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XX World ITKF

Traditional Karate Championship

The XX World Traditional Karate Championship will be held from December 2nd to 8th at the PUCPR Gymnasium in Curitiba-PR Brazil with a set of activities, namely: V Interclubs World Cup, technical and arbitration courses, scientific congresses, meetings of the University of Traditional Karate and the Technical and Administrative Committee, Continental Assemblies and General Assembly.
The registration for the World Championship can be done on December 3rd from 9 am to 8 pm,  on the 4th from 9 am to 4 pm and on the 5th from 9 am to 1 pm at the event secretary. The technical congress will be held on the December 5th at 4pm. All activities will be held on the PUCPR campus.
The World Championship aims to bring together the best athletes, referees and coaches of traditional karate at a global level and enable a high level event to happen. Another objective is technical exchange and integration among people. Traditional karate, as a practice of human development, also aims to develop peace and global harmony.
   

World ITKF

Traditional Karate Interclubs Cup

The Interclubs World Cup will be held from 2nd to 8th December at the PUCPR Gymnasium in Curitiba-PR Brazil along with the set of activities that make up the 20th ITKF World Championship, namely: technical and arbitration courses, scientific congresses, University meetings Traditional Karate Committee and the Technical and Administrative Committee, Continental Assemblies and General Assembly.
The registration for the World Cup can be done on December 3rd from 9am to 8 pm and on 4th from 9 am to 4 pm at the event secretary. The technical congress will be held on December 4th at 6 pm. All activities will be held on the PUCPR campus.
The Interclubs Cup aims to enable the participation, in a world event, of athletes who are not part of the national teams, because in the world championship the number of athletes per country is very limited. Another objective is to increase the participation of children and veteran athletes and also to be able to launch and test new competition modalities and processes in the refereeing system.
The Interclubs Cup is generating a great worldwide expectation as it will allow a direct exchange between traditional karate clubs globally. It will undoubtedly be a majestic event providing a moment of effective integration between peoples, far beyond the borders, races and languages ​​that separate us. Besides ITKF we will also have other invited institutions, no doubt it will be a great party.