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Karate Qualification to Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games



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51 minuti fa, AlFHg ha scritto:

Just noticed that in the OQ document the qualification period is from July 2nd 2018 to June 31st 2020 :mumble:

 

it's wrong...

the ranking will be closed on April, 6th 2020

then there will be the world qualification tournament in May (15th-17th) 2020 and some places will be granted also through the Continental Champs of that year (dates TBD in all Continents)...

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WKF is extremely quick in updating the ranking   I made some calculations, this is the list of athletes with realistic chance (even small chance) to qualify directly to the Olympics. I remov

personally I think if they can't have the last OQT in France (or anywhere else) that means the situation is still very bad in May and I don't think we will have the Olympics in July. and if they postp

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19 ore fa, phelps ha scritto:

 

it's wrong...

the ranking will be closed on April, 6th 2020

then there will be the world qualification tournament in May (15th-17th) 2020 and some places will be granted also through the Continental Champs of that year (dates TBD in all Continents)...

I know, but if you check the ending timetable you will see a generic qualification period considered as ending on this strange day :d

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WKF has announced calendar for 2019 season. So up to now, here is the list of ranking events for Tokyo 2020:

 

2018/09/14 - 2018/09/16 Karate Premier League Berlin
2018/09/21 - 2018/09/23 Karate Series A Santiago del Chile
2018/10/12 - 2018/10/14 Karate Premier League Tokyo
2018/11/06 - 2018/11/11 Karate World Champs. Madrid
2018/12/07 - 2018/12/09 Karate Series A Shanghai
2019/01/25 - 2019/01/27 Karate Premier League Paris
2019/02/15 - 2019/02/17 Karate Premier League Dubai
2019/03/01 - 2019/03/03 Karate Series A Salzburg
       
2019/04/19 - 2019/04/21 Karate Premier League Rabat
2019/05/17 - 2019/05/19 Karate Series A Istanbul
2019/06/07 - 2019/06/09 Karate Premier League Shanghai
2019/06/21 - 2019/06/23 Karate Series A Montreal
2019/09/06 - 2019/09/08 Karate Premier League Tokyo
2019/09/20 - 2019/09/22 Karate Series A Santiago del Chile
2019/10/04 - 2019/10/06 Karate Premier League Moscow
2019/11/29 - 2019/12/01 Karate Premier League

Madrid 

 

 

To these events, other should be added referred to 2020, plus in addition continental games

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2 ore fa, bestmen ha scritto:

TOKYO 2020 Standings updated 01/10/2018

 

look at the ranking of female of -55 kg and +61 :clap:
 

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it's still not really updated...we already had Berlin's K1PL and Santiago's K1SA and they didn't add those results yet...:facepalm:

therefore, those rankings are not reliable at all...

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7 minutes ago, phelps said:

 

it's still not really updated...we already had Berlin's K1PL and Santiago's K1SA and they didn't add those results yet...:facepalm:

therefore, those rankings are not reliable at all...

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NOTE: Events included as of 1st October 2018:

  • - AKF Senior Championships, 10-14 July, Amman (Jordan)
  • - UFAK Junior & Senior Championships 2018
  • - Karate1 Premier League - Berlin 2018
  • - Karate1 Series A - Santiago 2018
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5 minuti fa, bestmen ha scritto:

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NOTE: Events included as of 1st October 2018:

  • - AKF Senior Championships, 10-14 July, Amman (Jordan)
  • - UFAK Junior & Senior Championships 2018
  • - Karate1 Premier League - Berlin 2018
  • - Karate1 Series A - Santiago 2018

 

are they crazy? they gave 930 points to the winner of a continental championship and have those who won a K1PL stage at the 20th place or even worse...:facepalm:

to me, there's something strange (and in any case out of this world) in those rankings...

I still think that at the end they should look more close to the actual full world ranking and right now they don't mean anything...:mumble:

we'll see when all continents will have their continental scores and when more global events will be completed...

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vor 11 Minuten schrieb phelps:

 

are they crazy? they gave 930 points to the winner of a continental championship and have those who won a K1PL stage at the 20th place or even worse...:facepalm:

to me, there's something strange (and in any case out of this world) in those rankings...

I still think that at the end they should look more close to the actual full world ranking and right now they don't mean anything...:mumble:

we'll see when all continents will have their continental scores and when more global events will be completed...

I think Berlin and Santiago don't count 100%

 

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1) The Olympic standings are useless now because African and Asian athletes will lose all the points gained in their Continental Championships. Only the last Continental Championship held during the qualification period will count.

 

2) In this document https://wkf.net/pdf/FAQ_Olympics_may2018.pdf there's also the Olympic competition system, similar to the one used at the YOG, with two bronze medals awarded.

 

What will be the competition system applicable in Olympic Games of Tokyo 2020? The system used in the Olympic Games of Tokyo 2020 is a Round Robin system. The elimination round consists of two pools (A and B) of five contestants. All contestants compete against each other within each pool (a total of ten bouts in each pool). The contestants are ranked according to the results achieved in their pool (number of points and scores). A contestant winning a bout will be awarded two points. The contestants will be awarded one point each in case of a tied bout. The top two contestants from each pool qualify to the semifinals. Semifinals and Final: The winner of pool A competes against the second ranked contestant from pool B, and the winner of pool B competes against the second ranked contestant from pool A. The semifinal winners compete for the gold and silver medals. The semifinal losers are both awarded bronze medals.

Will the pools in the Olympic Games of Tokyo 2020 be seeded? Yes, the pools will be seeded as follows: - Pool A → 1 st and 4th positioned athlete as per Olympic Standing of 06.04.2020 - Pool B → 2 nd and 3rd positioned athlete as per Olympic Standing of 06.04.2020

 

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