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NOVÉ PRAVIDLÁ WKF

Svetová federácia karate (WKF) predložila 17. decembra 2008 všetkým národným federáciam sumár oficiálnych zmien v pravidlách súťaženia kata a kumite, ktoré nadobudnú platnosť od 1. januára 2009.

 

  PRAVIDLÁ WKF_KUMITE & KATA 2009_DOPLNENÉ - slovenská verzia

preklad do slovenčiny pripravila RK SZK (Peter Baďura, 10.02.2009)

 

  Summary of Rules Modifications for Implementation January 2009

 

  Competition rules_Version 6 January 2009 eng

 

  EKF Category - CHANGES (súbor obsahuje dva samostatné listy - seniori, juniori) 

               

Na mítingu kaučov v estónskom Talline boli predstavene nové súťažné kategórie, o ktorých rozhodli na Kongrese WKF v Tampere v roku 2006. V súlade s týmito zmenami a ich uvedením v roku 2009, Európsky pohár do 21 rokov sa bude konať súčasne s Majstrovstvami Európy. Priložené dokumenty zahŕňajú všetky dôležité zmeny. Reakcie kaučov boli pozitívne a novo uvedené zmeny by bez problémov mohli byť zavedené do praxe.  

 

Najdôležitejšie zmeny vo váhových kateóriách:

  • V seniorskej kategórii definitívne vyradili kategóriu OPEN, resp. BRH(bez rozdielu hmotnosti) aj v ženách aj v mužoch
  • Finálové zápasy a zápasy o medailu budú trvať v seniorskej kateórii o minútu viac - muži 4 minúty a ženy 3 minúty čistého času
  • Bunkai v kata tímoch bude povinné vo finálovom stretnutí, ale aj v bojoch o bronzovú medailu (seniori & juniori)
  • V rámci juniorských & kadetských ME bude súčasne prebiehať aj "Európsky pohár do 21"
  • "Under 21 European Cup" sa bude týkať kategórie družstiev kumite juniorov a junioriek
  • reprezentanti, ktorí sa raz zúčastnia na MS, alebo ME seniorov už nemôžu participovat na "Under 21 European Cup"

Summary of Rules Modifications for Implementation January 2009

The following is intended as a guide to the main changes and should not be regarded as exhaustive

or as a substitute for a thorough reading of the Rules.

 

Article 2.

Referees must wear an acceptable colour of mid to light grey trousers.

For competitor's hair; ribbons, beads and other decorations are prohibited. A discreet rubber band

or pony tail retainer is permitted.

Cadets will wear the new WKF face mask and body protector.

 

Article 5 Duration of Bout

Duration of the Kumite bout is defined as three minutes for Senior Male Kumite (both teams and

individuals) and four minutes in the Finals and Semi‐finals matches. Senior Female bouts will be two

minutes and three minutes in the Finals and Semi‐finals matches. Cadet and Junior bouts will be two

minutes.

To assist the referee in regard to Category 2 offences the 30 second "Atoshibaraku" warning will be

given at 10 seconds to go.

 

Article 6 Scoring

Scoring is considerably simplified as follows;.

Sanbon is awarded for Jodan kicks and any scoring technique delivered on a thrown or fallen

opponent.

Nihon is awarded for Chudan kicks.

Ippon is awarded for Chudan or Jodan Tsuki. Uchi.

No Jodan contact with hand techniques (including the face mask) for Cadets and Juniors and only a

light touch (skin touch) is allowed for Jodan kicking techniques. Scoring distance is increased up to

10cm from the face, head or neck. (Remains at 5cm for 18 years plus.)

 

Article 7 Criteria for Decision

Encho Sen is abolished and Sai Shiai takes its place. Sai Shiai is a completely new match of one

minute duration. All previous scores and penalties are deleted from the scoreboard. Highest score

wins or decision by Hantei.

 

Article 8 (and Appendix 3) Prohibited Behaviour

The first instance of exaggeration of injury will receive a Keikogu and Ippon to the opponent, more

serious cases can receive Hansoku Chui or Hansoku direct. It is important to understand the

difference between exaggerating the effect of an actual contact or injury and feigning a non‐existent

injury (which should be given Shikkaku).

Dangerous Throws. It is specifically forbidden to grab the opponent below the waist or to pull the

legs from under them. All throwing offences whether resulting in injury or not will be dealt with

under Category 1.

Avoiding combat refers to all situations where a contestant tries to allow the time to run out so that

the opponent has no chance to even the score.

 

Article 10 Injuries and Accidents in Competition

In all cases where the 10 second clock has been started the contestant will be examined by the

doctor. In the case of slight injury or no injury the appropriate penalties will be invoked.

 

Article 12 and Appendix 3

Referees will no longer be allowed to ask the Judges for re‐consideration. When the referee calls

"Yame" the Judges will lower their flags and await the referee's return to his place. The referee will

then signal his reasons for stopping the match and the judges will in turn signal their final opinions.

The referee will then give the majority decision. The Judges flag signal of Mienai will no longer be

used.

The time allowed for attempting a throw or a technique after grabbing or clinching is reduced to two

seconds.

Category 2 offences include standing chest to chest.

 

KATA

Five Judges will be used.

In team competition Bunkai will be performed in both Finals and Semi‐finals.

At Hantei the Chief Judge will have the panel keep the flags raised for at least five seconds.