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The Unveiling of the World Karate Team Cup in Pamplona

photo of WKF Karate World Cup Team championship 2024

The World Karate Team Cup in Pamplona is set to inaugurate a new competition format.

The World Karate Team Cup, scheduled to take place at the Navarra Arena in Pamplona from November 22 to 24, will introduce an innovative competition format independent of the Individual World Championship. This prestigious event will feature participation from forty countries, with twenty teams competing in each of the four categories: Female Kata Team, Male Kata Team, Female Kumite Team, and Male Kumite Team.

Poster of WKF Karate World Cup Team championship 2024

Spain, a country well-versed in hosting major karate events, continues to build its reputation with this latest endeavor. Following the successful organization of various European Championships and the Senior World Championship in 2018 in Madrid, the Spanish Karate Federation has demonstrated its capability and enthusiasm for managing large-scale competitions. The federation is known for its active and well-structured approach, supported by a dynamic team committed to delivering exceptional events.

Spain’s national teams are poised to shine, especially in kata, where they rank among the world’s best. The Kumite teams also feature prominent stars such as María Torres, the world champion and current world number one in the over 68-kilogram category. With such talented athletes, Spain aims to make a significant impact in this tournament, showcasing their skills and determination on the global stage.

The World Karate Team Cup in Pamplona promises to be a landmark event, setting a new standard for team competitions in karate and further solidifying Spain’s position as a central hub for international karate events.

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