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30 August - 2 September, Nicosia
30 August - 2 September, Nicosia - Cyprus 2007
XVI Mediterranean Cadet & Junior Karate Championships
MESSAGE DU PRESIDENT DE L’ UFMK / MKFU
Je suis extrêmement heureux de saluer les participants à cette manifestation très
importante qui arrive, désormais, à sa 16 ème édition et qui voit encore une fois la
grande Famille Méditerranéenne du Karaté réunie cet an en terre d’Europe.
La Fédération de Karaté de Chypre et le Comité Organisateur ont accompli un travail énorme et
onéreux qui a requis de la capacité, de l'intelligence et du professionnalisme, il mérite donc une
véritable appréciation, vu qu'il s'agit de l'organisation d'un événement sportif hors du commun qui
voit la présence de tous les Pays du Bassin Méditerranéen. Pour se rendre bien compte de la
complexité de cet événement il suffit de rappeler que quelques unes des Nations les plus fortes du
Monde y participent.
Je suis certain que cet an aussi milliers de sportifs accourront pour admirer les forts
Athlètes de la Méditerranée et pour encourager leur compatriotes.
J'adresse un remerciement particulier à l'ami Président Andreas Vasileiou et à ses Collaborateurs du
Comité Directeur –juste élus et tout de suite appelés à une épreuve si importante-, aux Pouvoirs
Publics et Sportifs, aux Pouvoirs locaux et aux Sponsors, car sans leur soutien moral et l’apport
financier et de services il est pratiquement impossible d’organiser de telles manifestations.
Un souhait amical de séjour serein et joyeux sur cette terre merveilleuse et mes vœux de bon travail
aux Athlètes, Techniciens, Arbitres, Dirigeants, Médecins, Journalistes et à tous ceux qui
participeront à la compétition sous le signe des principes fondamentaux du Sport. Leur présence
contribuera à exalter les valeurs les plus authentiques de la compétition sportive.
Chypre, terre riche d’histoire glorieuse, donnera sûrement une grande image de soi, en accueillant
tous avec ses beautés naturelles, avec la splendeur de son climat et, surtout, avec la chaleur de ses
Gens.
Sans aucun doute, ces XVI Championnats Méditerranéens de Karaté Cadet et Juniors seront une
excellente occasion pour faire, de plus en plus, de nos Pays une Communauté Internationale libre
capable de fraterniser tout en étant convaincue que le fait de travailler pour la croissance sociale,
morale et culturelle des jeunes générations est un signe de grande civilisation et que, c'est
justement du Bassin de la Méditerranée, berceau de la civilisation occidentale, que nous devons
relancer les idéaux élevés de paix, de justice et de solidarité entre les Peuples.
Giuseppe Pellicone
Président de l’UFMK
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THE MKFU PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
I am extremely pleased to welcome the participants of this very important event, now
in its 16 th year, that sees once more the great Mediterranean Karate Family gathered
this year in land of Europe.
Great efforts have been made by the Cyprus Karate Federation and the Organizing Committee, with
the input of considerable skills, intelligence and professionalism. This work deserves our full praise,
since the event is an extraordinary sporting moment in which all Countries in the Mediterranean are
involved. To get some idea of the complexity of this event, one should consider that some of the
World’s strongest Nations are taking part.
I am certain that also this year thousands of sportsmen will hasten for admiring the strong
Mediterranean Athletes and to encourage their compatriots.
Special thanks go to President and Friend Andreas Vasileiou and to the Members of his Executive
Committee -just elected and right called to such an important test-, to Political and Sporting
Authorities, Local Administrations and Sponsors, without whose moral and financial support and
related services it would be impossible to organize such important events.
I wish Athletes, Coaches, Referees, Officials, Physicians, Journalists and everyone else taking part a
happy and serene stay in this delightful part of the world and, inspired by the fundamental values of
Sport, the best of luck with the work ahead of them. Their presence will help to extol the virtues of
sporting competition.
Cyprus, land rich in glorious history, will surely give the best image of itself, welcoming all with its
natural beauties, with the shine of its climate and, above all, with the friendliness of its People.
These XVI Cadet and Juniors Mediterranean Karate Championships will undoubtedly be a great
opportunity to bring our Countries even closer together in a large and free International Community
in a truly fraternal spirit. We believe that working for the social, moral and cultural development of
the younger generations is a sign of great enlightenment and, starting from the Mediterranean, the
cradle of western civilization, we are called upon to promote the ideals of peace, justice and
solidarity among the Peoples of the World.
Giuseppe Pellicone
MKFU President
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Dear Karatekas,
On behalf of the Cyprus Karate Federation I’m looking forward in welcoming you for once more in
Cyprus, this time for the Mediterranean Karate Championships. As you have known, Cyprus has
gain valuable experience in organizing big international events such as the European Karate
Championship in 2001, the World Karate Championship in 2005 and now the Mediterranean Karate
Championship in 2007.
"Encouraged and excited by the success of the previous championships organized in Cyprus, the
Cypriot Karatekas and particularly the Cyprus Karate Federation Directing Committee worked very
hard to ensure that the 16th Mediterranean Karate Championship will be a truly worthy event for all
those involved. All the karatekas of Cyprus join me in our hope that this Championship, a
magnificent event of friendly competition and brilliant performances, will be the best Championship
organized the past years. We are looking forward to make this event as successful and memorable
as possible for all delegations.
Ever since the Mediterranean Karate Championships were established, they have been playing an
important role in promoting karate in the Mediterranean, and for giving karatekas valuable
opportunities to compete on higher level, this higher level is expected to take place in the 16th
Mediterranean Karate Championships in Nicosia, Cyprus.
"It is my sincere hope that the motto of 'Youth, Friendship and Peace", joint with the Olympic spirit
“Citius, Altius, Fortius” meaning “Faster, Higher, Stronger” will be the objective of all the athletes
involved in these championship. Moreover, they will learn from each other, do all they can to fairly
achieve their best performance, and display fully the energy and the passion that karate expresses.
To all of our Mediterranean friends, it is my wish that through this sports event, you will not only
experience superb karate competitions, but also have the opportunity to appreciate in person both
the historical and modern characters of Nicosia, a still divided European city looking forward to its
unification.
I’m sure that this experience will benefit you most and fulfill your spirit with happiness and
motivation to continue practicing the dynamic sport of karate, and promote its ideals to other people
and even greater enlarge our “karatekas” family, so that our hope of introducing karate in the
Olympic program will finally be fulfilled.
Best regards,
Andreas Vasileiou
President
Cyprus Karate Federation
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The very name Cyprus, it has been said, shimmers with an ages-old mystique. Today,
history and hedonism aptly mingle on the island.
Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean and stands at the crossroads of
Europe, Asia and Africa with a tumultuous history. An island republic of great beauty with
sandy beaches, cool cedar forests, scented orange groves and gentle meadows.
A sophisticated country, whose nine-thousand-year legacy is infused East and West culture.
An historic island, where modern travelers retrace the footsteps of figures as diverse as St.
Paul, Alexander the Great and Leonardo da Vinci and at the same time a romantic one:
once Anthony’s gift to Cleopatra and where, according to mythology, the goddess
Aphrodite first emerged from the sea.
History has endowed Cyprus with an incomparably rich heritage, making it a worldrenowned destination for anyone interested in art, history, and culture. Stone Age ruins,
Greek temples, Roman theaters, Venetian structures and Byzantine churches cover the
island. Golden icons, colorful frescoes and archaic statuary are among the artifacts that will
captivate you, taking you back centuries.
Luxurious five-star resorts within walking distance of well-preserved Greek and Roman ruins
offer every amenity the modern traveller has come to expect and more, from knock-out
pools, gardens and beachfronts to state-of-the-art thalassotherapy health spas. One of the
most impressive archaeological sites, the ancient city kingdom of Kourion, overlooks a
magnificent stretch of beaches with a sparkling blue sea beyond. Along the island's sunkissed coastline, from Agia Napa in the east to Pafos in the west, world-class beach resorts
alternate with settings untouched since antiquity.
In Cyprus, one can share a ‘meze’ — a table laden with up to thirty culinary delicacies —
with friendly locals in a charming stone village. Witness artisan crafts made according to
ancient traditions. Wind surf, sail, snorkel and even snow-ski during the winter in
cosmopolitan resorts. Luxuriate in lavish hotels, or while away your time in quaint village
inns. There are truly worlds to discover in this eminently accessible island, where the
service is exemplary and the people are as warm as the Mediterranean sun.
Rich in history yet replete with modern amenities, relaxing and effortless yet full of
surprises, Cyprus is irresistible to everyone as it has been for 9.000 years.
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Facts about Cyprus
Nestled into the eastern Mediterranean Sea and a veritable crossroads of three continents, Cyprus is
the third largest island in the Mediterranean.
Surface Area:
Population:
Language:
Capital:
Climate:
Time Zone:
Electric Current:
9.251 km2
802. 500 (End 2002)
Greek and Turkish are the official languages. English is widely spoken.
Nicosia
Mild; Mediterranean with hot, dry summers and cool winters.
GMT +02:00
240V/50Hz
Passports and Visas
European Union countries members can enter Cyprus with their identity cards or passports
Applications for visa, should be made to Diplomatic Missions of the Republic or, if none, to the
nearest British Consulate.
Please visit the web page of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs / Immigration Office for more information or any
changes
http://www.mfa.gov.cy
Currency
The currency of the Republic is the Cyprus pound - C£ or Euro, which is divided into 100 cents.
Notes and coins currently in circulation are as follows:
Banknotes: C£20, C£10, C£5, C£1.
Coins: 1 cent, 2 cent, 5 cent, 10 cent, 20 cent, 50 cent.
Exchange Rate: 1 EURO = C£ 0,583, 1 USD = C£ 0,423
For up to date exchange rates please go to the website of the Central Bank of Cyprus,
http://www.centralbank.gov.cy/
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Banking
Commercial banks in Cyprus offer a wide range of banking services in Cyprus pounds, as well as in
foreign currencies, and have correspondents in most major cities around the world.
The banking hours for the public are: Monday –Friday, 08:30 – 13:00. Banks are closed at
weekends and on public holidays.
Banks at Larnaka and Pafos International Airports provide exchange bureau services on a 24-hour
basis. Hotels, large shops and restaurants normally accept credit cards and traveller’s cheques.
Banknotes of major foreign currencies are also acceptable. Rates of exchange are published daily in
the local press and are broadcast through the media.
A number of Automatic Exchange Machines operate on a 24hrs basis in central places of all towns
and the main tourist resorts Agia Napa and Paralimni. Most currencies and denominations are
acceptable.
Hotels, large shops, restaurants, etc. usually accept traveller’s cheques and major credit cards.
Rates of exchange are published daily in the local press, and are also broadcast at the 10:00 o’clock
News Bulletins by the CBC (except Sundays) on Second Radio Channel on 91.1FM.
Credit Cards
Visitors in possession of any of the following international credit cards, may contact the appropriate
bank for the withdrawal of cash.
Bank of Cyprus Ltd., Cyprus Popular Bank Ltd., Hellenic Bank, Alpha Bank Limited,
National Bank of Greece, Arab Bank, Commercial Bank of Greece and Universal Bank.
Bank of Cyprus Ltd.
Bank of Cyprus Ltd., Cyprus Popular Bank Ltd., National Bank of Greece, Hellenic
Bank, and Alpha Bank
Bank of Cyprus, Cyprus Popular Bank Ltd.
More than 15.000 shops, restaurants and hotels accept at least one of the above Credit Cards.
Establishments with P.O.S. accept also
Usually the Card symbol is
displayed in the shop window or at the reception.
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Lost Credit Cards
In case someone loses his credit card, he can call JCC Payment Systems Ltd., on +357 22 86 81 00
and at the same time contact his bank either in Cyprus or in his country.
Telecommunications
The Cyprus Telecommunications Authority (CYTA) provides telecommunications in Cyprus. Services
provided include telephony, fax, data transmission (packet switching), mobile telephony (NMT900
and GSM), paging, telex, telegraphy, maritime, TV transmission / reception, private leased circuits,
audio text, video conferencing, ISDN, FR/ATM and Internet.
For telephone inquiries, regarding subscribers in Cyprus dial 11892, whereas for foreign subscribers,
country and trunk codes dial 11894.
Telecard or coin operated public telephones are installed at various central locations in all towns and
villages, as well as at the International Airports. Telecard of £3, £5 and £10 denominations may be
purchased from banks, post offices, and souvenir shops, kiosks and from CYTA’s Customer Service
offices in all towns.
Coin-operated telephones accept coins of 2, 5, 10 and 20 cent denominations. All public card
phones and payphones may be used for national and international calls. Dialling instructions,
international codes and charges are posted in all public telephones
Travellers may use their GSM phones while in Cyprus, provided that a Roaming Agreement has been
signed between CYTA and their service provider. Roaming Agreements have been signed with 169
service providers from 79 countries worldwide.
Updated information regarding the service may be obtained by calling CYTA’s Customer Services
Department at 132.
Customs
NOTIFICATIONS TO TRAVELLERS:
According to Cypriot Law, the Importation, Possession and Use of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic
Substances, is strictly prohibited.
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Business/Shopping Hours
Summer Period
Monday - Friday: 09:00 - 13:30 / 16:00-20:00
Saturday: 09:00 - 15:00
Chemists / Pharmacies
These stay open during shopping hours. Names, addresses and telephone numbers of chemists that
stay open until late at night, on Public Holidays and on Sundays are listed in the daily papers. They
can also be traced through the following automatic telephones: Lefkosia: 90901402, Lemesos:
90901405, Larnaka 90901404, Pafos: 90901406, Ammochostos: 90901403.
Languages
Greek and Turkish are the official languages. English is widely spoken. French and German are also
spoken within the tourism Industry.
Electric Current - Voltage
The supply in Cyprus is 240 volts / 50Hz. Sockets are usually 13 amps, square pin in most buildings.
More than one low current rating appliance may be operated from the same supply point, by using
an adaptor (i.e. radios, electric clocks etc.).
The use of adaptors for operating high current rating appliances is not recommended (i.e. electric
heaters, toasters, irons etc.).
Many hotels provide adaptors upon request from the Reception. Adaptors can be purchased from
electricians, supermarkets, grocery shops, etc., at approximately C£1,50.
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Health & Safety
Medical care-needs in Cyprus are met through:
1. Government General Hospitals
2. Private Clinics/Hospitals
Government General Hospitals and private clinics/hospitals are mostly concentrated in urban areas,
while health centers and dispensaries function in the rural areas, providing a network to meet the
medical needs of the whole population.
All Government General Hospitals as well as some private clinics have Accident and Emergency
Departments for emergency cases.
Medical treatment and assistance is offered free of charge to international tourists in case of health
emergencies at the Accident and Emergency Department of Government Hospitals/Institutions.
Outpatient and in-patient treatment is provided against payment of the prescribed fees.
Information on private doctors on call on weekends / holidays is given by the following telephone
numbers:
Limassol – 90901425
Lefkosia - 90901422
Larnaka - 90901424
Ammochostos - 90901423
Pafos - 90901426
Most hotels make arrangements for Medical services for their guests upon request. The majority of
doctors are English speaking.
In case of emergency, immediate response is given by calling the following telephone numbers,
where English is spoken:
Ambulance: 199, 112
Fire Service: 199, 112
Police: 199, 112
Flag / Anthem
All Delegations must provide their official flag (2) and anthem (cd) during registration.
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Accommodation – Transportation
The reservations for accommodation and transportation will be handled by the Cyprus Karate
Federation. See below for their contact details.
ACCOMMODATION
CLASS SINGLE DOUBLE TRIPLE ADDITIONAL
(STARS) ROOM ROOM ROOM
MEAL
HOTELS
HOLIDAY INN HOTEL
www.holiday-inn.com/nicosiacyprus
EUROPA HOTEL
www.europahotel.com.cy
CASTELLI HOTEL
4
94
120
154
20
3
77
103
128
15
3
82
92
99
20
TRANSPORTATION
1. Transportation from the airport (Larnaca or Pafos) to the hotel (on arrival) and from the hotel to
the airport (on departure) is EURO 30.00 per person both ways.
- Transportation will be organized by taxi, mini bus or bus, depending on the number of
participants on each arrival.
- The transfers will not be private unless so requested, in which case an extra cost will be
advised upon request.
- Depending on the number of persons in each delegation a bus or taxi or other vehicle will
be used.
- The only
international airports in Cyprus are Larnaca and Pafos. Transportation to
the hotels will be only from the above airports.
2. Transportation to the athletic centre will be provided by the organizers free of charge, but only
for the delegations that will reserve their accommodation to the designated hotels through the
Cyprus Karate Federation.
- On your arrival you will receive the timetable of the shuttle bus en route to the athletic
center.
- The timetable of the shuttle bus will be based on the athletic part of the event and
delegations should follow it. No alterations or extra routings will be added.
- It should be noted that the estimated time from the Hotels to the Athletic Center is
approximately 15 minutes.
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NOTES & CLARIFICATIONS
1. The headquarters of the event will be at the Holiday Inn Hotel.
2. All above mentioned prices are in euro.
3. The additional costs for meals are for each meal and covers dinner only, unless prior notice
(at least 24 hours) is given to cover lunch instead. If no notification is given and a meal is not
taken there will be no refund. The meals should be reserved with the accommodation
otherwise those prices will not apply.
4. The allocation of the rooms in each hotel will be on a priority basis, so delegations that have
preference for a particular hotel, should arrange their reservations the soonest.
5. The above mentioned hotels have been booked to serve the Championships.
6. Accommodation reservations should be accompanied with the reservation form attached.
PAYMENTS
1. Delegations are requested to send a precise reservation, specifying the number of rooms with
names. An official invoice will be send.
2. A non-refundable deposit of 25% is obligatory in order to obtain a fully confirmed reservation
and full settlement must be made at the latest by the 10 th August 2007.
3. Delegations are requested to finalize their reservations and payments by the 10th of August.
4. For delegations that have paid and then cancelled prior to the event, 25% of the reservation
cost will be withheld as cancellation fees.
5. Reservation and payment details: please see below.
Cyprus Karate Federation
Contact person :
Michael Kyrou Treasurer & Marinos Nikolaou Ass. Tresurer
Address:
21 Amfipoleos St. B216, 1687 Nicosia Cyprus
Tel:
+357 22449839
Fax:
+357 22449843
E-Mail:
[email protected] - For information & reservations
Website:
www.cypruskarate.org
Reservation form: To enable delegations to enroll we attach a reservation form.
MARFIN POPULAR BANK PUBLIC CO. LTD
1 ONASAGOROU STR. CY-1011 NICOSIA CYPRUS
BRANCH NO: 002
BENEFITIARY: PANGYPRIA ERASITECHNIKI OMOSPONDIA KARATE (Cyprus Karate Fed.)
ACCOUNT NO: 002-21-026398
SWIFT CODE: LIKICY2N
IBAN CY90 0030 0002 0000 0002 2102 6398
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INDOOR SPORT HALL -
ELEFTHERIA
The Eleftheria Indoor Hall is an indoor arena beside Makario Stadium and Lefkotheo Indoor Hall
in Engomi, Nicosia, Cyprus. It is the home venue of the AC Omonia, AC Apoel and Cyprus National
Basketball Team. Currently the arena has a capacity around 6,800 seats and it is the biggest sports
indoor hall in the island. It was built in 1993.
The hall is used mainly for basketball events, although can be used for badminton, gymnastics,
karate, taekwondo, handball, squash, volleyball, judo, table tennis. Sometimes is used for national
celebrations, for the declaration of the new President of Cyprus and also sometimes for musical
concerts.
It hosted several great basketball and other sports competitions and also some cultural
competitions. The most important was Miss Universe 2000. 79 delegates competed for the crown.
The European Saporta Cup final in 1997 between Real Madrid and Verona, where Real Madrid won
the trophy and the FIBA All Star Game in 2005 were held in that arena. It also hosted some Cypriot
basketball finals for Championship and Cup.
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DETAILS DE L’EVENEMENT
Jeudi, 30 août 2007
Enregistrement des Délégations
10.00 – 13.00 heures
15.00 – 18.00 heures
QG Hôtel
Course des Arbitres et Juges et Examens
12.00 – 13.00 heures
QG Hôtel
14.00 – 20.00 heures
UFMK/MKFU XVII Réunion du Comité Directeur
Briefing des Arbitres et Juges (*)
09.00 – 11.00 heures
18.00 – 19.00 heures
QG Hôtel
QG Hôtel
UFMK/MKFU Réunion - Commission Médicale
Réunion des Entraîneurs et Tirage au Sorte
UFMK/MKFU Réunion - Commission Arbitrale
19.00 heures
QG Hôtel
UFMK/MKFU Réunion - Commission Technique
11.00 – 12.00 heures
QG Hôtel
(*) Tous les Arbitres et les Juges qui ne participent pas au Course et veulent arbitrer les Championnats
doivent être présents au Briefing.
Vendredi, 31 août 2007
La pesée pour tous les
catégories
Heures: 08.00 - 10.00
Athletic Center
PROGRAMME DE LA PESEE
HEURES
CATEGORIES DE POIDS HOMMES
(PAS DE CATEGORIE OPEN)
CATEGORIES DE POIDS FEMMES
(PAS DE CATEGORIE OPEN)
08.00 – 08.20
Juniors: +80 & -80
Juniors: +65 & -65
08.20 – 08.40
Juniors: -75 & -70
Juniors: -60 & -55
08.40 – 09.00
Juniors: -65 & -60
Juniors: -50
09.00 – 09.20
Cadets: -55 & -60
Cadets: -45 & -50
09.20 – 09.40
09.40 – 10.00
Cadets: -65 & -70
Cadets: -75 & +75
Cadets: -55 & 60
Cadets : +60
PROGRAMME DES COMPETITIONS
Vendredi, 31 août 2007
09.30
10.30
11.30
12.30
13.30
14.30
15.30
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– 10.30
– 11.30
– 12.30
– 13.30
– 14.30
– 15.30
– 16.30
Eliminatoires
Eliminatoires
Eliminatoires
Eliminatoires
Dîner
Eliminatoires
Eliminatoires
et
et
et
et
Repêchage Junior
Repêchage Junior
Repêchage Junior
Repêchage Junior
Kumite hommes (+80, -80 kg)
Kumite hommes (-75, -70 kg)
Kumite hommes (-65, -60 kg)
Kumite femmes (+65, -65 kg)
et Repêchage Junior Kumite femmes (-60, -55, -50 kg)
et Repêchage Junior Kata individuel hommes & femmes
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Finales
16.30 – 16.50
16.50 – 17.00
17.00 – 17.20
17.20 – 17.30
17.30 – 17.50
17.50 – 18.00
18.00 – 18.20
18.20 – 18.30
18.30 – 18.50
18.50 – 19.00
Finales Junior Kumite hommes (+80, -80, -75 kg)
Remise de Prix
Finales Junior Kumite hommes (-70, -65, -60 kg)
Remise de Prix
Finales Junior Kumite femmes(+65, -65, 60 kg)
Remise de Prix
Finales Junior Kumite femmes (-55, -50 kg)
Remise de Prix
Finales Junior Kata individuel hommes & femmes
Remise de Prix
Samedi, 01 septembre 2007
10.00 – 11.00
11.00 – 12.00
12.00 – 13.00
13.00 – 14.00
14.00 – 15.00
15.00 – 16.00
16.00 – 17.00
17.00 – 18.00
Finales
18.00 – 18.20
18.20 – 18.30
18.30 – 18.50
18.50 – 19.00
19.00 – 19.20
19.20 – 19.30
19.30 – 19.50
19.50 – 20.00
Eliminatoires et Repêchage Cadet Kata individuel hommes & femmes
Eliminatoires et Repêchage Cadet Kumite hommes (-55, -60 kg)
Eliminatoires et Repêchage Cadet Kumite femmes (-45, -50, -55 kg)
Dîner
Eliminatoires et Repêchage Cadet Kumite hommes (-65, -70 kg)
Eliminatoires et Repêchage Cadet Kumite hommes (-75, +75 kg)
Eliminatoires et Repêchage Cadet Kumite femmes (-60, +60 kg)
Cérémonie d’ouverture
Finales Cadet Kata individuel hommes & femmes
Remise de Prix
Finales Cadet Kumite hommes (-55, -60, -65 kg)
Remise de Prix
Finales Cadet Kumite hommes (-70, -75, +75 kg)
Remise de Prix
Finales Cadet Kumite femmes (-45, -50, -55, -60, +60 kg)
Remise de Prix
Dimanche, 02 septembre 2007
09.00 – 11.00
11.00 – 13.00
13.00 – 14.00
Finales
14.00 – 14.50
14.50 – 15.00
15.00 – 15.50
15.50 – 16.00
16.00
20.00
Eliminatoires et Repêchage Junior Kata en Equipe hommes & femmes
Eliminatoires et Repêchage Junior Kumite en Equipe hommes & femmes
Dîner
Finales Junior Kata en Equipe hommes & femmes
Remise de Prix
Finales Junior Kumite en Equipe hommes & femmes
Remise de Prix
Cérémonie de Clôture
Farewell Party
ATTENTION:
KUMITE et KATA:
KUMITE INDIVIDUEL:
KATA INDIVIDUEL:
EN EQUIPES (seulement Juniors):
REGLES D’ARBITRAGE:
SURFACE DE COMPETITION:
LA PESEE :
HOMMES ET FEMMES: CADETS INDIVIDUEL - JUNIORS INDIVIDUEL et EN EQUIPE
UN COMPETITEUR POUR CHAQUE CATEGORIE DE POIDS
UN COMPETITEUR
KUMITE: HOMMES 5+2, FEMMES 3+1 / KATA: HOMMES 3+1, FEMMES 3+1
FMK – (Sont obliga toires les protecteurs cou-de pied)
POURVOIR POUR 2 SURF ACES DE COMPETITION 12x12
POURVOIR POUR 2 BALANCES POUR LE POIDS OFFICIEL ET 1 BALANCE POUR LE POIDS D’EPREUVE
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DETAILS OF EVENT
Thursday, 30 August 2007
Registration of Delegations
10.00 – 13.00 hours
Referees / Judges Course and Examination
Headquarter Hotel
15.00 – 18.00 hours
UFMK/MKFU XVII Directing Committee Meeting
09.00 – 11.00 hours
Headquarter Hotel
UFMK/MKFU Medical Commission Meeting
UFMK/MKFU Refereeing Commission Meeting
UFMK/MKFU Technical Commission Meeting
11.00 – 12.00 hours
Headquarter Hotel
12.00 – 13.00 hours
14.00 – 20.00 hours
Headquarter Hotel
Referee and Judges Briefing (*)
18.00 – 19.00 hours
Headquarter Hotel
Coaches Meeting and Drawing
19.00 hours
Headquarter Hotel
(*) All Referees and Judges who do not attend the Course but who intend to officiate at the Championships
are required to attend the Briefing.
Weigh-in for all categories
Hours: 08.00 - 10.00
Friday, 31 August 2007
Athletic Center
WEIGH-IN PROGRAM
TIME
MALE WEIGHT CATEGORIES
(NO OPEN CATEGORY)
FEMALE WEIGHT CATEGORIES
(NO OPEN CATEGORY)
08.00 – 08.20
Juniors: +80 & -80
Juniors: +65 & -65
08.20 – 08.40
Juniors: -75 & -70
Juniors: -60 & -55
08.40 – 09.00
Juniors: -65 & -60
Juniors: -50
09.00 – 09.20
Cadets: -55 & -60
Cadets: -45 & -50
09.20 – 09.40
09.40 – 10.00
Cadets: -65 & -70
Cadets: -75 & +75
Cadets: -55 & 60
Cadets : +60
COMPETITION PROGRAM
Friday, 31 August 2007
09.30 –
10.30 –
11.30 –
12.30 –
13.30 –
14.30 –
15.30 –
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10.30
11.30
12.30
13.30
14.30
15.30
16.30
Elimination and Repechage Junior Kumite male (+80, -80 kg)
Elimination and Repechage Junior Kumite male (-75, -70 kg)
Elimination and Repechage Junior Kumite male (-65, -60 kg)
Elimination and Repechage Junior Kumite female (+65, -65 kg)
Lunch break
Elimination and Repechage Junior Kumite female (-60, -55, -50 kg)
Elimination and Repechage Junior Kata individual male & female
3
Finals
16.30 –
16.50 –
17.00 –
17.20 –
17.30 –
17.50 –
18.00 –
18.20 –
18.30 –
18.50 –
16.50
17.00
17.20
17.30
17.50
18.00
18.20
18.30
18.50
19.00
Finals Junior Kumite male (+80, -80, -75 kg)
Medal Ceremony
Finals Junior Kumite male (-70, -65, -60 kg)
Medal Ceremony
Finals Junior Kumite female (+65, -65, 60 kg)
Medal Ceremony
Finals Junior Kumite female (-55, -50 kg)
Medal Ceremony
Finals Junior Kata individual male & female
Medal Ceremony
Saturday, 01 September 2007
10.00 –
11.00 –
12.00 –
13.00 –
14.00 –
15.00 –
16.00 –
17.00 –
Finals
18.00 –
18.20 –
18.30 –
18.50 –
19.00 –
19.20 –
19.30 –
19.50 –
11.00
12.00
13.00
14.00
15.00
16.00
17.00
18.00
Elimination and Repechage Cadet Kata individual male & female
Elimination and Repechage Cadet Kumite male (-55, -60 kg)
Elimination and Repechage Cadet Kumite female (-45, -50, -55 kg)
Lunch break
Elimination and Repechage Cadet Kumite male (-65, -70 kg)
Elimination and Repechage Cadet Kumite male (-75, +75 kg)
Elimination and Repechage Cadet Kumite female (-60, +60 kg)
Opening Ceremony
18.20
18.30
18.50
19.00
19.20
19.30
19.50
20.00
Finals Cadet Kata individual male & female
Medal Ceremony
Finals Cadet Kumite male (-55, -60, -65 kg)
Medal Ceremony
Finals Cadet Kumite male (-70, -75, +75 kg)
Medal Ceremony
Finals Cadet Kumite female (-45, -50, -55, -60, +60 kg)
Medal Ceremony
Sunday, 02 September 2007
09.00 –
11.00 –
13.00 –
Finals
14.00 –
14.50 –
15.00 –
15.50 –
16.00
20.00
11.00
13.00
14.00
Elimination and Repechage Junior Kata Team male & female
Elimination and Repechage Junior Kumite Team male & female
Lunch break
14.50
15.00
15.50
16.00
Finals Junior Kata Team male & female
Medal Ceremony
Finals Junior Kumite Team male & female
Medal Ceremony
Closing Ceremony
Farewell Party
ATTENTION:
KUMITE AND KATA:
INDIVIDUAL KUMITE:
INDIVIDUAL KATA:
TEAM S (only Juniors):
REFEERING RULES:
COMPETITION AREA:
WEIGH-IN:
MALE AND FEMALE: CADETS INDIVIDUAL - JUNIORS INDIVIDUAL a nd TEAM
ONE COMPETITOR FOR EACH CATEGORY
ONE COMPETITOR
KUMITE: MALE 5+2, FEMALE 3+1 / KATA: MALE 3+1, FEMALE 3+1
WKF - (Instep/feet protectors are compulsory)
TO PROVIDE FOR 2 COMPETITION AREAS 12x12
TO PROVIDE FOR 2 SCALES FOR OFFICIAL WEIGH-IN AND 1 FOR UNOFFICIAL WEIGH-IN
* * ** *
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