2018 World Karate Championships

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2018 World Karate Championships
2018 World Karate Championships logo.png
Host citySpain Madrid, Spain
Dates6–11 November
Main venueWiZink Center
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The 2018 World Karate Championships were the 24th edition of the World Karate Championships, and were held in Madrid, Spain from November 6 to November 11, 2018.

Medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual kata
details
Ryo Kiyuna
 Japan
Damián Quintero
 Spain
Ali Sofuoğlu
 Turkey
Mattia Busato
 Italy
Team kata
details
 Japan
Arata Kinjo
Ryo Kiyuna
Takuya Uemura
 Spain
José Carbonell
Sergio Galán
Francisco Salazar
 Iran
Milad Delikhoun
Abolfazl Shahrjerdi
Ali Zand
 Italy
Gianluca Gallo
Alessandro Iodice
Giuseppe Panagia
Kumite −60 kg
details
Angelo Crescenzo
 Italy
Naoto Sago
 Japan
Darkhan Assadilov
 Kazakhstan
Abdessalam Ameknassi
 Morocco
Kumite −67 kg
details
Steven Da Costa
 France
Vinícius Figueira
 Brazil
Camilo Velozo
 Chile
Hamoun Derafshipour
 Iran
Kumite −75 kg
details
Bahman Askari
 Iran
Luigi Busà
 Italy
Ken Nishimura
 Japan
Rafael Aghayev
 Azerbaijan
Kumite −84 kg
details
Ivan Kvesić
 Croatia
Valerii Chobotar
 Ukraine
Zabihollah Poursheib
 Iran
Uğur Aktaş
 Turkey
Kumite +84 kg
details
Jonathan Horne
 Germany
Sajjad Ganjzadeh
 Iran
Babacar Seck
 Spain
Alparslan Yamanoğlu
 Turkey
Team kumite
details
 Iran
Saleh Abazari
Ali Asghar Asiabari
Bahman Askari
Sajjad Ganjzadeh
Saman Heidari
Mehdi Khodabakhshi
Zabihollah Poursheib
 Turkey
Uğur Aktaş
Erman Eltemur
Samed Gök
Rıdvan Kaptan
Ömer Abdurrahim Özer
Burak Uygur
Alparslan Yamanoğlu
 Japan
Daiki Ando
Ryutaro Araga
Hideyoshi Kagawa
Yuta Mori
Ken Nishimura
Yusei Sakiyama
Rikito Shimada
 Italy
Ahmed El Sharaby
Rabia Jendoubi
Nello Maestri
Luca Maresca
Simone Marino
Michele Martina
Andrea Minardi

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual kata
details
Sandra Sánchez
 Spain
Kiyou Shimizu
 Japan
Grace Lau
 Hong Kong
Viviana Bottaro
 Italy
Team kata
details
 Japan
Saori Ishibashi
Mai Mugiyama
Sae Taira
 Spain
Marta García
Lidia Rodríguez
Raquel Roy
 Italy
Sara Battaglia
Terryana D'Onofrio
Michela Pezzetti
 Turkey
Dilara Eltemur
Rabia Küsmüş
Gizem Sofuoğlu
Kumite −50 kg
details
Miho Miyahara
 Japan
Serap Özçelik
 Turkey
Bettina Plank
 Austria
Sara Bahmanyar
 Iran
Kumite −55 kg
details
Dorota Banaszczyk
 Poland
Jana Bitsch
 Germany
Wen Tzu-yun
 Chinese Taipei
Ivet Goranova
 Bulgaria
Kumite −61 kg
details
Jovana Preković
 Serbia
Yin Xiaoyan
 China
Btissam Sadini
 Morocco
Giana Farouk
 Egypt
Kumite −68 kg
details
Irina Zaretska
 Azerbaijan
Viktoria Isaeva
 Russia
Lamya Matoub
 Algeria
Miroslava Kopúňová
 Slovakia
Kumite +68 kg
details
Eleni Chatziliadou
 Greece
Ayumi Uekusa
 Japan
Shymaa Abou-El-Yazed
 Egypt
Hana Antunovic
 Sweden
Team kumite
details
 France
Léa Avazeri
Andréa Brito
Leïla Heurtault
Laura Sivert
 Japan
Natsumi Kawamura
Ayaka Saito
Mayumi Someya
Ayumi Uekusa
 Spain
Cristina Ferrer
Laura Palacio
María Torres
Cristina Vizcaíno
 Egypt
Aisha Abdelrahman
Shymaa Abou-El-Yazed
Feryal Ashraf
Giana Farouk

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Japan44210
2 Iran2147
3 France2002
4 Spain1326
5 Italy1157
6 Germany1102
7 Azerbaijan1012
8 Croatia1001
 Greece1001
 Poland1001
 Serbia1001
12 Turkey0246
13 Brazil0101
 China0101
 Russia0101
 Ukraine0101
17 Egypt0033
18 Morocco0022
19 Algeria0011
 Austria0011
 Bulgaria0011
 Chile0011
 Chinese Taipei0011
 Hong Kong0011
 Kazakhstan0011
 Slovakia0011
 Sweden0011
Totals (27 nations)16163264

Participating nations[edit]

1117 athletes from 140 nations competed.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "24th World Senior Karate Championships – Participation List". World Karate Federation. Retrieved 6 November 2018.
  2. ^ Kosovo competed under the WKF flag
  3. ^ Peru competed under the WKF flag

External links[edit]