2004 World Karate Championships

The 2004 World Karate Championships are the 17th edition of the World Karate Championships, and were held in Monterrey, Mexico from November 18 to November 21, 2004.

2004 World Karate Championships
Host cityMexico Monterrey, Mexico
Dates18–21 November
Main venueMonterrey Arena
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2008 m. pasaulio tradicinio karate čempionatas, Vilnius

MedalistsEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual kata Luca Valdesi
  Italy
Akio Tamashiro
  Peru
Antonio Díaz
  Venezuela
Toshihide Uchiage
  Canada
Team kata   Italy
Vincenzo Figuccio
Lucio Maurino
Luca Valdesi
  Japan   France
Julien Dupont
Ayoub Neghliz
Jonathan Plagnol
  Mexico
Kumite −60 kg Paul Newby
  England
Hossein Rouhani
  Iran
David Luque
  Spain
Yury Kalashnikov
  Russia
Kumite −65 kg Luis Plumacher
  Venezuela
Ádám Kovács
  Hungary
Lucio Martínez
  Argentina
Alexandre Biamonti
  France
Kumite −70 kg Shinji Nagaki
  Japan
Mensur Cakić
  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sayguidmagomed Shakhrudinov
  Russia
Óscar Vázquez
  Spain
Kumite −75 kg David Santana
  Spain
Konstantinos Papadopoulos
  Greece
Klaudio Farmadín
  Slovakia
Yavuz Karamollaoğlu
  Turkey
Kumite −80 kg Zeynel Çelik
  Turkey
Daniël Sabanovic
  Netherlands
Yann Baillon
  France
John Fonseca
  United States
Kumite +80 kg Alexander Gerunov
  Russia
Leon Walters
  England
Alen Zamlić
  Croatia
Thomas Bjuring
  Denmark
Kumite open Rory Daniels
  England
Seydina Baldé
  France
Stefano Maniscalco
  Italy
Mehran Behnamfar
  Iran
Team kumite   France
Yann Baillon
Seydina Baldé
Olivier Beaudry
Ludovic Cacheux
Franck Chantalou
Guillaume Cossou
Florian Malguy
  Spain
Santiago Bayo
Sergio Cubero
Iván Leal
Francisco Martínez
Óscar Martínez
David Santana
Óscar Vázquez
  Italy
Davide Benetello
Giuseppe Di Domenico
Vincenzo Iarnone
Biagio Laforgia
Salvatore Loria
Stefano Maniscalco
Ciro Massa
  Russia

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual kata Atsuko Wakai
  Japan
Myriam Szkudlarek
  France
Alessandra Caribé
  Brazil
Yohana Sánchez
  Venezuela
Team kata   Japan   France
Jessica Buil
Sabrina Buil
Laëtitia Guesnel
  Brazil
  Spain
Miriam Cogolludo
Ruth Jiménez
Almudena Muñoz
Kumite −53 kg Tomoko Araga
  Japan
Cheili González
  Guatemala
Shannon Nishi
  United States
Kora Knühmann
  Germany
Kumite −60 kg Yadira Lira
  Mexico
Nathalie Leroy
  France
Noelia Fernández
  Spain
Alexandra Kurtz
  Germany
Kumite +60 kg Elisa Au
  United States
Vanesca Nortan
  Netherlands
Zsuzsanna Klima
  Hungary
Laurence Fischer
  France
Kumite open Elisa Au
  United States
Nadine Ziemer
  Germany
Zsuzsanna Klima
  Hungary
Vanesca Nortan
  Netherlands
Team kumite   Turkey
Yıldız Aras
Gülderen Çelik
Vildan Doğan
Meral Ölmez
  Spain
Gloria Casanova
Cristina Feo
Noelia Fernández
Estefanía García
  France
Patricia Chéreau
Laurence Fischer
Nathalie Leroy
Nadia Mécheri
  Germany
Yasmina Benadda
Kora Knühmann
Alexandra Kurtz
Nadine Ziemer

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Mexico)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Japan4105
2  England2103
3  Italy2024
  United States2024
5  Turkey2013
6  France14510
7  Spain1247
8  Russia1034
9  Venezuela1023
10  Mexico*1012
11  Netherlands0213
12  Germany0134
13  Hungary0123
14  Iran0112
15  Bosnia and Herzegovina0101
  Greece0101
  Guatemala0101
  Peru0101
19  Brazil0022
20  Argentina0011
  Canada0011
  Croatia0011
  Denmark0011
  Slovakia0011
Totals (24 nations)17173468

Participating nationsEdit

582 athletes from 79 nations competed.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "17th World Karate Seniors Championships" (PDF). WKF. Retrieved 2 September 2020.

External linksEdit