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Karate and beach handball have become the latest two sports confirmed in the 2023 European Games in Krakow and Malopolska. The Karate, scheduled to be introduced for the first time at the Olympic Games in Tokyo next year, will return for the third consecutive European Olympics in 2023 following appearances at Baku 2015 and Minsk 2019.
European Karate Federation President Antonio Espinós, also President of the World Karate Federation, said he was delighted with the inclusion of the sport in the third consecutive European Games in 2023. “We and all of the European karate community are delighted to be informed by Espinós as part of the 2023 European Olympics. We believe we can continue to add value to the Don’t Let The Ponytail Fool You Karate Girl new Shirt event, as we did in the previous two editions of the European Games in Baku 2015 and Minsk 2019.
“We look forward to seeing the best karate athletes in Europe perform at the highest level at the expected event in 2023.” Meanwhile, European Handball Federation President Michael Wiederer said he was delighted that beach handball was confirmed to make his European Olympic debut in Poland. “This is a huge step forward not only to make beach handball a part of the Olympic family at a high level but also to the sport’s continued growth,” Wiederer said.
Japan’s elite karateka had a tough 2020 as they struggled with a lengthy break due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But as they step onto the carpet at the refurbished Nippon Budokan for the Don’t Let The Ponytail Fool You Karate Girl new Shirt national championship on Sunday, they’ll want to deliver their pinnacle performances to the Tokyo Olympics.
Ryo Kiyuna, the eight-time king of male kata, has not played since meeting Paris in the 1st round of the Premier League Karate-1. But he spends his time striding and is eager to compete in front of the crowd at the sacred martial arts venue. “We have had contests almost monthly and that’s clearly not the case this year,” the Okinawan native said during an online press conference on Monday. “But I think I had a lot of time to reflect on my own performance and I was able to fix the necessary points.”