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Karate Canada’s Team for the WKF Olympic Qualification Tournament has arrived in Paris, France, and is set to compete in this crucial event. The competition will take place from June 11 to 13, bringing together close to 500 top athletes from 98 different countries. Karate Canada will be represented by 8 athletes, with one in every Olympic division. All applicable COVID-19-related safety protocols and measures are being strictly respected and enforced by Team members. 


This event constitutes the final qualification tournament opportunity for Canadian karateka on the road to the Tokyo 2020 (2021) Summer Olympic Games, as the top 3 of every division will earn their spot to compete in karate’s first-ever Olympics. “This represents the culmination of years and years of dedicated and focused work by these athletes, their coaches, training partners and supporters.” says Executive Director Olivier Pineau. “This entire (extended) Olympic cycle has been building up to this moment; we’re well prepared, and it’s now time to shine.” Karate Canada sincerely wishes the very best of luck to all of its competitors and coaches!


Fans can follow all of the action (starting this Friday at 9 AM Paris time) live on the World Karate Federation’s YouTube Channel. Results should be available in real time on the event’s SportData page (see links below), and Karate Canada will share regular updates via its social media platforms.


Participation of Karate Canada’s delegation in this event has, in large part, been made possible by the Government of Canada.


Relevant Links:

– Full Composition of the Canadian Delegation:


– Info about the WKF Olympic Qualification Tournament:


-WKF Olympic Qualification System:


-WKF YouTube Channel:


-SportData Event Page (Schedule & Results):

-Karate Canada Facebook Page:


-Karate Canada Instagram:


About Karate Canada:


Karate Canada is a not-for-profit corporation constituted under Part II of the Canada Corporations Act, with the objective of describing and incorporating all activities related to the promotion, organization, regulation and popularization of the sport of karate all over Canada, of protecting the physical and emotional health of athletes, and of promoting the interests of karate throughout Canada. Karate Canada and its 11 member Provincial and Territorial Associations normally assemble roughly 16,000 participants nationwide. Furthermore, Karate Canada is a proud member of the Canadian Olympic Committee, the World Karate Federation and the Pan American Karate Federation. See more at


For more information:


Alexandra Roy

Program Manager

Karate Canada

(514) 252-3209