1996 European Karate Championships


The 1996 European Karate Championships, the 31st edition, was held in Paris, France from May 21 to 23, 1996.[1]

1996 European Karate Championships
LocationFrance Paris, France
DatesMay 18 to 21
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CompetitionEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata   Michaël Milon   Lucio Maurino   Luis-María Sanz
Kumite -60 kg   Damien Dovy   Veysel Bugur   Joel Barst
  Tommy Busk
Kumite -65 kg   Alexandre Biamonti   Bahattin Kandaz   Steve Cunningham
  Vincent Longagna[2]
Kumite -70 kg   Anthony Boelbaai   Claudio della Rocca   Haldun Alagas
  Oscar Vázquez Martins
Kumite -75 kg   Wayne Otto   Gennaro Talarico   Kosta Sariyannis
  William Thomas
Kumite -80 kg   Gilles Cherdieu   David Benetello   Tomas Herrero Barcelo
  Predrag Stojadinov
Kumite + 80 kg   Jarle Sorken   Hans Roovers   Reto Kern
  Serge Tomao
Open Kumite   Christophe Pinna   Sandro Petrillo[3]   Levent Aydemir
  Terry Daly

TeamEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata   France   Italy   Spain
Kumite   France   England   Germany
  Netherlands

Women's competitionEdit

IndividualEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata   Marcela Remiášová   Gema Mendez   Cathérine Bernard
Kumite -53 kg   Sari Laine   Roberta Sodero   M.Hoz
  Nadia Mecheri
Kumite -60 kg   Monique Amghar   M. Gomez   Sonia Pallin
  Julliet Toney
Kumite +60 kg   Janice Francis   Annette Christl   Nurhan Firat
  Roberta Minet
Kumite Open kg   Carmen Garcia   Sari Laine   Yildiz Aras
  Roberta Minet

TeamEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Kata   France   Italy   Germany
Kumite   Italy   Spain   France
  Netherlands

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  France (FRA)90615
2  England (ENG)2136
3  Italy (ITA)17210
4  Spain (ESP)1359
5  Finland (FIN)1102
6  Netherlands (NED)1023
7  Norway (NOR)1001
  Slovakia (SVK)1001
9  Germany (GER)0235
10  Turkey (TUR)0145
11   Switzerland (SUI)0123
12  Belgium (BEL)0101
13  Denmark (DEN)0011
  Scotland (SCO)0011
  Yugoslavia (YUG)0011
Totals (15 nations)17173064

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "DJB-Magazin 7/1973" (PDF) (in German). Archived from the original (PDF) on 13 December 2014. Retrieved 9 December 2014.
  2. ^ "EM/Europacup" (in German). Swiss Karate Federation. Retrieved 4 December 2014.
  3. ^ "Are you surprised?" (PDF) (in German). Swiss Karate Federation. Retrieved 4 December 2014.

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