Total Athletes: 687
Total Coaches: 49
Total Categories: 124
Total Countries: 15
Total Tatami: 3
The 17th European Open Karate Championship was held in Chisinau, Moldova, in 2018, and it was a truly wonderful event. The competition was attended by some of the best karate athletes from all over Europe, who competed with each other in various categories and disciplines. The atmosphere was electrifying, the fans cheered their favorite athletes and showed their support for the sport of karate.
The event included both individual and team competitions, in which athletes competed in karta (forms) and kumite (sparring). There were categories for both men and women, and athletes of all ages and experience levels were invited to participate. The competition was fierce, each athlete sought to show his best results and come out on top.
One of the highlights of the event was the demonstration of traditional karate, which demonstrated the roots and heritage of the martial art. The demonstration was conducted by a group of experienced and talented karate practitioners who conquered the audience with their skill and precision.
The 17th European Open Karate Championship was made possible thanks to the hard work and dedication of the organizers, who made sure that the event went smoothly and that all athletes had honest and enjoyable competitions. In particular, the use of Tournament Expert software helped to streamline the event and make it more efficient. The software allowed the organizers to easily manage registrations, create schedules and track results, which made the competitions smoother and reduced the risk of errors or delays.
The Tameshivari category is one of the most exciting events in the world of karate. This is a test of the karate player’s technique, strength and concentration, as he must smash boards or other objects using various karate punches. At the 17th Open European Karate Championship in Chisinau, the Tameshivari category was one of the most anticipated events for the entire time of the competition.
Participants from all over Europe came to Chisinau to demonstrate their skills in the “Tameshivari” category. The atmosphere in the arena was electrifying as the crowd eagerly awaited the turn of each participant to demonstrate their breakthrough abilities. The boards used in the competition were specially made so that they were harder to break than standard boards, which gave the competition an additional level of difficulty.
The Tournament Expert company was founded by a group of passionate sports enthusiasts, as we were tired of the manual and tedious process of organizing sports tournaments. We saw the need for an efficient and optimized software solution that could help automate many tasks related to tournament management. And at the same time it was available for work to an ordinary user, without deep knowledge in the field of IT.
With extensive experience in the sports industry, we set out to create powerful and user-friendly software that would revolutionize the organization and management of tournaments. After several months of development and testing, Tournament Expert Studio was finally launched and quickly gained popularity among tournament organizers and participants.
The software’s ability to automate tasks such as registration, scheduling and scoring, as well as provide real-time updates and customizable features have made it an instant hit. The intuitive and user-friendly interface of Tournament Expert has also made it accessible to users of all skill levels.
The success of our first event in Moldova, Chisinau, was a testament to the effectiveness of the Tournament Expert software. Thanks to its powerful functions and user-friendly interface, the software has proved to be an invaluable tool for both organizers and participants of tournaments.
Since then, Tournament Expert has continued to grow and expand, providing its software for tournaments and sporting events around the world. Their commitment to providing a reliable and efficient software solution has made them an industry leader and a reliable partner for tournament organizers worldwide.