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Phoenix Valley of The Sun Karate Tournament
By popular demand, we will organize this tournament similar to our national karate tournament by pre-assigning students into divisions and groups. Each group will have no more than ten competitors and will be assigned to a specific ring at an assigned start time. Once the students report to their assigned ring they will compete in all the events in that particular ring until finished.
This tournament’s registration fee includes a 6 event package!
White, Yellow, & Green Belt package includes (Fastest Fist, Fastest Kick, Strongest Punch, Strongest Kick, Crazy Attack, and Flag Sparring).
Blue & Purple Belt package includes (Fastest Fist, Fastest Kick, Strongest Punch, Strongest Kick, Kata, *Flag Sparring or Sparring)
Orange Belts & Above package includes (Thunder & Lightning, Mushin, Kata, Board Breaking, Sparring, Noodle Battle)
*Note: Blue and Above students can choose between Flag Sparring or Sparring, but can not participate in both.
Currently, we will be limiting spectators to a maximum of two parents per family group.
All registration must be done online. WE will not accept walk-ins on the day of the event.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 6th
To Register: Login to your parent account, then click on Register for Event or click HERE.
We will have an option for “add ons” when registering so you can order the EXCLUSIVE Tournament patch and t-shirt. You will pick these up at the event.
“Students, who attend tournaments, gain a very valuable learning and rewarding experience. Attending a Tournament gives a new insight into the skills taught at class, where students simply cannot gain at regular class attendance alone.”
“The events are fun and easy to understand. Your instructor will show you exactly what to do in class. It’s a great experience you won’t want to miss! All competitors will receive Olympic Style Medals for placements! Everyone goes home a winner!”
Tournament OPEN to ALL Students
Beginners (White belts) - Advanced belts
All competitors must register by November 6th.
Click Here to Register
Sunday, November 14th
WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
2217 W. Glendale Ave., Phoenix AZ
We will be utilizing both the main and secondary gym at Washington High School to spread out our rings, competitors, and spectators.
No food or drink inside the gymnasiums! Closed-topped water bottles will be acceptable. Please help us out to keep the venue clean by using trash cans throughout the venue.
TBA- Schedule will be posted here on Wednesday, November 10th.
We will be starting the day with white belts and will work our way up through black belts.
Competitors will be placed into divisions and assigned to a group. Each group will have no more the ten competitors assigned.
Total tournament time is estimated at approximately 60-90 minutes.
White, Yellow - Morning
Green - Mid Morning
Blue - Purple - Early Afternoon
Orange & Above - Mid-late Afternoon
The Tournament Schedule will be posted here on Wednesday, November 10th.
Registration Fee: $60 - Fee includes the 6-event package.
Spectator Fee: $5 per person age 9 and older. Limited to two spectators per family group.
What to Bring:
Athlete Water Bottle - Water fountains will not be available.
Sparring Gear if participating in a Sparring event is required. STUDENTS MUST WEAR THEIR OWN CHEST GEAR, HEADGEAR, HAND PADS, FOOTPADS, MOUTH GUARD & CUP. Orange belts & above are required to have their own headgear with face protection! Students without proper sparring gear will be disqualified.
No gear is needed for Flag Sparring.
Spectator Rules of Conduct:
To comply with Washington High Schools Covid-19 restrictions, ALL athletes and spectators inside the building will be required to wear a face-covering. Athletes will be allowed to remove their face covering when they enter the ring to compete.
All spectators will need to remain socially distanced while at the event. Spectators are limited to 2 per family.
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