railić
Danijel Rihtarič
Filip Španbauer

Women's competition[edit]

Individual[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata Spain Yaiza Martín Italy Viviana Bottaro France Sandy Scordo
Serbia Marija Madžarević
Kumite –50 kg France Alexandra Recchia Turkey Serap Özçelik Greece Evdoxia Kosmidou
Italy Selene Guglielmi
Kumite –55 kg Turkey Tuba Yenen Italy Sara Cardin Hungary Beatrix Tóth
Slovakia Jana Vojtikevičová
Kumite –61 kg Ukraine Anita Serogina Serbia Sanja Cvrkota England Natalie Williams
Turkey Bahar Erşeker
Kumite –68 kg Turkey Hafsa Şeyda Burucu Austria Alisa Buchinger Hungary Sandra Metzger
Montenegro Marina Raković
Kumite +68 kg Switzerland Jesica Cargill Italy Greta Vitelli Belgium Laura Pradelli
Hungary Nikola Bartha

Team[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata  Italy
Sara Battaglia
Viviana Bottaro
Michela Pezzetti
 Germany
Jasmine Bleu
Christine Heinrich
Sophie Wachter
 Serbia
Milana Jakšić
Ivana Stepanović
Dunja Žeravić
 Spain
Sonia García
Yaiza Martín
Margarita Morata
Kumite  Croatia
Ana-Marija Bujas Čelan
Ana Lenard
Azra Saleš
Ivona Tubić
 France
Nadège Ait-Ibrahim
Lucie Ignace
Alexandra Recchia
Emily Thouy
 Hungary
Nikola Bartha
Nikolett Juhász
Fruzsina Lassingleitner
Sandra Metzger
  Switzerland
Jessica Cargill
Fanny Clavien
Noémie Kornfeld

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Hungary)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Turkey (TUR)4239
2 France (FRA)4217
3 Spain (ESP)3014
4 Italy (ITA)1438
5  Switzerland (SUI)1034
6 Azerbaijan (AZE)1001
 Croatia (CRO)1001
 Ukraine (UKR)1001
9 Germany (GER)0325
10 Greece (GRE)0123
 Serbia (SRB)0123
12 Austria (AUT)0101
 Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)0101
 Netherlands (NED)0101
15 Hungary (HUN)*0055
16 Belgium (BEL)0011
 England (ENG)0011
 Georgia (GEO)0011
 Latvia (LAT)0011
 Montenegro (MNE)0011
 North Macedonia (MKD)0011
 Portugal (POR)0011
 Russia (RUS)0011
 Slovakia (SVK)0011
 Slovenia (SLO)0011
Totals (25 nations)16163264

References[edit]

  1. ^ "48th European Senior Karate Championships" (PDF). European Karate Federation. 12 May 2013. Retrieved 2 September 2020.
  2. ^ "48th European Karate Seniors Championships". ebilgi.karate.gov.tr. Retrieved 2 September 2020.