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7th EUROPEAN UNIVERSITIES KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP
ZABLJAK, MONTENEGRO 2015
Kata individual (female)
Kata individual (male)
Male kumite individual – all categories
Kata team (female)
Kata team (male)
Female kumite individual – all categories
Female kumite team
Male kumite team
Kata individual: 1 competitor per University per sex
Kata team: 3 competitors per team per University per sex
Kumite individual: 1 competitor per University in each category
Men: -60kg, -67kg, -75kg, -84kg, +84kg
Women: -50 kg, -55kg, -61kg, -68kg, +68kg
Men: one team of MINIMUM five (5) and MAXIMUM seven (7) competitors
Women: one tealm of MINIMUM three (3) and MAXIMUM four (4) competitors
Format of the Event
The following competition will be held:
7th European Universities Karate Championship
The Championship will last three days
The NUSA may nominate more than one competitor in the same category. In that case competitors must be from different Universities
For all categories the official WKF rules are applied
WKFand EKF approved equipment have to be used
Referees must have WKF or EKF license
Where the technical regulations of the sport do not prescribe a specific format, the format for an event will be decided by the EC after consideration of the number of teams and the available facilities. Candidates should submit an initial programme indicating the assumed number of teams and format for the event. For budgetary purposes, a bidding federation should suggest a minimum and maximum number of teams as a basis for planning the event.
The EUC consist of three (3) competition days. The General Technical meeting, where the presence of each Head of Delegation is obligatory, will be held one dayprior to the start of the competition.
The delegation will consist of athletes and officals from each Univeristy. A Head of the Delegation must be appointed. In addition, the delegation may, at their own cost, include a referee with at least the highest national license; the relevant license of the National karate Federation must be submitted two (2) months prior to the champioship. Accommodation and food for the referee must be provided by the Championship’s Organizing Committee without charging the participation fee; no refereeing fee is provided.
KAR5 Playing Scheme
The format of the tournament will be deciced by SCAC taking into consideration the number of teams/athletes entered.
KAR6 Draw, Seeding
The draw for the tornament will be done in a presence of a EUSA Representative taking into account EUSA Karate and EKF ranking.
KAR7 Financial obligations
Each team has to pay fees defined in EUC Regulations by the specified date. The deposit must be paid on EUSA request.
All karate Gi (kimono and protections) must be WKF (World Karate Federation) approved.
1. The procedure for General Entries is defined by EUSA EC and is published on EUSA website 6 months before the start of the EUC (See the Quick guide above).
2. The deadlines are as follows:
Quantitative and referee entry:
Individual entry forms and travel plan:
3. Entries for which the deadlines or the procedure are not respected will not be considered.
The entry fee will not be refunded.
4. The general entry shall be submitted via the EUSA online registration system.
5. The nominative entry submitted to the Organizing Committee shall contain a complete list of all members of the delegation. It has to carry the official stamp of the concerned university as well as of the NUSA certifying that all athletes are students of the said University.
6. The individual dossier for each competitor to be presented to the SCAC must be written in English and include:
A passport or national identity card
If a current student: a University student identity card or EUSA Certificate of the Academic Eligibility originating from the appropriate academic authority certifying that the competitor is officially registered for and pursuing a course of study.
If a former student, proof of university and date of graduation
A recent photo
European Universities Karate Championship 2015 will be organized by Student Sports Association of Montenegro and will be held in Zabljak, Montenegro.
Montenegro is certainly one of the most interesting spots in the world. Even though it covers solely around 14.000 km2 and it only has about 670.000 citizens, its contribution to the world cultural heritage is impressive comparing its size. Montenegro is a southern European and a Mediterranean country. It is one of the most southern European states and it comes out on the south part of the Adriatic Sea. About 500km from Rome, 1.500 km from Paris, and Berlin, and about 2.000km west from Moscow, Montenegro lies on the Balkan Peninsula in the very heart of Europe.
There is nowhere else that you can find, in such a small place, so much natural wealth, beauty, mild beaches, clear lakes, fast rivers and gorgeous mountains – like you can in the small country of Montenegro. In the morning you can wake up along the beautiful Adriatic coast, have lunch on the banks of Skadar Lake, and enjoy the evening walks in the Montenegrin mountains. Montenegro is a place that cannot leave you indifferent.
Zabljak is a small town in Northern Montenegro. It has a population of 1,937. Zabljak is the seat of Zabljak Municipality (2003 population: 4,204). The town is in the centre of the Durmitor mountain region and with an attitude of 1,456 metres, it is highest situated town on the Balkans.
The first name of the place was «Varezina voda» possibly because of the strong source of drinkable water nearby, making a settlement possible. Later, the town has renamed «Hanovi» (originally «Anovi») beacuse it was where caravans rested. The modern name dates from 1870, when in single day building of school, churcj and captain’s home began. However, almost all the original buildings were destroyed during the Balkan Wars. At thet gas remained is the old church of Sv. Preobrazenje, built in 1862 as a monument to a Montenegrin victory in the battle against the Turks. After Zabljak became was established as a town, stores and cafes were opened. As such, in the 1880s Zabljak became a market town, leading it to became administrative center of the region.